Should people stop with the constant repetitiveness of debate topics and pick some new and different topics?

Posted by: discomfiting

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9spaceking says2014-04-18T19:37:31.2812356-05:00
No, they shouldn't. I'm only skilled in "School Uniforms Shouldn't be Required" (pro side), and I keep on repeating it. I will keep on using it until I lose. So, no.
DreamSymphony00 says2014-04-19T01:58:49.7534992-05:00
Well they could try, but it's almost impossible for people to know what topics have been used and reused besides the obvious big 8.
discomfiting says2014-04-19T06:35:47.3856218-05:00
@DreamSymphony00, I don't mean like brand new topics, I just mean to stop using the same topic. Like "Is god real?" and "Should bakers be able to refuse service to gay weddings?" Like there was just 3 debates that were all the same thing and it's getting repetitive & annoying. Abortion, gay marriage, god, ect like they're so overused debating is just becoming repetitiveness.
HeavyReader says2014-04-21T09:11:41.5160327-05:00
Major topics polls should be created by one official account owned by the people running the site. It'd cut down on the repetitiveness by a large amount. If there is already a poll regarding a topic the polls later on regarding the same topic if they are the exact same thing should be locked/taken down with a link leading to the poll that has already been up. It would also provide more conversation between everyone because they would be directed to one single poll and not several.

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