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vi_spex
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yomama12
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concrete invisible gates

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yomama12
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 1/5/2016 Category: Religion
Updated: 11 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
Viewed: 187 times Debate No: 84578
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vi_spex

Pro

the limit of fear is the wall i must break through to become unlimited, and so the wall is as strong as the limit i accept..
Debate Round No. 1
yomama12

Con

Invisible concrete gates are impossible. The only way to make something that is there invisible is by making it look like it's surrounding area. And even if you paint it to look like its surroundings, because it is concrete, it would still be easy to see, as it would still have its texture. They have not come up with a way to make anything invisible, YET. But, as of right now, it is impossible to make an invisible concrete gate.
Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by vi_spex 11 months ago
vi_spex
that dark, but surely joyfull and carefree spider bath selfie beats it boss
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Vote Placed by TheKryken 11 months ago
TheKryken
vi_spexyomama12Tied
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro's argument was incomprehensible. Con's was readable - ergo S&G. Scrolling through the religion debates, it is clear that vi_spex is a troll, and has no intention of actually debating anything intelligible. Con responded with an argument of a sort - so conduct to Con.