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Calculus last won the day on September 11 2010

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  1. hey, are you still giving jstor access? my email is rtristan@suddenlink.net

  2. you will always be my best friend, regardless of how long i am gone =]

  3. Hi - I am looking for JSTOR access to do some historical research...and would greatly appreciate any help you can give me. -Steve

  4. Hi Calculus, i read your post at http://www.cross-x.com/vb/showthread.php?p=1758954 and im looking for a jstor access (its about a research of petroleum tecnologies), if you have any info plz send.

    Thanks for your time.


  5. "You do survive these things. I'm not advocating don't care about it hitting the shore or coast and whatever you can do to keep it out of there is fine and dandy, but the ocean will take care of this on its own if it was left alone and was left out there," Limbaugh said. "It's natural. It's as natural as the ocean water is." -Rush Limbaugh
  6. Calculus

    2AR Help

    he knows what hes talkin about
  7. its cool... i never debated energy anyway nor will I debate poverty so it's cool... Whenever you get ready

  8. oh snap we should finish that.


    first thing friday afternoon. i hope you dont care that it's a different topic, lol. who cares. good debating is good debating, right?

  9. Yeah it's more commonly known as the "Delay CP" You will find Delay CPs bad/good arguments in theory files. i think it's not a mistake to say that if presented adequately, quite a few judges will vote them down for being abusive. Good luck.
  10. you going to post questions or finish our round?

  11. Calculus

    Perm Texts

    I understand the timeframe perms. But what is "perm: do the cp"
  12. Calculus

    Perm Texts

    what are all the different perm texts and what do they mean? i mean for Counterplans and Kritiks, and DAs if applicable. I've seen: Perm: Do both perm: do the cp (what is it?) perm: do alt as a turning point to the kritik (?) what am i missing?
  13. Are there any tips/tricks, good lines on winning topicality on the negative? Arguments during the block?
  14. are you posting CX?

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