The debate "Is there really only about a dozen active debaters on this app How is this possible" was started by
February 12, 2018, 5:24 pm.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 2 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Slymcfly posted 2 arguments, Najam1 posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
Slymcfly, Najam1, Post_it_note, Against_eu, criscap and 10 visitors agree.
2 visitors disagree.
I disagree. Some people are too afraid to challenge even the so called boogey man, let alone someone they don't know on the internet.
Hey, in my opinion, everyone on here is courageous for being willing to put their opinions out there, ready to be scrutinized and picked apart. That takes a lot of courage to be able to challenge your own views.
There are few people who have your level of courage on this app. You have a bunch of people who would rather fear a mere man with some words on a screen than fearing the God who gets to judge all souls. Then there's also the battle of wittiness in your conversations here. They can't cut it so they cop out.
Haha, I don't think anyone actually feels threatened behind a keyboard and computer monitor. But good points guys. I just figured that considering the fact that this is an app on the app store, and the political climate today is crazier and more divided than it's ever been before in my lifetime, that there would be more people coming to this app to share ideas and discuss things in a civil manner.
Well, if I am powerful enough to stop a massive population of people from making statements and responding with scathing retorts, then why haven't I been awarded status as an Oracle upon the Earth yet?
I do wonder how many people actually believe that I am going to find them and beat them up over what they write on the Internet.
and then there's najam.
There are a couple of reasons. First of all, Facebook has so many people because many of them are secretly paid to be there. Second of all, pornographers and people wanting to post pictures of themselves or their private parts don't like the format here.
Finally, cyberspace is a very large place, and the only advertising lure is a pure debate site with minimal graphics and sound effects, which doesn't appeal to the 20 year old and younger audience.
we have a lot that just watch. I look everyday to see if there is anything for me but most have enough people debating on subjects that another is useless. though I was very active for awhile and I plan to be again