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4.05 - Cyborn by Mark Renshaw writing as Isacc Avitoff - Short, Sci Fi - An android uses a pair of dice to help him choose random memories to relive as his power supply runs out.
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2.95 - Eeny Meeny by Dustin Bowcott writing as Alice Walker - Short, Drama - An octogenarian struggles with the guilt of her past.
2.94 - The Numbers of the Beast by Warren Duncan writing as Daenerys - Short, Drama - A priest thinks God talks to him in a unique way.
2.90 - Skip by Gary Howell writing as Joe Blow - Short, Drama - A woman finds it difficult to communicate with her mother, but will that change when her great-granddaughter comes for a visit?
2.80 - Sunset View by Pia Cook writing as No Title Page! - Short, Drama - Two men living at a retirement home approach the end of their lives with completely opposite attitudes.
2.76 - On a Pair of Dice by Dena Mckinnon writing as Jon Swift's Long Lost Love Child - Short, Drama - A visitor is mistaken for someone he isn't.
And the rest
Leave Me The Hell Alone by Cooper Knight writing as Blank - Short, Comedy - Jackie just wants to take a nap but first his annoying roommate will have to go.
Holy Roller by John Staats writing as Rollin' Bones - Short, Drama - A shooter has more than luck on his side.
A More Perfect Union by Henry Christner writing as The Widow Jones - Short, Sci Fi, Fantasy - A guest at a country wedding has no intention of forever holding his peace.
Dance Away, Lover by Gary Rademan writing as Marty - Short, Comedy - An elderly woman has an unusual way of showing her affection. The Devil's Dice by Chris Shalcom writing as Ralph Smith - Short, Drama - Hours before the world changes forever, a scientist comes to a church for guidance.
God Does Not Play Dice by Anthony Russo writing as Won Nut - Short, Drama - A retired Cardinal reveals a secret to a trusted friend.
Too Short by Khamanna Iskandarova writing as Blank Space - Short, Romantic Comedy - An aged man tries to hang himself after his lady tells him his dick is too short
G.O.A.T. by David Farnum writing as Jingleheimer Schmidt - Short, Drama - When the greatest boxer of all time grows old, his son is forced to deal with the burdens of his legacy.
Who They Were by Steve McDonell writing as - Short, Romance - The elderly folk of a retirement home find comfort in the simplest of things.
This is Satan by Tyler King writing as A Boggled Mind - Short, Horror - A Sunday School teacher introduces her classroom to the board game, Boggle...unaware that she just opened up a portal for Satan himself.
Blossoms and Dust by Alex Brauck writing as - Short, Drama - When visiting her mother's place, a career woman must realize she made a mistake that she cannot correct.
We Got An A by Sandra El. Watson writing as A. Nonomous - Short, Drama - A jumprope is the harbinger of change for a senior planning to end it all.
Be Devil by Gary Kohatsu writing as Lord Byron - Short, Horror - A teenage girl takes refuge in a church, under the protection of a strict minister. But evil comes in many disguises.
In His House by Dan Campisi writing as Cary GiBax - Short, Drama - After a Priest discovers gaming dice, an Altar Boy tries to show him and his fellow priests that role-playing isn't evil.
Congrats, Mark! I have no idea how you pulled that off in three pages. Masterful stuff.
Thanks to everyone who participated.
I'm gonna do a front page blog post with some mini-reviews of top scripts. I see Mark already has one up but I'll still do one for him.
So, if your script was "Writer's Choice" or "Writer's Also liked" shoot me a PM if you want yours included. And let me know if you have a website link you want included, or any other information you want people to see.