Since the burden of proof is on Pro, Pro will make the first argument in this round (the first round is not for acceptance, but for my opponent to present an opening argument). My burden is to falsify, or at the very least, undermine my opponent.
Look at his weekly stupid. He also pretends to be a christian but talks about seaman in kim kardasahns mouth. You sir need to take an IQ test http://iqtest.com/ u'll score so low on it...
Climate change is not an imminent danger to the general wellbeing of this planet. I will be arguing for this resolution.
BoP is shared.
Java: Java is a general purpose object oriented programming language details of which are shown in this lin...
Round 1: Acceptance
Round 2: Presenting Main Arguments
Round 3: Disputing and Defending Main Arguments
Round 4: Conclusions and Responses to Round 3.
As this is a two round debate, I have an odd rule that must be honored, otherwise it results in automatic loss for Con. In Con's first round, they must state their proof as to why they believe that .99999 equals 1. I am sure we both know what that will look like...
Con has the Burden of Proof, as they will be making the po...
I feel that there are legitimate reasons for a us citizen (not military or police) to own a gun. No semantics No trolling Con will argue that there are no legitimate reasons for a us citizen to own a gun....
The subject matter deals with this forum topic:
$8.25 per hour vs. $8.75 million per year
I've now challenged RoyLatham to the debate. I wanted to challenge him to this resolution a couple weeks ago, but my finals schedule prevented me from doing such. We've agreed to all the specifics of the debate.
Resolution: Fox News has had a negative impact on the American electorate, and the way news i...
better for mankind - increasing the well-being
capitalism - an economic system where the means of production are owned privately
communism - an economic system where the means of production are commonly owned.
2. First Round for acceptance, and rule and definition clearification only.
3. No new argument...