Reed Rosenbacher ParadigmLast changed 10/7 1:02P CDT
UC Lab 16
1. Debaters have a debilitating tendency to fail to see the forest for the trees. Most debates can be resolved by 1 central issue, define that issue and tell me why you are winning on that question.
2. I am tabula rasa- I have a read a drilling aff, a Moby Dick aff, an Asian Identity aff, an encryption aff, went for Baudrillard ALOT, etc. In other words, do what you want!
3. The best way to win a K in front of me is to spend a shit ton of time on the link debate and give each link an impact and/or turns case args. Pull lines from the 1AC, go into their internal links or the structuring logic of the aff- don't just read your generic heg links to the K blocks.
4. Your final speech should always begin and end with the exact reason you think I should vote for you.
5. Nuance is always strategic and appreciated.
6. Im not the best for techy T and theory debates but I can most def handle it.
7. CrossX is a speech and it is super important.
8. After some personal experiences I have come to believe that death good arguments pose a serious real life threat to the mental health of high school debaters. If you read these arguments and the other team makes the argument that death good is detrimental to the community, I am very likely to vote on the argument. However, that does not mean that you shouldn't read arguments like fear of death bad in front of me.