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The 2nd Lewis & Clark Thread

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Yup, and unless the judge is completly opposed to it, we will run politics, and we run them well.

I will be the one in the penguin tie.

Not really, but seriously.

 

Good, I like the different style of debate. Should be fun.

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haha, some are cool with it, some arent. Just like in most places. K's are getting more popular (thank god)

 

 

Just dont be a dumbass, I guess :P

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One question, how are most of the judges with speed?

 

You won't find much objection here provided you're clear, but there are definately some that would prefer a slower style.

 

I think the most important thing to do is ask judges about the various preferences and positions you're concerned with. While someone may have an objection to a certain style, they're less likely to voice that opinion on the ballot if they do not communicate that to you before the round. However, if a judge does make a preference known and it openly ignored then you run into some problems. We certainly can argue over whether these objections should be made, etc... but I think the above applies to most, but certainly not all SD judges. Whatever you do, avoid Paul Tschetter.

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I wonder how long it will take alex baldwin to be a douche bag and censor this post.

 

this is legitimately funny hahahaha

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2,000. This is the end of my cross-x account. I don't want to end up like tshuman. Peace.

 

They always come back.

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You won't find much objection here provided you're clear, but there are definately some that would prefer a slower style.

 

I think the most important thing to do is ask judges about the various preferences and positions you're concerned with. While someone may have an objection to a certain style, they're less likely to voice that opinion on the ballot if they do not communicate that to you before the round. However, if a judge does make a preference known and it openly ignored then you run into some problems. We certainly can argue over whether these objections should be made, etc... but I think the above applies to most, but certainly not all SD judges. Whatever you do, avoid Paul Tschetter.

 

Thank you Alex for maligning my some-what good name. Your bran cereal was missed at Fiesta.

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