[eDebate] ndt fees?

Josh Hoe jbhdb8
Thu Mar 9 17:06:33 CST 2006


This is an unfair response - this is not a new system - and prices went down
thanks to the corporate sponsors.  People USED to do it the way you wanted
it done and schools were losing 20k on food from OBSERVERS.  I am certain
yours will be the different observers but you seem to assume that the NDT
takes the money and brings in a posse, prostitutes, and a full orchestra.

It is anything but easy to host a tournament like this and we are in danger
of losing hosts on a yearly basis.  Stop assuming your needs are all that
matters....Yes, it would be nice if every single person who ever debated,
wanted to debate, or might debate could attend the NDT.  Not likely to be
possible, now or at any time in the near future.


On 3/9/06, Andy Ellis <andy.edebate at gmail.com> wrote:
> Boy this sucks.
> I'm bring a bunch of young studnets and some of the coordinators from our
> league and they have to pay roughly 200 dollars if they want to eat some
> cheese and crackers and hear the goddamn pairiings be read? I mean im pretty
> sure we can avoid eating your cheese and crackers and sitting through the
> tedious pairing reading, but come on wasnt our corporate benafactor supposed
> to make the ndt better? if these things are good parts about the ndt wouldnt
> it be better if we let all the people who are attending to have this
> priviledge? We wont eat at your banquet, and i will bring some folks who
> learn the main lesson which is if you dont got super big bucks then you dont
> get to go in the door. Good thing the valuble part is what happens in debate
> rounds... No really we will have a good time and learn alot, no thanks to
> the attempt to prevent that....
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