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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    One Week Challenge    November, 2021 OWC  ›  Who Wrote What and Writer's Choice Moderators: Yuvraj
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Yuvraj
Posted: November 25th, 2021, 6:09am Report to Moderator
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Congrats to all the peeps who participated in this tough and taxing challenge.

Big ups to Rob for writing such an amazing and deserving script.

Also, my apologies to those who felt I was being too harsh with the challenge and were unable to participate as a result.


The Writer's Choice is:

3.3 - Yarn written by Rob Herzog (as Diedrich Knickerbocker)



The Rest are:

3.11 - Santa's Coming written by Zack Ackers and Steve Clark (as Harry and Lloyd)


3.0 - The Change written by Mark Renshaw (as Men O' Pause)


2.909 - Note Worthy written by Ronald Pergola (as Jayne Air)


2.5 - Children of the Candy Corn written by Rick Fyvie (as Rich Pudding)


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Congrats to the writers choice and to all!
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Oh man, I was way off on the guesses! lol. Way to go Rob, Yarn got my top vote!


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Yuvraj, thank you for creating such a mind-melting challenge.

Now it's on to the next hurdle: we've got relatives coming over for Thanksgiving in a few hours and we're cooking a turkey. Lots of pressure not to ruin the holiday.

Best wishes to all.
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SteveClark
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Thanks Yuvraj for the challenge. Good job, Rob!! And congrats to all the rest!


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Congratulations to Rob for writing such a dark, yet entertaining yarn!


Thanks for such a challenge. I feel like a winner just managing to get that submitted as I found it tough. And congratulations to all who entered. I didn't DQ anyone and gave most a good score as they were indeed great entries.


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Zack
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Congrats, Rob! And congrats to everyone else who managed to get something into this challenge.


An example of my writing...

FOR SATAN - short, horror, 14 pgs (revised draft) - A group of thrill-seekers explore a creepy old house on Halloween night. Think you know this story? Think again.
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No worries amigos!

I'll back soon with another one. And it ain't gonna be easy.


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Congrats, Rob!
First time mug recipient, or have one already?

And to Steve & Zack, nice one, guys - my personal fav.  

And to everyone who entered, great job, of course.


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Congrats to all!  Fun Time!  THANKS Y !
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Congrats Rob for Yarn! Loved it!

Fantastic work by everyone that entered. The parameters were the most difficult that I can remember. I came up with absolutely zero so a big shout out and kudos to all the writers.
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A really difficult challenge. Well done. Pleased as punch for all of you. And if I were you I would be extremely intoxicated by now.


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And to Steve & Zack, nice one, guys - my personal fav.  


Thanks Libby. You had us pegged all the way. What gave it away — Christmas or the vulgarity or both? Zack was responsible for the queef, btw.


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Zack
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Quoted from SteveClark


Zack was responsible for the queef, btw.


Oh yeah. I'll own that.


An example of my writing...

FOR SATAN - short, horror, 14 pgs (revised draft) - A group of thrill-seekers explore a creepy old house on Halloween night. Think you know this story? Think again.
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Quoted from SteveClark
Thanks Libby. You had us pegged all the way. What gave it away — Christmas or the vulgarity or both? Zack was responsible for the queef, btw.

Haha! This just had certain trade-marks from both of you, which is a good thing.

My question is: What are you going to do for the Christmas/ Holiday challenge?
It's not far off.  


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