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Zeph
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11/17/2012 8:46:13 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
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In that debate, he posted something from a page...and I cannot read it worth a damn. I can barely read his poor grammar as it is....how can I, I don't know....accurately refute this without sounding like a total douchecanoe.
TheAntidoter
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11/17/2012 10:05:39 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
Try to refute it. He has guaranteed that you get the spelling and grammar point.
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Zaradi
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11/17/2012 11:09:55 PM
Posted: 4 years ago
You got the S/G point, of that there is no doubt. He was stupid to try and post the raw stats on the round instead of just stating what the facts were in grammatical form and C/Ping the links (what he ultimately did).

Just read the evidence off of there (it explains what it's talking about fairly well) and use that to respond to what he's saying.

From what I can riddle out, his arguments were as follows (note, I am simply telling you what he is claiming or asking, and not how to respond to them, so this isn't cheating or outside help):

He asks that when your source said that a bunch of analysts said that if Crosby wasn't hurt he'd have broken a lot of records, he wanted to know when the study was done and what analysts conducted it.

Then he brings up stats about Overchkin's stats while he was playing for the Russian national team, from his time in the NHL and from the KHL as a comparison to Crosby's stats. Whether they are better or poorer I cannot say myself, as I know next to nothing about the sport.

Good luck!
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