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I accept your challenge and will represent the argument against dodgeball's allowance in public schools.
The concern it presents now is that this is an aggressive sport that you aren't penalized for trying to "out" the other player. This raises concerns of bullies being able to take out their aggression on a fellow class mates. Various kids ganging up on one other child can cause them to feel like a target in school.
so back to the question do you play doge ball do you know that schools have reports of you and others
Chetork forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by lord_megatron 8 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con argued that bullies use dodgeball to take out their aggression on fellow classmates. Pro argued that schools use soft balls, and if one person is hurt they may not play but at least allow other to play. Con couldn't rebut. Both arguments were short and crisp, but pro managed to rebut as pro argued that those who get hurt may not play,. Con forfeited, so conduct goes to pro. Neither side used sources, and spelling and grammar was fair on both sides.
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