Counterplan - Aff disclosure Re: Participation at the NDT and Joel's Rule
Doyle W Srader
Mon Jan 22 17:09:06 CST 2001
>> Do we need another rule that any affirmative that is disclosed must be
>> run at least once?
> That was part of my original proposal.
>> And are we ready for the even bigger problems that would
> What do you think those are?
That this is inconsistent with your reassurances that people could just
disclose any affirmative they'd run, along with any new ones they wrote. Or
are you saying there's a limit of ... four? Eight?
By the way, what would the sanction be for disclosing affirmatives that you
didn't run? What if you disclosed eight, in case you were planning to be
affirmative in all the elims and reach the finals (don't laugh -- ask
someone about Kansas at the '95 NDT!), but then didn't clear?
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