The Debaters

Slurpees are the king of frozen treats

Graham Clark and Paul Rabliauskas are in Brandon, Manitoba using a slush-fund of jokes when they discuss if Slurpees are the superior frozen treat.
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In 2018 Manitoba was named the Slurpee Capital of the world for the 19th year in a row.

Graham Clark and Paul Rabliauskas are in Brandon, Manitoba using a slush-fund of jokes when they discuss if Slurpees are the superior frozen treat.

Graham Clark gives a refreshing argument pointing out the numerous benefits to Slurpees.

Canadians buy 30 million Slurpees a year, thereby ensuring that we must keep healthcare free forever!- Graham Clark

But Manitoba-native Paul Rabliauskas gives a frosty reception to these cool beverages.

The Slurpee is basically a giant cup of frozen baby food, only we don't give it to babies we serve it to grown adults who wear Ski-Doo jackets in the summertime.- Paul Rabliauskas

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