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  1. Concede best policy option on conditionality (or if you didn't run conditionality, concede "the logic of conditionality"). Means that if the aff wins the permutation is the best policy option because it avoids the link to x, the judge should vote for it. And because the affirmative was the team that introduced it judge votes aff. This is the logic of the judge being a policymaker.
  2. Who was invited/who is attending?
  3. lollers

    argh... K?

    You're an idiot.
  4. Using basic grammar is probably a prerequisite to participating in a speech-based activity. You might want to practice a bit. But anyways, I think that what you try to say is "uq overwhelms the brink" is basically impact inevitable (i.e. we've passed the brink). Correct me if I'm wrong. If your args are terminal ! inev, and uq overwhelms the link, it's not contradictory. I suppose if you're saying an i/l is inev, and uq overwhelms the link it could be contradictory, but you can phrase it as a double bind.
  5. A lot of teams dropped out, i'm pretty sure there were 63 teams there. So it ended up breaking to octas.
  6. I second this. Is a team list out?
  7. No way in hell will Butler let you go paperless, by the way. Bring a tub.
  8. You want to create as many 2NR worlds as possible coming out of the 1NC. So it's strategic to have offensive case (what you call replies to inherency and harms) in your 1NC, and the CP as well. That way, in the 2NR you can choose which you want to go for. You'll be able to choose to either spend the five minutes on solvency turns, or on the CP based upon which they answered worse.
  9. Is it possible to post the JV team list as well?
  10. lollers

    Generic Strat

    Run it with a federalism net benefit. It's totes legit.
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