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I think sometimes it is best to judge. Like for example, i would judge a babysitter before letting him or her babysit.
So it is good to judge to be safe and to keep people safe.
Sometimes these kind of judgements can be based off looks and clothing. And they can be quick judgements. So i believe, it is good to take a step back and come up with legit reasons whether the person you judged are good and/or bad.
So i guess if you judge now and quick, judge later and throughly. :) Or just not care who you judged, go to 7/11, buy a Ben and Jerry's ice cream and endulged it with your children watching the Little Mermaid. :)
Nahhh i don't think you are twisted for posting this debate. You just had form of humor and people have different form of humor. I clicked on this debate not knowing what i would see. I guess i was one of those birds flying past an oncoming car......flying (or clicking in this matter) without the use of my knowledge or surroundings.
To do the four letter arguement. Right your argument such as "I went to the park and found Jesus" and separate any two words with the space bar to like fifty spaces. In other words, separate it to a good amount. If your argument is just one word like "Hi," then separate the letters to a large amount. In this case, the letters would be "H" and "I."
Now to your argument. Yes the three is still in parenthesis but the you can get rid of it. The P in PEMDAS means to do the function the lies within the parenthesis. You did the function which was addition. And that is it...get rid of the parenthesis. So now the question is 6 divided by two times three. In PEMDAS, the multiplication and division is interchangeable (Also the addition and subtraction) but read the math equation from left to right and do the function the comes up first. The division comes first when you read it from left to right. So... 6 divided by 2 times 3 is ....... 3 times 3.
I have to admit, youtube helped me. If you are using (P)(E)(MD)(AS), you have to read the equation from LEFT to RIGHT to know which you have to use first, multiplication or division, after you finished doing parentheses and exponents.
Again, if you don't know which to use first, Mult. or Divis., read from left to right and do what COMES FIRST. giggity.
6 / 2 (1 + 2)
= 6 / 2 (3)
Now read from Left to Right. Six divided by two times three. Therefore, division is first then multiplication.
= 3 x 3
The interesting thing here is that we are to assume to replace the "/" in the debate question to a division sign. Joe hasn't told us that specifically. I see Julius assumed that as well. With the fraction bar, the answer is one.
I am not smart. Probably go ask Julius or see his answer. But...
6 divided by 2 (3) is NOT (6/1) x (1 / 2(3))
6 divided by 2 (3) IS (6/2) x (3/1)
If you try reading, "6 divided by 2 times 3," slowly then you will have a clue why the above statement is the true translation.
REMEMBER: LEFT TO RIGHT. :D
I doubt banning alcohol will get rid of alcohol.
On a relgious side, I believe alcohol is demonic and i don't think humanity should be associated with something like that. However, i am a hypocrite because i am fascinated by demons and spirits. OOOoooOOOoOoOo
Knives kill people but we need it.
Fists kill people but we need our hands.
My face can kill people but i need my face.
I fear that if society agrees to stop alcohol, society will crumble in the begining because alcoholics want their fix. And if people don't have their fix, they get grumpy and violent. But that is just a thought...not a fact.
I believe that moderation is always good. And too much of anything is bad. Don't ban alcohol for those who intakes alcohol with moderation. I will agree to help those who cannot take a moderate intake of alcohol.
In other words...Call Dr. Drew (Celebrity Rehab host)