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  • Terrance Mulloy
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    Ron Aberdeen; the Simon Cowell of the script world.

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  • Todd Karate
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    Oh, let the guy have his fun.

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  • mikeb
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    Ron -- your posts are getting ridiculous.

    You are not qualified to do this. For DDP to let you do this, and post your links like you're some expert, defeats the whole purpose of what this "community" was supposed to be.

    Especially when you are also running a script service from the blog.

    I for one, do not believe it's fair for you to present yourself as someone you are not. I would bet it costs more to host that pretty website than you've ever been paid through screenwriting, and you should acknowledge that instead of fluffing your "resume."

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  • emily blake
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    Wow. You managed to get all the comments deleted on your thread about your own self-promoting blog. Congrats, you are officially a douchebag.

    I don't believe in writers block. It's all mental.

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  • Ron Aberdeen
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    Dealing with the dreaded Writer's Block.

    Dealing with the dreaded Writer's Block.

    There is no question in my mind that the fear of facing this phenomenon is worst than meeting it.

    It is a bit like people saying, they have a fear of heights, or spiders or any other agoraphobia. Often the fear is worse than the reality.

    This is the opening of my latest Blog visit http://www.ronaberdeen.com/ to read the rest of it.
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