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‘Quish, we stopped being friends whenever you vowed to have my money and once you finally had an opportunity to pay me back, you spent it on buying supplies on your physics professor.
Yes! That was a good cause.
No, that was my money!
Tyquisha paces the room. She looks down on the exercise equipment. She eyes a twenty five pound weight. Too heavy. She looks at a fifteen pound weight. She lifts it and slides it behind her back. LaRhonda continues talking your complete time.
You owe me money and then you definitely turn around and ask me for more!
(She looks incredulously at Tyquisha) How dare you try to insult me and take dollars from my pocketbook? You aren’t my friend. You are a moocher and should reconsider how you treat people. You are no trader…but a traitor.
Tyquisha shrieks and raises the load over her head. With speed, LaRhonda shifts her body to the side, blocks the attack by pushing Tyquisha’s body against the wall and transitions into a martial arts pose. By employing a jump
rope lying near the leg press, LaRhonda ties up Tyquisha and used her smartphone to call the police.
(she gulps,tears streaming her face)
This is all just a big misunderstanding. I wasn’t going to harm you, La I swear! I just wanted to get your attention.
Well, Tyquisha you’re going to have the complete attention of the authorities soon.
(Sulking and crying hysterically, Taquisha turns her head away from LaRhonda)
Your tears will never remove the stains of your transgressions. After the cops come, I’ll be capable to rid myself of your try to assault me. You knew that you just couldn’t get money so that you attempt to attack me? You might be probably the most selfless, self-destructive little miscreant I’ll never want to see again.
Tyquisha’s sobs become whimpers as she curls into the fetal position. She kicks against the wall, her sneakers smearing black marks on it.
I suggest that you quit. You’ll be dealt with momentarily.
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P.S. Would you please evaluate some of my other works such as the “Life and Production” series? I would appreciate the feedback!
Da’Q 10 months ago
googling details about institutions that award research grants and venture capitalists would provide you with enough info to create a plausible setting for a play about two scientists arguing over money used to fund a project.
AuthorSkyler Saunders 10 months ago from Newark, DE
Thanks to your candid and direct response to my Hub. I have to ask, are those foundations that you just mentioned backed by the federal government? In a totally free society, could funds be supplied through personal accounts? I might appreciate a sobering counter argument similar to your original post. Thanks!
Da’Quamanaynay 10 months ago
the writing betrays a lack of understanding of how scientific research is carried out. people don’t fund it from their very own personal money or borrow it from friends, they get research grants in hundreds of thousands of dollars from foundations. that conversation within the exercise room would never happen in real life. jerry springer nonsense.