HAHAHAHA Oh my gosh!!! I just busted up laughing!! <br>Give you guys a few pixles and you get dangerous.<br><br>As far as my scripts seeing the light of day, nope. I have my fingers crossed. I had a scrpt copied and they did a bad job of it too. All my stuff is registered with the Screen Writers Guild, but until you make $2500 on a script, you can't become a member. But you can register with them.<br><br>I submitted one of my scripts to a local production house and a month later the London office of Miramax is calling my agent about packaging a deal. Nothing came from it. It boils down to Hollywood being a lot of talk and not much action. We'll talk, we'll do lunch, my people will call your people. Yeah, yeah, what ever.<br><br>But the scripts are still making the rounds. Who knows, one of them may end up on the right desk. <br><br>The thread killer
So there I was. I was really in the groove tonight. I had this hot chick and we were at her place. I knew I was gonna score cause she hadn't maced me yet.<br><br>She went in to the other room to 'slip into something more comfortable.' She was this super thin, curvy babe. Then she came into the room. This was when I got a lesson in the secret of womens clothing. I had heard of the push up bra, but I never knew there was such a thing as a push up dress. <br><br>She was wearing a clingy satan teddy. The only reason it was clingy was because it couldnt get out of the way of her body fast enough. At first I thought she was just carrying the mattress into the room and she was behind it.....<br><br>Well, never let it be said i'm not a man of action. If it's action she wants, then it's action I'm gonna give her. Five minutes later I had this chick sweat'n and breath'n hard. That's cause I took off for the front door like a greyhound at the starting gun. She was doing the Six Million Dollar Man leap over the couch and running like Forest Gump. I was almost at my AMC Pacer, (what a machine) when she caught up to me...<br><br>The ending in the next issue.<br><br><br><br>The thread killer
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