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I never even met the dude.

What a day.

First thing's first- I'm ok.

First this morning I came out of my bedroom and was overwhelmed by a gas odor. But I'm on a pretty tight schedule when I wake up, so I do my thing and get to work. I call the gas company and they tell me someone will be over in an hour. But I'm already at work, I can't leave. So they say no problem- they'll shut off the gas. Well I tell them ok. But what about when I get home, I need gas for hot water and cooking. Ok fine- they say the gas man will come back and turn on everything and light all the pilots once I get out of work.

Great.

The gas man just left. Everything is fine.

I am re writing what was going to be my novella. The story is slightly changed, but now it's a screenplay. There's a lot of downtime at work, so I'm using it wisely. I've got nine page done since this morning. That's a lot of downtime.

I am off to do... something. Either laundry, or a hair cut. I'll see where my car takes me.

I've been dying to use this icon. So I'm gonna.

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One thing: I hate gas.

I'm glad everything is okay.

And YAY for screenplays, at least someone I "know" writes one. I want to but cannot.

:)
The way to approach writing a screenplay is like trying to write a movie. Visualize in your mind where the camera should be pointing, what the characters are doing, a general idea of the setting. This site answers a lot of questions about formatting and such.

I've tried but when I put the "shot" into words it sounds funny.
Thanks for the site! I'm sure it will help me loads. :)
Well I usually don't say shot. I use ES for establishing shot. Camera pans left, right, zoom in, out. I use frame a lot too.
The icon rocks!

..I'm a sucker for graphic violence :/