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Well, I have had multiple ideas, but most of them have been shot down because of one statement. "It would cause too much competition." I think that it's not right to have no competition, because competition means goals, and without goals, what do we have? Just a place to talk about webkinz, which can get very boring. I noticed that I stopped playing webkinz as frequently when they took away the high scores, aka, competition. I understand that I'm very competitive, but I think my personal feelings aren't conflicting with my idea.
What would be the American election without competition between the two parties?
What would be even a school election without two different people competing?
What would be a sports game without two teams?
See? Competition is needed in life. So why cant we have even just a small amount here?
My point with this is that you shouldn't shoot down peoples ideas just because some of them have competition.
Re: Competition - Something We Couldn't Live Without
Very true! Not too much though, the last thing this site needs is fights. There is some competition on webkinz. Tournament arena and webkinz statium require a lot of competition. I do understand your point though, I respect that. Rep for you!
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