[eDebate] mutually exclusive
baimed at ida.net
Sat Jun 1 04:28:54 CDT 2002
Word....from the streets of AZ where in five minutes one
can be hooked up with the body of the revolution if only
one knows to look. Ken taught me about the revolution, and
debate introduced me to Ken, I learned to look for myself.
> Here here!
> I recall November 30, 1999 when a vital intersection at
> Anarcho takeover of the WTO in Seattle was held in large
> Northwest debaters and coaches. I even think some parli
> showed up for that little dance;). As for debate, I know
> would have not been likely to find my way to the streets
> I've always said that debate is NOT the revolution, but
> like a workers union, it sure can be a good training
> course, it can create some twisted souls as well ...
> is why its fun.
> > Don't really want to chime in on this debate, but in
> > seriousness, debate does not shut doors of opportunity
> > political activism, if anything it opens them.
> > I know that at this point in my life, had I not been in
> > debate, I know I would not have just completed an
> > at the Idaho Women's Network, nor would I have just
> > a campaign requiring me to give up every free weekend I
> > nor would I have testified this Winter in front of the
> > toughest committee in the Idaho Legislature.
> > I'm sorry others may not take these opportunities, but
> > are available and in my experience they become greater
> > I debate.
> > Brandon Berg
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