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Pro gaming should be considered a "sport"

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It should I played Team Fortress 2 at a competitive level with a team and it requires alto of hand eye skills and team coordination. First round is acceptance....

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Is black a color?

IntellectualPerson
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I will argue in favor of the resolution that black is indeed not a color.How black is not a color 1) Let us use Newton's prism to break white light into various wavelengths of each color.We can measure red, orange, green, etc. However, we can not measure black. Black can not become any more "black" (As we perceive colors). And if we illuminate an area of darkness, even in the very least, the area will no longer be black. It would be gray.2) Let us use the electromagnetic spectrum....

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American students aren't learning enough because they aren't trying/ don't have the desire to learn.

PeaTearGriffin
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Placing all the blame for American students' low level of knowledge compared to that of students from other countries on teachers and/or the government is silly. Not enough blame is placed on the students themselves. Unless a student has a severe learning disability or extraordinary stressors in their life, it is mostly their fault if they don't succeed in school. I myself did very poorly in high school, coming dangerously close to failing virtually every semester. I eventually did fail and didn...

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Iran had a right to declare war on Iraq

Haxis288
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Iran had the right to invade Iraq the Caus Belili was obvious. Saddam Hussien was a insult to the Ba'ath Party of Iraq and attacked the Shi'ite Majortiy that Iran became the defender of in 1979. Saddam also Funded Wahabi Groups which is Anti-Shia and a embarrassment to Islam. He also petrayed the Arab Socialist Ba'ath party and acted more like a Fascist than a Socialist. He also betrayed the Assad family in Syria banned Ashura and Closed of Imam Hussien and Ali shrines. He was a Sunni running a...

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