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Pointlessness413

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  1. So in other words...the lab didn't do the work and Paul Johnson just copied a file he already did? I guess it's better than saying the lab copied his file. Then again, maybe not, because that would mean the lab didn't do a file =/
  2. Well, the team that won isn't, they graduated =/ (It was Jeremy and ZBaum) I don't think anyone from Edgemont's going this year, not that it matters.
  3. Zero as in the percent chance of Max Katz ever getting any? (And yes, this is coming from me =/)
  4. We still have school, I'm sitting in Macro right now, guess most of you will be here later...
  5. Evan, I'll try to make sure that a team who hits you beats you on a non-competitive counterplan, Lakeland will get its revenge =/ Maybe that same ole kid can make the CP competitive for them? =)
  6. Octas, Partial doubles, or doubles, depending on the number of entries. Probably octas, maybe partial doubles, but almost definitely not doubles.
  7. JW, Lakeland PS is 4/4 qualified, get it right if you're gonna try and make us look bad.
  8. Could I get cites for the supplemental funding CP and RMA net benefit you read against Westminster? Joe.Spanier@gmail.com Thanks - Joe -
  9. I'll be debating for Northwestern next year, poor NU debate team...
  10. Lakeland District Debate Tournament March 2-4, 2007 Lakeland High School, Shrub Oak, NY Entries: Varsity Policy. 70 team Maximum. We will allow up to four entries per school initially, and then allow additional entries. Varsity policy is a semi-finals TOC Bid. Standard mutual preference sheets will be available in this division. Novice/JV Policy. We will simultaneously host the novice/JV regional championships. 50 team maximum, 40 LDr maximum. Varsity LD. 40 contestant maximum. JW may allow a finals TOC bid if entries warrant Schedule: For both varsity and LD, all divisions Friday, March 2: Registration 12:30-2pm Round 1: 3pm (pairings at 2:15) Round 2: 5:30pm Dinner: 7:30. Housing: 8:15 pm Coaches dinner – 9:30 Saturday, March 3 7am pairings, 8am round 3 11am, round 4 2:30 pm, round 5 5:30 pm, round 6 8pm – doubles, if entries warrant. We will either clear all 4-2s or 16 teams. A final decision will be made an announced at the start of round 1 Sunday, March 4 Octo-finals Hotel/housing. We will house as many as we can with preference given to those coming the farthest. Available hotels: Peekskill Inn -- http://www.peekskillinn.com/ Best value for location/price Town Lyne -- Town Lyne Motel, Crompond Road, (914) 737-8202. Very close and cheap ($65), but not the nicest place Airports The closest airport is Newburgh, but Laguardia, JFK, and Newark are within driving distance (1:15-2 hours (Newark). Fees $40 school $80/varsity policy team, $60/jv & novice teams $40/varsity LDr, $35/novice & JV LDr. Fees include dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday Topics – March/April LD, March Public Forum Registration – registration will be through Joy of Tournaments by the end of December Hired judging -- $150/3 rounds of needed commitment
  11. Lakeland District Debate Tournament March 2-4, 2007 Lakeland High School, Shrub Oak, NY Entries: Varsity Policy. 70 team Maximum. We will allow up to four entries per school initially, and then allow additional entries. Varsity policy is a semi-finals TOC Bid. Standard mutual preference sheets will be available in this division. Novice/JV Policy. We will simultaneously host the novice/JV regional championships. 50 team maximum, 40 LDr maximum. Varsity LD. 40 contestant maximum. JW may allow a finals TOC bid if entries warrant Schedule: For both varsity and LD, all divisions Friday, March 2: Registration 12:30-2pm Round 1: 3pm (pairings at 2:15) Round 2: 5:30pm Dinner: 7:30. Housing: 8:15 pm Coaches dinner – 9:30 Saturday, March 3 7am pairings, 8am round 3 11am, round 4 2:30 pm, round 5 5:30 pm, round 6 8pm – doubles, if entries warrant. We will either clear all 4-2s or 16 teams. A final decision will be made an announced at the start of round 1 Sunday, March 4 Octo-finals Hotel/housing. We will house as many as we can with preference given to those coming the farthest. Available hotels: Peekskill Inn -- http://www.peekskillinn.com/ Best value for location/price Town Lyne -- Town Lyne Motel, Crompond Road, (914) 737-8202. Very close and cheap ($65), but not the nicest place Airports The closest airport is Newburgh, but Laguardia, JFK, and Newark are within driving distance (1:15-2 hours (Newark). Fees $40 school $80/varsity policy team, $60/jv & novice teams $40/varsity LDr, $35/novice & JV LDr. Fees include dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday Topics – March/April LD, March Public Forum Registration – registration will be through Joy of Tournaments by the end of December Hired judging -- $150/3 rounds of needed commitment
  12. Does anyone have any results? Anything would be appreciated...
  13. The quickest one to email him at is sbauschard@planetdebate.com. But...here's what I've been told: Semis Bid March 2-3 (Last TOC qualifying weekend of the year) Spaces will be somewhat limited, we don't plan on going to a second building.
  14. Lakeland: Spanier/Perrotto Wright/Tsao Dishaw/Roth I think we make #4 of hottest team ever =X
  15. If it's who's hottest...I win...obviously =/
  16. I got one for the fall on Defense, Intelligence, and Diplomacy. If anyone has details, I'd appreciated it.
  17. Joe Spanier Lakeland Speaker positions in question...generally 2A/1N, I'll be more specific in a couple weeks (as if anyone really cares)
  18. Lakeland roster's changed a bit: Varsity: Anton/Maurno Faber/Spanier JV: Dishaw/Wright Novice: Bocscoscky/Carroll
  19. Carol, no, it's not, I think they actually said if you've been to more than 10 that you have a very hectic schedule. As for everyone being chill....I'll restrain myself from making a bad joke.
  20. Lakeland's going, I'll be at the junior RR, we're sending some "different pairings" out to Michigan. Lakeland FM (Ben Faber and Jackie Maurno, not radio [sorry, bad joke I know]) Lakeland RT (Taylor Roth and Joanna Tsao)
  21. It doesn't preclude them, it means the top (probably 4, maybe 8) sophomore teams that don't clear in the regular tournament will have their own elimination rounds, for experience purposes only. (well, I think there'll be trophies and stuff, but no bids, you know what I mean)
  22. It's officially a semis bid, here's the info sheet (nothing's really changed since the one posted on the first one, but I'll post it anyway) The 30th Annual Westchester Classic We will accept entries until 10/21 Housing is still available The Lakeland Central School District cordially invites you to the 30th Annual Westchester Classic at Lakeland High School on Friday and Saturday October 28th and 29th, 2005. We will offer two divisions in three events: Policy: Novice and Open LD: Novice and Open Public Forum: Novice and Open We will break to an appropriate number of elimination rounds based on the number of entries in each division. A separate "sophomore breakout" will be held for sophomores who are competing in open. Housing We are pleased to offer housing for a limited number of our guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for housing must be received by October 21, 2005. For adult coaches and chaperones, we recommend the Peekskill Motor Inn, 634 Main Street, Peekskill, New York, 10566 (914/739-1500). This is "leaf season," so reserve early. Fees The entry fee for each two-person Varsity policy debate team is $80. The entry fee for each two-person Novice policy debate team is $25. The entry fee for each Lincoln-Douglas entry is $35. The entry fee for each Public Forum team is $45. If you are an upstart Public Forum program with a limited budget, contact us for a more limited fee. There is a $35 school fee Fees become fixed after Friday, October 21, 2005. Checks should be made payable to Greg Varley. Fees include dinner on Friday and lunch on Saturday for all tournament participants. Judging At the time of entry in the tournament, each school must provide one competent judge for every two policy debate team entries or four Lincoln-Douglas entries or fractions thereof. A very limited number of judges will be available for hire at a rate of $200 per judge. Requests for hired judging must be received by October 1, 2005. You cannot hire a fraction of a judge, nor can a school completely hire out of its judging commitment unless we have a surplus of hired judges. Topics Policy debaters will discuss the NFL policy topic. Lincoln-Douglas debaters will discuss the September/October topic. Public Forum debaters will discuss the October Pubic Forum topic. Judge Rating System We will use the Community Preference judge rating system that was developed last year for the St. Mark's tournament in policy. We will also afford the maximum number of possible strikes. Travel Lakeland is located in Northwest Westchester County, no more than one hour North of New York city and 30 minutes South of Newburgh. The closest airport is Stewart International, but either of the NYC airports are only an hour out. Driving directions will be posted soon. Round Robin We will host a policy round robin in New York City on October 30 & 31st. Please email Sbauschard@planetdebate.com if interested. We encourage you to enter as early as possible. Stefan Bauschard, Director of Debate, Lakeland Public Schools 1349 East Main Street Shrub Oak, NY 10588 914/528-0600 extension 375 Sbauschard@planetdebate.com
  23. By wasting my life away reading stuff on the topic...and watching more than a healthy amount of TV...and dying waiting for the 11:30 calls for deep dish, I hate NY pizza.
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