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Should schools use technology (tablets, laptops,etc.)

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This debate is copied off of another user the pro side put up a very weak argument therefor my opinion was never upheld. On those grounds i am re-opening the debate as i would like to defend my opinion. 1st round: Acceptance 2nd round: Evidence 3rd round: Counter-Evidence (rebuttals) 4th round: Closing Statements 5th round: Citations & Sources Any deviation from these rules will result in automatic forfeit of all points, (Conduct not included) Round one: I await the challenge an...

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Adults are unfair to children

Dishoungh
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I think that adults are being unfair to children. I'm not just saying that because I'm rebellious. I wish I could provide more in depth information, but I have to leave in 4 minutes. They're hypocritical and they don't understand what other children have to go through with them. That's all I can say right now. Bye....

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Foie Gras Shouldn't be Banned

ZMowlcher
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Foie Gras is a legendary French Cuisine; Engorged goose/duck liver, sauteed and served either alone or with filet mignon. It's an ancient practice, dating back to 2500 BC, where Egyptians force fed birds to fatten them. That's the controversy in foie gras today. Gavage is a method were a long metal tube is forced down the water fowl's throat to achieve the desired level of liver engorgement. California banned the production and sale of Foie Gras in 2012. Chicago banned it in 2005 but overturned...

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Is COD a pointless franchise?

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1st - Acceptance 2nd - Position 3rd - Rebuttals 4rd - Closing Arguments. I am looking forward to this debate....

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should students chew gum?

duck_swag1
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we students should be able to chew gum in school because it helps us concentrate....

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