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Monday, December 20, 2010

Thank you everyone - posted by Don

On the eve of the Winter Solstice, I thought I take a moment to thank the moderators and members of SimplyScripts. Thank you for your contributions to the site and allowing me to share in your successes. I’d also like to thank the moderators of the discussion board George, Mike, Michael, Nixon, Topher and Steven.

I’d particularly like to thank Dr. Robert “bert” Newcomer who is really the unsung hero of the site. Not only is he an excellent moderator to cleans up and helps throttle the discussions so they don’t get out of hand, but he has on a number of occasions given me sage advice before I stick my foot in my mouth.

Bert and the other moderators do their work without compensation. They also are many times of target of the ire of folks unhappy with the decisions they have made.

So, as a small thanks, over the next month the theme for The Script of the Day will be Bert. I’ll be starting off with scripts that Bert has had a hand in. Starting December 25th will be “The 12 Days of Bert” featuring a work of Bert’s for each of the 12 Days of Christmas.

Thank you everyone for your contributions to this dorky little website.

Don
Webmaster
simplyscripts.com

4 Comments so far

1.

Michael
December 21st, 2010 at 12:15 am

Yay, Bert!

2.

Mr.Z
December 21st, 2010 at 10:44 am

Bert the hero? Someone wake me up from this nightmare! I kid I kid. Thank you too Don!

3.

slapshot
December 21st, 2010 at 7:49 pm

thanks to you, don…your “dorky” little website is a godsend…may 2011 bring you every happiness…

peace,
“slapshot”

4.

Abdullah H. Erakat
January 2nd, 2011 at 7:21 am

I am writing “Simplyscripts” to say thank you for your website.
It is a very useful tool. In fact, I consider it a university for anyone who ever wanted to be a screenwriter or any screenwriter who wishes to make it big.
By taking advantage and accessing the number of screenplays, produced, unproduced, treatments and links — one can become an expert on the most important part of a film – the story, without ever leaving your home — except that is to a sign a contract selling your screenplay.
“To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script.” – Alfred Hitchcock — yes, Hitch, but there’s also a fourth: Simplyscripts.com

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