[eDebate] The Video Andy Ellis Doesn't Want You to See
Thu Dec 18 10:25:35 CST 2008
What can i say, there are many things i have tried that i am um not so good
at, and others are clearly better at, one thing about living your life (at
least in the debate community) for everyone to see is its hard to be
embarrassed by others more than i am by myself, i am a very self critical
person and have laughed (probably with the producer of this video) at my
self many times. We could spend this whole election dragging up edebate and
youtube posts from my past, and at the end of the day it might remind you of
that particular time that i said something insensitive or out of place or
just plaine rude, but att the end of the day it will do nothing but remind
you of what you think you already know, kinda meh to me...
what i am interested in is how we go forward, how we use our existing
resources more effectivly to fufill our mission,how to use that success to
secure more resources and benefits for member institutions and how to
promote and grow intercolleggiate debate around the country. I am looking
forward to the debates coming up, and looking forward to more people joining
On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 12:43 AM, Snarky Clarky Kitteh <
snarkyclarkykitteh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greetings Debaters,
> In response to the recent campaign video by Andy Ellis (and its invitation
> for more videos in debate politics), I have produced this commentary on both
> Andy's use of video and the campaigns for 2nd VP.
> It is my hope that you will watch it and gain some new perspectives of our
> electoral process.
> You can find my video here:
> Clark Kitteh
> P.S. The first person to rickroll this conversation should be banned from
> edebate for life.
> P.S.S. If you don't know what a rickroll is, you are probably Neil Berch.
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