Beverlee
 
Online:6 Years Ago Name:- Private -
Updated:6 Years Ago Gender:Female
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Ideology:Liberal Education:High School
Party:Not Saying Ethnicity:White
Relationship:In a Relationship Income:Less than $25,000
Interested:in Women Occupation:Hospitality
Looking:Friendship Religion:Daoist
About Me:I been sitten here at home. I been waiten on your call. But when the phone rings, it's just a friend of mine that says "Hey! What's a matter man? We're gonna come round 12 with some Puerto Rican girl that's just dine to meetchoo. We gon' bring a case of wine, have some mess and fool around, you know, like we used to." I say aaa-ahhh-aaaa-aaaha--ahh
Beliefs:We got the right to choose, and there ain't no way we lose it. This is our life, this is our song. We'll fight the powers that be just dont pick our destiny cuz you don't know nothing you dont belong.
Books:Bottles on the floor, the room is spinning round. You ask for more, me? I'm bout to drown. Trying to find the light, searching for the switch. Might as well be addicted, and lying in the ditch. Treacherous roadmaps cross my eyes, the way I feel comes as no surprise. asked you out just to suck you in, but now I'm being sucked on ow! It's a sin! Promise you everything, down on bended knees... but the devil and old Black Jack - put a spell on me.
Movies:"Red 5 standing by..."
Music:Saw them standing there by the record machine, I knew he must have been about 17. Beat was going strong, playing my favorite song. And I could tell it wouldn't be long, he was with me, yeah me. Singing I love rock and roll, so put another dime in the jukebox baby.
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The Case For the Minimum Wage

Beverlee
GarretKadeDupre

The Case For The Minimum WageThis Debate will cover the minimum wage laws in the United States. I will try and make the case in support of the concept of minimum pay requirements, and Garret Kade Dupre will oppose. The Burden of Proof will lie on Con, since he will argue against estalished precedent. The first round is for acceptance, so that we both have the same number of rounds to argue. ...

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Is Santa Claus Real?

Beverlee
devin.cooper64

http://www.debate.org/photos/albums/1/4/3102/95518-3102-cs76f-a.jpgEach year, millions of moms and dads are confronted with the dreaded question: Is there a Santa Claus? Is all this real? Or is it all just pretend? And for generations, parents have used this unique moment of decision as a preperatory course in how they will answer the much more challenging questions that will come later, as puberty, broken hearts and first cars...

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Adolf Hitler's government didn't have only negative sides

Dauletaliyeva
Beverlee

Adolf Hitler left a huge step in the wold history. People get used to consider him only like a despot and murderer who started the most murderous war. It's hard to be tolerant to such actions as holokaust but let's take a look from the other side. While Hitler's ruling the level of education and economics rapidly increased. Germany became one of the strongest and powerful countries on the world arena. Hitler achieved such a success during a few years however it was almost impossible after the te...

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Get Rid of Affirmative Action

Epiphron
Beverlee

(This is my first debate so if I mess up the set-up I apologize in advance) To me Affirmative Action is a hypocritical idea and policy. It supposedly is a program to end discrimination, however all it does it promotes discrimination. Affirmative Action makes race and gender play an role in gaining admittance to a school, or to land a job. I find it unfair that someone who may be smarter and overall better for acceptance to a position would be rejected because of the school or company has to a...

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Is the pen mightier than the sword?

Beverlee
Kumquatodor

What is the best way for an oppressed group to gain meaningful and lasting political goals? Is nonviolent resistance more effective? Or is violent revolt? I want to debate here in order to voice support for nonviolent political actions that eschew armed political actions.This is an important question, as we see nations such as Syria choosing violent uprisings, while nations such s Egypt choose nonviolent resistance in order to create sweeping political change. Which strategy works better? The Un...

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Updated 7 Years Ago
Beverlee
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Tied:0
Won:10
Win Ratio:100.00%
Percentile:98.02%
Elo Ranking:2,874
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Opinion Arguments:22
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Poll Votes:104
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