"Still More of Less is More" - June Contest
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 6/1/2012 10:16 AM
I think I'll have a stab at this, my first MP script entry if I do.
I assume there are no other restrictions other than one page?
Oh, one other thing, I understand you can drop the FADE IN?
Rustom Irani (Moderator) ~ 6/1/2012 10:20 AM
Yes, to both your questions, Bill!
Masoud Soheili (Level 4) ~ 6/2/2012 4:49 AM
It seems I couldnt write without restrictions :)
I need more restrictions,
So ,I will not put in this contest ,but will vote.
David M Troop (Level 5) ~ 6/2/2012 6:11 AM
For me, this is the toughest contest of the year.
One page? It takes my characters a page and a half to say hello.
Masoud Soheili (Level 4) ~ 6/2/2012 7:19 AM
I have script in 1 line :)
I prefer to write for a subject,so I could see how others write for that subject and compare mine to others script
Wes Worthing (Level 5) ~ 6/2/2012 10:13 AM
Can we also drop the FADE OUT?
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 6/2/2012 12:07 PM
David Birch (Level 5) ~ 6/2/2012 1:29 PM
there's two words one should know for this contest...Cole and Haag...
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 6/2/2012 1:52 PM
For those wondering how cool one-page scripts can be - here are the top ten highest scoring in MP history:
"Wheel" Dan Delgado - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=2023
"Tacet" Travis DeStein - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=1007
"Hole In One" Eric June - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=979
"One Saved Message" Chris Messineo - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=987
"Path to Peace" Brian Howell - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=2484
"Re-evolution" Raymond Belair - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=943
"not perfect not forgiven" Kirk White - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=2020
"I love you. Goodbye." Erich VonHeeder - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=2004
"Man of the House" Erich VonHeeder - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=1006
"How To Pronounce Hawaiian" Sylvia Dahlby - www.moviepoet.com/script.aspx?scriptid=2485
Faith Friese Nelson (Level 5) ~ 6/2/2012 3:15 PM
I find one-pagers difficult to write.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 6/2/2012 10:39 PM
Not at all confident about it, though.
Derek Collins (Level 4) ~ 6/2/2012 11:58 PM
I'm a little torn now that I know that we are allowed to omit the fade in and fade out... Do I go with what I have? Or do I try to use that extra space to give my script that little pinch more? Tough call. By the way I didn't want to start a new thread just to say this so I will do it here; man, I am so glad to have stumbled across this community! YOU ALL ROCK!
KP Mackie (Level 5) ~ 6/3/2012 12:07 AM
Glad to have another California member.
Best website ever...
KP Mackie (Level 5) ~ 6/3/2012 12:15 AM
Oh... Sorry Chris. Back on topic...
I love one-page month. Always so many original ideas.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 6/3/2012 1:37 AM
Yes, you can omit the Fade In/Out.
Looking forward to reading your stuff.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 6/3/2012 1:41 AM
Almost forgot... Yes, use the extra space for more script!
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/3/2012 2:06 AM
Flash fiction is hard these days.
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 6/3/2012 3:39 AM
Those are for inspiration, you grumpy whiners.
"The last man on Earth sat in a room. Suddenly, there was a knock at the door.”
Sean Chipman (Level 4) ~ 6/3/2012 12:53 PM
You know, I haven't had an idea for a short in the longest time. Now, I have one that I want to be just a page and it's too long. I need a new idea. =(
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/4/2012 3:12 AM
Will my next script receive a 50 percent poor and 50 percent fair again? Hmmm... I guess I have to find out.
Rich Keel (Level 4) ~ 6/4/2012 12:41 PM
Probably the only contest I enter every year... :) Yeah!!!
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 6/4/2012 8:49 PM
In case you need more inspiration, see what a talented filmmaker can do with a great one page script:
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/5/2012 12:09 AM
I wonder if Dan Delgado allows us to watch his film, Weel.
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 6/5/2012 1:12 AM
"Will my next script receive a 50 percent poor and 50 percent fair"
Ignore the numbers, my fiend, as you would ignore milestones on your trip to somewhere cool. Just enjoy the ride of writing, use the feedback as road signs to stay on the right path, and, before you know it, the female voice of your GPS device will announce: "You have placed first."
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/5/2012 2:09 AM
Haha. I liked that last line you said. But thanks though. Maybe I am focusing too hard on numbers instead of art. I think I may have to enjoy the ride though, and I just thought to myself that writing is art and not numbers.
Ayal Pinkus (Level 5) ~ 6/5/2012 4:51 AM
Ammar, couldn't agree with you more.
Scott Merrow (Level 5) ~ 6/5/2012 8:55 AM
Me too, Ammar. The comments (and the writing experience) are much more valuable than the numbers.
Austin Bennett (Level 4) ~ 6/5/2012 11:14 PM
Am I the only one who heard the female robotic voice say "You have placed first"?
Margaret Ricke (Level 5) ~ 6/6/2012 12:54 PM
Ammar - When you tell your GPS to take the shortest route and she has you driving through back alleys in tiny towns, you do NOT refer to her as "the female voice."
Reginald - Other than that one point, Ammar nailed it.
Rik Battaglia (Level 3) ~ 6/10/2012 11:45 AM
I'm in! One page, yikes! But i'm in. This sounds interesting and a tad difficult, but now it's time to cram. :-D
Faith Friese Nelson (Level 5) ~ 6/16/2012 1:57 PM
I can't come up with an idea. Writing like crazy on another project but can't think of a frigging one pager for this challenge. Somebody puleeeeeez help. I don't have this problem too often and I don't know what to do...
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 6/16/2012 4:52 PM
I know what you mean, every time I see a competition and have to think, ok what shall I write. So far something comes along.
This time, my first scrpt for MP, I have had an idea, it's down and it's entered...but...does it stand out. That, to me, is the challenge with one page. After all we want something that fizzes. Still not sure mine does.
So, best of luck with your thinking
Faith Friese Nelson (Level 5) ~ 6/17/2012 8:42 AM
I've received some good suggestions via email. Still searching... I will be visiting Writer's Digest Writing Prompts today in hopes of tickling my muse. Here's the link in case you're curious...
Ayal Pinkus (Level 5) ~ 6/17/2012 9:24 AM
Faith, I remember you yourself once mentioned (either here or on your blog) that you got many good story ideas while reading a non-fiction book on how to write a story (I have that too). Worth a try?
Faith Friese Nelson (Level 5) ~ 6/17/2012 10:37 AM
I'm in. The Writer's Digest prompts worked for me... :)
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/17/2012 11:57 PM
I dropped out.
Derek Collins (Level 4) ~ 6/18/2012 12:54 AM
First contest here, got mine finished and submitted pretty quickly but now the waiting is the hardest part. Two months before getting any feedback is like torture, at least come the first I will have a new challenge to work on and a new batch of scripts to enjoy reading.
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 6/18/2012 9:05 AM
Never wait for results, always think about your next project and do it. That's tough to do at first, but that's the way of a true Shinobi -- I mean a true screenwriter.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/18/2012 4:02 PM
Think of it as receiving feedback in advance while you're already getting prepared to strengthen the second draft of the new project you're working on.
Bill Clar (Level 5) ~ 6/19/2012 1:17 PM
Finally had a bloody idea come to me. Submitted.
Caroline Coxon (Mod Emeritus) ~ 6/19/2012 3:33 PM
A bloody Idea? Is it some sort of slasher movie?
Bill Clar (Level 5) ~ 6/19/2012 4:08 PM
No. I'm a bit of an anglophile.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/19/2012 4:08 PM
Probably a horror movie.
Masoud Soheili (Level 4) ~ 6/19/2012 11:44 PM
I'm not going to Enter in this contest,
So, If someone wants to collaborating, I could help!
Sean Chipman (Level 4) ~ 6/23/2012 1:04 PM
I finally entered. It took me all the way until my birthday to get an idea but then I write it in an hour. Oh, the irony and how I love the one-pager month... =)
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 6/23/2012 9:33 PM
I scrapped my original entry and wrote a new one.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/27/2012 8:03 AM
We can remove both FADE IN and OUT can we?
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/27/2012 8:04 AM
Ah, nevermind. I see that Chris answered the question. Sorry for the post.
MJ Hermanny (Level 5) ~ 6/27/2012 11:23 AM
Elias Farnum (Level 5) ~ 6/29/2012 4:16 PM
I look forward to reading the entries. And yes, one of them will be from the sinkhole inside my head. Good luck to all.
I agree with Sean, I always look forward to writing the one pager, but it takes over half the month to come up with an idea, but it gets written in a couple hours. Ah, the muse moves in mysterious ways.
JeanPierre Chapoteau (Moderator) ~ 6/30/2012 12:05 AM
Why did I think today (the 29th) was the last day? I was so proud of myself that I thought of the idea at 11:20 and got it out just in time. Oh well, I got something good in. Hopefully. I really enjoyed writing it.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/30/2012 12:50 AM
Same, Jean, but I kept thinking that tomorrow is the 31st when July only has 30 days.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/30/2012 12:51 AM
My idea came into mind at 11:48PM.
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 6/30/2012 1:04 PM
Looking forward to reading these...tomorrow I think.
Hopefully a few more entries will arrive just in time.
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 6/30/2012 6:48 PM
I'm going to write an entry in the last hours before the deadline. I encourage everyone who hasn't yet to do the same. C'mon, it's only one page you can do it.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/30/2012 10:31 PM
Has anyone here ever reviewed all of the More of Less contest in one siting?
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 6/30/2012 10:32 PM
I mean sitting?
Sean Chipman (Level 4) ~ 6/30/2012 10:43 PM
That's probably what, ten hours, if you're speedy? It's certainly possible but I can't imagine why somebody would put them all through at once. They'll all start to blur into the same script and you might not be able to give them a proper review, so you'll have to go back and look at them again, anyway. Interesting question, though.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 6/30/2012 11:22 PM
Good luck, all.
Denise Jewell (Level 4) ~ 7/1/2012 12:03 AM
Dang it! Tried to do the last minute thing and didn't make it. Oh, well. I have a year to shape it up and enter next time! Or, I could add a school teacher to it...
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/1/2012 12:32 AM
Yeah, expand that one page script and add a school teacher.
Felipe D. Machado (Level 4) ~ 7/1/2012 12:15 PM
Damn! I didn't even do the last minute thing. I've been putting the finishing touches on a script for weeks and I foolishly led myself to believe yesterday was the 29th... Oh well, at least I wrote a script I really like. Good luck to everyone who knew how to work a calendar! =D
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/1/2012 8:10 PM
I should have dropped out. I forgot to withdraw it from the contest. While this is going to be my last flash fiction screenplay, I'm going to be writing feature length screenplayls.
Flash Fiction isn't my cup of tea.
Bob Johnson (Level 4) ~ 7/1/2012 10:22 PM
"Same, Jean, but I kept thinking that tomorrow is the 31st when July only has 30 days."
When did they change that, then..?
Khamanna Iskandarova (Level 5) ~ 7/1/2012 11:31 PM
They change that every year. Last year it was 31 - my friend got married on July 31. Her first anniversary is next year.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/1/2012 11:42 PM
I mean June.
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 7/2/2012 2:28 PM
I have to say this format is enjoyable. Whenever I get a few minutes I can pop in and review one or two. Quick and easy yet fun and thought provoking, no wonder it is popular.
For me is is also the first month where I have an entry and am also considering a script for next month. Thankfully i will have August off since not in the feature competition!
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/2/2012 3:46 PM
I screwed up on mines. And I wouldn't be surprised to see what I think the reviews will turn out to be.
Rik Battaglia (Level 3) ~ 7/2/2012 4:23 PM
I'm having fun reviewing these. I will review all 50. :-)
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/2/2012 4:30 PM
I will do the same Battaglia. These are like loglines that you can't stop reviewing.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 7/2/2012 4:30 PM
I've only voted on 3 so far and had 1 Excellent.
@Bill - you're right... you can get in, provide some meaningful critique, and get out in a very short time. Satisfying!
Rik Battaglia (Level 3) ~ 7/2/2012 4:34 PM
@reginald. Well said friend. I love the quick read and emotional reactions I feel, or don't feel ha ha. :-) Oh, I ment i'll review all 49. I can't review mine lol.
Dawn Calvin (Level 5) ~ 7/2/2012 6:39 PM
Something weird happend I voted on one and the title of another one ended up next to the title of the one I commented on.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/2/2012 7:17 PM
Huh? So you're saying that you voted on two stories with the same title right next to each other?
Rik Battaglia (Level 3) ~ 7/2/2012 10:27 PM
@dawn. A two for one. ;-)
Rik Battaglia (Level 3) ~ 7/2/2012 11:04 PM
There, just reviewed all 49. Love the emotions it spawned. Fun! Good luck friends. :-)
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 7/2/2012 11:16 PM
I'm just over half way through and have had a lot of Very Goods!
Wes Worthing (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 9:41 AM
I came across a one pager moments ago that I would be shocked if it didn't make top-cut. The main reason I feel strongly that it will do well, without giving clues at all about the story or genre, is the writer knew exactly the purpose of, and tone of the story. He/she hit a home run and accomplished more in one page than most do with 5 or more. I can't wait to found out who the writer is.
Sean Chipman (Level 4) ~ 7/3/2012 12:04 PM
These one-pagers always tend to have that one brilliant script that makes all the other Excellents you gave away seem... not-so excellent. I'm curious which one it's going to be this year... =)
Dawn Calvin (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 1:03 PM
No, I am saying that I voted and commented on one script. Now, the next script I am supposed to read is down as the title of the one I voted on and the one I voted on is on que be read next.
Does that make sense?
Dawn Calvin (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 1:03 PM
So the one I voted on has the wrong title next to it basically.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/3/2012 5:28 PM
Ah, I see now. That is weird.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/3/2012 5:30 PM
Say the title is of the script you voted for is "MoviePoet," but when you click on the title, the script title on page one says, "PoetOnaMovie?" (That's just an example).
Dawn Calvin (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 6:44 PM
No. The script I voted on has the wrong title next to the comments.
Matthew Fettig (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 8:46 PM
Wes - Almost every time I see a comment like your I think - Wow! Someone really liked my script! Then the results come in and I think - Wow! No one really understood my script at all...
Wes Worthing (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 8:59 PM
Matthew, the same goes for myself :) Maybe I am talking about your script, but I'm the only one who understood it!!!
Matthew Fettig (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 9:11 PM
Wes - There's usually one in the crowd. Maybe we should just vote for each other and consider ourselves winners.
Wes Worthing (Level 5) ~ 7/3/2012 11:13 PM
Matthew, good plan. Don't tell Chris or those goody-two-shoes mods! [coughing] "Rusty" [coughing]
Matthew Fettig (Level 5) ~ 7/4/2012 12:17 AM
I ain't worried 'bout no stinking moderators...all Excellents for you, amigo. Then we make beautiful, amazingly movies from our blockbusting scripts and carry the oro to the bank and count it with gordo cigars smoking our mouths!
Wes Worthing (Level 5) ~ 7/4/2012 12:41 AM
You know, at first I thought you were joking, but now that I know you're serious - I'm in, Matthew!
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 7/4/2012 3:58 PM
Read them all. Now I hope to do it again. Too often I feel I read a script too quickly and with the one pagers we get the chance to review again.
Also I want to check my reviews since my iPad's spell check has previously changed some words making the reviews seem very weird. Apologies to those who have had strange reviews before.
May I just say, there was a lovely variation of scripts. I don't know how others feel, but as soon as I finsih a script for something like this I think, has somebody else had the same idea. But they are all different.
All the best everyone.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 7/9/2012 1:54 AM
Had four "5"s and an awful lot of 4's this time. My average score is slightly higher than the current average.
I honestly think I will get another Fortune Teller badge this month. The 5's really stood out.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/9/2012 6:02 AM
What's a fortune teller bedge?
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 7/9/2012 7:45 AM
Score the top three entries in a contest 'Excellent'.
MJ Hermanny (Level 5) ~ 7/9/2012 4:09 PM
Lots of sketches in here, rather than full stories.
MJ Hermanny (Level 5) ~ 7/9/2012 4:15 PM
Good sketches, some great!
Olga Tremaine (Level 4) ~ 7/9/2012 8:57 PM
I'm almost done reviewing and I must say i gave out a lot of Excellents! I see a clear winner, can't wait to see who wrote it.
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 7/10/2012 2:43 PM
Sketches versus stories, interesting topic for this competition.
I hope I am ok to discuss this in general? I've only entered one "one" page competition before and when I looked at the winners, compared to my attempt, what jumped out at me was I tried too hard, tried to include far too much in a page. Now this can be handled in many ways so I'm not saying it has to be one or two scenes.....at all...but it seems to me that finding the right balance is one of the challenges in this delightful format. Ech story will be different in terms of what it is appropriate.
But, Is it successful to have summarised a five page script into one page or is a one pager something different. Discuss!
Hope it was Ok to say that as I know there is some sensitivity about discussing a competition whilst in progress. Indeed, this is an interesting topic in its own right as I feel that a bit of the energy of reading and reviewing is lost by the difficulty in posting thoughts on what has been read, but that's a different topic.
All the best.
Christina Anderson (Level 4) ~ 7/10/2012 3:47 PM
Gosh. A one-pager IS it's own beast-- but that doesn't mean a longer script can't be reinvented to be told in a page. (mind you, I've seen some really bad full-length movies that would have been better as 60sec flicks)
Although, I'd argue that the new mini-script would be it's own story-- not like a logline of the original, but a story 'inspired by' the source script.
Sean Chipman (Level 4) ~ 7/10/2012 6:13 PM
It kind of depends, Bill. It's insanely difficult to tell a WHOLE story in a single page but there are many stories you can tell in that span. As for sketches, those are usually joke types and I saw those last year. That's, in a way, what these all are. I mean, 80% of the stories in this competition (at least) will be about one single reveal, be it as dialogue or action. They're built upon a single thing. If that thing works, you've got a Very Good or Excellent. If they don't...
That's the way I've seen it, at least.
Scott Merrow (Level 5) ~ 7/10/2012 6:37 PM
Isn't a sketch just a short story?
MJ Hermanny (Level 5) ~ 7/11/2012 5:57 PM
It's a very, very short story!
The five pagers are essentially short stories and they're definitely not sketches. They have more depth, plot and an emotional tug to them.
It's very hard to create emotion, to create feeling towards a character, in one page. (imho:)
Scott Merrow (Level 5) ~ 7/11/2012 9:22 PM
A lot of people have written "This seems more like a sketch than a story" (or words to that effect) in their critiques of my scripts. I've always wondered about the difference. I guess I'm a sketch writer at heart.
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 7/11/2012 10:00 PM
This is an interesting topic, but as you all know, we really try to avoid discussing current contests while there underway (even if the discussion is not specific - it has a way of getting specific).
So, please table it for now and start it up again in August.
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 7/11/2012 10:43 PM
There you are!
Scott Merrow (Level 5) ~ 7/11/2012 11:28 PM
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 7/12/2012 4:25 AM
I appreciate these are the rules but it is a bit of a shame, although I fully accept it has to be managed.
In various competitions i have entered, i often find writers interest and energy is most concentrated when they are reading/reviewing. They read something they like, dislike, unsure of etc and they want to discuss. It adds to the energy.
Once the contest has finished and another one underway I would imagine some of the focus has been lost, especially as spread over a month. Just saying.
Maybe you could have a secure thread for those who have finished reading and wish to discuss topics. This has issues of its own but could permit more flexibility but still be controlled. Just a thought.
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 7/12/2012 9:04 AM
Bill, I do understand and I agree that while the contest is underway, there is more interest in discussing the current contest.
However, we value the anonymity and impartiality of the reviews above all else. And so, everyones is free to discuss the contests the month before voting and the month after, but not during.
I know that kind of sucks, but there it is.
Bill Sarre (Level 5) ~ 7/12/2012 5:51 PM
@ chris...aka the boss
Yeah, a difficult balance to achieve and no doubt experience has come in to play on this matter. From other sites i can see the down sides of full discussion, yet... oh well thats another debate.
All the best everyone for this months challenge.
JeanPierre Chapoteau (Moderator) ~ 7/13/2012 12:46 AM
"Maybe you could have a secure thread for those who have finished reading and wish to discuss topics."
Hehe. Bill, if you only knew the countless discussions we've had about this very statement.
We can only hope.
Caroline Coxon (Mod Emeritus) ~ 7/13/2012 12:12 PM
Why don't people who want to partake in these discussions get together privately, by e-mail? Sort of a bit like Internet dating! :)
JeanPierre Chapoteau (Moderator) ~ 7/13/2012 3:19 PM
We're too lazy for that. We want Chris to do all the work for us.
Ammar Salmi (Level 5) ~ 7/13/2012 3:50 PM
What if there is a button labeled lock that would appear when you finish reviewing all scripts. When you push it you won't be able to edit your reviews or change your vote, but you would be able to enter a thread that discusses this month entries.
Chris would add to the members table in the DB a new column called locked. It has binary value. Every new month the variable is initiated to false. When the member click the button it would be changed to true.
When the member try to modify a review the script will test the locked condition. If 0 he can, if 1 he can't.
A new thread titled: "Still More of Less is More #072012" or something will be created by Chris. Visible to everyone, but accessible only to the members who have the locked variable set to true. For this we will modify the forum script to perform this test:
If the thread title contain "072012", which is auto-generated by combining the month and the year, it would test the "locked" variable of the member. Yes, he's allowed in, no he's redirected into a pit full of snakes or something.
Next month the thread code will change automatically to 082012 and anything with 072012 will be accessible to everyone. That allow members to create VIP threads just by adding the current month code which might motivate other members to finish reviewing and join in.
Just a thought... and a bit of showing off my algorithmic skills. B)
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/16/2012 4:46 PM
Hey. Has anyone ever had a rewrite underway to their story, like the More of Less is More in advance?
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 7/16/2012 6:57 PM
Ammar, I appreciate the thought and your "algorithmic skills", but I'm afraid I don't have any time at the moment to add any new code.
David M Troop (Level 5) ~ 7/18/2012 11:49 AM
Back on topic...
Great collection of short- shorts this month.
Good luck to all!!!
Margaret Ricke (Level 5) ~ 7/20/2012 10:36 AM
I just passed the half way mark and I'm determined to finish them all. Reviewing these one-pagers is what I'm doing when I need a break from the rest of the world.
This month is going to be very close, people! Good work!
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/25/2012 4:11 AM
I've reviewed everything. Those are some nice short scripts. I might go back and re each one to make sure that I'm not missing anything.
KP Mackie (Level 5) ~ 7/28/2012 2:19 AM
Done. Lots of fun this month.
Good luck everyone!
Tim Westland (Moderator) ~ 7/31/2012 2:58 PM
good luck to all. I really enjoyed so many of these.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 7/31/2012 11:58 PM
I have a question. If one of my scripts happen to be one of the top three, and I guessed the other two winners, how would the fortune teller crown be awarded?
Chris Messineo (Founder) ~ 8/1/2012 12:10 AM
You can't get the fortune teller achievement if your own entry is in the top three.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 8/1/2012 12:19 AM
Oh cool. Just curious. Thanks
Margaret Ricke (Level 5) ~ 8/1/2012 3:39 AM
Really good stuff, people, as usual. Sorry I didn't get to all of them.
Reginald McGhee (Level 0) ~ 8/1/2012 3:47 AM
Those are some cool. But those stories would have been better if you entered too, Margaret.