Where I dump works I haven't sold, for one reason or another
If you came here looking for my article on constructing documents, it's not here, it's here.
Liars always assume everyone else is lying.
Thieves always assume everyone else is stealing.
Those who abuse children always assume everyone else is a child abuser.
Those who conspire out of ill will always assume everyone else is conspiring against them.
Sadly, those with some good in their souls always assume that everyone else has some good in their souls.
So, what do you always assume about others?
I feel obliged to add the following, in honour of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg:
Lazy, indolent, good-for-nothing skivers always assume that everyone else will not do any work without being constantly supervised.
OK, Let's Straighten this Out.
For the purist:
Is that clear enough?
See some of the most-repeated bullfacts Here.
|Grumpy Old Scribe||Sick of listening to bollocks? Come and hear some home truths.|
|My Cat Died||Please don't be heartless. This is very sad.|
|Monday Morning||Don't ask.|
|The Confessional||Clear your conscience, Catholic or not.|
|Improvs 1||How to Eat Proper|
|Improvs 2||Scholarly Romance|
|Recitations 1||All for One!|
|Recitations 2||The Perfect Wedding -- and, due to popular request, the accented version|
Some time ago, I foolishly mentioned in a public forum that I use Word document templates, and have been mithered by e-mails requesting copies and information ever since.
Save me some effort, chaps and chapesses, and download the templates from here.
This next one is a posting to a newsgroup, explaining how to compose a manuscript.
Addendum: Better yet, go Here. He's done a much tidier job of it, and covers more details, although:
Microsoft Word Comic Template
And here is a silly script I cobbled together after a discussion on a bulletin board, which shows one of the ways the template can be used.
To install a template: Open it, modify all the fixed fields (name, address, etc), then "Save As" a document template.
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