My Worst Copycat Offender Wrote Me TodayPart of: Literati
My original e-mail to copycat from Dec.9,2002 (a couple of weeks after I found out I was copied)
I take it you liked my, "A Day in the Life of a Script Reader",journal. Perhaps we should come up with a collaboration? Got any ideas? You seem to have the time. BTW, are you a professional screenwriter?
Tiffany speaks: Blank sent me an e-mail today. I can't believe I did a post just last week on my copycats! Blank had impeccable timing. BTW The ironic tone of my e-mail failed to register with him. Do Canadians not understand irony?
We chatted a while back with regards to the poopshoot. (You know, no matter how many times I type it, I just never get used to it.)
I am currently in the very early stages of weighing the pros and cons of a move to LA. And, not surprisingly, there is an annoyingly large number of pros. Shockingly my immense talent and charm has not yet paid off on it's own. I'm as surprised as you...
I was wondering if I could ask you a couple of questions. And since I can't hear your answer right now, I am going to keep typing.
Firstly, I was curious about how you got your gig as a reader. Secondly, how easy do you think it is for a newcomer to find a job that he/she can exist on? You know, provided he has no social life while in town and isn't afraid to clip a coupon or two.
And thirdly, what are my odds of meeting up with Lauren Graham from 'gilmore girls'? (Kidding. Well, mostly.)
Anyway, I hope all is well with you.