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That reality television should be banned

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iamtherealest123iamtherealest123 (PRO)
Reality Tv shows should be banned because it leaves a huge impact on the people that are in the show. It alters the way others act upon them and the way they act upon themselves it changes what they do and their behavior in the real world. An implication of this dates back to 2013 when Kylie Jenner admitted that she only really had three of four hours of a school day bearing in mind that she was one of the people in the reality tv show 
'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' this show that being a part of a reality tv show does effect what you do in every day life.



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2017-11-21 21:03:33
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I think reality t,v shows shouldn't be banned because you get people watching the series/show, that relate to what is being put on a play...actors are not forced to take play in the entertainment industry...however they are convinced by the fame and fortune.,,
Posted 2017-11-23 22:21:19
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The time to judge ends in 2017-12-11 17:22:01
2017-12-14 01:46:27
Reynold JupudiJudge: Reynold Jupudi
Win awarded to: Mharman
2017-12-11 18:12:46
MeshhJudge: Meshh
Win awarded to: Mharman
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First off, although iamthereleast123 offered a legitimate argument, after Mharman came up with a simple rebuttal, iamthereleast123 began forfeiting rounds until the end of the match. Mharman obviously wins this debat because his opponent only offered one argument that was disproven by Mharman.
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2017-12-14 21:56:30
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