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Friday, March 11, 2011

Voting: "Five Soldiers, Four Whores, Three Lovers & Two Killers"

War? Sex? Love? Murder? It's all in the past. Posting is now closed and voting is now open.

Everyone needs to list their Top 3 in the comments.

There are 2.5 days to vote and that the winner will be announced on the 14th. That means voting closes at noon, GMT, on the 13th.

Voting Reminder: Multi-part entries are voted for as A SINGLE ENTRY in its entirety. Do NOT vote for "Entry, Part 3" or "Entry, Part 7." Vote for "Entry."



  1. Everyone, go visit William the Redd and suggest a punishment to be put on YouTube.

    Just sayin'

  2. 1. Tom - "Soldiers, Whores. Lovers, Killers. And Everything In Between."
    2. Patti - "Checkmate"
    3. Baino - "Horrible Peas in a Horrible Pod"

    Overall, Tom was the clear best of the bunch. Great story, good use of the Muse. #2 and #3 could have gone either way, but even though Baino had the best use of the Muse (out of everyone) this go-around, I went with Patti's style.

    Harnett-Hargrove was in the conversation, but everyone knows it's hard for poetry to win here (has yet to happen, actually).

    Jelly's a punk. Pass it on.

  3. 1. Tom
    2. Patti
    3. Jeffscape

  4. Patti
    I'll be sitting out a few dances.
    Be around, though.

  5. 1. Tom: Soldiers, whores. Lovers, killers. And everything inbetween. (Oh, yeah, and even more.)

    2. Baino: Horrible Peas in a Horrible Pod (The saga of "a little prick" for a little prick; karma's a bitch)

    3. Harnett-Hargrove: (with title bleeped out by the foley guy?)

  6. 1- jeffscape
    2- patti
    3- harnett-hargrove
    got some very unique takes on the prompt

  7. 1) Patti - loved the tension and the undercurrent in game matching life

    2) Tom - you just crack me up sometimes, which I'm not sure you're going for, but some of your inventiveness is so damn clever I have to

    3) Baino - though I'm thinking it was fiction, you gave a voice to women who are trapped and seemingly powerless. Revenge, so very savory.