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Most used T???

What will be the most commonly ran T  

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  1. 1. What will be the most commonly ran T

    • Armed Forces
      4
    • Establish
      27
    • Increase
      28
    • Policy
      1
    • Serve
      8
    • Substantial
      37
    • USFG
      5
    • Other
      1


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That mercer was totally ready for you

 

eh, i don't exactly remember what they ran...but it wasn't stuff specific to the baseball aff like what we saw in the gsl...but i'm pretty sure they ran 7 or 8 off case which was kind of amazing because they had pre-written rebuttal blocks to everything. they were good, anyway.

 

and i don't think our aff was that 'famous' anyway

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Dude rusty this is why missing out on camp is hurting you...

 

Anyone who went to like say GDI for instance knows how often the T-Increase Topicality was run, almost every aff can violate it under the interpretation the the increase ahs to be "Direct" meaning no funding (Americorps, NCCC, geezer corps) or removing barriers (DADT, WIC) or incentives (Peace Corps)

the point is that the T can be run on almost every case that doesn't conscript

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Dude rusty this is why missing out on camp is hurting you...

 

Anyone who went to like say GDI for instance knows how often the T-Increase Topicality was run, almost every aff can violate it under the interpretation the the increase ahs to be "Direct" meaning no funding (Americorps, NCCC, geezer corps) or removing barriers (DADT, WIC) or incentives (Peace Corps)

the point is that the T can be run on almost every case that doesn't conscript

 

oh i know that but i think that would fit under T-policy with an extra-T violation...well that's how i would've thought because they didn't establish a policy they only fund the programs and their action only effectually increases the # of people...

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Substantially gets my vote

I think the best c/i i heard was at a demo debate at WFU...the aff c/i was substantially means large. In cx, the neg asks "How do you define large?"

Aff responds "Simple - not small."

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