Saturday, January 24, 2015

Writing Assignment 4: Write this Piece!

Well readers, are you ready for another Assignment? Good, because I have a new one up for you!

This piece is a rather comical, serious and adventuresome soundtrack. It's a good one, in other words. ;) I wish I could enter these assignments, but alas, I put them on so I cannot do so! :D

Rules are the same as before:


1) Listen to the music and write your piece. Please keep it a page or under a page.

2) Email it to me, or send it by Google+, or by the Blogger Contact Form. If you send it to the Blogger Contact Form, you can use the email notrealfakemail@yahoo.com if you prefer not to send your piece in with your real email. Just include your penname with your story.

3) Entries are open until next week, Sunday, the first.


Write away, my dear readers! Hope you enjoy this piece. It's probably the hardest on yet, but one of the funniest!




Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: No Ticket, by John Williams.

16 comments:

  1. Maybe I'll find the time to enter this go around! Lol

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  2. Can I do something totally hilarious? Like cartoony?

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    1. Of course you can! It's kinda funny song! Write what it makes you think about. :)

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    2. Before I do, I need to know, have you ever watched a Buggs Bunny Cartoon with Elmer Fudd?

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    3. Yep! I know who they are. :)

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    4. Ok then! My idea will work!

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  3. Hey Calamity, I have a question. For some reason my iPad won't pull up the soundtrack part of this post. But I think I found it (the soundtrack) on YouTube. Is this it :

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M5hsw2l01oY

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    1. That's the one! Wonder why it wouldn't play on your iPod... weird...

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    2. You're right, it is weird.
      P. S. I've seen Indiana Jones. My brother loves it!

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    3. Indy has been a great "Friend" to me over the years. I've gone on many imaginary adventures with him. I loved all the movies. Except the fourth was weird. :P Can't love them all. The second was scary, but the third and first were my favorite.

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    4. I haven't seen them but I hope to soon! What is the youngest you can be to watch them do you think? Have you seen "True Grit?" It seems like a movie you'd like!

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    5. Did you watch the new True Grit or the old one? If you watched the new one- then yes, by all means, you can watch Indiana Jones. It was WAY better than the new True Grit. In my opinion, at least. I'd recommend skipping the second one (really disgusting) and watching the first, third and fourth one. Fourth one is kinda weird, but it's got some good parts. It's actually probably the cleanest of all the Indy movies. :) Again, ask your parents first! :D

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    6. I watched the "old" one with John Wayne.

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    7. Me too. My brother likes John Wayne . :D

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    8. The new one is really dark. I haven't seen the old one. So I have no idea, Bethany, if it would be fine for you to watch Indiana Jones.

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