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Don
Posted: November 18th, 2003, 11:09pm Report to Moderator
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A Day in My Life by The Goose - Comedy, Drama - Just what it says on the tin...a day in the life of the man they call the goose.  A longer version will be posted soon. - html** format.

Day in My Life, A: Episode 2 by The Goose - Comedy - In today's episode Harry and Randy attempt a holiday to Yorkshire, but end up waging an on going war with an American film director, a geek and a sticky glass. - html** format.


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LOL! 

I understood about maybe one quarter of it, but this is damn funny and way confusing all at the same time, gooseman. 

So you like to rap, do you?
Every girl is sexy or leggy???

Greatest lines ever: 

                              SARAH
                Harry, I don't want any more flirting!
                            (Blushes)
                Now what d'you want?


                              HARRY
                A latte and a blow job, oh plus a packet
                of chocolate digestives.

And didn't know the "your mother" jokes had crossed the ocean????  Yikes......... thought that was just a USA thing.



true love waits... i guess.
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the goose
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Just 'cos I live in Britian doesn't mean it hasn't reached me yet. Also my next door
neighbour's son has a huge poster on his wall with all the different sayins.

Yikes, what didn't you understand? Thanks for the review Lesley, do you have
any scripts up on the site? I like to rap and in my eyes every girl's a chick.
I'll make a rap about you if you want.


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"We don't make movies for critics, since they don't pay to see them anyhow."

-- Charles Bronson.
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the goose
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I just read some of it, and can't see how it could be confusing. (For me anyway).
What bits were?


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I'll look it over again and when I get the chance, will write you an in depth review.


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the goose
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Why...thanks! 


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"A good script is never rejected because of layout or lack of technical jargon. If people like it, then any experienced film or TV PA or secretary can lay it out in professional manner and add all the technical terms necessary"

-- Ronald Wolfe "Writing Comedy"

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Goose-Man...

This is, by far, the best thing I've ever read on this site, and that includes my own hand-wringing crime melodrama (The brilliant stream-of-conscienceness comedy of Alan Holman notwithstanding).  Bravo.  I was laughing so hard I blew snot out my nose.

And yes Lesley...British women have bomb-fucking-bastic bodies...and apparently Harry The Goose-Man knows every single one of them...and they all wanna bang him! HELL YES!

Hahaha...Good shit...I hope you do expand on this.  Fuck action and horror movies.  This is the kind of shit that suits you.  Keep it up.

Man...have you ever read Hellblazer (the comic I mean).  This reminds me a lot of that, minus the horror and boogedy-boogedy shit that goes with it.
Keep it up.  You're better than you know.


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It was fine. Seems Kessler is bent out of shape though, hehe. Keep it up!
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Hell! Kessler, I didn't know "life" was so interesting. I was planning to expand this as a series. Yes of course I've read Hellblazer, it's a fine damn comic. Then again I collect comics, which my friends see as daft but oh well. The "not givin' a damn" attitude of John Constantine is excellent.


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They're making that into a movie you know? Constantine is from hellblazer, right? if that is what you are talking about? Keanu Reeves playing him.
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I know...it's an atrocity.  I've adapted two Hellblazer stories into screenplays you can read on here.  They're posted under Horror I believe.


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Excellent.  Too bad I'm gonna have to cancel on my script, which is also about my life.  Oh well, I'll keep writing it, just to see how it turns out.
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Day in My Life, A: Episode 2 by The Goose - Comedy - In today's episode Harry and Randy attempt a holiday to Yorkshire, but end up waging an on going war with an American film director, a geek and a sticky glass. - html** format.


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Who liked this masterpiece?


Actor trying to write...

"A good script is never rejected because of layout or lack of technical jargon. If people like it, then any experienced film or TV PA or secretary can lay it out in professional manner and add all the technical terms necessary"

-- Ronald Wolfe "Writing Comedy"

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-- Charles Bronson.
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Episode 3 is in the pipeline.


Actor trying to write...

"A good script is never rejected because of layout or lack of technical jargon. If people like it, then any experienced film or TV PA or secretary can lay it out in professional manner and add all the technical terms necessary"

-- Ronald Wolfe "Writing Comedy"

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-- Charles Bronson.
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