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This side knows who we are voting for, but That side must always state which side "This" side (ex: right side/left side), in which they are referring to, actually is. Therefore, This side must win because That side will be too confused to put up an argument.
If a = b and b = c then a = c. Its basic algebra. or in other words. Since that side = this side and this side = this side, then this side = that side. So no matter what both sides lose and both sides win. Its a never ending royal of arguments that all have the same outcome. Therefore, all your arguments towards both sides are meaningless since this side and this side already won and lost because they are this side.
Based on the statistics, this side is using more advanced language, with an average word length of 4.18 letters, while that side is only 3.95. This side is arguing at an 8th grade level, while that side is arguing at a 6th grade level. And, to top it off, this side has (as of just before this post) a total of 582 words going for it, while that side has a mere 388.
The statistics speak for itself. This side obviously knows what they're talking about, and, thus, should win the debate.
this side will always win because it always every one is voting for this side even if there voting for that side because to them that side would be this side so they would be voting for this side so technically everyone is voting for this side even though i have already said that ...
no, by this side i mean not that side which are the two sides you can argue for in this debate. (;
getting confused arguing for that side are we? well we who are arguing for this side will keep our cool and remain calm and clear headed and let people from that side implode on their own confusion. (;
It's ok though! My AP Calculus teacher breaks math all the time! Watch:
In a limit function you can only have one value for a number, so when you divide by the square root of x to solve for the limit at x approaches some given value, you are not dividing by (+/-)(the square root of x), you are merely dividing by (+ OR -)(the square root of x). (you decided whether it is + or - depending on if you are approaching a positive or negative number with the limit) (;
see that? i broke math, so ha! This Side will surely triumph because we have amazing math-altering skillz! (;
!?!?!?!?!?!?!/!?!/!?!?! my answer to your answer is that you ar wrong, the true answer to the problem he had is actually and indeed positively with out a doubt and entirely surely confident to the infinite that the true answer is <('.'<)
This side, that this post is on, which is called "that side", will win because it is on the right, which means that it is the right side to pick, besides the other side is stupid because they think that they have picked the right side, i the meaning that they picked the right side to win, but in reality, the right side is on the side to the right of them, which means us, so "that side" will surely win because it is the right side, RIGHT??????
This side musn't win, as with an argument as the one I am making is much more ludicrous than any argument ever formed. Making it an argument that is deserving of losing. Making this side win. Opposed to this side.