First off, I'd like to thank my opponent for accepting my debate.
Now, I will start my argument and establish my side.
What is Vine?
Vine was a six second or under long video app, where people usually shared memes and jokes. Some of the most iconic sounds on the internet can be seen from vines made by users on that platform. It was sort of like TikTok, but shorter, and in my opinion, better.
What Happened to Vine?
Vine was bought out by Twitter and shut down, I believe due to a loss of money, although I'm not entirely sure. Twitter now owns the company, and Vine has all vines on there archived. Since then, nothing else has been done with the franchise.
What Does This Have to do With Elon?
Elon Musk, as we know, has bought Twitter as of Early 2023 on April 4th. He has given many banned accounts back to their users, including many Republicans which makes Elon hated by many. Since Twitter isn't censoring as much "misinformation" as the left calls it, Twitter is now even more political than before. Setting this aside, Elon did mention that he indeed was considering bringing Vine back. There hasn't been any official announcements of when/if he'll actually bring it back, as far as I know of.
Why Vine Should Be Brought Back
Although I sadly never had the chance to make an account on Vine myself, I've seen various reels of vines on Youtube, and I've seen how people miss the nostalgia. I, for one think it should be brought back. It looked like such a happy and wholesome place, nothing like TikTok's toxic platform. It was before TikTok, and I think TikTok was one of the reasons Vine digressed in popularity. I think we're all sick of all the things TikTok has done to our youth. They've taught vandalism, leftist propaganda, and just make people even more stupid then they already are. We need a break from this app, and that break could be Vine.