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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:39 pm 
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http://www.parlidebate.com/ is a treasure trove of parli videos (mostly APDA and BP, with a few NPDA as well). Like Luke pointed out, APDA is much more similar stylistically to NCFCA/Stoa than NPDA. Overall, the focus is on argumentation, not technical procedurals or a sheer number of arguments. Also, it's conversation speed... I was actually told I talked too fast :P. Finally, since the opp usually doesn't know what the resolution is until the first government speaker opens his/her mouth (and there's no prep), there's a lot of emphasis on critical thinking and being fast on your feet -- something even policy debaters find they need ;)



HEY :shock:

NPDA isn't focused on just speed and procedurals.

;)


oh, haha, I didn't mean to imply that NPDA didn't have legitimate argumentation-based rounds as well. I probably should have put that sentence in a new paragraph.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:04 am 
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crazydebater wrote:
NPDA isn't focused on just speed and procedurals.


Haha.
Haha.
Ha.

Oh. You were serious ;)

Here's my experience with NPDA:
A girl I'm about to face tells me she doesn't like speed or procedurals, but the judge said he's fine with it. So I look at my partner, grin, and in my LOC give a T with 3 violations, two DAs, solvency takeouts, and turns on case. She was sooooooooo ticked.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 6:55 pm 
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LocutusofBorg wrote:
crazydebater wrote:
NPDA isn't focused on just speed and procedurals.


Haha.
Haha.
Ha.

Oh. You were serious ;)

Here's my experience with NPDA:
A girl I'm about to face tells me she doesn't like speed or procedurals, but the judge said he's fine with it. So I look at my partner, grin, and in my LOC give a T with 3 violations, two DAs, solvency takeouts, and turns on case. She was sooooooooo ticked.


Jerk

EDIT: Smart jerk

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:23 am 
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crazydebater wrote:
LocutusofBorg wrote:
crazydebater wrote:
NPDA isn't focused on just speed and procedurals.


Haha.
Haha.
Ha.

Oh. You were serious ;)

Here's my experience with NPDA:
A girl I'm about to face tells me she doesn't like speed or procedurals, but the judge said he's fine with it. So I look at my partner, grin, and in my LOC give a T with 3 violations, two DAs, solvency takeouts, and turns on case. She was sooooooooo ticked.


Jerk

EDIT: Smart jerk

Haha. My point is that NPDA debate is very speed and tech-focused if it will win rounds

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 10:57 pm 
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LocutusofBorg wrote:
crazydebater wrote:
LocutusofBorg wrote:
crazydebater wrote:
NPDA isn't focused on just speed and procedurals.


Haha.
Haha.
Ha.

Oh. You were serious ;)

Here's my experience with NPDA:
A girl I'm about to face tells me she doesn't like speed or procedurals, but the judge said he's fine with it. So I look at my partner, grin, and in my LOC give a T with 3 violations, two DAs, solvency takeouts, and turns on case. She was sooooooooo ticked.


Jerk

EDIT: Smart jerk

Haha. My point is that NPDA debate is very speed and tech-focused if it will win rounds


Granted.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:13 pm 
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Good job spending an entire thread loving yourselves college debaters.

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