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100

Should we remove the second amendment? Argue the opposite of your opinion.

Points for convincing argument.

X2 points if you change someone's mind.

100

Write about a dog who is looking for a friend.

Points for good prose

X2 points for emotional response from readers

100

Write a poem about something you love.

Points for good poem

X2 points for emotional response from readers

100

What is a panda?

Catch: no research, lying is acceptable

Points for good informative

X2 points if the reader learns something new

100

Write about string cheese!

Let fate be the judge.

200

Should hate speech be protected by the first amendment?

Points for convincing argument.

X2 points if you change someone's mind.

200

Write about Alexander Hamilton because you can.

Points for good prose

X2 points for emotional response from readers

200

Write a poem about something you hate with a sardonically positive tone.

Points for good poem

X2 points for emotional response from readers

200

Who is Ben Franklin?

Catch: no research, lying is acceptable

Points for good informative

X2 points if the reader learns something new

200

Write about happiness and the universe!

Let fate be the judge.

300

Is this club terrible? Argue the opposite of your opinion.

Points for convincing argument.

X2 points if you change someone's mind.

300

Write about a lamp who couldn't be a volcano.

Points for good prose

X2 points for emotional response from readers

300

Write a poem about the end of the world with a twist.

Points for good poem

X2 points for emotional response from readers

300

Why does water matter in the world?

Points for good informative

X2 points if the reader learns something new

300

Write about murder!

Let fate be the judge.

400

Is murder acceptable? Argue the opposite of your opinion.

Points for convincing argument.

X2 points if you change someone's mind.

400

Write about a small dog living on a deserted island who decides it is his life goal to artificially and naturally evolve a group of finches by imposing natural challenges on them.

Points for good prose

X2 points for emotional response from readers

400

Write a poem about an eraser who is trying so hard.

Points for good poem

X2 points for emotional response from readers

400

Why is it that different birds sing differently?

Catch: no research, lying is acceptable

Points for good informative

X2 points if the reader learns something new

400

Write something non–generic that will boost other people's confidence! I'm talking faith in humanity, here, people. Like hope and stuff. Self–esteem. I have no clue what I am expecting, so . . .

Let fate be the judge.

500

Are sharks real? Argue the opposite of your opinion.

Points for convincing argument.

X2 points if you change someone's mind.

500

Write about a death threat received by a Jewish girl's father in WWII Germany, which her nervous scientist father takes as significant grounds for leaving the country, and her proud journalist mother doesn't.

Points for good prose

X2 points for emotional response from readers

500

Write a poem detailing the events of a Middle Eastern trader on a journey to spread Islam through Africa by attaching recorded messages from the future to all his sold products to astonish Africans.

Points for good poem

X2 points for emotional response from readers

500

Compare the development of a bats brain to a female humans brain from the embryonic stage through adulthood, with descriptions of how behavioral tendencies change during different stages.

Catch: no research, lying is acceptable

Points for good informative

X2 points if the reader learns something new

500

Write.

Let fate be the judge.

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