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  • Paula Haynes Oxford,Alabama #1998823 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello Tyler,I know this is a long shot but here it goes.I just recently found out I'm sick,They found blood clots on my lungs,if I. would not have fallen out at work,the ER doctor told me I would have been dead in 24 hours.It really scared me.I have a son who just graduate this year from high school,he wanted to go to school for flim, but it doesn't look like he gonna be able to.I would love for him to visit your studios and maybe audition for you.He has been acting since he was about six.Im not sure how long I have.I want to see his dreams come true.I hope you can find it in your heart to help him out.His name is Austin,I know he would be so grateful for any help you can do for us.I would really like to sit down with you and tell you my life story, I'm sure you would find it very interesting.I really hope to hear from you.Thanks and god bless.

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  • latasha king nc #1998815 » Posted in: My online family

    And happy holidays good luck to you and everything your doing peace and love

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  • jessicalynn Philadelphia Pa #1998813 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello my name is Jessicalynn I love your shows,movies, and plays and I was wondering when are you coming to philly and do a play down here. Philly need love to lol. Your plays help me get through some things in my life and I will like to thank you.

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  • Courtney Amos-Dawson Lake Charles, La #1998809 » Posted in: My online family

    I once told someone as a child that I was no money sure of what it was that I wanted to be when I grew up. They asked me what I would do for free. My answer was, "Well, I guess I would write; I do it all the time." That was a fact, always was for me. At age seven I used to write letters to God, and hang them on my wall, asking Him to make me a better writer. I know He did. It became so second nature to me that I later took it for granted. Instead of writing, I started living not one, but many different lives of characters that I now know on paper. What I'm writing all of this for is to tell you Mr. Perry, is that I don't have one, I have millions of stories to tell. I am not only blessed to write stories, He also gave me the gift of poetry, spoken word poetry. It was after performing it at a number of places that I was encouraged to reach out to you. I understand and have considered how busy you are, which is what took me so long to give this a try. But I have heard your story, and was inspired. I prayed before I even began this letter, so among all the other messages, I pray you come across this one and give my work a few minutes of my time. Sir. It would be an honor alone to have you give it any consideration. I have reached a point in my life that is a Write or Die situation, as you can see even from my email I write to breathe. If you find my work worthy of your time to help me, I can do anything you ask with pen and paper. Though I cannot sing to save my life, I can write lyrics for your performers, maybe if you have a writing team, I'd be beyond honored to be a part of that. If you nothing else Sir, maybe you can be so kind as to point me in the right direction, I would be grateful for that as well. From one writer to another Mr. Perry,I hope you find it in your heart to give me some guidance. Sincerely, Courtney "Purple Orchid" Amos

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  • Courtney Amos-Dawson Lake Charles, La #1998808 » Posted in: My online family

    I once told someone as a child that I was no money sure of what it was that I wanted to be when I grew up. They asked me what I would do for free. My answer was, "Well, I guess I would write; I do it all the time." That was a fact, always was for me. At age seven I used to write letters to God, and hang them on my wall, asking Him to make me a better writer. I know He did. It became so second nature to me that I later took it for granted. Instead of writing, I started living not one, but many different lives of characters that I now know on paper. What I'm writing all of this for is to tell you Mr. Perry, is that I don't have one, I have millions of stories to tell. I am not only blessed to write stories, He also gave me the gift of poetry, spoken word poetry. It was after performing it at a number of places that I was encouraged to reach out to you. I understand and have considered how busy you are, which is what took me so long to give this a try. But I have heard your story, and was inspired. I prayed before I even began this letter, so among all the other messages, I pray you come across this one and give my work a few minutes of my time. Sir. It would be an honor alone to have you give it any consideration. I have reached a point in my life that is a Write or Die situation, as you can see even from my email I write to breathe. If you find my work worthy of your time to help me, I can do anything you ask with pen and paper. Though I cannot sing to save my life, I can write lyrics for your performers, maybe if you have a writing team, I'd be beyond honored to be a part of that. If you nothing else Sir, maybe you can be so kind as to point me in the right direction, I would be grateful for that as well. From one writer to another Mr. Perry,I hope you find it in your heart to give me some guidance. Sincerely, Courtney "Purple Orchid" Amos

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  • veronica kirk #1998807 » Posted in: My online family

    What advice would you give someone who is trying to get their magazine off to a good start?

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  • joanne mississippi #1998806 » Posted in: My online family

    Out of curiosity, why are there no studio tours and no pictures can be taken of the building? We were met by a actually very nice security guard at gate. I understand the reason for security but is it too much for fans of your movies to take just an outside picture. Not upset just curious to the reasoning.

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  • Courtney Amos-Dawson Lake Charles,La #1998805 » Posted in: My online family

    I once told someone as a child that I was no money sure of what it was that I wanted to be when I grew up. They asked me what I would do for free. My answer was, "Well, I guess I would write; I do it all the time." That was a fact, always was for me. At age seven I used to write letters to God, and hang them on my wall, asking Him to make me a better writer. I know He did. It became so second nature to me that I later took it for granted. Instead of writing, I started living not one, but many different lives of characters that I now know on paper. What I'm writing all of this for is to tell you Mr. Perry, is that I don't have one, I have millions of stories to tell. I am not only blessed to write stories, He also gave me the gift of poetry, spoken word poetry. It was after performing it at a number of places that I was encouraged to reach out to you. I understand and have considered how busy you are, which is what took me so long to give this a try. But I have heard your story, and was inspired. I prayed before I even began this letter, so among all the other messages, I pray you come across this one and give my work a few minutes of my time. Sir. It would be an honor alone to have you give it any consideration. I have reached a point in my life that is a Write or Die situation, as you can see even from my email I write to breathe. If you find my work worthy of your time to help me, I can do anything you ask with pen and paper. Though I cannot sing to save my life, I can write lyrics for your performers, maybe if you have a writing team, I'd be beyond honored to be a part of that. If you nothing else Sir, maybe you can be so kind as to point me in the right direction, I would be grateful for that as well. From one writer to another Mr. Perry,I hope you find it in your heart to give me some guidance. Sincerely, Courtney "Purple Orchid" Amos

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  • Hey You!! #1998804 » Posted in: My online family

    RU There for I am so in AWH. I dreamt that you heard me thinking. There were monkeys there. I Love you, and I am a little up in the air about who loves who more. :-)

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    • Hi ! #1998810

      Let's not concern ourselves with who Loves who "more" as long as we continue to share in Spirit and in Truth! Love you enough ((( hug)))

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    • Hugs and kisses 2 U. #1998811

      As Well.

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    • Serious question!!! #1998812

      How do I dispose of grease (fish grease)? will it clog the drain?

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    • Never mind I can google it! #1998814

      .

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    • Did if say run warm water with? #1998816

      Down the drain. Maybe I have ben lucky. Can I get some fish?

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    • Okay, I don't have that much grease... #1998817

      ... or used cooking oil nor do I want to feed any earthworms in the back yard. I normally us cooking spray, very little olive oil when frying an egg or baking fish. Will grease build up in the drain after many months of washing greasy pots or skillets ?

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    • never put grease in the drain #1998820

      I usually seal it in plastic bags and throw it in the trash.

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    • (smiling) You don't want any of this! #1998821

      Tell me how you like your fish so I can season it just the way you like?

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    • Seal it in a baggy then throw out!! #1998822

      Now why didn't I think of that? Duh? THANKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Kastein FL #1998803 » Posted in: My online family

    Reminding God of his word again, that he said out of his mouth.... Gen. 2-3 :) Just spilt the boys cologne all over refilling bottles. Now my room smell like a man ....

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  • Courtney Amos-Dawson Lake Charles, La #1998802 » Posted in: My online family

    I once told someone as a child that I was no money sure of what it was that I wanted to be when I grew up. They asked me what I would do for free. My answer was, "Well, I guess I would write; I do it all the time." That was a fact, always was for me. At age seven I used to write letters to God, and hang them on my wall, asking Him to make me a better writer. I know He did. It became so second nature to me that I later took it for granted. Instead of writing, I started living not one, but many different lives of characters that I now know on paper. What I'm writing all of this for is to tell you Mr. Perry, is that I don't have one, I have millions of stories to tell. I am not only blessed to write stories, He also gave me the gift of poetry, spoken word poetry. It was after performing it at a number of places that I was encouraged to reach out to you. I understand and have considered how busy you are, which is what took me so long to give this a try. But I have heard your story, and was inspired. I prayed before I even began this letter, so among all the other messages, I pray you come across this one and give my work a few minutes of my time. Sir. It would be an honor alone to have you give it any consideration. I have reached a point in my life that is a Write or Die situation, as you can see even from my email I write to breathe. If you find my work worthy of your time to help me, I can do anything you ask with pen and paper. Though I cannot sing to save my life, I can write lyrics for your performers, maybe if you have a writing team, I'd be beyond honored to be a part of that. If you nothing else Sir, maybe you can be so kind as to point me in the right direction, I would be grateful for that as well. From one writer to another Mr. Perry,I hope you find it in your heart to give me some guidance. Sincerely, Courtney "Purple Orchid" Amos

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  • Courtney Amos-Dawson Lake Charles, La #1998801 » Posted in: My online family

    I once told someone as a child that I was no money sure of what it was that I wanted to be when I grew up. They asked me what I would do for free. My answer was, "Well, I guess I would write; I do it all the time." That was a fact, always was for me. At age seven I used to write letters to God, and hang them on my wall, asking Him to make me a better writer. I know He did. It became so second nature to me that I later took it for granted. Instead of writing, I started living not one, but many different lives of characters that I now know on paper. What I'm writing all of this for is to tell you Mr. Perry, is that I don't have one, I have millions of stories to tell. I am not only blessed to write stories, He also gave me the gift of poetry, spoken word poetry. It was after performing it at a number of places that I was encouraged to reach out to you. I understand and have considered how busy you are, which is what took me so long to give this a try. But I have heard your story, and was inspired. I prayed before I even began this letter, so among all the other messages, I pray you come across this one and give my work a few minutes of my time. Sir. It would be an honor alone to have you give it any consideration. I have reached a point in my life that is a Write or Die situation, as you can see even from my email I write to breathe. If you find my work worthy of your time to help me, I can do anything you ask with pen and paper. Though I cannot sing to save my life, I can write lyrics for your performers, maybe if you have a writing team, I'd be beyond honored to be a part of that. If you nothing else Sir, maybe you can be so kind as to point me in the right direction, I would be grateful for that as well. From one writer to another Mr. Perry,I hope you find it in your heart to give me some guidance. Sincerely, Courtney "Purple Orchid" Amos

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