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David Dubrow
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A father and a husband and a writer; the order is unnecessary.
A father and a husband and a writer; the order is unnecessary.

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A great read for writers or anyone interested in a peek behind the veil of the screenwriting business.
Before tonight's finale of #ShotsFired on +FOX, here's my interview with the episode's co-writer/co-producer Marissa Jo Cerar, in which we discuss the business and craft of #screenwriting:

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Inspired by YouTube videos of people unpacking and eating MREs, my son and I decided to do the same. You'd be surprised at the results!

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Here's a roundup of articles I've written for The Loftus Party recently. Those of you offended by frank political talk you don't agree with are well-advised to steer clear. 

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The title says it all...

Or does it?

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I watched this movie. I really, really did.

Please read my review of Gimme Head: The Tale of the Cuyahoga Valley Bigfoot so my sacrifice can have meaning.

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Is everything awesome at Legoland Florida? I report, you decide!

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With special effects by Chef Boyardee! I reviewed Strip Club Massacre at The Slaughtered Bird.

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Frank Cavallo takes a stab at Lovecraftian themes in his novel Rites of Azathoth, which I reviewed at The Slaughtered Bird. Click to see if it's a mind-ripper or a rubbery, flaccid tentacle!

(That last line worked better in my head. But I'm sticking with it.)

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Best essay you'll read all week.
My father couldn't do it. My wife couldn't do it. Charlie Sheen couldn't do it. Nothing and no one could get me into #baseball.

And then, as both a #screenwriter and cinephile, I got fed up with #Hollywood, and discovered the undemanding pleasures of the +Los Angeles Dodgers.

It took me nearly forty years, but I finally cultivated a love of the game. Here's how it happened -- and how #hobbies can save us from the obsessive grip of our passions:

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I don't often give advice of any kind, but when I see people making the same mistakes I did, I have to speak out. 
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