[caption id="attachment_11040" align="alignright" width="300"] Image created using Bitmoji[/caption] I meant to post yesterday, but I crashed out of exhaustion. Then I went and swung my sword around for a bit. I had this thought today about writing screenplays and martial arts and came to, what I think is, a decent conclusion. We often hear about how important having the scene headers correct and using proper grammar is. There are teachers that refuse to read further if you have errors like comma splices. Sometimes, it can feel like they're just mean-spirited. The thing is that there are many people like that in the industry. I don't want my work passed over because it was painful to read. As I think about this more, I see the link to martial arts. Budo is life and life is budo after all. What's the link? Commas and whatnot are like etiquette. Sometimes it feels silly to place so much importance on something that seems so small. But small thin
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