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AQuackDebater

Member Since 21 Nov 2016
Offline Last Active Jan 09 2018 09:30 AM
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In Topic: Texas Teams After U.T.

09 January 2018 - 09:19 AM

Liberal Arts and Science Academy Marriott-Voss and Serrins is the best Team on the Texas circuit

nah fam its the Estrada Bros from Austin SFA

In Topic: Texas Teams After U.T.

09 January 2018 - 08:34 AM

Uh sorry to necropost but in LD the breaks were like fucked like this loser from Jack C Hays broke smh he should not have been 4-1 what the fuck is UT at all.

 

(The Stearns Brothers should have gotten a bid D: ez top ten Texas team right there)

In Topic: Daily Card

08 January 2018 - 07:00 AM

hold up i have this actually

David A. Frank, s Professor of Rhetoric, University of Oregon, “The Pedagogy and Politics of Solipsism”, CAD, https://scholarsbank...e=1&isAllowed=y 

 

I do not question Snider’s intentions...was receptive to my arguments. 

In Topic: Daily Card

08 January 2018 - 06:55 AM

I️ think that ur right, but what I️ meant was that is there a card that’s a Da saying that considering debate as a game is bad

hold up i have this actually

In Topic: Daily Card

06 January 2018 - 01:08 PM

By post futurism I am referring specifically to the works of Bifo and such who say that the future has ended and we live in semiocap machine. So it basically a cap k link to a semiocap k aff. It's a poetics aff.

If you really want some fire link evidence (these are aight it's just what I had on me at a moments notice), Benjamin Noys put out a book in 2014 called "Malign Velocities: Accelerationism and Capitalism." He spends a good while roasting Bifo. Here's a sneak peak:

 

"The few scattered anti-accelerationist critiques of our present moment often seem to leave untouched the libidinal core of accelerationism. These alternatives seem tepid, or even reactionary – take Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi’s invocation of a politics of exhaustion that would ‘become the beginning of a slow movement toward a “wu wei” civilization, based on withdrawal, and frugal expectations for life and consumption’. This postmodern Taoism hardly enchants, and its expectation of sacrifice and escape seems to mock those paying for the current financial crisis. ‘Frugal expectations’ are what many of us already have, and such promises can hardly compete with offers of acceleration and excess. For this reason it is not surprising that accelerationism gains adherents uncomfortable with such re-treads of the usual political moralisms."