The debate "MORE=BETTER" was started by
February 17, 2016, 8:32 pm.
4 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 32 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
PsychDave posted 1 argument, Berrybear posted 1 argument, Voidiq posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
4 visitors agree.
PsychDave, llemponen, whymlxxx, confident, barman, Berrybear, RyanWakefield, Nox, William123, Voidiq, alexoliver, xaveragexjoesx and 20 visitors disagree.
Death of innocents.
sell my example, while a joke, would still apply. too much of a good thing can still kill you.
interesting points, what if I made the topic "More good thing=better." like more money= better. more good food=better.
AGREE. like more cancer, or more school shooters or like two dozen Hitlers or more cantaloupe.
How about having MORE spoiled food. would that be better than having a little spoiled food or even better NO spoiled food
do you really need another million dollars??
it always makes me laugh at work when people see the jackpot is higher so they buy more tickets...as If the original jackpot wasn't high enough.
a few weeks ago the lotto jackpot was 53,000,000 pounds and loads of people bought tickets. The following week the jackpot was 5,000,000 pounds and not many people bought tickets.... as of you couldn't survive on 5 million pounds!
lol. that would be a crazy scene.
and I meant crushing me to death.
if you had millions of dollars in 1 dollar bills on top of you, you would die. in that scenario I'd take less over more.
crushing me death?
crushing me death? in that case I'd take less money over more.
would you rather have 2 million or 3 million dollors?
unless it's golf
There are many cases where this is not true.
More arsenic in your food is not better.
More money is better if you are poor, but it suffers from diminishing returns beyond a point. Having enough to buy food is better than starving. Having enough to live comfortably is better than not, but of less importance. Having enough to buy anything you want could be argued to be better or worse. Beyond that point, more money doesn't really seem to provide a benefit.