Now that we have the Internet, problems that used to be insurmountable can be solved very easily.
Debates and discussions can be rallied by opposing sides and be put to a vote.
You have to see it to believe it!
Fred and Vincent have had it on restaurant choices.
What to do?
I was traveling about the BlogHerdom, when I noticed a post that said the oddest thing. Something about going to a website and clicking to register an opinion. It was BlogHer's own MoodSwings posting on An Ongoing Debate...Very Emotional Issue about discussions for and against abortion. We could argue point and counterpoint about that for hours, but the thing that fascinated me, was BlogHer author BethNewYork's inclusion of a link to web site, UFeud.
UFeud, I thought. What's that?
Well, the answer was a quick click away. The Ufeud website proclaims with smiley faces, "I Have Issues," then it presents "All Things Debatable from Across the Web and Beyond." I was amazed at the possibilities. I had to go and read and read and go to another issue, then another and another. I was full of issues and all sides of the debates about them. I couldn't stop! I was entranced at how many issues there are and how many people to take up all sides and all corners of sides.
It was remarkable, but soon, wading through pages and pages of "Thumbs Up Smileys" and "Thumbs Down Smileys," my mind began to wander. Why, there are issues everywhere. We don't have to stick to the big ones like women's rights on abortion and same sex marriage, lets spread this out to mediate all sorts of things that come up in everyday life.
Cat fights are no problem for UFeud.
Lets say, arguments between kids. Mary has the pink bunny and Josh the brown horse. That would be fine and each child could go on the rug and play all afternoon, except that Mary wants the brown horse and Josh wants the pink bunny. Neither one will give up the one they have. What to do? Oh! What to do? Easy, the operative parent quickly runs to UFeud, uploads the vitals and lets the Internet decide who should get what.
How about on date night? Fred wants Chinese; Vincent says he's had enough, needs his probiotics and wants to go out for sauerkraut and beer. What to do? Oh What to do? No problemo! Run hand in hand to UFeud, upload the menus and, let's hear it, BlogHer, "Let The Internet Decide!"
But, that's only the beginning of this argument forum. When going to UFeud, one must choose their level of participation. Are you into Mass Debates? Group Feuds? Or MyFeud? Just follow the tabs across the top. One must decide their fight status. Are you there to support a fight or start a fight? Be a fair weather friend and click on the winning side? Only to come back later when that side is losing to support their opposition? Oh! UFeud is a glorious cacophony of brains gnashing together, pounding as one. If oppositions can't be decided in this forum by winning and losing sides, then they are just not meant to be settled.
The neatest thing of all is that you can start a debate, tone the opposing questions to your topic of discussion and add a mediation window to your BlogHer Post like MoodSwings did at the end of her post. TOO COOL!
Why, there's nothing more fun than UFeud!
Except maybe making up....
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