The Instigator
Rapper221
Pro (for)
Losing
3 Points
The Contender
GoOrDin
Con (against)
Winning
5 Points

should kids be able to rap at school

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GoOrDin
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/28/2016 Category: Music
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Debate Rounds (3)
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Rapper221

Pro

I think kids should be able to rap in school because a lot of kids love to rap and they could become a famous rapper.
GoOrDin

Con

I agree, sort of.

But you are allowed to sing at school and be a poetic genius with lyrical madness expressed through vocal skills.

But you can't advocate drugs, violence, sex and idiocy and radicalism.
You can't promote woman use and abandonment, or agents of social injustice like 3 sums and slutts.
you can't promote hate crimes, or arrogant/insolent propaganda directed at groups or individuals.
you aren't allowed to support the cartel by encouraging drug use.
you can't suggest idiots are smart and expect not to be told to be quite.
you can't make irrational assertions or promote infedility (religious or not).

That would all be criminal insanity, and a case of clinical delusion - not affluenza.
Debate Round No. 1
Rapper221

Pro

Rapper221 forfeited this round.
GoOrDin

Con

damn right
Debate Round No. 2
Rapper221

Pro

Rapper221 forfeited this round.
GoOrDin

Con

I rap how I want,
'cause I rap 'cause I want to,

I dont frap I dont flaunt,
I don't to stand here to haunt you.

I'm a wretch, I'ma demon, I'm a trog, I am Gondu
Spin that backwards and catch yourself before I do.

ps. if u could be a wizard. what would you be?
Portal master. ;)
Debate Round No. 3
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Vote Placed by randomman22 1 year ago
randomman22
Rapper221GoOrDinTied
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Reasons for voting decision: Forfeiture and fire lyrics at the end
Vote Placed by Leugen9001 1 year ago
Leugen9001
Rapper221GoOrDinTied
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Reasons for voting decision: In round 1, Pro argued, without much elaboration, that having students rap isn't harmful since it helps them achieve their dreams if they aspire to become rappers and many students enjoy rapping. Pro therefore had a constructive case; it wasn't a very strong or elaborated one, but it was one nonetheless. Con did nothing to refute Pro' constructive case, and, in fact, argued for the wrong side of the debate; he argued that rapping ought to be allowed in schools with certain restrictions that already apply to other actions done by students. Thus, Pro won the arguments point. However, conduct goes to Con since Pro forfeited all the rounds.