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  1. jrdebate

    Elections 1NR

    Hello, my partner wants me to take the elections disadvantage in the 1NR at our first league tournament this weekend. This is my first real tournament in varsity (even though that doesn't mean much in our league). I know what the elections disadvantage is, but how would I structure my 1NR? Thank you.
  2. queenofdisaster

    How to do (more?) organized rebuttals?

    I apologize if I've been posting a lot of threads! I'm still brooding over a tournament from the weekend, and several of my judges (and even my sibling oh my goodness) have been telling me that I need to organize my rebuttals. (in fact i think that's why i lost my last round-- even if i won in my heart lmao,, :'(( ) So how does one have more organized rebuttals? Does it come with practice and with better flows? Thank you in advance!
  3. Theinternallink

    Starting Framework

    I live in missouri or lay judge central if you are close this framework is a good idea if you want to bring a new aspect into how you debate in lay areas. This is an evolving file meaning I take requests and will keep making cuts and expanding when I learn more about what I'm actually looking to do for strategy.