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General notes: the rebuttals should be like an RFD, you need to explain a way in which I can feel comfortable voting for you while also taking into account your opponents offense. Please don't just extend arguments from your constructives, I need you to interact with your opponents claims. Debate is either a game or shapes subjectivity, either way please don't be bad people, if you say something messed up I wont hesitate reducing speaks.
Plan-less: I'm ok with plan-less affs, I prefer if they be contextualized to the topic. If you're reading high theory, I need a solid explanation in the round that's sufficient enough for me to understand what the argument your going for is. Obviously be prepared to answer FW and have a very good reason as to why you aren't topical. The FW debate is usually the easiest neg ballot so do this well. I really like seeing contextualized and well researched Ks and PIKs against these sorts of affs. If you have one, don't be afraid to go for it.
Soft-left: You need to almost zero the DA and win the CP doesn't solve. Any risk of extinction + a cp that probably solves the aff means easy neg ballot. Framing to me is very important however, I appreciate good analysis and will err towards a certain impact style if you're convincing enough. I need good framing extensions to vote on it, shadow extending "infintarian paralysis" wont cut it.
T: If you drop something important, don't make this your 2nr. I'm very tech over truth when evaluating T but I also would like to see legal precision in evidence where it is applicable. - I'm not the best at evaluating T debates that get to techy
K: read one if you have a clear link to the aff other than "state bad". I tend to weigh the aff.
Theory: ill vote on bad theory like ASPEC if you drop it. If that does happen you need to spend a LOT of time in the 1ar justifying why its not a voter and why you should get new answers. I personally believe the neg gets infinite condo but feel free to argue the opposite, I'm happy to vote on it. Don't read embedded ASPEC if its not on the doc.