- 01/23/2013, 05:00PM ET
Moondizzle said 01/23, 05:00 PM
I say sports are good. If you want to argue with me, you'll have to take the position that sports are bad.
We will argue in the 2nd and 3rd spaces and list our statement here. So when you accept this you will say "sports are bad" and then wait for me to start argument 2.
Goodell: Fannation Savior said 01/23, 05:45 PM
Sports are bad.....for some people on all different levels. For you to say "Sports are good" without qualifiers is completely wrong
For example, Dodgeball is a sport but it would be BAD if a pregnant women played.
Golf is a great sport, but if you've ever played you can say alot worse things about golf other than the word "BAD"
Alot olympic sports are BAD....Like Curling, figure skating, synchronized swimming, Equestrianism (making horse's jump over bars)
**** shooting is an olympic sport....If a person were to have a melt down while holding thier sidearm or rifle, things would get real bad, real quick
Jumping on a trampoline is a olympic sport, but if Rush Limbaugh or Rex Ryan were to try to enjoy this sport, it would be bad for all involed
Moondizzle said 01/23, 06:16 PM
You argued in your first allotted space, which ignores the rules of this contest. This will probably cost you many votes. I'm sorry you will experience this.
Sports are good. They're always good. Pregnant women should have to play soccer against llamas who have been locked up and tortured with prongs. Survival of the fittest.
Adolescents should be made to run around as we throw magnets at their heads from helicopters. This is a good sport because it's a contest to see how many of them you can hit.
Danger isn't good enough to make a sport bad. Physical limitations aren't enough to make a sport bad. Everyone should jump on a trampoline together as high as they can. This is life.
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