CAM or LILY
All stages have been completed. The voting points distribution and the result are presented below.
With 7 votes and 7 points ahead, the winner is ...
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- Time for argument
- Two days
- Voting system
- Open voting
- Voting period
- One month
- Point system
- Four points
- Rating mode
- Characters per argument
Con said, "I don't know Cam well enough to choose".
Both arguments were not fulfilling their respective BOP. Tied.
Equal forfeiture and no sources.
The only thing is that Pro is more formal in word usage, a desirable attribute. 1 more point for Pro.
Neither of the args given by either side were supported or opposed the res.
Nothing was achieved. .
Neither established that one was better than the other, though Con did present a semi-kritque before giving it up. Neither presented a second argument and thus - I rule them equal... as Pro essentially concedes that both are the same, and Con questions his own resolution. So tie.
Argument - Con makes a couple of statements: "They are HUMAN. Not objects from a menu.". Nowhere did Pro state they were not human, nor suggest they are objects from a menu and probably does not require enlightening to this fact, and so not a very good argument. Secondly, Con makes an admission: "I don't know Cam well enough to choose". Con has just admitted that Con does not know enough about the subject to debate, and therefore this makes Pros opening statement the more reliable of the two. "I think that they are equally good, they are in ap classes so they are smart and they are personable people.". - Pro
Sources - Neither produce sources - Tie
S&G - Pro remains professional regarding grammar, whilst Con decides that but is spelt buttttttttt, though I realise this is deliberate and so will resist awarding a violation - Tie
Conduct - Both forfeit, so one violation each - Tie
Both conceded that the characters are equally good then forfeited all Rounds after Round 1