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Yes His love life must suck
Debate Score:16
Arguments:16
Total Votes:16
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Has Excon had sex that was more violent than January 6th?

Yes

Side Score: 11
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His love life must suck

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Has Excon had sex that was more violent than January 6th?

Hello:

Nahh.. I don't throw fire extinguishers at my partner, and I don't spread shit on her walls. I DO hit 'em with bicycle racks though, and just as she's about to come, I bear spray her.. They LOVE that..

By the way, here's a video of the mob.. Yes, I fuck women just like this. Dude!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIxT2ei9gU&t=129s

excon

Side: His love life must suck
BrontoLite(415) Disputed
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I DO hit 'em with bicycle racks though, and just as she's about to come, I bear spray her

Do you really Con?

Side: Yes
excon(16190) Disputed
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Do you really Con?

Hello again, Bront:

Yes, I do.. You don't???? DUDE!

excon

Side: His love life must suck
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Night 54: Feds fire tear gas as protesters breach federal courthouse:

Protesters reportedly equipped with hammers and crowbars, donned in helmets and gas masks had begun kicking and pounding on plywood covering the exterior of the Portland Police Bureau Central Precinct and the federal courthouse.

Side: Yes
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Around 1:30 a.m.multiple fires were set in the area — including one outside an exit door of the federal courthouse. At 1:45 a.m., federal officers once again rushed against protesters, deploying clouds of tear gas and other munitions in an effort to disperse the crowd. Meanwhile, another fire was lit at Lownsdale Square Park.

Side: Yes
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Just before 1:30 a.m., protesters reportedly set a fire outside one of the exits of the federal courthouse. A large portion of plywood was torn from the building as well.

Police say a fire hydrant was opened by protesters around 1 a.m.

Side: Yes
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Gires were lit around the area as demonstrators continued to spray paint graffiti onto city, state and federal property, according to police.

Police say protesters gathered fences and road barricades and began approaching the federal courthouse, using pieces of the fence as a shield.

Side: Yes
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Protesters reportedly equipped with hammers, crowbars and other pry tools, donned in helmets and gas masks began kicking and pounding on plywood covering the exterior of the federal courthouse. Police say the group breached the west side doors of the Federal Courthouse shortly after 11 p.m.

Side: Yes
JamesBallew(62) Disputed
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Clashes continued for about an hour before federal officers retreated. Fires were lit at the Federal Courthouse and County Courthouse later on, drawing Portland Fire and Rescue to the scene and sparking additional responses from federal police.

Side: Yes
excon(16190) Disputed
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Clashes continued for about an hour before federal officers retreated.

Hello J:

OMG!

SEATTLE, SEATTLE, SEATTLE.. PORTLAND, PORTLAND, PORTLAND.. BENGHAZI, BENGHAZI, BENGHAZI...

Look. None of those - absolutely NONE of those - compares to the attack on the US Capital building.. That you can't differentiate between them, is scary as hell.

Lemme help.. Let's say the radicals TOOK over the federal courthouse, and TOOK over the fire departments in BOTH Seattle, and Portland, the nation was NOT at risk.. I'm gonna SAY that again. The events known as Seattle, Portland and Benghazi, did NOT threaten the existence of the United States.

The attack on the Capital building, did..

excon

Side: His love life must suck