How to write a great script in 10 minutes or less

It’s not that I’m not a great writer, it’s that I like to think of myself as a writer first.

I’ve always had a lot of fun with it, but that’s the way it’s always been.

I love to think about the ideas I have, and I like writing stories, but I also like thinking about how I can make them work better and make them better for the audience.

I always find it useful to think through the story, and what I’m going to do with that.

In the past I’ve worked on a lot more traditional TV shows, but for a long time, I’ve been more interested in making my own movies.

It’s kind of a fun way to write.

You know, it gives you the freedom to do whatever you want to do, and you get to do it with someone who knows what they’re doing, which is a great way to work.

I have the freedom, but it’s a lot different.

That’s not to say I don’t love writing, or I don, or even that I don and love it, it just feels different.

And that’s not the case with The Wire.

I think that if I did something that I really enjoyed, I would have made it more of a passion project.

I really enjoy writing about a lot things, and when you write about something you love, it can be really fun.

The Wire is a show about a very, very dark, complex world, and it’s something that people can get really invested in, and really invested as an audience, and then you write a script, and the audience can go, “Oh my god, this is so good, we need more of it!”

The Wire was so good that when I got into the writers room for season two, we all knew we wanted to do a spin-off.

That idea of the second season, if you want, I could make it better.

I’m very proud of the work that we did, but if I can do anything to help you with it and get you excited for the future, that would be a good thing.

And I’m happy to do that.

I’ll keep doing what I do.