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#934943 Processing information

Posted by debait on 25 January 2017 - 03:10 PM

Sometimes it feels as if there is too much evidence the other side reads and nuanced positions they take, and it gets too hard to read through all of it, indict the parts we can indict, and not just resort to prewritten blocks. For example, a 1ar can extend 2ac arguments on a disad without really addressing answers to that argument, or without comparing warrants and evidence quality, etc., or we debate case, but don't answer the aff's answer to case answers, etc.


How can we process more information using less prep time? I'm looking for things like flowing methods that capture the nuance of the other side's argument but also don't waste time writing stuff down, or ways to write down answers to argument that allow for sufficient articulation but don't take a long to time to prepare, or drills.





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#934304 Good high-level round on the Security K?

Posted by debait on 10 January 2017 - 05:40 PM

Need to learn how 2 go for security, some1 please post high-level round

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#931598 THAAD

Posted by debait on 30 August 2016 - 09:31 PM

Just made a case neg to this. "China's full cooperation on UN sanctions against North Korea" - Didn't the UN Security council already unanimously vote on these sanctions?

Also, THAAD could secure allies more than North Korea sanctions.

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