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Old 26-06-2013, 09:00 AM   #41
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When I was a little girl my girl scout troop were guests on the Uncle Bob Show at the KGUN 9 studios in Tucson, Arizona.

When we (kids in the studio audience) clapped and cheered it was because there was a guy facing us holding large cue cards that said 'CHEER!', 'APPLAUD!', 'LAUGH!', 'STAND!', etc., while also gesturing with his arms, motioning us to do so. It's something the television audience does not get to see.

It's fake manufactured laughing and cheering just for show (choreographed - for the television viewers).
Yes they use the idiot boards for the audience but many people... or so it seems... seem to give no thought as to what these children are actually doing with their pelvic thrusting etc. They think it's 'cute' when small children do adult stuff...

I remember when I was younger... I'm 59 now... seeing and reading things in the media and society that made me very uncomfortable... for example... when my girls (now 27 and 29) were at primary school, mothers were buying bikini's and crop tops for their girls... I pointed out that it was sexualising children only to be treated like a loony...

Same as porn mags on open display in family newsagents... a watershed time of 9pm... sometimes the sex/violence scenes kick straight in... the obvious double entrendre's used in children's programmes and the pornification of teenagers...

I point it out... they say I'm imagining it... or I'm being boring...
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Old 26-06-2013, 09:18 AM   #42
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Hello Eidelweiss... So Mr Johnny St Vile has appeared... I've been awaiting him...

I think he should be really sinister... I know this is very much a dark comedy but Vile really has to be horrid...

I have always imagined him being completely different in private than in public...

I don't even believe he had a Yorkshire accent off camera...

He could be doing the ritual while somebody else explains what is happening OR the ritual is just that... a ritual... the ins and outs could be explained in a different scene...

I think it would be quite shocking to see the Vile conducting a Satanic ceremony...

The part where he cuts her wrists and drinks the blood... I don't think anything is needed in this scene other than chanting etc....

Then as a total contrast the next scene could have him out in public doing a bungee jump or a run or something with his usual smarmy Yorkshire boy/charity/telly stuff... National Treasure/High ranking Satanist...

Sorry not been keeping up to date but still laptopless....
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Old 26-06-2013, 08:49 PM   #43
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Hello Eidelweiss... So Mr Johnny St Vile has appeared... I've been awaiting him...

I think he should be really sinister... I know this is very much a dark comedy but Vile really has to be horrid...

I have always imagined him being completely different in private than in public...

I don't even believe he had a Yorkshire accent off camera...

He could be doing the ritual while somebody else explains what is happening OR the ritual is just that... a ritual... the ins and outs could be explained in a different scene...

I think it would be quite shocking to see the Vile conducting a Satanic ceremony...

The part where he cuts her wrists and drinks the blood... I don't think anything is needed in this scene other than chanting etc....

Then as a total contrast the next scene could have him out in public doing a bungee jump or a run or something with his usual smarmy Yorkshire boy/charity/telly stuff... National Treasure/High ranking Satanist...

Sorry not been keeping up to date but still laptopless....

Great suggestions. Thanks so much for your input.


It's all good stuff.
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Old 12-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #44
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If you want to see more then vote up my thread.

When I get a five star thread I'll post the next bit.


I don't like writing to the deafening sound of apathy.

I'm willing to post the whole thing for free but I need a bit of moral support.

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Old 15-07-2013, 07:46 AM   #45
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You have my moral support. You always will have it. I know your heart is in the right place, despite the fact that you can be most forthright and direct.

I rated your thread 5 stars from the outset and would gladly do the same again.

Anyone with over 5000 viewings is hardly writing to the deafening sound of apathy. Some multinationals consider one letter to equal 300 of the same opinions. So, there are probably (at the very least) 900 of us who would love for you to post the rest of your great masterpiece here. Besides, are we writing for the sake of numbers and stars or because we love to write and hope to entertain?

You are an excellent writer. You know you are. I love your writing style. Sometimes I wish I could just shake you to make you spill more of it out onto the page! Your style is colourful, flamboyant, all things wonderful! And yet you would deprive us of this beauty for the sake of a star or a rating?

Even if rotten tomatoes get figuratively thrown at us, there is this old saying to consider: Say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.

I say we should take our chances with the rotten tomatoes, Edelweiss. I can guarantee you that a writer of your calibre may face jealousy, envy or even anger, but you will never face apathy.
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I've rated it... I'm really enjoying this thread and you've inspired me to start my writing going again...

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Old 20-07-2013, 02:05 PM   #47
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I've rated it... I'm really enjoying this thread and you've inspired me to start my writing going again...

Thanks. But I think my involvement in this forum is over.

I've been here way too long and lately I've been a bit discouraged at noticing that the silly people outnumber the sensible ones.

Still, I'm going to try to get my script published in some form or other when I move to London.

So goodbye folks, fight the good fight against forum nonsense and crafty pied pipers.

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Thanks. But I think my involvement in this forum is over.

I've been here way too long and lately I've been a bit discouraged at noticing that the silly people outnumber the sensible ones.

Still, I'm going to try to get my script published in some form or other when I move to London.

So goodbye folks, fight the good fight against forum nonsense and crafty pied pipers.
Same is true outside the forum. Maybe have a reconsider..by leaving you worsen the odds..
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Thanks. But I think my involvement in this forum is over.

I've been here way too long and lately I've been a bit discouraged at noticing that the silly people outnumber the sensible ones.

Still, I'm going to try to get my script published in some form or other when I move to London.

So goodbye folks, fight the good fight against forum nonsense and crafty pied pipers.
Dear Edelweiss,

Please don't say that.

Apparently I'm the cause of this, so please let me make it right inasmuch as I can.

I'm sorry if I disturbed you and later today I will see if a moderator is allowed to delete my posts to your thread - and my story threads with your name.

I didn't realise what a busy person you were. I wanted to write with you, I thought you might enjoy it and find it a fun change as a one off from writing plays.

My sincere apologies for any misunderstanding or unnecessary stress that I might have caused you.

You're one of the best writers I've ever seen and I know your play will be successful. It's truly incredible and your writing style is second to none. You're also a really wonderful person, and I wish you all the best always.

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Old 23-07-2013, 04:43 PM   #51
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Apparently I'm the cause of this, so please let me make it right inasmuch as I can.
News to me.

It has nothing to do with this thread, just a realisation that there is nothing on the forum as a whole except either negativity or people being a bit silly and believing any old nonsense without going to the trouble of engaging their frontal lobes. It has no connection to the forum talent thread or you. I don't quite know how you came to this conclusion.

The forum brings me down and I suspect it brings others down too. When this happens, remaining here is clearly counterproductive to what it is supposed to achieve. However there is a certain thrill to be had from arguing with people all day and everyday, there is one chap in particular here who seems to have no discernible interests apart from this.

When the decent info dries up, and it's all about arguments, then it's time to go.

It used to be better. The forum is in a rut and I don't see any way out of it. There's simply not enough decent contributors. It's just endless arguers or sheep looking for an alien space shepherd to give them all the answers..

I'm gone.

But....

Been watching this a lot lately and am now thinking up a way to incoporate words from the Gospel of Thomas into my play.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqQUHXfqR6I


Like get a character to do a rap of it or something, or use them in some kind of final showdown between the satanic figure who tries to recruit them with a crafty 'speil' which he counters with words from Gospel of Thomas. Dunno, mulling over the angles.

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News to me.

It has nothing to do with this thread, just a realisation that there is nothing on the forum as a whole except either negativity or people being a bit silly and believing any old nonsense without going to the trouble of engaging their frontal lobes. It has no connection to the forum talent thread or you. I don't quite know how you came to this conclusion.

The forum brings me down and I suspect it brings others down too. When this happens, remaining here is clearly counterproductive to what it is supposed to achieve. However there is a certain thrill to be had from arguing with people all day and everyday, there is one chap in particular here who seems to have no discernible interests apart from this.

When the decent info dries up, and it's all about arguments, then it's time to go.

It used to be better. The forum is in a rut and I don't see any way out of it. There's simply not enough decent contributors. It's just endless arguers or sheep looking for an alien space shepherd to give them all the answers..

I'm gone.

But....

Been watching this a lot lately and am now thinking up a way to incoporate words from the Gospel of Thomas into my play.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqQUHXfqR6I


Like get a character to do a rap of it or something, or use them in some kind of final showdown between the satanic figure who tries to recruit them with a crafty 'speil' which he counters with words from Gospel of Thomas. Dunno, mulling over the angles.
Thank you for saying it had nothing to do with me. I was concerned I had caused it because I know how temperamental fine artists can be, and when they feel pressured (which is what I was afraid I had caused you to feel) they sometimes vanish. They can both appreciate and wish to escape their audience at the same time; understandable.

You have been here since 2007. You have provided wisdom, enlightenment, stability, valuable help, wit, humour, crudity (some of it was so shocking and awful I couldn't believe my eyes at first, yet it was so hilarious that I loved it, and I know everyone else did, too! (Well, except perhaps the ones you were addressing. ), magnificent debates, entertainment, encouragement to others who are depressed. You have courage and you have heart. You're one of the best and most exciting posters here. I know you're a quality person and you do what you know in your heart is the right thing to do; and that is why I respect you.

You have this wry, sceptical way of appearing to see the world with the bulldog tenacity of a callous reporter. Your attitude very much reminds me of the character Richard Dees in Night Flier. Like you, he is quite direct.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Night_Flier_(film)

You must watch it sometime if you haven't already.

Your artistic temperament and amazing talent are very much like a fine diamond: scintillating, fiery and brilliant. You have so many fascinating qualities to yourself, again, like a fine diamond.

I have watched the video you posted in it's entirety. It's very moving. I see how aspects of it could be worked into the last half of your masterpiece beautifully.

You said:

"Like get a character to do a rap of it or something, or use them in some kind of final showdown between the satanic figure who tries to recruit them with a crafty 'speil' which he counters with words from Gospel of Thomas. Dunno, mulling over the angles."

I love this idea. Why? Because it would be powerful. Very powerful. At last, good can finally triumph over evil.
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Thanks. But I think my involvement in this forum is over.

I've been here way too long and lately I've been a bit discouraged at noticing that the silly people outnumber the sensible ones.

Still, I'm going to try to get my script published in some form or other when I move to London.

So goodbye folks, fight the good fight against forum nonsense and crafty pied pipers.
Oh... and you are one of my favourite posters... not brown nosing...

I have noticed a few other posters not around so much lately and I agree that some of the posts have got silly...

good luck with the script tho...
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Baaaah! Speaking of brown-nosing, another ass-licking from Ruthie7032 I see...

Say it while you can if you harbour appreciation and admiration for someone.

One never knows what tomorrow may bring for any of us.
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Baaaah! Speaking of brown-nosing, another ass-licking from Ruthie7032 I see...
It's precisely the dominance of bitter little no-hopers like yourself that have made me realise that as of late, the forum has gone crap.

So enjoy wallowing in it. It's all yours.
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Not sure about the school name though....

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The Fay Sucka Vudras Community school East London.

Miss Neways, the English teacher is addressing a student at the back who is sexually molesting a fellow student who is screaming for help.

Miss Neways : Now I'm going to give you a choice, if you don't stop raping that girl, I'll have to send you to the time-out room. It's your choice! I'm going to leave you to think about it!

There’s a knock at the door and the headmaster Mr Hideaway enter the room. Good morning students. His words and his presence are totally ignored by the class.

Mr Hideaway: Sorry to disturb your lesson Miss Neways. I’ve just received some important news relating to Cecilia Green, I hope it won’t inconvenience you to much to release her to my car, er, I mean care.

Miss Neways: Cecelia, somebody wants to speak to you, would you go with the headmaster please.
Quietly addressing Mr Hideaway Headmaster, I’m having a spot of bother with Simon here, as I’m a new teacher, could you give me a bit of help.

Mr Hideaway: Of course Miss Neways always willing to help new staff deal with behaviour difficulties. What you have to do is complete the correct form and submit it to the weekly behaviour committee. You can find the correct discipline form outside the school office. Miss Neways seems a bit disappointed. On second thoughts, don’t worry about it Miss Neways, I’ll take care of everything. Miss Neways smiles and is visibly encouraged. Turns to look at Simon What I’ll do is I’ll send a student courier along with the correct form.

Miss Neways bemused and returns to her early disappointment: Oh...Er....

Mr Hideway: A pleasure, that’s what I’m here for. Turning to Cecila Green. Come with me young lady, I’ve got some good news for you! Your ticket out of here!

Cecelia leaves the room with Mr Hideaway. Miss Neways looks watches them as they leave the room. She then turns to the back of the class again and with a sigh addresses Simon at the back of the class.

Miss Neways: So you're still raping that girl. I thought I'd made myself clear about your choices. You had the choice to continue raping the girl and go to the time out room, or stop raping the girl and stay in the classroom. I am disappointed that you have chosen to continue to rape the girl, therefore you have chosen to be sent to the time out room to cool off for five minutes. Now Simon, I would like you to go to the time-out room, remember that was your choice.

Simon: Suck my dick Miss!

Miss Neways: Now Simon, I'm disappointed that you have chosen to speak to me like that so I'm going to have to give you another choice.....


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Mr Hideaway’s office. The walls are soundproofed and the windows triple glazed to protect Mr Hideaway from the sounds and noises, and any general inconvenience of a large secondary school, which might otherwise disturb his rest. In addition a ferociously unpleasant and uncooperative personal security member of staff is stationed in a small room outside Mr Hideaway’s office to ensure nobody gets to speak to Mr Hideaway unless he specifically wants to do so, which is very rare.

Mr Hideaway: Sit down please Miss Green.

Mr Hideaway gestures to the chair in front of his desk and Cecilia silently takes a seat.

Mr Hideaway: Do you remember making an application to join the Virgin Wood’s drama school?

Cecilia: Yes sir.

Mr Hideaway: Well. I am pleased to inform you that you have been accepted. That’s good news isn’t it?

Cecilia: smiles with surprised pleasure Yes sir. It’s fantastic. Wow, I can’t believe it.

Mr Hideway: Why not? You’re just what they’re looking for. A pretty, well mannered, pleasant and eager little girl. Just what they’re looking for. Mr Hideaway looks long and hard at Cecilia I used to tread the boards as a younger man you know.

Cecilia: successfully feigning interest Oh?

Mr Hideaway: Indeed. Before all this. gestures around him. Yes. Lost in thought. Remembering himself. In fact it appears we have a mutual friend Miss Green and it is to him that you owe your good fortune. He is a special friend of mine with whom I share a common bond. He is a member of my local club. Mr Hands!

From out of a shadow in the corner of the room a tall thin grey man with long fingered hands emerges towards Cecilia with his hands outstretched. Cecelia visibly jumps with surprise but maintains her composure and raises to shake hands with Mr Hands. Cecilia smiles wanly visibly creeped out by the sepulchral Mr Hands.

Mr Hands: So pleased to meet you at last Miss Green. My friend Mr Hideaway has told me so much about you. It is to him you owe your acceptance to our special school. He spoke of you in such glowing terms and made it quite clear that you are just the type of fresh young person we are looking for.

Cecelia proffers her hand to Mr Hands who instead reaches out with his arms and takes Cecelia by the shoulders.

Mr Hands: Poo-poo Miss Green. You’re going to be an actress now. You can dispense with such formality among fellow acting friends. He kisses her on both cheeks. There we are. Lovely and fresh.

Cecilia raises an eyebrow and scarcely perceptibly, gives him and Mr Hideaway a satirical look which clearly shows that she understands what kind of common bond these two ‘gentlemen’ share.

Cecilia: Thank you Mr Hands for giving me this wonderful opportunity turning to Mr Hideaway and thank you sir for.... pauses while she struggles to think of something...

Mr Hideaway: Think nothing of it Cecilia dear. It’s my job it’s what I’m here for.

Cecilia: smiling Absolutely.

Mr Hideaway: Mr Hands thinks you could probably join before the end of term. That way you’ll be settled in before next term starts.

Cecilia: Confused But what about my exams Sir? I need to sit my exams.

Mr Hideaway: Oh don’t bother yourself about that Cecilia, the education you’ll get with Mr Woods is a hundred times better than the worthless runaround you’ll get here. Count yourself lucky Cecilia, gives a conspiratorial wink and speaks soto voce get out of here while you can. Suddenly becoming grave and serious. There’s nothing for you here.

Mr Hands rubbing his hands: What do you think Cecilia? Would you like to join us straightaway? The sooner we get started the sooner we can work on making you a star and we can put all this with a gesture which not only encompassed the school, but the whole district behind us.

Cecilia: Appealing to Mr Hideaway But what about my friends Sir, I must say goodbye to all my friends.

Mr Hands: grinning Come come Miss Green. There’s no need to be concerned. After all, you’ll soon have something much much better than ‘friends’.

Cecilia: considering I think I would like to start next week, that way I can say good bye to my friends and tell them what’s happening. They’ll be so pleased. But it’s a shame they can’t come with me though.

Mr Hands: Very well Miss Green, we can accommodate you. But next week you must be ready to start with us so we can get you into the right condition and get you used to.....our ‘system’. Don’t worry about missing your friends Cecilia. We’re you’re friends now.

Cecilia gives a wide eyed satirical look which she times so the two men don't notice, more for her own amusement and an attempt to create some mild gesture of opposition to their oily impositions.

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