It's more like we don't meet the common expectations of debate form. And have you checked out the judging? It's like totally unprofessional, but it's a tough job considering we actually are expected to provide comments along with our votes. If anything disable the comment requirement in the judging section to make it more attractive for prospective voters.
Here's a debate where the contender clearly outperformed the other in spelling errors and yet the voters all ignored that in an apparent "vote-Bomb" indulgence. If your argument suggests their is redemption in that case due to the 'comments' I don't see it happening, therefore the comments are more of a hindrance to voters and you'd get more votes without them.
If we remove the comments option, then there would be no special points for spelling errors at all. Also, while we will get more votes without comments, the votes would not be justified and may be against someone who had a very good argument just to troll the person. Lastly, since you have failed to act upon the resolution that "I AM A BAD DEBATER" I think you should vote for me. Just see my bad debating skills.
Reasons for voting decision: Conduct was good on both sides, and both sides used similar spelling and grammar. Neither side made more convincing arguments, in my view. Sure, Pro provided an argument in the first round, but Con countered it and then both debaters went off topic, so I don't see any reason to award either side points there. Neither side used any sources.
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