[eDebate] Fulltext Tangent

Josh jbhdb8
Fri Aug 28 01:13:13 CDT 2009


Amen, I know people who say the only way they competed in college at all was
because of shared scouting....

Josh

On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 12:21 AM, JP Lacy <lacyjp at wfu.edu> wrote:

> If all you've got is a retag of Wake's new aff, you are toast. You'll
> probably last longer with Georgetown's disads.
>
> Good arguments *should* be "free-ridden."
>
> Its called argument development. With shared scouting, everyone has a
> decent opportunity to engage in it.
>
> -- JP
>
>
>
> scottelliott at grandecom.net wrote:
> > I agree with Michael. Please post all of your work in complete form to
> > Wiki. I hate this topic and have plenty of other things to do that
> > would be better than cutting detterence good cards. If you post your
> > complete work sets, I can simply cut and paste them into new
> > positions. It saves me a lot of work and needless duplication of my
> > effort. I will post all of my original work too...but, oh, wait, all
> > my original work is just a careful retagging of Georgtown's disads and
> > Wake's new affirmative. I am sure you will all be grateful for the new
> > tags though. Thank you all in advance for spending hundreds of hours
> > to build my files on this topic.
> >
> > Scott
> >
> > (for the obtuse is is a paradoy of a common problem called the "free
> > rider." I love nothing more than hearing a disad that I spent 40 hours
> > developing being run by another team in a round as if it were their
> > own...within 24 hours of the disad being broken.)
> >
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