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khamanna
Posted: February 11th, 2019, 1:48pm Report to Moderator
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Ugh, just found out it's more than 40 entries. You people love to write, don't you.

So, I have 3 more after all. Located them already and put a pin on them - today or tomorrow unless I die.
And Sean's entry but I can take my time with it since it's not in the challenge.
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Iíve had to nag my missus to let me have these next few days since valentines is approaching.  Itís annoying how you have to pick between reading scripts or spending time with the missus.


Reading scripts.


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Iíve had to nag my missus to let me have these next few days since valentines is approaching.  Itís annoying how you have to pick between reading scripts or spending time with the missus.


Logline: With a pair of deadlines fast approaching, jayrex must decide if reviewing romantic scripts is worth sacrificing any chance of romance in his real life.


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Gary Howell
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I think my wife would be thrilled if I decided to spend every waking hour at home reading scripts instead of interacting with her.  


My web site and scripts can be found here:

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Dreamscale
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I'm guessing you're talking about me. I didn't say I reviewed them all. I said I was done (reading). I've read them all and scored them all. I haven't reviewed 2 or 3 for various reasons. My intention is to go back and review the remaining scripts, though your reaction (and the fact I obviously skipped yours) gives me pause. This seems to be a rare chance to irritate you with something other than a bad slug...


No, not aimed at you or anyone in particular.  Several peeps have said they're all done, yet I can tell they haven't provided feedback on every script.

Peeps enjoy irritating me...or maybe it's me who enjoys being irritated?  



To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Dreamscale
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Quoted from Gary Howell
I think my wife would be thrilled if I decided to spend every waking hour at home reading scripts instead of interacting with her.  


Yeah...here too!  My girlfriend loves it when I'm out golfing, skiing, away on business, or just holed up in my office reading.

Hmmm, should this tell me something?



To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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No, not aimed at you or anyone in particular.  Several peeps have said they're all done, yet I can tell they haven't provided feedback on every script.

Peeps enjoy irritating me...or maybe it's me who enjoys being irritated?  



Dangit. All you leave me is the slugs then. Fine.

INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS

And.... go!


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Quoted from PKCardinal


Dangit. All you leave me is the slugs then. Fine.

INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS

And.... go!



INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS (1974)



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Quoted from Warren



INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS (1974)



Even better.


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INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS (1974)

(A quiet night)



My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS (1974)

(A quiet night)



If nothing else, I get a good laugh from SS almost every day.



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Dreamscale
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Yes, good laughs, indeed.

Hey, on a more serious note, if anyone is wondering where Mistress Pia has been, and why she hasn't been posting anything for awhile, I can tell you she's fine and enjoying a cruise to St. Martin.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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INT. VALLEY - MOUNTAIN RANGE - LATE DAYTIME - CONTINUOUS (1974)

(A quiet night)



PAT, 30's - 50s, stands tall in the mountain valley.

             PAT
      (sarcastically, looking out over the river, at his goat, stuck on the other side
        of the mountain valley river)
   This is good. Real good.


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60 Feet Under - Low budget, contained thriller/Feature
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jayrex
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Quoted from FrankM


Logline: With a pair of deadlines fast approaching, jayrex must decide if reviewing romantic scripts is worth sacrificing any chance of romance in his real life.


Funny!  Read this out to the missus.  I think she liked it deep down.  


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Quoted from PKCardinal


PAT, 30's - 50s, stands tall in the mountain valley.

             PAT
      (sarcastically, looking out over the river, at his goat, stuck on the other side
        of the mountain valley river)
   This is good. Real good.


We PAN the valley to take in the majestic splendor, then slowly ZOOM IN for a CLOSE UP of Patís crinkled face. Something is rotten in the State of the Mountain River Valley, and itís not the goat.


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