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Antemasque
Posted: January 23rd, 2006, 9:52am Report to Moderator
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HEY! I died. haha.
Yeah i think i know who wrote this too.

This is definitly my favroite so far. Great plot, pace, character haha, everything was just amazing. Bravo my friend bravo.

10/10
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George Willson
Posted: January 23rd, 2006, 10:33am Report to Moderator
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We are freaks about spelling, tho (I'm losing my marbles, not loosing my marbels).  


Apparently not, because...


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You hit the boards at a parody moment.  Glad to have you and you insight.


...don't you mean you and YOUR insight?

Gotcha!


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Maybe the only script so far, where I might have an idea who wrote it.
Good fun, nice jokes. Didn't like the ending though ;(
Well written.
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Told you I'm not the best typist in the world..

That's my excuse anyway..

I previously read 'Simply Noir' but I've not commented on it.. I laughed my ass off that that one too.. Nice one George and Rob Glen Newcomer..

The humorous mention of other board members in that script (English spelling) probably prepared me for what transpires in 'The Great Brain Robbery'.. The writer definitely got a handle on you guys..

Good to have parody, should do more of this stuff..

Now all we need is a Citizen Kane of Simply scripts, full-length screenplay parody..

Now there's an idea...  
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I laughed so hard, I had to get up out of my seat and walk around - hahaha

I didnít even realize until a day or so ago that there was a challenge - shows how well I keep up with things.

Imagine my surprise when the very first one I open has me in it.

Let me just say that Helio is great! This is a perfect vehicle for Helio. Believe it or not, when I first read the logline, I actually thought Helio wrote it -- hahahaha! I thought, only Helio would do an anonymous challenge and submit a script with himself as a character.

Wow. You covered a lot of stuff (and characters) in a short period of time. No doubt, in part because of the quick demises of some. I love how you mixed up various posts of some and produced a coherent dialogue for the story.

Beheaded for breaking a rule? - darn. A spanking would have sufficed - haha

I think this author is perhaps the greatest writer in the world. (<=thatís an in-joke for those who donít know. See SimplyNoir for explanation.)


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Quoted from George Willson


Apparently not, because...



...don't you mean you and YOUR insight?

Gotcha!


I was considering burning Don for this...then I figured, what if he did it on purpose? as a joke? Me think that Don joke with you.


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Don
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Quoted from George Willson

...don't you mean you and YOUR insight?
Gotcha!


Indeed, George got me.  Wow, it was great having him on the boards.  Gosh, I'm going to miss him...



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I was considering burning Don for this...then I figured, what if he did it on purpose? as a joke? Me think that Don joke with you.


Nope, no joke. Pure typo.  Man, I'm going to miss Higg.  He showed such promise.  Pity, really.  


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We are freaks about spelling, tho (I'm losing my marbles, not loosing my marbels).  


Both George and Tyler missed the other typo - 'marbels' vis 'marbles'.  I'm going to miss those guys.

Don


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George Willson
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I thought that was a typo from the other guy's post, which is why I didn't say anything. However, I am updating my grammar guide to reflect the Don way of writing so I don't get hit again.

Oh, and by the way, it's "vs." not "vis."   ...  Maybe I should have kept that to myself?


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Quoted from George Willson
I thought that was a typo from the other guy's post, which is why I didn't say anything. However, I am updating my grammar guide to reflect the Don way of writing so I don't get hit again.

Oh, and by the way, it's "vs." not "vis."   ...  Maybe I should have kept that to myself?


George, you got me.  Actually, I should have writen 'vis-ŗ-vis'  In my family, we use 'vis' as a shorthand for 'vis-ŗ-vis'

Don


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How kan eneone expekt us two have perfekt speling when our branes have been stoleded?


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George Willson
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George, you got me.  Actually, I should have writen 'vis-ŗ-vis'  In my family, we use 'vis' as a shorthand for 'vis-ŗ-vis'


Ah, well you're forgiven for familial traditions in abbreviating stuff.

And as fur spelng

Maik duz havuh poynt.



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-Ben-
Posted: January 25th, 2006, 6:28pm Report to Moderator
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Stop reading this and look above!

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SO wat your saying is, Don wrote this piece?


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Have you been drinking any kind of false tequila today, BenBighoop?
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-Ben-
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Stop reading this and look above!

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Not that I know of.....


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George Willson
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Have you been drinking any kind of false tequila today, BenBighoop?


I think Helio is losing his mind...he's making some really strange non-sensical posts today. Perhaps it is time to have his head examined for sanity purposes.


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