A gun does no more damage/harm than a butter knife.
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I understand that folks are against guns and the rights to carry. Let me say, if we're going to ban guns, we can start rethinking many things to get rid of.
As far as I'm concern, there's always going to be a tool used to make harm.
This may not really be controversial but in case there is some one that feels they have a case, present it to refute that topic statement.
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Why don't you ask me anything you don't know the meaning of before accepting the debate?
I don't just offer this for you to do because it sounds nice. That's the whole point of that.
I went using your defintion(more exactly, a lack thereof). To make the case more desirable for you, please define the terms in the description. Every successful debater does that.
What is the real world data? Is it that butter knifes are not used as much as guns so they can't be used to kill anyone? The measure of harm you're using is invalid. This was explained although ignored but explained in the debate. It's just the stone cold truth.
A key weakness to your case was the phrasing of the resolution. This debate is decided on real world data. However, you seemed to want to argue that a butterknife could hypothetically do equal harm so long as the intent is the same. Which is not quite the same thing.
Bullets also contain lead which can poison the body.
Poison + cut is clearly much more harm than just a regular cut.
Richard IV once fought 10,000 Turks, while armed with only a fruit knife.
A report came in for this debate, but I am assuming it was a mis-click.
Mall is, so far, extremely brave, and I say it with no grains of salt. He will literally attempt to refute you no matter how strong yours are.