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    Thursday File 11-7

    File Name: Thursday File 11-7 File Submitter: kaut67 File Submitted: 07 Nov 2013 File Category: Thursday Files Resolution: Latin America This week's Thursday file breaks new ground on immigration. Obama has just enough capital to get immigration through. The file has a litany of new cards and internal link evidence. This file includes amazing new impact defense to the common impact scenarios as well. Kendall Kaut just finished his career at Baylor where he was a 3 time NDT qualifier. He has been in the outrounds of many tournaments including: GSU, UMKC, Northwestern, Kentucky, Wake and USC. In highschool, he finished 6th and was 13th speaker at the 2009 NFL national tournament. He has led labs at Baylor and the JDI. Immigration 5 1NC 6 Uniqueness 9 Top of Agenda 10 Will Pass- Conference 11 Will Pass- Dialogue 12 Will Pass- Momentum 13 A2: No Pass- Same as 2006 14 A2: Boehner 15 A2: Rubio Means No Pass 16 Delay Link 17 A2: Piecemeal 18 A2: Farm Bill Thumps 19 Internal Links 20 Political Capital Key to Immigration 21 A2: No PC 27 A2: Winners Win 28 A2: Hirsh 37 Dem Unity Key to PC 39 Obama Pushing 40 Popularity Key to PC 41 GOP Key 43 Boehner PC Key 44 Speaker PC True 45 Impacts 47 A2: Kick the Can 48 A2: XO Solves 49 2NC Hegemony 50 Agriculture Impact Module 53 Agriculture Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Ag 54 Agriculture Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Sustainable Ag 55 Alternative Energy Impacts 56 Asian Wars 57 China 59 Competitiveness Impacts 60 Competitiveness Internals: Immigration Reform Key to Competitiveness 72 Cyber-Terrorism Module 74 Economy Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Economy 75 Economy Impacts: Skilled Workers Key to Economy 81 Economy Impacts: AT: Impact Empirically Denied 82 Econ Turns Environment Impacts 83 Econ Impact – Protectionism 84 Econ Turns Russia/China Relations 86 Econ Impact – War 87 Econ Impact – Warming 88 Hegemony Impact Module 89 India Relations Module 90 India Relations—AT: Relations Resilient 91 India Internals: Immigration Reform Key to US-India Relations 93 India Relations: Democracy Impacts 94 India Relations: Economy Impacts 95 India Relations: Indian Economy Impacts 96 India Relations: Iran Prolif Impact 97 India Relations: Laundry List Impacts 98 India Relations Impacts: Prolif Module 99 India Relations Impacts: Proliferation 100 India Relations: Solves Indo-Pak War 101 India Relations Impacts: Terrorism Module 103 India Relations Impacts: Terrorism 104 India Relations Impacts: Warming Module 105 Latin American Relations Module 106 Latin America Relations—Impact Overview 107 Latin America Internals: Immigration Reform Key to US-Latin American Relations 108 Latin American Relations: AT—Relations Resilient 110 Latin American Relations—Now Key Time 112 Latin American Relations: US Actions Key 113 Latin American Relations: Even Watered Down Reform Solves 114 ***Latin American Relations Impact Scenarios*** 115 Latin American Relations—Alternative Energy Impacts 116 Latin America Relations—Biofuels Impacts 117 Latin American Relations: Democracy Impact Extensions 118 Latin America Relations—Nuclear Power Impacts 119 Latin American Relations: Oil Dependence Scenario 120 Latin American Relations—Oil Prices Impact 121 Latin American Relations: Poverty Impacts 122 Latin American Relations: Soft Power Impacts 124 Latin America Relations: Solar-Wind Impacts 125 Latin American Relations: Warming Impact Scenario 126 Science Diplomacy Impact Module 128 Science Diplomacy Internals: Visas Key to Science Diplomacy 129 Science Diplomacy: China Impact Module 131 Science Diplomacy: Disease Impact Module 132 Science Diplomacy: Middle East Impact Module 133 Science Diplomacy: Poverty Impact 134 Science Diplomacy: Soft Power Internal Link 135 Science Diplomacy: War Impacts 137 Science Diplomacy: Warming Impact 138 Turns Poverty/Structural Violence 139 A2: Impact Turns 140 AT: Brain Drain Turn 141 AT: Overpopulation Turn 143 AT: Wages Turn 146 Theory 148 A2: Bottom of Docket 149 A2: Do Both 150 A2: Fiat Takes out Link 151 A2: Introduction of plan triggers(vote No) 152 A2: K’s of Politics 153 Generic 154 Aff 157 Immigration 158 No Pass- Conservatives 159 No Pass- Democrats 160 No Pass- Differences 161 No Pass- GOP Dislike of Obama 162 No Pass- Insurance Cancellation 163 A2: Passes- Business Leaders 164 A2: PC Key 165 1AR PC Not Key 166 Obama PC Not Key 167 Aging 168 Agriculture 170 Biotech 172 Deficit 173 India Relations Impact Answers 176 Latin American Relations Impact 177 A2: Nye 179 Science Diplomacy Impact 180 Skilled Worker Impact Answers 184 2ac: Skilled Workers Impact Turns 187 Thumpers 188 Farm Bill & Budget 189 Minimum Wage 190 A2: Immigration Top 191 Iran Sanctions 192 Iran Sanctions 193 No Relief 194 Delay Solves 195 A2: Obama Needs Capital to Prevent Tough Sanctions 196 A2: Iran Econ 197 A2: U.S.-Iran War 198 Click here to download this file
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    Thursday File 11-7

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    This week's Thursday file breaks new ground on immigration. Obama has just enough capital to get immigration through. The file has a litany of new cards and internal link evidence. This file includes amazing new impact defense to the common impact scenarios as well. Kendall Kaut just finished his career at Baylor where he was a 3 time NDT qualifier. He has been in the outrounds of many tournaments including: GSU, UMKC, Northwestern, Kentucky, Wake and USC. In highschool, he finished 6th and was 13th speaker at the 2009 NFL national tournament. He has led labs at Baylor and the JDI. Immigration 5 1NC 6 Uniqueness 9 Top of Agenda 10 Will Pass- Conference 11 Will Pass- Dialogue 12 Will Pass- Momentum 13 A2: No Pass- Same as 2006 14 A2: Boehner 15 A2: Rubio Means No Pass 16 Delay Link 17 A2: Piecemeal 18 A2: Farm Bill Thumps 19 Internal Links 20 Political Capital Key to Immigration 21 A2: No PC 27 A2: Winners Win 28 A2: Hirsh 37 Dem Unity Key to PC 39 Obama Pushing 40 Popularity Key to PC 41 GOP Key 43 Boehner PC Key 44 Speaker PC True 45 Impacts 47 A2: Kick the Can 48 A2: XO Solves 49 2NC Hegemony 50 Agriculture Impact Module 53 Agriculture Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Ag 54 Agriculture Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Sustainable Ag 55 Alternative Energy Impacts 56 Asian Wars 57 China 59 Competitiveness Impacts 60 Competitiveness Internals: Immigration Reform Key to Competitiveness 72 Cyber-Terrorism Module 74 Economy Impacts: Immigration Reform Key to Economy 75 Economy Impacts: Skilled Workers Key to Economy 81 Economy Impacts: AT: Impact Empirically Denied 82 Econ Turns Environment Impacts 83 Econ Impact – Protectionism 84 Econ Turns Russia/China Relations 86 Econ Impact – War 87 Econ Impact – Warming 88 Hegemony Impact Module 89 India Relations Module 90 India Relations—AT: Relations Resilient 91 India Internals: Immigration Reform Key to US-India Relations 93 India Relations: Democracy Impacts 94 India Relations: Economy Impacts 95 India Relations: Indian Economy Impacts 96 India Relations: Iran Prolif Impact 97 India Relations: Laundry List Impacts 98 India Relations Impacts: Prolif Module 99 India Relations Impacts: Proliferation 100 India Relations: Solves Indo-Pak War 101 India Relations Impacts: Terrorism Module 103 India Relations Impacts: Terrorism 104 India Relations Impacts: Warming Module 105 Latin American Relations Module 106 Latin America Relations—Impact Overview 107 Latin America Internals: Immigration Reform Key to US-Latin American Relations 108 Latin American Relations: AT—Relations Resilient 110 Latin American Relations—Now Key Time 112 Latin American Relations: US Actions Key 113 Latin American Relations: Even Watered Down Reform Solves 114 ***Latin American Relations Impact Scenarios*** 115 Latin American Relations—Alternative Energy Impacts 116 Latin America Relations—Biofuels Impacts 117 Latin American Relations: Democracy Impact Extensions 118 Latin America Relations—Nuclear Power Impacts 119 Latin American Relations: Oil Dependence Scenario 120 Latin American Relations—Oil Prices Impact 121 Latin American Relations: Poverty Impacts 122 Latin American Relations: Soft Power Impacts 124 Latin America Relations: Solar-Wind Impacts 125 Latin American Relations: Warming Impact Scenario 126 Science Diplomacy Impact Module 128 Science Diplomacy Internals: Visas Key to Science Diplomacy 129 Science Diplomacy: China Impact Module 131 Science Diplomacy: Disease Impact Module 132 Science Diplomacy: Middle East Impact Module 133 Science Diplomacy: Poverty Impact 134 Science Diplomacy: Soft Power Internal Link 135 Science Diplomacy: War Impacts 137 Science Diplomacy: Warming Impact 138 Turns Poverty/Structural Violence 139 A2: Impact Turns 140 AT: Brain Drain Turn 141 AT: Overpopulation Turn 143 AT: Wages Turn 146 Theory 148 A2: Bottom of Docket 149 A2: Do Both 150 A2: Fiat Takes out Link 151 A2: Introduction of plan triggers(vote No) 152 A2: K’s of Politics 153 Generic 154 Aff 157 Immigration 158 No Pass- Conservatives 159 No Pass- Democrats 160 No Pass- Differences 161 No Pass- GOP Dislike of Obama 162 No Pass- Insurance Cancellation 163 A2: Passes- Business Leaders 164 A2: PC Key 165 1AR PC Not Key 166 Obama PC Not Key 167 Aging 168 Agriculture 170 Biotech 172 Deficit 173 India Relations Impact Answers 176 Latin American Relations Impact 177 A2: Nye 179 Science Diplomacy Impact 180 Skilled Worker Impact Answers 184 2ac: Skilled Workers Impact Turns 187 Thumpers 188 Farm Bill & Budget 189 Minimum Wage 190 A2: Immigration Top 191 Iran Sanctions 192 Iran Sanctions 193 No Relief 194 Delay Solves 195 A2: Obama Needs Capital to Prevent Tough Sanctions 196 A2: Iran Econ 197 A2: U.S.-Iran War 198

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    Thursday File 10-3 Debt Ceiling

    How can we trust you,a man who bought all your furniture from a guy who can't even properly title a thread to write a Thursday file?
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    Thursday File 10-3 Debt Ceiling

    File Name: Thursday File 10-3 Debt Ceiling File Submitter: kaut67 File Submitted: 03 Oct 2013 File Category: Thursday Files Resolution: Latin America This week’s file is the debt ceiling. With how crazy everything has gotten in negotiations and sometimes the lack of negotiations, this file gives you everything you need. Worried the shutdown would make it tough to run politics this week? Don’t be, this file has you covered on why and what matters for passage. The file includes 2 different scenarios for the debt ceiling so you’ll be ready to go if events change late in the tournament. It also includes a variety of aff answers and mechanics for a number of 2NC links and link turns. Kendall Kaut just finished his career at Baylor where he was a 3 time NDT qualifier. He has been in the outrounds of many tournaments including: GSU, UMKC, Northwestern, Kentucky, Wake and USC. In highschool, he finished 6th and was 13th speaker at the 2009 NFL national tournament. He has led labs at Baylor and the JDI. Info. 4 Debt Ceiling. 5 1NC’s. 6 Bully Pulpit 1NC. 7 Party Unity 1NC. 11 Bully Pulpit 2NC Mechanics. 15 Bully Pulpit Key. 16 A2: Not Using Bully Pulpit. 18 2NC Delay Link. 19 A2: Compromise/GOP win Link Turn. 20 A2: Negotiations Solve. 21 A2: Obama Not Negotiating. 23 Party Unity 2NC Mechanics. 24 Dem Unity Now.. 25 2NC Uniqueness. 26 Will Pass- Boehner. 27 Will Pass- Budget $. 27 A2: Thumpers Generic. 27 A2: CR Thumper. 28 A2: Obamacare thumper. 30 A2: Uniqueness Overwhelms Link. 31 A2: No Pass-Revenue. 32 A2: Discharge Petition. 33 2NC Links. 34 Focus Key. 35 Negotiation Key(Don’t read unless making own scenario) 36 A2: No PC. 37 2NC Impacts. 38 A2: 14th amendment solves. 39 A2: CR Solves Debt Ceiling Impact. 40 AT: Other Unilat Action S. 41 A2: Treasury Solves. 42 A2: Shutdown Thumps. 43 A2: Just Recession. 44 Default Bad - Credit Rating. 45 Default Bad - Dollar. 46 Default Bad – Econ. 47 Econ Decline = War. 50 Econ Leadership – 2NC. 52 Spending Cuts Bad – Hege 2NC. 53 Spending Cuts Bad – Military Cuts Internals. 54 Yes Spending Cuts. 55 Military Cuts Impact Ext. - Hegemony. 57 Military Cuts Impact – Economy Module 2NC. 59 Spending Cuts Bad - Agencies. 61 2NC- Food Crisis Impact. 64 PC Mechanics. 65 AT: Dickinson. 66 AT: Winners Win. 68 Aff 71 Generic Aff 72 A2: Boehner Weak. 73 Boehner No PC. 74 PC Wrong – 2AC. 75 Winners Win – 2AC. 76 Winners Win – 1AR. 77 PC Low.. 78 A2: Debt Ceiling. 79 Uniqueness Overwhelms the Link. 80 1AR Uniqueness O/W the Link. 81 Won’t Pass. 82 A2: Business Solves. 83 A2: Bipartisanship Link. 84 A2: Negotiations Solve. 85 A2: Obama Meeting. 87 A2: PC/Bully Pulpit. 88 No Impact-Creditors. 89 No Impact-Obama. 90 No Impact-Payment. 91 PC Not Key. 92 PC Low.. 93 Concession Link Turn. 94 A2: Shutdown. 95 A2: Military Impact. 96 A2: Immigration. 97 Won’t Pass. 98 A2: Farm Bill 99 No Pass. 100 Already Expired 101 Click here to download this file
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    This week’s file is the debt ceiling. With how crazy everything has gotten in negotiations and sometimes the lack of negotiations, this file gives you everything you need. Worried the shutdown would make it tough to run politics this week? Don’t be, this file has you covered on why and what matters for passage. The file includes 2 different scenarios for the debt ceiling so you’ll be ready to go if events change late in the tournament. It also includes a variety of aff answers and mechanics for a number of 2NC links and link turns. Kendall Kaut just finished his career at Baylor where he was a 3 time NDT qualifier. He has been in the outrounds of many tournaments including: GSU, UMKC, Northwestern, Kentucky, Wake and USC. In highschool, he finished 6th and was 13th speaker at the 2009 NFL national tournament. He has led labs at Baylor and the JDI. Info. 4 Debt Ceiling. 5 1NC’s. 6 Bully Pulpit 1NC. 7 Party Unity 1NC. 11 Bully Pulpit 2NC Mechanics. 15 Bully Pulpit Key. 16 A2: Not Using Bully Pulpit. 18 2NC Delay Link. 19 A2: Compromise/GOP win Link Turn. 20 A2: Negotiations Solve. 21 A2: Obama Not Negotiating. 23 Party Unity 2NC Mechanics. 24 Dem Unity Now.. 25 2NC Uniqueness. 26 Will Pass- Boehner. 27 Will Pass- Budget $. 27 A2: Thumpers Generic. 27 A2: CR Thumper. 28 A2: Obamacare thumper. 30 A2: Uniqueness Overwhelms Link. 31 A2: No Pass-Revenue. 32 A2: Discharge Petition. 33 2NC Links. 34 Focus Key. 35 Negotiation Key(Don’t read unless making own scenario) 36 A2: No PC. 37 2NC Impacts. 38 A2: 14th amendment solves. 39 A2: CR Solves Debt Ceiling Impact. 40 AT: Other Unilat Action S. 41 A2: Treasury Solves. 42 A2: Shutdown Thumps. 43 A2: Just Recession. 44 Default Bad - Credit Rating. 45 Default Bad - Dollar. 46 Default Bad – Econ. 47 Econ Decline = War. 50 Econ Leadership – 2NC. 52 Spending Cuts Bad – Hege 2NC. 53 Spending Cuts Bad – Military Cuts Internals. 54 Yes Spending Cuts. 55 Military Cuts Impact Ext. - Hegemony. 57 Military Cuts Impact – Economy Module 2NC. 59 Spending Cuts Bad - Agencies. 61 2NC- Food Crisis Impact. 64 PC Mechanics. 65 AT: Dickinson. 66 AT: Winners Win. 68 Aff 71 Generic Aff 72 A2: Boehner Weak. 73 Boehner No PC. 74 PC Wrong – 2AC. 75 Winners Win – 2AC. 76 Winners Win – 1AR. 77 PC Low.. 78 A2: Debt Ceiling. 79 Uniqueness Overwhelms the Link. 80 1AR Uniqueness O/W the Link. 81 Won’t Pass. 82 A2: Business Solves. 83 A2: Bipartisanship Link. 84 A2: Negotiations Solve. 85 A2: Obama Meeting. 87 A2: PC/Bully Pulpit. 88 No Impact-Creditors. 89 No Impact-Obama. 90 No Impact-Payment. 91 PC Not Key. 92 PC Low.. 93 Concession Link Turn. 94 A2: Shutdown. 95 A2: Military Impact. 96 A2: Immigration. 97 Won’t Pass. 98 A2: Farm Bill 99 No Pass. 100 Already Expired 101

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    Politics?

    I'm doing the Thursday File this week. With the situation so screwed up, I have taken the time to sort things out into a coherent file. It will be up tomorrow. Check it out!
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    Kansas Reppin' NFL Natz

    Being back in Kansas and judging here this past weekend made me check out cross-x and I have a few thoughts: -I haven't been in the state much the last 3 seasons so I don't know a lot about what goes on that isn't from the era I was in but it seems every year the districts produced teams that always included top teams in the district, it does leave teams that are some of the best out every year. The nature of qualifiers and the national tournament will always exist like that. March Madness probably hasn't had the best team as the national champion the last two years. But because someone is angry and going about making their point in a way that rightfully angers people, that does not mean we should not strive to make the qualifying procedure better if their is a majority of the community that would like to change the qualifying process or if there is a way to make the process better. -I agree with the sentiment traditional judges are the hardest to predict. Predictability is essentially what we want in a subjective event we try and make as objective as possible. At Nationals my senior year we saw how this could play out in a couple of ways. One judged ranted about the debate for 30 minutes after without making a substantiated decision and dropped us(2 ballots said great debate and best ever, one said good luck and that was it). Our final round we dropped on a 2-1 with all the judges who before the debate said they were fine with speed and politics, the other team seemed to believe that was not the case and adapted towards a more traditional understanding of debate and won. No one explained their decisions or how those would go down. -I don't think the district tournament can effectively model the national tournament. Winning 8 out of 12 requires a different skill set, including winning different ideological positions both contemporary, traditional, and lay that doesn't seem to be present at the national level. Kansas' coaches also become far different than national coaches. Most coaches that would judge can't replicate the experience of seeing someone write a 6 for CP's on the national sheet before the tournament when teams need to plan how to get 10 ballots(I think teams should never plan to throw away more than 2 but can't plan to win all 12 with how the tournament goes, I can explain that more if someone wants). Most teams can figure out between having debated in front of many assistant coaches before, interacted with teams on a level(I never had Riffer judge me but from conversations with Blue Valley and coaches about his debate viewpoints and experience I would know far more about his leanings than I could ever hope to know about random coach with a 5 for kritiks. If we can't replicate that unknown element, which is essentially what many traditional coaches are I think district tournaments in an ideal world would want people who are as contemporary or lay as possible. If you can adapt and persuade someone you contain elements that are likely to get you places with traditional judges and win the occasional sponsor. The contemporary skill is important as well, especially because so many national circuit schools are just bad at adapting to traditional teams that someone who has handled presumption arguments in that lay round and understands counterplan theory in depth will be in far better shape than someone who won a couple of people who have views on debate that circled 5 for everything on the sheet.
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    NFL Nationals - Judging / Coaching

    I'm Kendall Kaut and I debate for Baylor right now. I cleared at several major tournaments, including the Octos at Northwestern. I also finished 6th at the 2009 NFL tournament and was 13th speaker. I am also experienced in winning both traditional and national circuit styles at NFL. I can coach, cut cards, judge, or do anything else. email is kendallkaut@gmail.com
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    Old Judge Hiring Requests

    Hey looking to get hired for CFL or NFL. I was 6th place and 13th speaker at the 2009 NFL tournament. I also debate now and have cleared at major tournaments like Georgia State and Northwestern. email me at kendallkaut@gmail.com if interested
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    NFL Judging

    Hey I'm available to judge or help coach and cut cards for anyone at NFL. I'll do this for a pretty low amount and will be in Kansas in the next week and be available to help people out a bunch before NFL. I was 13th speaker and finished in 6th place at the 2009 NFL Nationals. I'm also available to judge and coach at CFL. If interested email me at kendallkaut@gmail.com
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    A Question of Laptops In Kansas

    The debate seems different for Kansas than it would be for other states. A lot of Kansas teams have over 100 students competing many at a novice level. For those students learning how to use debate synergy is difficult. Add the cost of laptops for potentially 50 students because a lot of novices are competing on a weekend and there is a problem. If you want to do a hybrid have the varsity go paperless have younger teams keep paper, you still have to print off a ton of evidence for a novice team to have an aff with some 2AC blocks and something to say on the negative. It seems like going paperless would be more expensive for a lot of schools that spend relatively little on printing (there is already a copier at a lot of schools for general teacher use) than the cost of several laptops.
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    NFL Nationals - Post Discussion

    It's all about hard work and doing whatever it takes. I have been fortunate to know both Kevin and Misael the last several years and seen how hard they work. They cut more arguments than most teams, had a neg strat ready to break against head start that no one else had broken. They were two awesome people that were friendly and showed their dedication. Because of that they received support from coaches who wanted to be apart of helping them out to ensure they could receive support. I showed up earlier today to try and offer any help I could to WY because of how cool those guys are and good for the activity they are. If you want something bad enough you can set up resources and do the work necessary to do well. Kevin and I'm not sure about Misael, drove to Lakeland and judged so they could get extra teams entered. They had new affs ready to break and were a team that constantly read and did more work. There were a lot of richer schools watching in the audience because any money they had couldn't buy the work Kevin and Misael had done. Sure it would be easier to go to a richer school, but still unbelievably difficult but WY is a perfect example of what can happen when two great debaters compete.
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    National Style

    I did well at NFL last year and a big part of that is adapting. When you're given the judge philosophy book and your team list(you should do the code sharing) you should immediately look for all the possible ways to get to 10 ballots(you only need 8 but you will always be off on some). For some, that means deciding you would rather lose a certain person and win someone else. A big component though is that national circuit teams probably won't go as fast as possible and read their normal strategies if the round features judges who are unlikely to vote on those types of styles. We went a lot slower in some debates and a lot of outrounds feature a variety of judges. but adapting at that tournament is the biggest thing. My junior year we tried to adapt to the teams and didn't clear. My senior year we adapted to judges and managed to get 6th place and both my partner and I were in the top 14 speakers. I'm also available for coaching and card cutting at NFL and would not need any housing or transportation to the tournament. email is: kendallkaut@gmail.com Willing to work for reasonable rates.
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    Anyone need to hire a judge/coach for CFL or NFL?

    same thing for judging and coaching.
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    College Judging

    Kendall Kaut Debate at Baylor Debated at Olathe North Was 6th at NFL in policy and 13th speaker last year I will be available to judge and help cut cards/coach teams at CFL and will be available to cut cards/coach teams for NFL and will not need a place to stay at NFL. contact at kendallkaut@gmail.com if interested
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