[nfbmi-talk] it's a wonderful life

Tonya Smith tonyasmith75 at live.com
Fri Dec 24 11:05:12 CST 2010


Hey, Joe. Actually I use to lsiten to the, actually I listen to that one time in bed. I use to have a. News radio but it and. and I got a chance to listen to it and it sounded neat. I guess it's a lot better than getting it from the (scripted?) video. By the way is that place stole in business by the way? Wow. It's pretty cool. Too bad I can't listen to it every year 'cause I don't have a. radio. Boy, I don't have a HD radio with that feature on it. Or maybe someday

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> From: joe harcz Comcast <joeharcz at comcast.net> 
> Sent: December 24, 2010 10:36:14 AM
> To: nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org
> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] it's a wonderful life
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> George H.W. Bush narrates 'It's a Wonderful Life' for the visually impaired on Christmas Eve
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> December 22, 2010 |  7:04 am
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> It's a Wonderful Life
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> According to many over the years, "It's a Wonderful Life" is a wonderful holiday movie.
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> But millions of Americans who are visually impaired can only hear the dialog of Frank Capra's 1946 black-and-white classic.
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> President George H. W. Bush
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> No longer.
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> This year former President George H.W. Bush (No. 41) has recorded an oral description of the entire movie. He was the president who signed the Americans
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> with Disabilities Act in 1990.
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> So this Friday evening, which just happens to be Christmas Eve, as NBC broadcasts the film nationally, anyone can click on the SAP channel and hear the
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> one-time commander in chief's grandfatherly narration on simulcast. (It has the same happy ending.)
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> It's part of a
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> national fundraising effort by RP International
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> to help save the School for the Blind in Van Nuys, Calif.  According to RPI, only 7,500 people each donating only $10 would enable it to reach the financial
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> goal.
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> Donations possible right here.
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> Andrew Malcolm
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> L.A. Times
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> http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2010/12/george-h-w-bush-wonderful-life.html
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