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I decided it was time someone wrote the list for saddest disney moments, so here goes. Someone else wrote the same article that I completely disagreed with (half the moments were from the little mermaid) so I decided it was time for me to write my own article. Disney is known to make people laugh and cheer, but also for making people depressed and making them cry. I have cried at numerous disney films, because all of them have their sad moments. Some of my choices may surprise you. Disney is famous for it's sad moments, but to me, none are more sad then the following list. I hope you like my...
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posted by dweeb
30. Savages - Pocahontas
Really great song. It shows both sides of a war and how the two groups are thinking similar thoughts about each other. The lyrics blatantly show the insanity of racism and how wrong it is to judge others because they aren't like yourself. Plus, it's really catchy and I sing it in the shower.
29. Once Upon A Dream - Sleeping Beauty
Great, romantic duet. Really cute how Aurora sings it with her friends and then her dream prince joins her and surprises her. The scene where they dance and you see their reflections in the lake always makes me feel good inside. I love this...
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Superted and Spotty's argument-Not Disney rather than British
Superted and Spotty's argument-Not Disney rather than British
In philosophy and logic, an argument is an attempt to persuade someone of something, by giving reasons or evidence for accepting a particular conclusion.[1][2] The general structure of an argument in a natural language is that of premises (typically in the form of propositions, statements or sentences) in support of a claim: the conclusion.[3][4][5] Many arguments can also be formulated in a formal language. An argument in a formal language shows the logical form of the natural language arguments obtained by its interpretations.

In a typical deductive argument, the premises are meant to provide...
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