From S-Town to W-Town

In the final episode of this season, Malyssa and Kirt chat about their time at #WFCAState2017 and list some of the things that inspire them to be better coaches and create better pieces.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

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What You Talkin’ Bout, Judges?

Malyssa and Kirt are doing their best to interpret what judges really mean when they use language that is difficult to understand.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Waiter, There’s An Actor In My Speech!

We’ve received conflicting thoughts from listeners on the same topic: acting in speech. After debating the difference between acting and interp, has acting crept into speech? Should we outlaw or allow it?

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Midterm

Today we’re taking a midterm exam. How have policies enacted prior to this competitive season taken shape in the first half of our year? And do you know the various roles and committees in the WFCA? Malyssa is fresh from the winter exec board meeting and here to school us on how our organization is organized.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Politicked

Malyssa and Kirt revisit a topic from our Too Taboo for the Tabroom series: What place does politics have in forensics? For students? For coaches? For judges? Have we changed our minds at all since the election of Donald J. Trump? Let’s get political, forends.

Special guest Antonio Trinidad helps recap the Hortonville tournament from this weekend.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Bond, Team Bond

Malyssa and Kirt discuss team bonding and that the benefits of being on a forensics team extend beyond great speaking skills.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Espresso Patronum

Like that first cup of coffee in the morning, mentors just make getting through the day a little easier. Malyssa and Kirt will discuss some of their forensics mentors, why it’s important to have someone to go to as you navigate the world of forensics, and how you can get a mentor or be a mentor in the WFCA.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

On Second Thought

On this episode, Malyssa and Kirt talk about second guessing yourself in forensics, whether that means second guessing your piece, your coaching choices, or even your participation in this activity, and we’ll hopefully provide some encouragement for anyone experiencing doubts after the first weeks of competition.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Malyssa & Kirt’s (2nd) First Impression

On this episode of Forensics Faces, Malyssa & Kirt explore first impressions, how to make a good one and what to do if it’s already too late.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, please give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Those ratings help other people find this podcast. More information is available at http://www.ForensicsFaces.com, and you connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.

Too Taboo for the Tabroom: Part Two

In this episode, Malyssa & Kirt continue the series Too Taboo for the Tabroom, as they discuss shady tabroom practices and bringing your personal politics into a round.

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Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. Our theme song was written and performed by JJ Hameister. If you’re a fan of Forensics Faces, give us a rating on iTunes, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Find more info at www.ForensicsFaces.com, and connect with us on Facebook & Twitter by searching Forensics Faces.