In the beginning of the LD debate round, Big Macintosh has a very well thought out case. This made the young novice Trixie extremely nervous. She was trying as hard as she can to flow as quickly and clearly as possible, but she can't seem to keep up.
Oh no! What do I do?! I can barely jot down his contentions and I can't seem to keep up with him! How could I ever agree to go to a Varsity tournament in the first place? I'm doomed...
Trixie hoped and prayed that she can at least gain some leverage on the Senior Varsity debater Big Mac and lose gracefully. Unaware to her was the extreme measures of Celestia's blessings that were upon her that day...
She began her cross-examination, her body trembling a bit. The poor filly was terrified.
I just hope I don't make too much of a fool of myself in front of the judge...
Could you please restate your value and value criterion for clarification please? My value was utilitarianism and my value criterion was Rousseau's theory of social contract. And could you please define and explain your value and value criterion in your own words? Eenope. Why not? You do know what they mean, don't you? Eenope!
Trixie was pleasantly shocked by this sudden turn of events.
Could it be? Could the odds possibly be in my favor? That I might have a chance after all?
So basically, you have absolutely no idea as to what your value and value criterion even mean in your case? Eeyup!
Trixie was sure now that he had dug his own grave. The round was hers. And so, before Big Macintosh could redeem himself, Trixie quickly ended her line of questioning.