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The Roast Game: Is Killing An Entire Family Perfectly Justified?

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Started: 12/19/2017 Category: Society
Updated: 7 months ago Status: Debating Period
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The Roast Game is pretty simple
First ask any family member "what is special about a holiday roast?"
The family member would have the tendency to guess assumptively
You say "no" to the family member
Then you ask them "who or what do you think is special?"
The family member says "I believe that children are special"
You respond "So, you eat children for a Christmas roast?"
The family member would freak out at you because he knew that the family ate children and he is surprised that you knew it too.

The whole point of the game is to get your point across, which is the idea that the family eats children as their Christmas roast, and you interview and prove your common knowing and realizing of the idea or tradition that families have.
If they freak out, they already admitted it.

Here is another example.
ASPCA literally ate cats and dogs for 10 years:

The truth is, the estimations of the number of Cats and Dogs in the America are incorrect because if 163,800,000 is the number of all the Cats and Dogs in America, and if you count up only 79% of households, not the pets, the number that the calculator projects is some what less than the number of all the Cats and Dogs in America.

Then the estimations were intended to mislead the public by making a false estimation by plainly not doing the real math, which is by adding up all the Cats in America by all the Dogs in America, and comparing that with estimating "79% of households" but when you take the huge sum of all the Cats and Dogs in America and you take the "79%" by multiplying the sum by 0.79 and you get a different number.

Which means that according to The Roast Game (using the numbers that sum up all Cats and Dogs in America, and multiplying it by 0.79), ASPCA members slaughtered and eaten 129,402,000 Cats and Dogs for 10 years (pretty much ASPCA's entire history). ASPCA's first advertised commercial was in 2007 [2]. They were not really founded in 1866, they made that lie up to convince people to donate money which was their entire goal of slaughtering and eating innocent Cats and Dogs in America.

I did the math, I did not make up a bunch of random numbers, OK?

Here it is:
78,000,000 Dogs [1]
+ 85,800,000 Cats [1]
163,800,000 Cats and Dogs in America
X. 0.79 ("79% of households") [1]
129,402,000 Cats and Dogs that were slaughtered and eaten by ASPCA members for 10 years.


Here is my last example:
The Shamrock Silence, Irishmen have been beheading and eating women for 97 years.

The truth is, Irishmen have been beheading women and eating women for not believing in St. Patrick's Day for 97 years (since 1920). First I find the popularity of Ireland in 2017. [4] Calculating the popularity of men and women separately and one at a time, and compare the population of men and women of Ireland with the calculated population. [5] Which has a difference of 185,696. Then, I find the percentage of the 2017 Ireland population out of the calculated population of Ireland. I find out that the 2017 Ireland population was only 97% of the estimated population I calculated, which was from 2016. So, after finding that out, 3% of Irishwomen were beheaded by Irishmen since 1920, which is 145,939 women being beheaded and eaten each year.

It's called "The Shamrock Silence." Which has an inspirational instrumental theme song. [6]

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Extra Source (Debate that I've proven The Roast Game in):

With all these examples, including the original, prove that killing an entire family is perfectly justified. Families have been slaughtering and eating their own children for 19 years. Children deserves justice for the crimes Families committed. Children should never be slaughtered for not believing in Christmas. Children should never have to believe or accept the concept of Christmas, as I proven that in this debate. [7]

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Posted by BryanMullinsNOCHRISTMAS2 6 months ago
@SupaDudz you didn't even argue. It was clear that you refused to argue, though you accepted the debate.
Posted by SupaDudz 6 months ago
I am not going to cont. Your going to just ridicule my argument and call it false logic and say evidence backs it up when it doesn't. I'm not going to continue
Posted by BryanMullinsNOCHRISTMAS2 7 months ago
@SupaDudz Will you hurry up with your first round please?
You're wasting precious time here.
Posted by SupaDudz 7 months ago
i will still prepping
Posted by BryanMullinsNOCHRISTMAS2 7 months ago
@SupaDudz you might as well just try.
Posted by SupaDudz 7 months ago
I will accept...but it's not going to be pretty.

No hard feelings tho
Posted by BryanMullinsNOCHRISTMAS2 7 months ago
I can't wait for this very serious debate.
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