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7th Feb '16 12:42:16 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* Within keyboard communities, particularly those for mechanical keyboards: Full keyboard, or no numpad/tenkey? Those who like a tenkey as part of the keyboard feel that having those 17 extra keys is vital for many functions, such as data entry. Those who don't cite the increased space for the mouse and the better portability as arguments against having a tenkey, with the rebuttal that one can just buy a separate tenkey if they need one that much.
25th Jan '16 9:50:02 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** A huge one exists over rumors that the iPhone 7 won't have the 3.5-mm audio jack. Some users are angry enough about it that they intend to [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere bail out of Apple's ecosystem]], others think that detractors are overreacting and that the problem can be easily solved with a 3.5mm-to-Lightning adapter (which itself has the rebuttal that it prevents listening to audio and charging at the same time).
14th Jan '16 10:51:47 PM Pichu-kun
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* The ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' toys have a completely different set of issues from the cartoon adaptations. G2 gets the most hate, due to the fact the toys look ''[[YouDontLookLikeYou nothing]]'' like any other MLP toy-line before or since. G4 gets a small amount of hate too, both from fans of ''My Little Pony'' toys and the typical fan of the source cartoon, due to ShowAccuracyToyAccuracy. Although a lot of hate of the G4 toys is because [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses Princess Celestia]] is pink (which was resolved when Cadance was introduced at the end of Season 2.) ----
10th Jan '16 11:01:50 AM nombretomado
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* While many shows on Nickelodeon are prone to this, the network ''itself'' has been prone to this for ''years''. 1) When it started to [[SeasonalRot "decline"]], which is usually chosen as 1986, 1990, 1997, 2000, 2005, 2006, and 2009. 2) When it started to get [[GrowingTheBeard "good"]], which many people say is in 1985 when Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman saved the network, 1991 when the Nicktoons debuted, 1999 when SpongeBobSquarePants debuted, or many different years. 3) When it started to get [[WinBACKTheCrowd "better"]], which is often divided by many people with real no specific time. Lastly, 4) if the network is still "good", or keeps getting "worse and worse".
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* While many shows on Nickelodeon are prone to this, the network ''itself'' has been prone to this for ''years''. 1) When it started to [[SeasonalRot "decline"]], which is usually chosen as 1986, 1990, 1997, 2000, 2005, 2006, and 2009. 2) When it started to get [[GrowingTheBeard "good"]], which many people say is in 1985 when Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman saved the network, 1991 when the Nicktoons debuted, 1999 when SpongeBobSquarePants ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' debuted, or many different years. 3) When it started to get [[WinBACKTheCrowd "better"]], which is often divided by many people with real no specific time. Lastly, 4) if the network is still "good", or keeps getting "worse and worse".
6th Jan '16 10:17:57 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** iOS 7 and 8 vs. earlier versions. There are those who won't upgrade from iOS 6 or earlier, primarily because of the visual style of later versions, while others either enjoy the aesthetic or feel that it's too small of an issue to be concerned about.
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** iOS 7 and 8 up vs. earlier versions. There are those who won't upgrade from iOS 6 or earlier, primarily because of the visual style of later versions, while others either enjoy the aesthetic or feel that it's too small of an issue to be concerned about.
25th Nov '15 2:09:20 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Virtually every American president ever has had one. Either they're doing their job well enough or they're plain old incompetent, if not outright evil, and ''must'' be impeached for the greater good of mankind. Politics is like that sometimes. ([[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement Specific presidents have been left unmentioned to prevent flame wars.]])
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* Virtually every American president ever has had one. Either they're doing their job well enough or they're plain old incompetent, if not outright evil, and ''must'' be impeached for the greater good of mankind. Even the most revered and celebrated presidents nowadays had a lot of people passionately opposed to them and everything they did and were simply VindicatedByHistory in coming decades or centuries. Politics is like that sometimes. ([[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement Specific presidents have been left unmentioned to prevent flame wars.]])
6th Oct '15 2:42:07 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Whether light skinned people can darken their skin for cosplay is ''very'' controversial.
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** Whether light skinned people can darken their skin for cosplay is ''very'' controversial.controversial; some see it as simply trying to replicate a character, others feel that it's too evocative of {{Blackface}} for comfort.
2nd Oct '15 12:39:33 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The usage of ad-blocking tools. Some decry them as cheating websites out of their primary sources of paying for hosting costs, and view people wanting their sites to be free and without ads to be spoiled brats. Others argue that ads disrupt their browsing experience and would like to, at the least, be spared of ads that are disruptive such as interstitial ads and the classic "pop-up" ad.
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* The usage of ad-blocking tools. Some decry them as cheating websites out of their primary sources of paying for hosting costs, and view people wanting their sites to be free and without ads to be as spoiled brats. Others argue that ads disrupt their browsing experience and would like to, at the least, be spared of ads that are disruptive such as interstitial ads and the classic "pop-up" ad.
2nd Oct '15 12:38:56 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The usage of ad-blocking tools. Some decry them as cheating websites out of their primary sources of paying for hosting costs, and view people wanting their sites to be free and without ads to be spoiled brats. Others argue that ads disrupt their browsing experience and would like to, at the least, be spared of ads that are disruptive such as interstitial ads and the classic "pop-up" ad.
14th Sep '15 3:20:41 PM Pichu-kun
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* Pretty much anything and everything about animal welfare and animal rearing is up in the air. Many things are outright FlameBait. ** Physically altering your pets. Declawing, debarking, cropping ears, docking tails, etc. Understandable or horrible abuse? ** 'Designer dogs' such as "Labradoodles" or "Yorkie Poos". Are they okay to breed or not? Themes of dog overpopulation, backyard breeders, and puppy mills come into play. Do any of them have potential as genuine breeds? Are their nicknames cute or should they be treated like normal mutts? ** Whether it's humane to feed your snakes live prey. It can be very dangerous to your pet and some have moral dilemmas about putting the prey in a situation where escape is literally impossible (unless they kill the snake, which does occur). ** The best diet for any species of pet. The best brands, vegetarian cats or dogs, and whether you should make your own food. ** Dog breeds in general. Other species like cats, fish, and horses have similar debates but dogs are by far the most discussed. With documentaries like "Pedigree Dogs Exposed" many have come to question many breeds. Pugs, Border Collies, Basset Hounds, Bull Terriers, and German Shepherds are some of the most commonly debated. Working bred dogs vs Show dogs, whether dog breeds are an outdated and irrelevant concept, how to fix breeds faults, whether certain breeds should become extinct, whether certain breeds are dangerous, etc ** Dog leashes. Should you use a harness, let them walk freely, or use their collar? ** The topic of 'outside cats' within the cat community. On the opposing side it's considered abusive, neglectful, bad for the environment, and dangerous for the pets. On the other side people think it's neglectful to keep your cats indoors 24/7. How to 'deal' with outside cats and feral cats is even more touchy. Whether neutering and releasing does any good, and whether feral cats are pests who should be killed, are hot topics. ** Which exotic pets are okay to own differs from person to person ** How to treat livestock. * Vegetarians and the different variations. ** Veganism vs Vegetarianism is the most common debate. Vegetarians eat eggs and dairy products while vegans do not. The animal welfare aspects of eggs and milk are commonly debated, as are how healthy or dangerous being vegan is. ** Raw veganism is notoriously controversial. Some jump up and down praising it while others find it unhealthy. ** People who are vegetarian for health vs those who are vegetarian for animal welfare or animal rights. ** Is being vegan a "lifestyle" or is it simply food related? Whether vegans can wear leather, visit zoos, and the like is a touchy topic. ** Asking whether it's safe to raise a child vegetarian or especially vegan is asking for trouble. What age it's okay to be vegetarian also depends. Some parents, especially non-veg ones, say they wouldn't let their kids be vegetarian until they're eighteen while others are okay with having a vegetarian teen. Whether elementary or junior high schooler should be allowed to become vegetarian is more debatable though.
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