David Foster Wallace’s speech

Either replay or re-read David Foster Wallace’s speech, watch/listen for moments where Wallace gestures toward potential objections or counter-arguments to the claims that he is making. Then, in a separate document, write out three of those moments (literally write out the sentence in which he identifies a potential counter-argument). Bold the signal phrases Wallace uses in each of those moments to let his reader know that an objection is coming, and then briefly explain how he addresses that counter-claim.