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Why boys?

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You see, the point of debates is to fight for your opinion. Debating is just the more respectful version of fighting but some fights are pretty entertaining to read on here. Like the one on this side. It's hilarious and there's no purpose to it, but it's entertaining. Fighting is one of the things that keeps this website from being full of boring, dull arguments.

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Great point... except that choosing who to ban is not for you or anyone other than the staff/creator(s) of the website to decide.

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Limited freedoms? More like no freedom. At least as a citizen, shouldn't they be able to exercise their inalienable rights?

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Agreeable, but do you consider prisoners citizens, or slaves?

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All these little statistics saying that the population is declining is baloney. Everywhere I turn, people are pushing through each other, squeezing to get out of the way. Have you heard of traffic? Yeah... that's kinda what happens when too many people exist.

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Sterilization is a bit too harsh and forceful and there has been too much controversy over it (especially in the past). I think putting a fee on 3rd children would be an acceptable solution? (Didn't mean to dispute, sorry)

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Do you believe people can change? Do you think that it is simply just an American who made a mistake, and doesn't deserve to be stripped of their inalienable rights? Also, 39% of prisoners are wrongly convicted and shouldn't even be in prison. Isn't it bad enough that they are already locked up and also aren't aloud to vote?

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I'm assuming a 2-child policy would be fair enough. Currently, the average number of children per family is about 3-4.

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I was actually thinking about this yesterday, but overpopulation is a huge problem and it's not being recognized as much as it should be. If you remember taking biology, thereś something called carrying capacity. Right now, humans are at an exponential growth with no limitations. Eventually we will reach the carrying capacity, like a shortage of food, or space, or change in environment (global warming), that will end up with a mass number of deaths. The problem is that America wants everyone to be happy and free to do anything they want. China, however, is on the right track.

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Eh... itś mainly older people using facebook nowadays :/

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If you're that desperate for points, why don't you help yourself out and create a real debate? Plus I'm not going to waste my time and copy and paste useless facts for a useless subject. :)

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Because calling and texting are bigger sources of communications. Communicating and posting on Facebook is optional and it's not used as much as texting and calling.

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Let's be honest, Facebook just wants to look like a safe/healthy community so that their reviews can go up. On the other hand, it's kind of the person's fault for posting something personal and then claiming invasion of privacy. If they don't want their privacy to be invaded, then don't post anything in the first place?

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The point deductions for the "Yes" side suggest that there is jealousy going around :0

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If Billy enters his name into a website, I think he's going to live to see another day. If he inputs his social number, well thats a whole different story. :)

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LOL

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Then again, nobody here has the right to tell a girl what to do so there's no point in posting your arguments.

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This is honestly too stupid to debate.

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I didn't look at the "exhibits" because I'm too lazy, but honestly comedy has always been like this. Comedians think that making fun of people is funny. Somehow their retarded brains aren't able to think of a joke that's not disrespectful and controversial. People aren't overly sensitive, it's the comedians that are being bullies.

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Is overpopulation a good idea?



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