Unlimiting Intrigue…More Considerations


Got permission for questions and more research-based inquiries for first screenplay. More note-taking: History configured. Got some good links about female sportswriters during the WWII. I’m diagramming. And I was thinking of synthesizing, perhaps, something to do with textiles–animal textiles, maybe criminal related–recalling that manmade and natural are of textile. Plant equals cotton. Silk and wool equal animal. The cotton interests me as well, thinking back to Goodyear, Arizona and Levelland, Texas. I lived in back of a cotton field in Texas. There’s a family background of cotton pickers who worked cotton fields in Goodyear, Arizona. Interesting…I’m thinking. More to explore about this. The judicial system, probably higher court, meaning researching more the Superior Appellate Court interests me. So much to consider–which makes it easier, actually, to narrow the focus, and, at the same time, work in an organized yet multi-dimensional way. A lot to consider rural and urban ethics, landscape, sports organizations/associations, women’s and  men’s writing during that time, not competition-wise. Historics vs. contemporary pursuits with the type of writing, additional obstacles, and the learning environment is interesting. Not so much a section-focus on masculine/feminine writing, more like the interest of why they write and why they like to write what they do and where their writing takes them, especially unexpectedly. This is just some brainstorming questioning/researching. What interests me, too, is people within the Associations/Organizations running it and what Hall of Fame means for some individually and collectively and as a society. Decade, time frame issues also interest me. I’m not just limiting to textiles.So I’m looking at, perhaps, in draft, the history of each integrated subject–sports, landscape, courthouses, judicial figures, sportswriters, sports journalism, textiles, the type of crime–and there will be more, I’m sure, to consider. So cheers to… Insofar. 🙂


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