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Fighting Talk - Scripted Blood

Fighting Talk - Scripted Blood
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Nipperty Slim - literati gangster, Auckland
Sunday, October 10, 2004

Simon Pound appears to have caught a wiff of blood in the air:
''In other news, how funny is the intellectual ping-pong between Cohen, Nippert, and the ice skating rink? Barbs flying like a battle on the Nation's letters page, except none of the writers involved are wet and sanctimonious.''
http://fightingtalk.blogspot.com/2004/10/nipperty-slim-literati-gangster.html

Lyndon Hood - aspiring screenwriter, Lower Hutt
Thursday, October 07, 2004

3 QUESTIONS
1. Can you write with clarity, wit, irony and candour?
2. Is writing about cars and researching motoring issues your passion?
3. Can you bring a fresh perspective and language to television factual programming?
If you can answer a categorical yes to each of the above, we would like to hear from you. Forward a full CV and sample piece of writing fully illustrating questions 1 to 3 ...
http://fightingtalk.blogspot.com/2004/10/lyndon-hood-aspiring-screenwriter.html

ENDS

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