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Need to write a script..for a story..5-10 minutes..i cant think of anything..due monday..im thinkin a mcdonalds conspiracy..but what conspiracy? Id like it to be believable..could do something bout atvs but...the typical..kid living the dream comes out on top wins the race blah blah..boring

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Write a horror story. Like Stephen King's "Christine". You know the killer car. Change it to a kid who buys a quad to fix up and then it turns out Evil!:laugh:

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Lol nice...strange :confused: ideas...it has to be a 5 minimum minute no longer than 10 minute script..gotta have dialogue etc all that..so like 2-3 Acts..really cant think of anything....If i dont get it done by today i cant go ride with ma friends..ahh this sucks..also have to make a playbill for it.. -.-

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Just finished it..bout a mcdonalds truck driver..uncovers a mcdonalds conspiracy whre theres a missile inside a mcdonalds..that the driver gets involved in it..shoots missile at cuba to relieve oil reserves..killing voer 2 million people..then he gets locked in the command center and dies from toxic gases because the govt doesnt want him to leak the information..lol

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