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Deck Hand
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« on: November 21, 2016, 06:31:51 pm »

Pummel,  praise, questions,  and  idea  proposals,  here's  your  the  thread.  Let's  start by by  discussing 'Just  a  story.'  If some  of  my  writing  skills  seem  awry,  I  am  legally  blind.  I  therefore  believe  'edit-edit-edit!' helps make for  good  writing.  I  often  post after  correcting  my  work and  then  correct  again  repeatedly after posting, too.

I  also  believe that  bullying  people  over  grammar is  wrong, too.   Nobody wants to  read something  by  somebody whom flunked  first  grade  spelling. But  I  also  find it disturbing that  people  have  been  made so  paranoid over  grammar, but  they  do the following, too.  Post short, babyish sentences that are  grammatically  correct,  but  simply  slung  together without  any  organization  whatsoever,  also. And as  to  contractions, If  you  cannot use  them,  then don't  use them, also. There is no  crime  in  saying a complex  thing a  simple way, too.  Nor is  there a  crime  in  using  a  big  word to reduce  the  usage  of  punctuation-type  marks, also.

Lastly,  no  official fake  realism. This is  science  fiction.  Why can't  George Washington  drive  a  kerosene-powered four wheeler, or Jesse James be  armed with a Luger pistol, too. I  hope  we  can  have  fun  by  sharing  each  other's  creations.  Y'all stay  safe  and  happy  out  there!

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