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Reef Dreamer
Posted: June 8th, 2015, 4:07pm Report to Moderator
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I've now got to the point whereby I can determine what my wife "really" thinks just by her first expression.

This OWC she just looked at me with a blank expression. Translated that meant, WTF is that about.

If you need to explain, you need to rewrite.


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Thanks to all who read and commented on Fabrini. Felt really good to know so many liked it.

Some even gave the script a second read. Much appreciated, especially given how many there were.  Dustin said, "I sat here for a good few minutes after reading and replayed it in my mind." A writer couldn't ask for more.

Prussian Mosby: Thanks for pointing out that Fabrini is never called by name in the story. I'll fix it.
Jeff: Thanks for noting a slug error. Will fix that, too. (I don't agree that the man and woman on the elevator need names, though.)
Pia: Thanks for saying 66 is the new 25. I feel better already.

Henry



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Congrats to, well, everyone!!  And especially to the Writer's Choice and Runner's Up...

Almost all of my favs were represented there.  This was a great, solid OWC for all...  ))
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Congrats Bill and Eric!!
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Congrats Bill and Eric - top job gents!

And congrats to everyone, getting a script down in such a short burst when part of it is prescribed for you is no mean feat... here's to the next OWC.

Anthony


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Quoted from RickFyRick
Didnít see an entry from you this go. Mind you, it is winter where you are, so Iím going to assume you were mowing your lawn. We canít do that up here in winter; lawnmowers donít work well in 40 below, come to think of itÖ nothing does.

Anyway, hope to see you next round, take careÖ

You too!

Not mowing the lawn...

Trying to figure out if I should ignore the 6 foot diamond python that's taken up residence on the roof, or call someone to remove it. At the moment unless I get up to look, it's out of sight, out of mind...Almost

Btw, next OWC I'll be in like like Flynn. Least that's my story now.


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Trying to figure out if I should ignore the 6 foot diamond python that's taken up residence on the roof


Whoa! Just caught this. You gotta' be kidding... right? Umm... so ya,  40 below doesn't seem so bad after all, lol.


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Whoa! Just caught this. You gotta' be kidding... right? Umm... so ya,  40 below doesn't seem so bad after all, lol.

Not kidding. We had one in the compost bin, one in the pool filter box, and now this chappie - could be the same one, although he seems a bit bigger than the other two. It's the red-belly blacks you worry about - this one's not venomous - he'd just squeeze you to death if you annoyed him.  

Now see, you have renewed respect for where you hail. Where is that btw? Antarctica? Estonia? I'm cold just thinking about it.



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Now see, you have renewed respect for where you hail. Where is that btw? Antarctica? Estonia? I'm cold just thinking about it.



Hey now, contrary to popular belief, us folks over here in Estonia don't live in igloos and we do in fact have summer during summer. No pythons, but we have plenty of vipers to make up for it.

Think it's 15 degrees celcius here right now.
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Hey now, contrary to popular belief, us folks over here in Estonia don't live in igloos and we do in fact have summer during summer. No pythons, but we have plenty of vipers to make up for it.

Think it's 15 degrees celcius here right now.

Really, DS?! That means our Winter at the moment is warmer than your Summer.   Sorry, that's rude of me, and we did get down to 8 the other morning, (and minus 7 in the political capital - serve them right!) but today a top in the early 20s.

The Estonian 'nineteen hours of daylight' sure did intrigue me though - the 'white nights' -  that must play havoc with insomnia.


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Quoted from DS


Hey now, contrary to popular belief, us folks over here in Estonia don't live in igloos and we do in fact have summer during summer. No pythons, but we have plenty of vipers to make up for it.

Think it's 15 degrees celcius here right now.


You're from Estonia? I've been to Tallinn - it's a beautiful city. Thought you should know that.
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This thread's title should be changed to 2015.


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Quoted from Dustin
This thread's title should be changed to 2015.


lol! I never noticed! This is why my scripts have so many typos. I must have a reading disorder or just be mental.


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I've just noticed myself... but only because it was in the portal right next to a similar thread with 2015 in it. If not for that, I'd still be thinking it was 2014 every time I visited this thread.


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Quoted from LC
Not kidding. We had one in the compost bin, one in the pool filter box, and now this chappie - could be the same one, although he seems a bit bigger than the other two. It's the red-belly blacks you worry about - this one's not venomous - he'd just squeeze you to death if you annoyed him.  

Now see, you have renewed respect for where you hail. Where is that btw? Antarctica? Estonia? I'm cold just thinking about it.



Quoted from DS
Hey now, contrary to popular belief, us folks over here in Estonia don't live in igloos and we do in fact have summer during summer. No pythons, but we have plenty of vipers to make up for it.

Think it's 15 degrees celcius here right now.



Nope, I'm not quite that far north, Manitoba, Canada... I shouldn't complain, some days are actually close to a balmy 30 Celsius with the humidity right now; we're in the middle of our thunderstorm season. So (luckily) no snakes in the pool filter... but a boatload of frogs do manage to find their way into the skimmer basket... it's pretty gross, lol...


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