With Scrilla's idea it does seem great but it may hurt people who don't have time to write up you know 3 counter arguments or something in a row. I guessing each counter argument would need to be in within a certain space period and it's not as if you can give people a week to counter argue so yeah. The current format just works out a lot better for a lot of people.
i'm sure Seabs and those in charge have thought about it far more than i have. so if it's not feasible then it's not feasible. CP's point about sports and graps being a lot easier is probably right too. all of my debates were social debates and dudes were using charts and all types of research type stuff so yeah.
regardless you guys seem to enjoy the current format and that's fine too. just not something i'm really interested in atm. my bad for derailing the thread lel.
Congrats to all the participants on the card, and big props to the victors and the judges for all your work. Another entertaining read that Seabs produced in terms of the main show. Poor Froot
And if I may pause to reflect for a moment, I'm stunned that I earned greater than TWO STARS from ANDRE on this card. The kind words in your post are appreciated mate. I knew I felt good about what I submitted this time around.
On to the next one.
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Originally Posted by ALAN PARTRIDGE IN A PEAR TREEView Post
Having read through the entire show again, I have to say that the Clique and ZOMBO debates were the best of the night. There were a lot of other GOOD/WOULD GOOD WOULD/VERY GOOD debates, but those two were OUTSTANDING. Pat yourselves on the back, lads
I have no idea what cliques changed his name to, but well done to the lad.
Thanks to you guys for the respect and to the judges of our debate. I had a lot of fun with the research and re-watching the MJ music videos I have in my DVD collection. I had fun in TDL. You guys are still killin it and I will be reading...