The "I am a Mormon" campane didn't last list. Maybe the Book of Mormon video will bring new converts to Mormonism. When all the actress and actresses are super pretty nobody will care that the entire religion is made up?
Please take 4 still photos. A current digital snapshot is preferred, taken in natural diffused daylight through a window, on a cloudy day, or in the shade.
Headshot: from the chest upward. Looking at camera. Profile: from the chest upward. Facing directly to one side. Full body, standing, facing camera. Wear comfortable clothing that fairly depicts your natural shape. Please include your feet. Full body, profile. Photos must be well lit, without obstructing accessories like masks, sunglasses, or hats.
-Can someone explain why they want pictures of applicant's feet?
We all know the movies are not real, or highly exaggerated for "true stories".
So them feet got to be perfect so they can go along with that perfect body. So we can show that in times of Jesus everybody had perfect feet, clean clothes, smiling faces, the latest in fashion, and nobody was hacking up a lung.
subeamnotlogedin Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Imagine how funny it would be if an exmo ends up in an official church video ... >
They/ We do all the time! I don't anymore though. Mormons won't get near me. They never make it to my church.
In the mid-teens - about a decade ago - I attended a Gladys Knight LDS stake center concert/ her & her husband burying their testamonkeys!
The tickets basically said LDSinc had the right to refuse service for anything. It also said NO Cameras/ Filming of the event by the holder/(end) user, while also saying You Could Be Filmed, and had No Choice in how Mormonizm might use your image or likeness... Swarms of mission Aries descended upon any non_mormon/ outsider/ visitor/ African American or unaccompanied personage. We even heard they threw Tina Turner and her date (someone dressed similarly; skirt too short, top too low?, etc.) Out (asked/ told to leave)! The tickets even said something about a dress code but I didn't address it. Talk, by stake people Gladys - and other LDS pimples - sang and played and no one danced (but I think some wiggled) and then she - and then her husband - buried their tests! Him deeper. Then it finally ended. I think the LDSC said movie over, thanks for participating.
It's a double edged flaming sword. Mormonism cuts both ways. Always!
TSCC surely won't be in my eternal video: Of beautiful things happening, to everyone, all the time...