After arriving at the tournament at 10:15am, we are still waiting to debate at 1:45. The rest of the Olaf debate was pretty good. The debate basically played out like any minimum wage debate does, aff says people need a living wage to invest the surplus in human capital and the neg says it costs jobs.
Also, on an unusually serious tone, should the higher seed get to choose their side instead of a flip? Cal thinks that it gives too much advantage to the high seed. Graham thinks that if side bias is greater than skill differential from seeds, then it could make sense to give the high seed the side they want.