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nonprophet
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5/13/2014 11:35:02 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
As a consequence of people always cheating and telling lies, the integrity of the website suffers.
I love how people complain about my policies of no votes and age restrictions.
The very same people who complain about my policies are the ones who caused them to begin with!
Keep rewarding cheaters with free wins..it won't happen again on my debates.

Here is an example of a debate I should win, because my opponent broke the rules I set up in round 1.

http://www.debate.org...

As you can see, I'm losing this debate and that's the major reason why I don't allow voting anymore.

If I can't win a debate where the rules were broken, then forget the whole idea of voting.

Here's another example of why I don't allow votes anymore:

http://www.debate.org...

I declined the debate on the grounds that I was already debating that exact same thing with the exact same user. So instead of respecting my decline to debate, he just went on "debating" and ignoring my decline.

And the voters gave him a free win for such conduct.

If that's what voters think is fair, there will be no more voting on my debates.
NiqashMotawadi3
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5/13/2014 11:58:19 AM
Posted: 2 years ago
You are completely free to have "no voting" on your debates, and you shouldn't even give a justification. Wrichcriw (http://www.debate.org...) does it and everyone is okay with that. If people are bothering you, please contact Airmax and report them.
NiqashMotawadi3
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5/13/2014 12:00:14 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
That being said, I don't agree with the particulars in your post and your whole attitude, and I personally like people to vote on my debates, but that is a personal preference which we shouldn't be even discussing. You're free to do whatever you want by stating a "no voting" rule.