Sunday, October 11, 2009

Predict The Ending Of The New Peace Play And Win A Signed Copy Of The Script‏

The world broadcast debut of the new radio play for peace, "It's Up
To Us Alone", featuring Ed Asner is now just a week away. For those
of you who have already requested a copy of the collector's edition
audio CD we are pleased to report we are taking delivery on the full
manufacturing run no later than this coming Tuesday, and are
preparing to ship immediately. We thank you for your patience on this
one, but it was a very large order.

In the meantime, while everyone is still in suspense about how it all
turns out we thought we'd have some fun with a little contest. The
entire first act is on line already of course, where you can listen
to the stream at

Peace Play Preview:

We are challenging you, our participants, to predict how the dramatic
crisis created in the first act will be resolved in the second act.
When you submit the form on the page above to request your copy of
the CD, no donation required, please tell us in 100 words or less how
you think it will all turn out. Remember, by the end of the first act
we have a contagious biowarfare virus spreading wildly and the lives
of the main characters are in turmoil. Will Benjamin reconcile with
his father? Will his relationship with Fatima survive. Will anyone

Enter your best psychic projection of how we will save the world, or
not, in the text box for this purpose on the form on the page above,
and the best prediction by our subjective judgment will WIN a
professionally bound copy of the original script, signed by the
playwright. Contest closes the day we ship the real thing, so hurry
and get your entries in. Must not have had access to the actual
second act to be eligible. If you have already submitted the form,
you can do it again to enter the contest. We'll sort out any

Autographed Script Contest:

Once again, there is no donation required to either enter the contest
or get a copy of the new audio CD. But if you CAN make a donation to
support our work, please consider making a contribution, which is
what allows us to send free CDs to those who cannot afford to make a
donation right now.

Hey, here's another fun idea, organize a listening party with all
your friends and tune into the world debut broadcast, Friday, Oct 16
at 5PM PST, to listen to the broadcast on KPFK in Los Angeles, where
there will also be an extended call-in discussion afterwards. You can
do this anywhere in the country by going to their web site at at the appointed time.

And other radio stations all over the country will be participating
in the world debut broadcast event. CALL the program director of your
local community radio station to ask them if they will be
participating in the world premiere event, and for local times in
your area.

Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed
to be ours, and forward this alert as widely as possible.

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