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Mr. Blonde
Posted: January 23rd, 2016, 5:02pm Report to Moderator
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Two way tie for Writer's Choice and Two way tie for Runner Up.

Writer's Choice
The Role of the Dice by David Lambertson  - Short, Drama - The fate of two men are determined by a single roll of the dice.  - pdf

Writer's Choice
Ready Or Not by Tim Radcliffe  - Short, Drama - A little girl has an easier time hiding from her father than the harsh realities of life. - pdf

Writer's Choice Runner Up
Tic Tock Toe by Bill Sarre  - Short, Drama - An elderly man plays tic tic toe with his granddaughter resulting in an unexpected outcome. - pdf

Writer's Choice Runner Up
Truth or Dare by Pia Cook - Short, Thriller - A troubled couple, agree to babysit a boy with issues of his own. - pdf

The Future Quiz by Chris Beadnell  - Short, Mystery - Three strangers have a chance to win one million dollars each if they can correctly answer just one question. Their future depends on it. - pdf

Get a Clue by Chris Bodily  - Short, Murder Mystery, Suspense, Comedy - A family's patriarch is murdered during a game of Clue(do). Was it Colonel Mustard? Professor Plum? Mr. Green? Or perhaps Miss Scarlet? - pdf

Game Night On T-27 by John Hunter - Short, Sci Fi, Horror - For two scientists isolated at remote research station, Game Night takes on a whole new meaning. - pdf

It's only words by Mark Moore  - Short, Drama - A Mother and Daughter reflect on their lives through a board game. - pdf

Favorite Game by Richard Russell - Short - A man uses games to try and win back his divorced wife. - pdf

Kill Your Demon by Dena McKinnon  - Short, Dark Drama - A troubled man sets out to kill a demon. Only problem, his demon happens to be a man of God. Or is he? - pdf

Mindcraft by Steve McDonell - Short, Fantasy, Horror - A young girl's birthday present becomes a problem for her parents... - pdf

Kitty & Moonwolf by John Robbins  - Short - With the last piece of candy at stake, a stubborn feline challenges her canine nemesis to a duel of rock-paper-scissors. - pdf

Sorry, Not Sorry by Hunter Vogt  - Short, Comedy - Following an aggressive game of Sorry!, two friends try to repair the relationship between their other two friends, who had been dating for a year, which was damaged by the game. - pdf

Dames with Games by Mark Moore  - Short, Comedy - A wingman accidentally hooks his buddy up with an unruly girl. - pdf

20 Questions by Glenn Doyle  - Short - A young, mute boy receives nothing he wished for on Christmas Day, but after he receives a mysterious game of 20 Questions, his family decide to play. - pdf

Your Turn by Anthony Cawood  - Short -
The babysitter's choice of boardgame isn't popular with her charges, neither is her cheating. - pdf

Sugar Pie by Dustin Bowcott  - Short, Thriller - An old flame pays a visit. - pdf

What Passes Through by Richard D. Kinsella - Short, Drama, Supersnatural Thriller - An overprotective Mother must try to protect her daughter, but how do you protect her from something that's not supposed to be real? - pdf

Double Word Score by Henry Christner  - Short - A night with grandparents shows two middle-school girls that not everything plays out according to Hoyle. - pdf

Family by Andrew Lightfoot  - Short - A family goes for a hospital visit and a game of Scrabble. - pdf

Solitare by Steven Clark  - Short, Drama - A troubled loner is about to get a second chance. And maybe more. - pdf

Pop Goes The Weasel by Darren J Seeley  - Short, Supernatural Horror - After being chased into an abandoned house, a woman has to play an unusual game of checkers in order to hide. - pdf

The Stalking Light by Gary Kohatsu  - Short, Thriller - As a blinding light streaks toward an abandoned bar, four friends and a mysterious stranger engage in a game of Truth or Dare to learn who will survive the night. - pdf

Lawn Dart Massacre by Sean Durant  - Short, Comedy - Excessive alcohol consumption and lawn darts.  Can anyone survive the deadliest game ever created by the American toy industry? - pdf

Checkmate (the other one) by Dan Campisi  - Short, Horror - Games are fun, until someone loses.  What happens when the stakes are incredibly high? - pdf

You're It by Libby  - Short, Horror - Two young boys get into a world of trouble when they attempt to master the game of Hide And Seek.  - pdf





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I don't get this. Isn't it easy to just click on the link at the top of every page that says OWC scripts are being posted? It's on every single page ....


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I don't find it easier, myself, but some people prefer it. Leaving the option out there, anyway, so everyone can have it their way. =)


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Sean, you need to update the list. There were 27 entries.  

http://www.simplyscripts.net/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-01016OWC/


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Sean - I know you're pretty busy - but I'm seconding Pia on this!  My reason for personally liking the list better.  The order of the other OWC list shifts due to the post entered into a thread, right?  That makes it difficult for folks like me to keep track of what's been read, and what hasn't.  Blame my memory, if necessary...  
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I updated the list.  There were 28 entries.  

- Don



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Hey Don

"What passes through" doesn't work


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Thank you, Don, for updating the list. =)


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Quoted from Mr. Blonde
Thank you, Don, for updating the list. =)


I should have done a running list.  Thanks for the reminder.


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Hey Don

"What passes through" doesn't work


Fixed. Thanks for the heads up.  


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The results are officially up. Congratulations to David and Tim for topping the list and to everyone for completing a script for the contest. I also want to put out a big thank you to Don for helping me run the OWC this time around. I hope you guys all had fun with it. =)


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Congrats to David and Tim.  Solid writing on both stories.  You earned them mugs.  This was a very well-run, low key owc.  Lotta good scripts in this one.
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Well done to the winners. I enjoyed both of them.

And congrats to everyone that entered. I liked quite a few.


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Congrats to the winners and to everyone else too, another cracking OWC!


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
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Congrats to all!  And I swear - aren't there a few new names in here?  The more the merrier - always!  
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Congrats to the winners! And, everyone else who entered.

This was a huge surprise for me! Seriously. By the comments, I figured mine would land in the middle somewhere.

I liked this OWC, so thank you Sean. It was a little smaller in size and I personally prefer that. Maybe that's why the quality was higher too? It wasn't promoted outside of the boards, as far as I know. It's fine to get new writers over here, but a bit annoying when they just drop a script off and never read or never intend to be part of the community. It reminded me a little bit of "the good old days" as far as the OWCs go.

Good job running it all Sean. Great theme and challenge.

Now it looks like a have a couple more to read.  


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Dames and Games... It's Only Words

It's always great to write 2 scripts on 2 different ends of the spectrum

One was a  poignant story about a beautiful relationship which sadly came to an end... the other was about scrabble and had no dialogue.

Seriously though I was challenged within a challenge by the missus to write a short with no dialogue and she literally played scrabble in front of me for inspiration. I know it needs chopped down a lot... but easily filmed.

Dames and games wrote  between 11:00 - 2 in the morn (Friday) and it shows
I just needed to get a comedy in just because...

The story itself, the hell if I know. Trump was on the news at the time of writing

Congrats to all who entered and those who won.

Big thanks to Sean and Don.


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Congrats to the Writers Choice top 2!! And to everyone who entered! Very cool OWC.


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Congrats to the winners and runner up. As a NKOTB I gained so much, not just from the excellent analysis of my entry, the feedback from all entries. I did read them all and commented on most I think.

In the past week or two I have written a few more shorts and this OWC has probably aided my development more than ever before in terms of format and style.

Great work everyone involved, and I want to especially thank everyone who read mine, and also those who were kind enough to comment.

Cheers

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Thanks all:

Going in for surgery tomorrow morning at 7:00 am (nothing major) - but will be down for a bit and wanted to get my thanks into SS for running the contest and all who participated.


My Scripts can all be seen here:

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Dave, great job! Loved it.

And, thanks to Blondie. This one definitely inspired some unique scripts.


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Great OWC Sean/Don, all your time and effort is truly appreciated! As well, an awesome job by Dave, Tim, Bill, Pia!

Overall, there was quite a few scripts I really liked in this batch... oodles of clever, funny, surreal, what-have-you. It made for a potpourri of interesting and strange.

Ah yes, Johnny... it would appear you got into the modelling glue prior to this challenge as well, lol, but... that's what makes writing these OWC's all the rage; just losing control and running with whatever comes to mind...
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Congrats to all the winners!! And to all who wrote as I think the quality this go around was top notch! Oh and thank you to Sean for running this one and Don for having it as well! Always a lot of fun!!

Thank you, Johnny. I had a lot of fun writing KYD.


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Thanks to Don and Sean for running this.

I haven't been on this site in a long time and this script was the first I've written in about four years, so was just hoping to shake off some rust. The fact it was so well received was equally encouraging and surprising.

Congrats also to David, Pia and Bill for their efforts and to everyone else who took part.

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Congratulations to the winners and well done to everyone who took part. I missed this OWC more than I thought I would. No matter how busy I am, I need to take part in the next one!


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thanks Don for putting this on, its been a ride as ever.

well done Tim and Dave - sound scripts.

I'm rather pleased with that since it was a pile of of poo on Thursday night, a case of a last minute rescue. they don't all work out that way !!

cheers

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I had a lot of fun writing KYD.


It is a very well written story. Nice work. Seems like a completely different writer from the previous two efforts (that I've read).


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Well done, Dave (don't know the other guy), Role of the Dice is a good one and should get picked up.


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Congrats to all who entered.  It's very hard to come up with a solid story in a short deadline.  

Congrats to the "winners" of the OWC.  I enjoyed a lot of the stories.

Hey, if anyone would like an in-depth review, feel free to ask.  When I had to review all of them, I didn't really have a chance to write a 5 page review.

As always, if anyone wants to help me with mine, I'm always up for advice.  

I was glad to be a part of this OWC.  Glad to be back.  I just got the hands-free software, so, I'm really happy!!

Here's hoping for a good year for all of us!!

Dan


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Congrats to the winners.

...and a big thanks to all those who have read my submission, It did a lot better than what I thought and as always I got some fantastic comments on it.
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Quoted from Mr. Blonde
Two way tie for Writer's Choice and Two way tie for Runner Up.

Writer's Choice
The Role of the Dice by David Lambertson (writing as Albert Prince) - Short, Drama - The fate of two men are determined by a single roll of the dice.  - pdf

Writer's Choice
Ready Or Not by Tim Radcliffe (writing as Heather Starlett) - Short, Drama - A little girl has an easier time hiding from her father than the harsh realities of life. - pdf

Writer's Choice Runner Up
Tic Tock Toe by Bill Sarre (writing as Margaret LaRue) - Short, Drama - An elderly man plays tic tic toe with his granddaughter resulting in an unexpected outcome. - pdf

Writer's Choice Runner Up
Truth or Dare by Pia Cook (writing as Me) - Short, Thriller - A troubled couple, agree to babysit a boy with issues of his own. - pdf

Everyone Else (in no particular order)
Checkmate by Janet E. Clarke (writing as Mimms) - Short, Thriller, Drama - Two couples, two kids and a winter lodge.  It's family game night - who's ready to play? - pdf

The Future Quiz by Chris Beadnell (writing as Clayhorn) - Short, Mystery - Three strangers have a chance to win one million dollars each if they can correctly answer just one question. Their future depends on it. - pdf

Get a Clue by Chris Bodily (writing as Jim Onji) - Short, Murder Mystery, Suspense, Comedy - A family's patriarch is murdered during a game of Clue(do). Was it Colonel Mustard? Professor Plum? Mr. Green? Or perhaps Miss Scarlet? - pdf

Game Night On T-27 by John Hunter (writing as Anonymous) - Short, Sci Fi, Horror - For two scientists isolated at remote research station, Game Night takes on a whole new meaning. - pdf

It's only words by Mark Moore (writing as T.S. Elliot) - Short, Drama - A Mother and Daughter reflect on their lives through a board game. - pdf

Heartbreaker, Norma Jean by Rick Fyvie (writing as Emily Plain) - Short, Comedy, Thriller - Three bounty hunters get more than they bargained for when they set out to find their latest skip. - pdf

Favorite Game by Richard Russell (writing as Tantrix) - Short - A man uses games to try and win back his divorced wife. - pdf

Kill Your Demon by Dena McKinnon (writing as Horatio Miles) - Short, Dark Drama - A troubled man sets out to kill a demon. Only problem, his demon happens to be a man of God. Or is he? - pdf

Mindcraft by Steve McDonell (writing as Delores  Biggs) - Short, Fantasy, Horror - A young girl's birthday present becomes a problem for her parents... - pdf

Kitty & Moonwolf by John Robbins (writing as C'ours de pooh) - Short - With the last piece of candy at stake, a stubborn feline challenges her canine nemesis to a duel of rock-paper-scissors. - pdf

Sorry, Not Sorry by Hunter Vogt (writing as Presley York) - Short, Comedy - Following an aggressive game of Sorry!, two friends try to repair the relationship between their other two friends, who had been dating for a year, which was damaged by the game. - pdf

Dames with Games by Mark Moore (writing as The HoBo) - Short, Comedy - A wingman accidentally hooks his buddy up with an unruly girl. - pdf

20 Questions by Glenn Doyle (writing as Matthew Charisma) - Short - A young, mute boy receives nothing he wished for on Christmas Day, but after he receives a mysterious game of 20 Questions, his family decide to play. - pdf

Your Turn by Anthony Cawood (writing as Voice Recording) - Short -
The babysitter's choice of boardgame isn't popular with her charges, neither is her cheating. - pdf

Sugar Pie by Dustin Bowcott (writing as S. O. Domy) - Short, Thriller - An old flame pays a visit. - pdf

What Passes Through by Richard D. Kinsella (writing as Michael Druce) - Short, Drama, Supersnatural Thriller - An overprotective Mother must try to protect her daughter, but how do you protect her from something that's not supposed to be real? - pdf

Double Word Score by Henry Christner (writing as Babs  Crel) - Short - A night with grandparents shows two middle-school girls that not everything plays out according to Hoyle. - pdf

Family by Andrew Lightfoot (writing as Reef Mansion) - Short - A family goes for a hospital visit and a game of Scrabble. - pdf

Solitare by Steven Clark (writing as Arthur Kaplan) - Short, Drama - A troubled loner is about to get a second chance. And maybe more. - pdf

Pop Goes The Weasel by Darren J Seeley (writing as Jack Frost) - Short, Supernatural Horror - After being chased into an abandoned house, a woman has to play an unusual game of checkers in order to hide. - pdf

The Stalking Light by Gary Kohatsu (writing as Rainy Knight) - Short, Thriller - As a blinding light streaks toward an abandoned bar, four friends and a mysterious stranger engage in a game of Truth or Dare to learn who will survive the night. - pdf

Lawn Dart Massacre by Sean Durant (writing as Arlo Breck) - Short, Comedy - Excessive alcohol consumption and lawn darts.  Can anyone survive the deadliest game ever created by the American toy industry? - pdf

Checkmate (the other one) by Dan Campisi (writing as Checker Marble) - Short, Horror - Games are fun, until someone loses.  What happens when the stakes are incredibly high? - pdf

You're It by Libby (writing as Jason Newman) - Short, Horror - Two young boys get into a world of trouble when they attempt to master the game of Hide And Seek.  - pdf





You know what might help us better, is to include their site name.  Lightfoot thanked everyone and I don't know what his name is...


Please read my scripts:
http://www.simplyscripts.net/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-series/m-1427564706/

I'm interested in reading animation, horror, sci fy, suspense, fantasy, and anything that is good.  I enjoy writing the same.  Looking to team with anyone!

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I am guessing that Lightfoot is Andrew Lightfoot. I am willing to cut off my right testicle if I am wrong.

You do raise an interesting point, Dan. When we sign on as members, we select a user name rather than our real name. I am assuming serving a desire to remain anonymous if we choose. Posting the real names here kind of defeats that. Doesn't bother me personally, but I don't think it is sound web site management to post the real names - the user names should probably be used which would end the confusion. Like you - I know some of the real name - screen name links - but not many. Regards:

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I am guessing that Lightfoot is Andrew Lightfoot. I am willing to cut off my right testicle if I am wrong.

You do raise an interesting point, Dan. When we sign on as members, we select a user name rather than our real name. I am assuming serving a desire to remain anonymous if we choose. Posting the real names here kind of defeats that. Doesn't bother me personally, but I don't think it is sound web site management to post the real names - the user names should probably be used which would end the confusion. Like you - I know some of the real name - screen name links - but not many. Regards:

David Lambertson - also know as "eldave1"



Very true David.

Okay, I missed that one, I hope you don't lose a nut.  A guy on a sports site that I belong to bet that he'd eat his sneaker if the Buffalo Bills signed Mario Williams.  Of course, we did.  He was gonna go through with it, but, only backed out when fear of DEATH crept in.  So, I never bet anything I don't want to lose (I have a first born for sale btw )

I didn't you that was your name, and never would have put 2 and 2 together.  I think most know that Dan C is Dan Campisi, I wasn't very inventive when I created my name, I almost want to do that...

But, yeah, I know who some of you are, but, not all.  Especially for the newer comers.  I think we should have both the site name next to the real name.  It makes it hard, especially if the site name has no correlation to the real name.

Lightfoot, I'm not suggesting that you lie, but, anyone want to see Dave slice up is own nut, make sure to post it

KIDDING.  Violence isn't the answer, unless, of course, it doesn't involve you...

Dan


Please read my scripts:
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I'm interested in reading animation, horror, sci fy, suspense, fantasy, and anything that is good.  I enjoy writing the same.  Looking to team with anyone!

Thanks
Dan
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Yes eldave1 is correct...and keeps his right testicle.
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I am guessing that Lightfoot is Andrew Lightfoot. I am willing to cut off my right testicle if I am wrong.


I am relieved said Lightfoot was as you postulated . Bearing witness to orchidectomic procedures should remain in the realm of surgeons... and well plotted screenplays.


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I used a really cunning nom de plume for my site name, no one will ever figure it out  


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
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Actually I am Lightfoot

Cut your nut off Dave


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where's my simply scripts thong?

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I'm lightfoot...and so's my wife  


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Cut your nut off Dave


Damn! Or should I say nuts. The wife is not going to like this.



My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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Damn! Or should I say nuts. The wife is not going to like this.



And we want PROOF, Televised!!

I nominate Pia and Libby as people who must watch it, for verification purposes

Dan


Please read my scripts:
http://www.simplyscripts.net/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-series/m-1427564706/

I'm interested in reading animation, horror, sci fy, suspense, fantasy, and anything that is good.  I enjoy writing the same.  Looking to team with anyone!

Thanks
Dan
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Anyone have any idea how to get a hold of Sean?  There's no email on this script.... *Sigh.*
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Ask Don. He had to have given his email address when entering.  


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