[eDebate] New LPW
Wed Oct 2 15:07:08 CDT 2002
Thanks Josh. Those critics and so many more people at those tournaments
did such a wonderful job welcoming this new program and new students to the
activity. Good work to you for lightening the mood on the list with the
LPW. Funny stuff!
At 12:18 AM 10/2/2002 -0700, Josh Martin wrote:
>Hey -- look at this. Something to distract you from those iraq cards, or
>not if you're above all of that, you K reading slime.
>You can find the new edition of Low Point Win at:
>We've got a few new contributors this week, which was pretty good. *thanks*
>There's a couple articles we'll probably put up later in the week so look
>out for that if you're interested.
>I was really touched by Chief's email to the list. That stuff is true, I
>think. My biggest pet peeve in the world is people who get assigned to
>judge junior or novice rounds and don't take it seriously. Those people
>deserve your attention too. Be an educator. Be an interested observer. Be
>whatever you want, but be a good person. So double saluts to those critics
>who did their *jobs* and salut to Chief's debaters because there's nothing
>more annoying than a debater who ignores the rfd talk. Here's a tip: write
>The people who judge debates are pretty smart, by and large.
>Here's something else: I went to an actual debate tournament a while ago
>and was completely surprised by the amount of people who were like "low
>point win kicks ass" etcetera. I never knew. So thanks to all you folks,
>everyone else: hope you're having a good week.
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