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That we should auction off the long term right to govern bankrupt cities for profit

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WINNER!
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RomaniiRomanii (CON)
that round wasn't for acceptance..... oh well. 
please post your argument next round.

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2015-04-18 19:52:05
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Romanii: omg not this again
Romanii: just concede -_-
Romanii: type it like this "I concede the debate"
Romanii: or put forth real arguments. your choice... although i think it's a bit too late to have an actual debate at this point.
2001bhu: You concede
2001bhu: Any ways I probably will if you promise that no no will vote.

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ButterCatxButterCatx
This was the most interesting debate that I have ever read.
Posted 2015-04-25 01:03:52
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Previous Judgments

2015-04-25 02:11:19
adminJudge: admin    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
There are no ties on edeb8, and honestly, neither side put forward any arguments worth counting. Thus pro failed to meet their inherent burden of proof, thus con wins.

Feedback:
Make arguments.
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2015-04-25 02:48:42
RXR.Judge: RXR.
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
Disappointing debate. Neither side won. But bof goes to Romanii. Seriously if you don't know how to debate don't debate at all.
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2015-04-26 19:53:50
nzlockieJudge: nzlockie    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
As explained above. CON wins by default and because of the concession.


Feedback:
For future reference, to stop a debate early, simply don't post in a round. If a round is submitted with no arguments from either side, the site will stop the debate early.

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2015-04-27 13:04:40
ButterCatxJudge: ButterCatx    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
Concession
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2015-04-27 22:15:54
BlackflagJudge: Blackflag    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: 2001bhu

Feedback:
You can stop a debate early by having two consecutive forfeits
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2015-05-10 09:25:03
TejreticsJudge: Tejretics
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
Unfortunately, the proposition was put in a position where he could not make any adequate arguments, and, thus, surrendered in the cross-examination round. Thus, this goes to Con due to concession.

Feedback:
I suggest that neither side concede and they must make proper arguments, as Edeb8 does not have ties. Secondly, the first round is rarely for acceptance, and the proposition makes the initial arguments.
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2015-05-11 16:11:06
HelloJudge: Hello
Win awarded to: Romanii
2015-05-12 16:54:00
VoiceJudge: Voice
Win awarded to: Romanii
Reasoning:
Concession of the debate by Pro. I have no idea why he even accepted the debate anyway if he wasn't going to provide arguments and just concede. I don't really think Pro knew what he was doing, let alone how to effectively debate a serious topic. Please, both of you, next time, please present arguments. The win ultimately goes to Con as Pro had the Burden of Proof, and it remained unfulfilled. Since Edeb8 has no ties, and Pro had failed to fulfill his BoP, the win goes to Con.

Feedback:
Like I said above, next time, instead of conceding, post and argument, or just double-forfeit.
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2015-05-20 17:33:38
lannan13Judge: lannan13    TOP JUDGE
Win awarded to: Romanii

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