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This is a debate for the four elements in Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra. I hope you lovely people (or no lovely, i suppose thats up for debate-insert pun-and what others think) enjoy it and if you do feel free to msg me or give more points.Regards, grt333
I faked that I was 7 on this website, well I was actually 12 the whole entire time. You guys were just insensitive enough to still not do much about child suicide. Really cunts? Well, after a couple years, I bet you guys changed from that and all the trolls like Hellno, instig8or, and slapshot has been banned. If not, well, fuck off.
The top 3 online debating options I would like to compare are Debate.org, CreateDebate.com, and an up-and-comer DebateIsland.com. To make the voting process truly democratic I posted the same debate on each of these sites, please vote here, and if you have accounts on the other 2 sites, please vote there as well.Please see our debate on debate.org and vote at http://www.debate.org/debates/Is-CreateDebate-or-DebateIsland-better-than-Debate.org-for-online-debates/1/On debateIsland athttp://www.debateisland.com/discussion/502/is-debateisland-better-than-debate-org-or-createdebate-for-online-debatesDebate.org is by far the oldest and most established online debating community. It offers the most robust formal debating functionality with comprehensive debate profiles and multiple formal rounds of debating, followed by voting. Debate.org is a leader for formal multi-day 1-1 debating in front of an online audience. Some of the debates are highly offensive, and many debates get very little traction taking dates to complete (if you are lucky that it doesn't get abandoned all together).CreateDebate.com is also a well established online debating site. It offers a comprehensive profiling and polling system, and a large community. The quality of discussion is often lacking, and some of the content maybe highly offensive.DebateIsland.com is the newer offering for online debating. It has a fast growing engaged community and an elegant debating and polling experience that is right-sized for casual debating. What also stands out for DebateIsland that it is the most mobile-friendly and seems to be the most civil in its discussions and content. It can benefit from more comprehensive user profiles.Bottom line:I suggest DebateIsland as my favorite. While it lacks some of the formal multi-round features and comprehensive profiles, I feel that its elegance of unified comments/debates/polling just works. The content is moderated and civility of its user base is a refreshing experience.My second favorite is CreateDebate. It still has comprehensive user profiles and sophisticated voting, but doesn't limit you to 1-1 debating. I think it is better than Debate.org for most users who'd like more causal debating, but it is still too clunky and not as good as DebateIsland. I am also concerned about quality of content and vulgar language on that site.In conclusion,I vote that there are better options than debate.org for mainstream debaters.
This excludes any non assessable Pokémon (Gts), this invalidates any item that cant be found normally in each region, and this is dealing with all aspects of each generation (Time, variety of Pokémon (side games count so pmd), story, difficulty, etc., so please try not to put nostalgia)
I've been gone from this site for over a year now and it's time for me to make an epic comeback. During my hiatus I've gained experience debating all over Facebook groups like Death Battle. I've come here to show my newfound skills.So the question is, Flash Vs QuicksilverBoth Are Current Versions In The ComicsLocation: Vegan Butcher shop in France
The contemporary social critic Neil Postman contrasts George Orwell's vision of the future, as expressed in the novel 1984, with that of Aldous Huxley in the novel Brave New World. Orwell fears what we hate will ruin us and important aspects of life will be banned, while Huxley feared that what we love will ruin us and important aspects of life will simply be forgotten. Consider Postman's assertion that Huxley's vision is more relevant today that Orwell's, decide if you would defend, challenge, or qualify this argument.
it's been 20 years for the big-name-game played by millions worldwide. The number of pokemon has increased almost to the point of irrelevancy... or has it? They still make plenty of money from this, after all. Maybe even with 2,000 pokemon, it doesn't change the face that it's just a good game/show/app/etc.