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Subject:Re: an observation about writing From:Tracy Boyington <trlyboyi -at- GENESIS -dot- ODVTE -dot- STATE -dot- OK -dot- US> Date:Mon, 18 Dec 1995 08:31:46 +0000
Stuart Burnfield wrote:
> But how would a programmer/engineer handle the 'obligatory sex scene'?
There would have to be something about male/female connectors.
> Matthew B. Hicks wrote:
> > I bet that if a programmer wrote a screenplay, the hero would, rather than
> > riding off into the sunset, ride off into the setting of the sun.
> Susan W. Gallagher replied:
> > The setting of the sun has been ridden off into by the hero.
> Dan Azlin suggested:
> > if hero=TRUE & sun=Setting then
> > begin
> > sun == horse(hero, ride, 0);
> > Free.horse;
> > end;
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