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Gaara
Posted: January 25th, 2006, 9:04pm Report to Moderator
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Wiggle Wiggle BOOM

Great. I would say more but I'm still laughing

They go WIGGLE WIGGLE and the town goes BOOM


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Don
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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.


Helio is one of the few sane among us.  Actually, Heilo is asking this of someone who thinks that I (Don, dorkmaster) wrote the script.  

The revelation of who wrote what will not happen until the year of the Dog.  

Don




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Stop reading this and look above!

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Isn't Don allowed to write scripts? geez. it IS his messgae board.


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This was really great, good job whoever you are. Many funny bits. The part when...

SPOILERS

...Phil talks to the camera followed by the author´s apologies is excellent; had me laughing for a while.

And the main idea, Don´s evil plan, while it´s very crazy, is quite good and makes a lot of sense for this kind of comedy.

A very nice read.


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Posted: January 26th, 2006, 9:23am Report to Moderator
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quoted from Don

"Helio is one of the few sane among us.  Actually, Heilo is asking this of someone who thinks that I (Don, dorkmaster) wrote the script."  

That's right, master. Now, g'me the orders, master I'll exterminate all of that insanes!
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I think you are of the female persuasion.


Are you saying I write like a girl?

Haha, I thought yours was written by a woman too. Weird.

Thanks everyone. I'm glad you got a laugh out of it.

SPOLIERS



I can't take credit for the dialogue since most of it came from you guys, plus a couple of movie quotes that people either missed or didn't mention. When Andy reads this she'll probably recognise the last words she hears from a certain 80s classic.

I hope nobody was offended by this. I thought it was only fair that I killed everyone.

Thanks to Helio for the inspiration. I almost didn't enter but his comment about ninjas set the ball rolling.

Seems like most people guessed it was me. I'll try and be more cunning next time.

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It's your description, Martin...

As soon as I looked at the first page, I knew it was you.  The two lines at a time of description, which always seem to go by so quickly yet say so much.    


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Martin? I thought Breanne wrote this for sure.


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Posted: January 29th, 2006, 9:15am Report to Moderator
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Martin, Martin, Martin! Thanks a lot served you as inspiration! Welcome, buddy!
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......"Ferris Bueller's on line 2!"   LMAO!

Oh. My. God. This was sooooooooooooooooooooooo funny. Too funny. I need to re-read it cos it's that good funny. Wow. I'm very impressed, Martin.

Hee-hee, thanks for my cameo, oh my godness, you remembered my OCD with door handles of the world. Big points for that, and I still have this issue now. Even last night, I was inside my house, before bed, lifting the handle 30 times. I have issues. I need help. However, camping in a tent didn't phase me. Zip-zip, and I was outta there. Go figure.

Anyway! This was a very easy read. It had a nice fast pace and you captured many of the regulars' online personalities, and a few offline ones too. Very well done.

Loved the storyline, loved the dialogue and think you merged the western theme nicely with the forum parody stuff.

No flaws to be found and dammit, I wish I could write this well.

Now I'm off to see a man about a trunk that needs replacin'....

Wiggle, wiggle, weeeeeee was it funny!

Andy xxx
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This was pretty funny, it kept me laughing(I hope it was supposed to be funny).  this was kinda like a western kill bill, lots of chopped of heads and such.  I liked the talking decapitated head at the end, that was probably my favorite part.  great stuff.  keep up the good work.


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I enjoyed reading it, not much to say that hasn’t been said.

This short needs a little more dialogue especially with Breanne and Helio’s characters since they are main characters and Don needed a scene or two at the beginning, usually when a character is revealed so late they don’t pack as much shock value as they would if we actually knew them.

But the story was pretty funny; I wasn’t really sure what was going to happen until it happened. The Ninja was a nice touch, gotta love ninjas.

You probably could have had the decapitated heads annoying Don with questions before Helio came after him, that would have been hilarious.


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let me see if i understand. the great brain robbery  is not availaable for reading because you,re behind posting to the site. how did all these people already read it and comment on it?????  or do i not understand  how to get to the material. i tryed every which way to bring it up but no go.  help!!!!!
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Quoted from doowop
let me see if i understand. the great brain robbery  is not availaable for reading because you,re behind posting to the site. how did all these people already read it and comment on it?????  or do i not understand  how to get to the material. i tryed every which way to bring it up but no go.  help!!!!!


The file opens fine.  Just checked.  It's a funny script, too.  Go to Don's first post and click on the title of the story itself -- in bold -- that's the link to the story.

Can you open a PDF file?  That might be another problem.  If you don't have the reader it's free just google it and you can get it in a coupla' minutes.

You should use less punctuation.  It reads like you are yelling.


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Thanks for the reads, guys.

doowop, you should be able to open the file if you have Adobe Reader, as Bert says it's a free download. I'm not sure you'll find it all that funny unless you know some of the regular posters on this forum. It's a parody of Simply Scripts.
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