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@the_peoples_champ Congrats for advancing to the next round!@jcosta5 Welcome back, great job :-) If you are up for more, we just opened registration for November's tournament:https://www.qallout.com/tournament
@jcosta5, and again thank you for this debate. Any debate that doesn't involve screaming or arguing is a very good debate. I hope you don't think it was to boring of a debate. Once again good luck, but not enough luck to actually beat me.
@the_peoples_champ I really enjoyed this debate. I agree that any debate that doesn't involve screaming or arguing is a good debate. I wish you luck as well for the tournament.
I would like to actually see this debate about what the definition of Dark is. Because it's obvious the two of you have a different idea of dark. I would also like to point out that that the past was much worse then today's modern society. Comparing a book to a movie and using the movie rating system is not exactly intellectually honest since there is a difference then reading someone was bleeding for example and then actually seeing on the screen. As to answer the question about a 5 year old learning about sex for example might be shocking for people in the USA but EU and especially non first world nations deal with these issues far more then even having the possibility to go to school.
@tolgaveske two of my kids attended school in the EU when they were 5 and No they did not learn about sex at 5. But thank you for your feedback.
@the_peoples_champ It really depends on where in the EU. The Netherlands start sex ed to kindergartners so you are both right. They might not teach it that young where your kid went but @tolgaveske isn't wrong either. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/06/22/in-the-netherlands-sex-education-starts-in-kindergarten-heres-what-they-tell-them-why/