[Nfbc-info] Fw: Casting for Reality Television Show
its_mike at sbcglobal.net
Thu Jan 8 11:03:36 UTC 2009
Good questions Lisamaria!
Also what are they looking for in those pic's photogenic blind folks under
thirty? or do they need to make sure they look blind.
Why don't they save there money and time just blindfold the diva's with
their party supplies and let them host the party at the braille institute
ore the Foundation for the Junior blind.
Or ha ha put them in a van and take them to an NFB chapter meeting--nah that
Of course Blind folks only notice inner beauty right?
Don't tell my wife okay.
Fun food and music on a great sounding stereotype.
Than again what would I be doing with ten beautiful Diva's anyway.
Not to worry, I'm over thirty!
Guess it's back to the babes of battle star galactica.
maybe we can have that party for them when they get to earth!
But, please forgive me if I decide to pick one of the Cylon's instead of the
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> I'm curious ...
> Why is throwing a party for a group of blind people a way to measure inner
> I put together parties for blind people and sighted people all the time. I
> want to win money or whatever. Actually, it sounds like a rather boring
> reality TV show. Hurray, women who are hosting a party for the blind. How
> thrilling. And why does it have to be a woman, I assume by the word
> How are they being judged? Who can carry the most drinks to the most blind
> people sitting on the couch? Or, who can guide the most blind people to
> the bathroom? Oh I know, what kind of games can they come up with for the
> poor blind people to play?
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> From: "deepa goraya" <dgoraya at ucla.edu>
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> Subject: [Nfbc-info] Fw: Casting for Reality Television Show
>> Casting for Reality Television Show
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Andy McEntee
>> To: dgoraya at ucla.edu
>> Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2009 5:20 PM
>> Subject: Casting for Reality Television Show
>> Hi, my name is Andy McEntee and I am currently casting blind and visually
>> impaired men and women to help on a new reality television show on the
>> Oxygen Network.
>> The premise of the show is 10 "diva" type women who think they are
>> competing to be the next Hollywood 'IT' girl. Once they arrive they
>> discover that they are actually going to be judged on their inner-beauty
>> and how good of a person they are.
>> For our premiere episode we are telling the girls that they are throwing
>> a party for a group of men and women. They will be in charge of
>> preparing food and supplying the drinks. What they don't know is that
>> everyone coming to the party is blind or visually impaired.
>> The girls and party-goers will mingle and interact throughout the night.
>> Once the party is over the group of blind/visually impaired guests will
>> decide who the best host is and in turn, who wins the challenge.
>> We are looking for men and women between the ages of 21 and 30 and live
>> in the Los Angeles area. If you, or anyone you know, might be interested
>> please forward this on to them, and/or send me an email. Please include
>> your name, age, area of LA you live and if you have a recent picture,
>> that would be great.
>> Feel free to ask me any questions and thank you for your time.
>> Andy McEntee
>> Associate Producer
>> andy.mcentee at arp.tv
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