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Ice Bucket Challenge {script}

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Ice Bucket Challenge {script}

                 Ice Bucket Challenge                              By                       Jonty Levine                    (working script) 1 EXT. GARDEN - DAY We open on a handheld camera shot of the back garden. The shed door is vaguely visible, as is the washing line. JONTY stands beside an EMPTY BUCKET on a CHAIR.          JONTY:          You recording?          ZAK:          Yeah.          JONTY:          Okay, so this is my ice bucket challenge. I was nominated by... nevermind who nominated me. Let’s just get to the challenge. Aaand first thing’s first. (holds up the bucket and shows it to the camera)    
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Nottingham 2064

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Nottingham 2064

Nottingham, England, 6 November 2064. A news broadcast blares out of a TV screen in the Portland Building lobby, except no one hears it, because it's on mute. But the subtitles, generated in real-time to match the news reporter's speech, tell us she is discussing a controversial new proposal from the shadow education secretary that's really blown up in the news lately. This proposal would make university attendance compulsory by 2070. The University of Nottingham still prides itself as a truly international university, with campuses on four continents. But it’s far from special in this regard. In this day and age, many similar institut
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The Map of Chad

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The Map of Chad

“I’m telling you, it works!” “That is such bullshit,” said Luke. “What’s bullshit?” asked Hana as she scooted her chair over to them. Luke picked up the book and showed it to her. “Chad says he can ‘change the real world’ by writing in this book,” he sneered holding something that looked like everyone else’s textbook, somewhat frayed about the edges and open at the world map page. “Like he’s the fucking Death Note of geography or some—” “I knew you wouldn’t believe me,” Chad interjected. “That’s why I changed the
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Glaciation Bomb

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Glaciation Bomb

It was unusually warm for winter. The glaciers had retreated more than ever, causing untold ecological damage to the fragile northern tundra, and disturbing the migration routes of the legendary white whales. But more importantly, it was turning the tide of the battle to the enemy's advantage. They fought well on open land, preferably free from ice. Their forces rushed in to claim ground from the retreating glaciers, and they had enough resources that they could stare us down for long enough, and we'd most likely starve to death before they did. "This isn't war. This is a slaughter," muttered General Ragnar, while his officer paced slowly ar
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Human-point-oh

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Human-point-oh

Everyone was saying this’d be the best thing to happen to humanity since opposable thumbs, or some other huge milestone. This 'update' was going to carry us to a new plane of existence. Or possibly destroy us, we just didn't know. I personally didn't buy all the hype - "It's just a point update," I'd say when someone brought up the topic. Don't get me wrong - it was a big deal. I can see why the news channels were covering it 24/7, despite there being nothing new to cover. Of course people took to the internet to speculate. And I saw an interesting essay about how a benevolent god might have planned the update to remove all prejudice f
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Day One

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Day One

Two planets, hitherto sharing an orbit around 90 million miles from the young sun, had been edging ever closer over the last epoch. They shared a mutual twirling dance while comets rained down upon their parched surfaces, peppering them both with holes and coating them with a thin film of water. Eventually however they got too close, and gravity pulled them inexorably towards a collision, every atom of one planet tugging on every atom of the other one. They hit. Though the smaller of the two bodies crumbled first, the impact tore them both nearly to pieces, churning their centres to the surface and burying parts of their surfaces in the centr
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Ode to Carbon {poem}

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Ode to Carbon {poem}

You are my favourite element, C? Four bonds you offer, in strength and security There is no element that you, carbon, will not embrace So from the diamond on my ring to my true love's face You make everything that matters in my life Your covalent bonds could not be cut with a knife Stronger than ruby, topaz and quartz And every organic compounds depends on your supports For it would not be organic without you, carbon So much more reactive than neon and argon If not for this fact, there would be no life Carbon, I wish to make you my wife So much more faithful than a human lover I only want atoms under my bed covers That collection of atoms may
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Ice Bucket Challenge {script}

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Ice Bucket Challenge {script}

                 Ice Bucket Challenge                              By                       Jonty Levine                    (working script) 1 EXT. GARDEN - DAY We open on a handheld camera shot of the back garden. The shed door is vaguely visible, as is the washing line. JONTY stands beside an EMPTY BUCKET on a CHAIR.          JONTY:          You recording?          ZAK:          Yeah.          JONTY:          Okay, so this is my ice bucket challenge. I was nominated by... nevermind who nominated me. Let’s just get to the challenge. Aaand first thing’s first. (holds up the bucket and shows it to the camera)    
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Nottingham 2064

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Nottingham 2064

Nottingham, England, 6 November 2064. A news broadcast blares out of a TV screen in the Portland Building lobby, except no one hears it, because it's on mute. But the subtitles, generated in real-time to match the news reporter's speech, tell us she is discussing a controversial new proposal from the shadow education secretary that's really blown up in the news lately. This proposal would make university attendance compulsory by 2070. The University of Nottingham still prides itself as a truly international university, with campuses on four continents. But it’s far from special in this regard. In this day and age, many similar institut
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The Map of Chad

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The Map of Chad

“I’m telling you, it works!” “That is such bullshit,” said Luke. “What’s bullshit?” asked Hana as she scooted her chair over to them. Luke picked up the book and showed it to her. “Chad says he can ‘change the real world’ by writing in this book,” he sneered holding something that looked like everyone else’s textbook, somewhat frayed about the edges and open at the world map page. “Like he’s the fucking Death Note of geography or some—” “I knew you wouldn’t believe me,” Chad interjected. “That’s why I changed the
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Glaciation Bomb

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Glaciation Bomb

It was unusually warm for winter. The glaciers had retreated more than ever, causing untold ecological damage to the fragile northern tundra, and disturbing the migration routes of the legendary white whales. But more importantly, it was turning the tide of the battle to the enemy's advantage. They fought well on open land, preferably free from ice. Their forces rushed in to claim ground from the retreating glaciers, and they had enough resources that they could stare us down for long enough, and we'd most likely starve to death before they did. "This isn't war. This is a slaughter," muttered General Ragnar, while his officer paced slowly ar
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Human-point-oh

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Human-point-oh

Everyone was saying this’d be the best thing to happen to humanity since opposable thumbs, or some other huge milestone. This 'update' was going to carry us to a new plane of existence. Or possibly destroy us, we just didn't know. I personally didn't buy all the hype - "It's just a point update," I'd say when someone brought up the topic. Don't get me wrong - it was a big deal. I can see why the news channels were covering it 24/7, despite there being nothing new to cover. Of course people took to the internet to speculate. And I saw an interesting essay about how a benevolent god might have planned the update to remove all prejudice f
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Day One

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Day One

Two planets, hitherto sharing an orbit around 90 million miles from the young sun, had been edging ever closer over the last epoch. They shared a mutual twirling dance while comets rained down upon their parched surfaces, peppering them both with holes and coating them with a thin film of water. Eventually however they got too close, and gravity pulled them inexorably towards a collision, every atom of one planet tugging on every atom of the other one. They hit. Though the smaller of the two bodies crumbled first, the impact tore them both nearly to pieces, churning their centres to the surface and burying parts of their surfaces in the centr
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Spotlight

Wormworld

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Artist // Hobbyist // Varied
  • Aug 19
  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 8 years
  • He / Him
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My Bio
As a child, I never liked writing stories. Now I am an author. My head is filled with the first drafts of at least five novels. I still haven't give up my love of drawing either, if I could only find my pencils.

Favourite Visual Artist
J. M. W. Turner
Favourite TV Shows
Doctor Who, Stargate, Game of Thrones, Gurren Lagann, Crest of the Stars
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Pink Floyd, The Shins, Bruce Springsteen, The D Project, Sigur Ros, Kaipa
Favourite Books
Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife, The Amber Spyglass
Tools of the Trade
13-inch Macbook Pro (for my writing), pencils and paper (for my drawings)
Other Interests
Photography

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Thanks for the fave
Thanks for the watch :)
Hi! I love your gallery <3 If it's not too much trouble, I would appreciate it if you could check out my gallery!
Thanks for adding ANIMA - No human soul to your favorites. I'm glad you like my art :)
Hi!
I love your stories!
You seem to write stuff about "My life as a...," and those interested me the most. They're very good stories.
Um
Do you take requests?
I only just saw your comment now (I don't check them very much :-/ ). And hey, if you're still interested, or even reading this, I wouldn't mind responding to a request as I've never got one before. Probably best to note me with what you want written, because I'm more likely to see it that way.