Linda Kittell ParadigmLast changed 1/4 7:19P PDT
I like a well organized speaker, those that come into the room late, change their shoes, fix their hair....not so much.
I appreciate the speaker that makes unusual assessments or provides unique remedies.
Respecting the opponent while arguing their contention is better than insulting their person. Debate doesn't mean personal attacks free-for-all.
The burden of proof is what is relevant, I evalute all the situations - if you noticed a missed arguement of your opponent don't assume I caught it, point it out.
Spreading? As long as you speak slowly, feel free...ha ha ha