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Don
Posted: January 27th, 2007, 4:22pm Report to Moderator
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So, what are you writing?

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Writers are revealed.

Code Five by Matias Caruso (mr. z) - Short, Sci Fi  - In a future where robots govern the human race, the success of the imminent human uprising depends on a pop-corn machine. 17 pages - pdf, format

Crunch Crunch by Michel J. Duthin - Short, Sci Fi  - Crunch Crunch or a weird use of a popcorn box. 4 pages - pdf, format

Intelligent Design by James McClung - Short, Sci Fi  - A movie theater tests a brand new state-of-the-art popcorn machine with the ability to recycle waste into fuel but things go horribly wrong when human DNA gets thrown into the mix. 12 pages - pdf, format

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Popped
by Spencer McDonald - Short, Sci Fi  - Travellers search for their loog lost galaxy. A fatal coordinate leads them in the out door and face to face with a hungry clan of microwave pop corn feeders. - pdf, format

Pop Goes the Robot by Tyler Higgins (Higgonaitor) - Short, Sci Fi , Comedy - Karens having a double-uber-clutch birthday bash!  But will her nasty robot chef ruin everyones good time? 10 pages - doc, format

Popcorn 4994 by Helio J Cordeiro - Short, Sci Fi  - The Popcorn 4994 travels through out the outer space without its crew to know the danger they are submitted at. 7 pages - pdf, format

Popheads by J A Parker - Short, Sci Fi  - A group of teens hang out in their apartment experimenting with Popco, a galactic illegalized drug. Meanwhile, a dangerous situation brews between two Popco dealers and a potential buyer as accusations and guns start flying around. The story soon builds to a tense and thrilling climax.  15 pages - pdf, format

Popped by Michael Cornetto - Short, Sci Fi  - A young man, trapped in a cell with an apathetic group of people, tries to escape. 11 pages - pdf, format

Portal Potty by Steven R. Scheer (Sryknows) - Short, Sci Fi , Comedy - Two gentlemen discover that their toilet contains a portal to hell. 13 pages - pdf, format

Precious Popcorn by Pia - Short, Sci Fi  - A young boy makes a wish to a couple of aliens, the wish turns into a burden, but redemption comes from the faith of believers. 8 pages - pdf, format

The Rainbow Express by Steven - Short, Sci Fi , Popcorn - A Space merchant is hunted by a ruthless Bounty Hunter. 8 pages - html, format

Wasteland by Jordan Wiebe (theboywhocouldfly) - Short, Sci Fi  - After a nuclear holocaust, an outbreak of mutation occurs, and the only thing that can stop the change is the world's favorite snack. 11 pages - pdf, format

What Starts With "P" and Ends With "-orn"? by Sean Elwood (thedeadwalk2nite) - Short, Sci Fi  - Henry has trouble trying to write a 15 page sci-fi script about popcorn in a week's time.  8 pages - pdf, format


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wow, spencer sure had a lot of free time on his hands


I fixed that.  I cut and pasted to quickly and it looked like Spencer wrote them all.

Don


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Better to die with vodka than with tedium!

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Hey Jordan, give Don a time, man. he is tired! God had 7 days, man!
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Hahaha  I knew Jordan wrote Wasteland.  

Good job to everyone.  While some didn't grasp me, it's still an accomplishment to write a short in a week on science fiction and popcorn.  Kudos.

I did write one, but didn't submit it as I felt it was too dirty.  Perhaps at a future time I shall send it in.


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Helio
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I did swear that Popcorn 4994 belonged Don!
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Who? Please!
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How does sryknows always get Me?


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James McClung
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Man, my guesses were way off. I was only able to guess Helio, Jordan, and Sean and Sean said his would be obvious to figure out. Oh well, at least I was able to fool a couple folks into thinking Bert wrote my script, hehe.



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chism
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Well, mystery solved. Until the next OWC at least.


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Well, must say, I was off with most of my guesses. But, again, this was a great challenge that gave everyones imagination a test, and everyone who participated gets thumbs up, as do the ones who didn't but still gave some reads.



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Quoted from Higgonaitor
How does sryknows always get Me?


Inside information. Sorry to inform you that someone very close to you may be on the take.

No, I don't know how someone could NOT know it's you. To me, you're style's even easier to tell than Helio's.


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Damn it. I couldn't get to finish mine in time. Barely got to pg. 3.

aaaahhhh...School....
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Anyway, I should admit that one was rather hard to do.

Michel


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Oooo, I was way off with both my guesses. I really need to start reading more.


Shorts:
I Named Him Thor
Footloose, Cut Loose
Tainted Milk
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Do you believe me now, Ape?

I told you I didn't write one and you didn't believe me!

Do you believe now, Ape? ARE YOU A FREAKING BELIEVER??????


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