The Chicken Came Before The Egg
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The origin of things come before the things themselves and it is thus that the Chicken came before the Egg because without the chicken, the egg would , and could not have come into being.
Ibbi forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by RoyLatham 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con made the correct argument and provided sources to support it. Con did not rebut the argument. The first round was for acceptance, to which Con agreed but did not follow. The forfeit is also a conduct violation. Con should not have created a debate with acceptance plus one round. A debate implies back-and-forth arguing, so at the minimum there should be two rounds of real debate. However, there is no rule against one, so it's not a conduct violation. Don't do it because it's lame.
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