Casting Call for "¿Qué Nos Pasa, Puerto Rico?"

I'm sure you've seen them. Maybe it was in an elevator, or maybe it was in the newspaper, maybe in the bathroom, or maybe you even saw a commercial on television, but I'm sure you've saw one. And maybe you're also like me, that when you saw it, you said to yourself. Boy what a waste of time, no one is going to pay any attention to these advertisements. Or maybe you've thought, like me, it's a great idea, and I really wish it was going to make a difference. But you know what? You've got to admire their determination. You've got to appreciate the effort they are spending to try and make a difference. For it's not really their fault that we've given up hope. That we have become so jaded, and over-commercialized that nothing gets through to us unless it has something to do with sex or money. Yes, I commend the people behind the "¿Qué Nos Pasa, Puerto Rico?" public service advertising campaign. If we could all find it in our hearts and minds to try and DO something, anything. Then I believe we'd start moving Puerto Rico back towards the paradise it should be.

So if you would like to join the brave people behind the "¿Qué Nos Pasa" effort, now is your chance. This Saturday and Sunday at the Communications Building on the campus of Sacred Heart University, they will be conducting a casting call for men, women, and children (5 years or older) to appear in three television commercials. They are looking for people of any race and any socio-economic status. The commercials will form phase three of their campaign to recover the values of Puerto Rico.

The casting call will take place in the television studios 1 and 2 from 1 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call (787) 728-1515, extension 2386.

Participation is purely voluntary, and if selected there will not be any compensation, well other than the good feeling you'll get from trying make Puerto Rico become a better place.

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normalinda

27 de abril de 2008, 21:18
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dijo...

Los conductores en PR. atraviesan los carros en las aceras obligando a transeúntes y personas en silla de ruedas a pasar por la calle; Cuando un anciano o una persona impedida esta en una fila y alguien lo adelanta o lo deja pasar el resto de la gente, lo mira mal o lo insultan en voz baja.Cuando intentan cruzar una calle le tiran el carro acelerando para que no pase hasta que a alguien le de la gana de darle paso, si es que llega esa persona. QUE NOS PASA PUERTO RICO?