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FlatOutLie 08-13-2014 08:18 PM

Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
So hers how it will work I will give two people a topic/item you have to say why your reasoning makes more sence or more interesting ok

So topic for player number one:
Why veggies are better than meats

Topic for player number two:
Why meats are better than veggies

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FlatOutLie 08-13-2014 09:18 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Wow I posted this yesterday xD

seamonkey 08-13-2014 09:37 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Not to get up in your business but it would make a lot of sense (and this is how most debate works), to have one topic, or resolution that it is somebodies responsibility to prove true, or affirm, and the other persons responsibility to prove false, or negate. Thus the resolution "Resolved: Veggies are better than meats" would work, and be less confusing etc.

REACTOR 08-13-2014 10:44 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
This sounds interesting, I am always up for a debate! Sign me in!

Gigacat 08-14-2014 12:39 AM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Whee, i like debating. sIGN

FlatOutLie 08-14-2014 07:41 AM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by seamonkey (Post 346308)
Not to get up in your business but it would make a lot of sense (and this is how most debate works), to have one topic, or resolution that it is somebodies responsibility to prove true, or affirm, and the other persons responsibility to prove false, or negate. Thus the resolution "Resolved: Veggies are better than meats" would work, and be less confusing etc.

Thanks for the input but I think im gonna do it my way ^.^

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You may now begin the debating
Reactor is player one and can now start his first argument... but remember gigacat this doesnt have to be good for him. sometimes counters are better than the first move

REACTOR 08-14-2014 06:48 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Quote:

So topic for player number one:
Why veggies are better than meats?
Veggies are better than meats because they are more of a renewable food. Lets take two dishes as an example, Stuffed Peppers, and the Salad. Veggies take less time than meat, from a few weeks to a couple of months, and they don't require too many hard to get resources. Some veggies can be eaten straight from the harvest, while with meats, you have to cure or cook them before they can become edible. Another problem with meat providing animals, is that you have to expend more resources, you have to have food to feed them, much more water, more closed shelter, and a much more sturdy fenced area to make sure they don't escape, not to mention how long it will take before they are mature enough for meat. Veggies don't always have to be what most Anglos consider, a vegetarian diet, they can widely vary from different cultures and certainly don't have to be the usual boiled stuff. One last thing is that you don't have to worry so much about Ecoli, salmonella, etc...

Gigacat 08-14-2014 09:50 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by FlatOutLie (Post 346300)
Topic for player number two:
Why meats are better than veggie

(i get the idea i need to address the chair and stuff here but Ill go for the more informal approach and get right into it)

Hello all. Imma convince you that meats are better than veges. Firstly, meat is the best way to solve the humanitarian hunger crisis the world is in today. While vegetables require specific soil pH levels, regular watering and care, which can be a drain on resources, not to mention borderline impossible for some improvised African nations that experience little rainfall, animals are a versatile and hardy type. In africa, for example, the goat is an excellent source of meat. Goats can eat a variety of foods to sustain themselves and are herd animals, meaning they will tend to hang around shepherds and stock managers, eliminating the need for a fence. However, the main reason meat trumps vegetable is that animals have the ability to infinity reproduce with little human input. A herd of goats can sustain a village forever with the proper care, which I have already pointed out, is minimal. The ability for meat to end the starvation crisis is unmatched and cannot be beaten by vegetables.

However, the benefits of meat do not stop here. Meat serves as an excellent source of protein, which support ammino acids which in turn result in a strong immune system. Protein also promotes tissue growth. In addition, meat contains iron, zinc and selenium, vital nutrients for the human body. Vitamins A, B and D are also found in meat.

And who can ignore the wonderful taste of meat. There is a reason people eat less vegetables these days - meat is just so yum. From a medium rare steak to an expertly cooked chicken, meat just tastes so good. Why eat veg when you can eat meat?

However, we cannot end this argument without tyaking a look at our Lord and Savior. Bacon. Bacon > Everything. This is a proven mathematical fact. How can you pretend to justify the rule of lord vegetable when Bacon tastes so good? And Bacon is a meat.

FlatOutLie 08-15-2014 08:04 AM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Hmm they are both good points and both make me hungry
Reactor it is now your turn

Round [1/10] complete
Round [2/10] has been started

REACTOR 10-10-2014 05:10 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Oh sorry, this thread completely flew past me, what am I supposed to do next?

FlatOutLie 10-10-2014 07:48 PM

Re: Welcome to teh debate's thread
 
Start out round 2 by posting your reasoning for what you are fighting for


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