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When thinking about transitioning from objectivity to subjectivity I often get a little nervous. If you are assigned an research paper you aren't really focusing on how the data makes you feel, you just collect, analyze, and report. It is a fairly easy process and sometimes can be enjoyable if you are interested in what you are studying. But when we start having to put our own opinions in I start to stress. Opinions are scary things to write about, there are so many different things you need to keep in mind. You have to make sure that your opinions all have a logical consistency for anyone to take them seriously, you also need to make sure if you're presenting a controversial opinion that you have the necessary facts to back it up. It can also be difficult to have an opinion on certain topics. If you're assigned an editorial piece, but you don't care what it's about, it can often be a challenge to come up with reasons for the side you choose. I like this very concise post by the bbc: http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/factsheet/en06opin-l1-f-what-is-fact-and-opinion . I think it is very important to be able to distinguish between facts and opinions, and some people need to be reminded of that. Blogs make such a great platform to post opinionated responses to rhetorical situations because they allow for an informal tone that can come across as personal and real. They also can allow the discussion to go even further by interacting with the comments and talking about the flaws in their opinions, or even their strengths. These blogs will also often have links to outside sources to build a sense of credibility and knowledge that serves to make their opinions seem more relevant and researched. If you can present your opinion in a well researched way people will be more likely to either outright believe you, or be able to do research about your opinions and discuss them with the writer. In the competitive platform fighter titled Super Smash Brothers Melee, there is a character named Ice Climbers. This character can perform a technique known to the community as "Wobbling". For those wishing to learn more about this technique the Super Samsh Bros Wiki has a great page on it. There is a very heated nation-wide discussion as to whether or not this technique should be banned. Certain states are already banning it from their major tournaments and are trying to start a movement. I personally am in support of the ban, even though I play Ice Climbers. I would like to respond to this rhetorical situation and give my take as to why this technique should be banned.
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