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khamanna
Posted: July 14th, 2019, 9:49pm Report to Moderator
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Hey, congrats to all who stuck with it! What determination, you guys are amazing. Writing a script in three days and five weeks in a row, wow wow! No, three wows, wow wow wow.

Some great scripts in the pile btw.
And yey to Warren. A New Present was my favorite out of the ones I read for the last round and I read many more than commented on. But I did comment on 6 entries. Anyway, great job all around, Warren. And, absolutely deserving.

Hey, and Libby's Coming up Roses was the best out of all for me. Just thought I'd note that.

Sean always comes up with fun stuff.

Oh, and John's The Doc is Out is pretty great too. I just need to say it out loud.
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khamanna
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Woah, just saw another list, where it says that Libby and David wrote only two scripts but scored highly despite the number of scripts.

Very nice.
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Quoted from khamanna

Some great scripts in the pile btw.
And yey to Warren. A New Present was my favorite out of the ones I read for the last round and I read many more than commented on. But I did comment on 6 entries. Anyway, great job all around, Warren. And, absolutely deserving.


Thanks, Kham

And thanks all, was a fun ride.


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Congrats, Warren! I said from the start you were the one to beat and nobody could do it. A well deserved win.

Paul, you really brought your A-game and deserve your spot too.

I'm surprised I'm still in 3rd place to be honest, but thankful so many of you enjoyed what I came up with. I wish I had time to massage The Cold Invasion, but alas, I'm happy I submitted it so early since I never got a chance to even look at it again before the deadline. It is the one I'm most excited about turning into a feature, without the aliens mind you. Or maybe with, I don't know.

The overall quality of the scripts was astounding. Big congrats to everyone who participated, even for one round. This was not easy at all. And those of you who managed to tough it out for all five rounds, you're all superstars. I know I felt like I'd run a marathon by the end, I can imagine it's the same for you.

Now...bring on the OWC!  


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Another fantastic OWC, thanks Sean and Don!

I read some great scripts, and is it me or was the overall quality higher?

Congrats to Warren, great achievement and well deserved.

Roll on the next challenge


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The overall quality definitely wasn't higher.


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Finally catching up with this thread.

Big congrats to the top placers - Solid work - and congrats to all who entered, it was brutal but it was fun.

Zack - third place in the final round, bet you're glad I convinced you to put an entry in now lol

Woohoo - 5th place for me   better than I hoped for at the start of the tournament (and probably higher than I deserve). 3 of the 5 scripts I am going to rewrite and add to my portfolio so not bad going at all. I can see vast improvements in my writing, compared to when I arrived at this site, and it's literally all down to you people - so thanks. I learned a lot more from this tourny as well - being able to get so much feedback in such a short space of time is invaluable (if not brutal at times) - so big thanks for Don and Sean for taking time out of your lives to do these sort of things.

Respect to Dustin, Dave, Ghostwriter... and any others, who read and reviewed without having a horse in the race.

Libby - sorry you went through such a horrible time, but glad to hear it's taken an upward turn.

One question - I am grateful, and I'm not turning it down because I'm always in need of constant reassurance and validation... but, why am I getting a mug for 5th? My mother always said to never look a gift horse in the mouth, but I never listen.



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Matt, you got a Number 1, in Round 1, so I'm guessing that's why.
One day I'm going to get me one of those mugs.   One day...

Thanks for your thoughts, Matt. Appreciate it

Dave, I thought Chubb was security and insurance. Ha! Euphemisms abound but it's probably a 'chubby'. See I'm up with it.  

Kham, you sure know how to make a girl feel good.  Thank you! Worth entering just for knowing Coming Up Roses left a lasting impression.

Gary, I'm so pleased your wife is doing okay and has a positive and optimistic attitude. That counts a lot towards recovery. Sending you both continued good wishes and prayers over the airwaves.


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Congrats on your win, Warren. Tough gig. And job well done to all the others!


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor


Zack - third place in the final round, bet you're glad I convinced you to put an entry in now lol



I'm stoked, Dude! I've never placed that high in... in anything. Lol. Thanks for having faith in me. Still super bummed about the terrible double character introduction on the first page. Such an stupid mistake... I thought for sure it would doom the script's chances of placing high.

I really like what I was able to come up with and will be returning to the world of "Husks" in the near future, potentially for a feature.

Congrats again to all who participated and all who continued to read despite not entering a script of their own. You guys are all awesome.

And, Libby, very happy to hear your mother is doing better. Hope her recovery goes smoothly.
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Quoted from LC
Matt, you got a Number 1, in Round 1, so I'm guessing that's why.


Oh I see, I didn't think the single rounds would have counted - I'm glad it did though, I now feel part of the SS family  


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I'm stoked, Dude! I've never placed that high in... in anything. Lol. Thanks for having faith in me.


No Worries - you're a good writer and I always look forward to reading your entries. There's a reason I can spot your entries easily, they always offer something different from the rest - sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't - but you have your own voice.


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Better late than never... Big congrats to the big five and all who participated! This was a fun one to take part of. Don and Sean did an awesome job.


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