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03-20-2009, 09:39 PM
I've seen some other forums with "Best LD Moments" "Funniest Judge Comments" etc.
But there wasn't one in PF! D:
So, here it is! Post the greatest moment you have ever had in a PF round. I know we've all had the blonde moments.
03-21-2009, 01:09 AM
well in one debate i misquoted a statistic and my partner turned to me and said it was incorrect
immediately after our opponents jumped on board and starting saying how i was providing false information to the judge and my partner pretty much joined in with them haha
but we won so it was all good
04-08-2009, 04:19 PM
Just some general things that I find absolutely hilarious/rather annoying in PF...
-Policy teams which join PF and come in a round and spread. It's absolutely hilarious. I once had a team tell me during crossfire that higher gas prices will lead to mass genocide in the U.S.
-My judge actually has called me a blonde...because I didn't understand a joke he made in the beginning.
-A girl started crying in the middle of crossfire, because she thought that the economy of the U.S. was soooo sad.
-We were checking postings, and the girl in front of me said, "Oh no...we're hitting___!!" And then she started crying...I felt awful because they were the team we were hitting in the next round.
02-22-2010, 06:31 PM
once my opponents argued that iraq was in africa..... last year at nat's we had a judge who thought the topic was about china not Cuba. at the end of the round she asked why we talked about cuba so much. luckily we still won
02-28-2010, 08:52 PM
some great moments from my PF history:
- my old partner telling everyone in the room that all iranians hate gays and jews
- one time when i accidently grabbed the neg when we were going aff
- having a team tell us we were "debating within the box of the resolution"
- having the opponent yell at me during crossfire and say "do you think you can handle only answering yes or no to my questions?"
- (i didn't see this one, but my teammates all did) having a team base their entire failed nations case on info from the World Fish Database
03-01-2010, 10:51 AM
Apparently, during my opponent's summary, she stated that "27% of Americans are unemployed in the United States".
The first thing I asked during grand crossfire was "Where did you get that evidence? Wikipedia?"
She got angry and said that it was "not important in this debate."
Then why did she mention it?
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