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    Hackneyed. A pulp plot married to a cynical (and poor) excuse for a business plan. But, as noted, there are billions of delusional dipsticks out and about. If it can somehow connect with the "Left Behind" sort of extreme dimbulb audience it might actually succeed. That would be a damn shame, as it would encourage more "literature" of this type.
    Well I'm sold!

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    Hackneyed. A pulp plot married to a cynical (and poor) excuse for a business plan. But, as noted, there are billions of delusional dipsticks out and about. If it can somehow connect with the "Left Behind" sort of extreme dimbulb audience it might actually succeed. That would be a damn shame, as it would encourage more "literature" of this type.


    Multiple Oscar nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards:

    Best actress for Theresa Hartley role: WIN !
    ( "I dare say no actress could play her" -- British television news commentator in the book )

    Best supporting actor for Steve Hartley role

    Best supporting actor for British Prime Minister Peter Blair role

    Best screen play

    Best set design : it's tough to beat the whole world!

    Best cinematography: it's tough to beat the whole world!
    ( oh, did I say that already? )

    Best special effects: WIN! WIN! WIN!

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    British Prime Minister Peter Blair
    Who?

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    This thread reads like a train wreck under the christmas tree, where many snow globes and dancing Santas mercilessly lost their frail lives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by empresstheresa View Post
    Multiple Oscar nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards:

    Best actress for Theresa Hartley role: WIN !
    ( "I dare say no actress could play her" -- British television news commentator in the book )

    Best supporting actor for Steve Hartley role

    Best supporting actor for British Prime Minister Peter Blair role

    Best screen play

    Best set design : it's tough to beat the whole world!

    Best cinematography: it's tough to beat the whole world!
    ( oh, did I say that already? )

    Best special effects: WIN! WIN! WIN!
    More power to ya. Then I could say "Hey it's that guy that used to take all that flak. Man, I never thought..." Anyway, hope it turns out .

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    Quote Originally Posted by empresstheresa View Post
    Multiple Oscar nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards:

    Best actress for Theresa Hartley role: WIN !
    ( "I dare say no actress could play her" -- British television news commentator in the book )

    Best supporting actor for Steve Hartley role

    Best supporting actor for British Prime Minister Peter Blair role

    Best screen play

    Best set design : it's tough to beat the whole world!

    Best cinematography: it's tough to beat the whole world!
    ( oh, did I say that already? )

    Best special effects: WIN! WIN! WIN!
    What did I say about delusions?
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    Honestly, I read you story in another thread and I don't believe it's bad. Actually it's good, however the problem is your inability to recieve critiques. I'm not saying you should change your story to satisfy the needs of others, but you should be open minded. I wish you the best in the work with your book

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    How can two people get the best supporting actor role?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadence View Post
    How can two people get the best supporting actor role?
    Anything is possible when you are an empress! )))

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    Originally Posted by empresstheresa
    British Prime Minister Peter Blair



    Who?


    My tribute to Tony Blair whom I admire. He won't mind. Peter Blair is a great guy.

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Scherzer is my tribute to current PM Benjamin Netanyahu whom I admire. I obviously couldn't use his last name. Too obvious.

    PM Scherzer is a great guy too. Theresa writes a letter to PM Blair who reads it to the House of Commons:
    “Dear Mr. Blair, People say I should be given the Nobel Peace Prize for the Israel situation. It should be given to Prime Minister Scherzer. He’s heroic. Anybody would have told him to stay in Israel and prepare for the fight. So what did he do? He came to London to see a girl who had no ties to Judaism, who couldn’t find Israel on a map, who had no interest in politics or war, who might not be able to do anything at all about Israel, who might not even care what happened to Israel. Aren’t politicians supposed to take care of those things? He threw all his chips in the pot and came away with a royal straight flush. Your friend, Theresa.”

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