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Fri, Apr. 7th, 2017 | 05:50 pm  slavezombie


Competitions for my lame screenplay
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Remember? No? Don't remember. Want more of this gibberish? Split is it? I'm hoping it's gotta some SLAYER tunes as part of the score. Oooh, M. Night Shyamalan. This one should be good. Doubt SLAYER would've given the OK to use a song, tho.

Lime tree's making a brisket. We're waiting for it to be finished cooking in the slow cooker. There's a fly in the house. Pestered me by making fly-byes directly in front of my face — causing me to feel a sneeze coming on. Runny nose. I hate flies. It's not a horsefly, thank god.

6:47pm now, after pausing, rewinding, etc. Totally glued to the set. Crazy crazy crazy. OMG. Lime tree and me are thinking of running down to the 7/11 to get smokes. I'm still drinking my second black & tan.

This bbedit app for coding does make things easier. Ahh, to be able to cocde again in peace. Took me awhile to get back into it. Still don't know how I'll be using the dt table tags. I remember being fascinated over them a few years back. Don't know if I will be able to find those blog entries to review what I'd already learned about them. Seems like it would be easier to just google it all again. Hmm? Google it all. Google'it'll


So far I haven't heard any cool tunes in this movie. It's like, eerie dark monotones in the background whenever something suspenseful is about to happen.

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Aaron Ginsburg is a longtime TV/Film writer, producer and director. His television writing/producing credits include The 100 (CW), The Good Guys (Fox)

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About Aaron Ginsburg Aaron Ginsburg is a longtime TV/Film writer, producer and director. His television writing/producing credits include The 100 (CW), The Good Guys (Fox)
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goin' on six o'clock –– P.M. — WHATEVERS Freaky freaky flick that SPLIT flick is
Sorry for all the gibber–jabber. I downloaded the ScribeFire app for Opera browser and I'm playing around with it just to get comfortable writing code and junk. I't s really quite fascinating how today's html browser will allow a simple copy & paste command carry over junk code which deteriorates the way it displays in the blog when you comment about it. Feeding time.


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