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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

I'm a celebrity, get me out of here!





"A groundbreaking, live event airing throughout the month of June it's the ultimate "Swiss Family Robinson" as ten celebrities are dropped into the heart of the jungle to face fun and comedic challenges designed to test their survival skills. America is the puppet master, controlling their favorites by putting them into challenges and tasks to win food, supplies and luxury items. In each episode, friendships will be tested, hilarity will ensue and viewers will decide which celebrities stay or leave. While all participants will be playing for their favorite charities, the last remaining star will be crowned King or Queen of the Jungle, winning the largest share of the prize for donation."  
Is how I'm a celebrity, get me out of here describes itself. 
So why am I telling you about a reality show? Because Stephen Baldwin is playing for Love146! That's pretty exciting. The other exciting thing is that it seems America actually gets to decide who stays or leaves. Did you ever think that you could further abolition by watching a reality TV show? Me neither but hey I'm willing to try. 
In other Baldwin news (I'm a little weirded out that I just wrote that.) Alec Baldwin has been  talking about meeting with Rob Morris and his support of Love146. 
News like this is exciting but it takes a movement to abolish slavery. So, to Stephen, Alec, Liz T, Sally R, Spike J and everyone else who raises their voice and joins the movement - Keep going.

with joy,

Desirea 

8 comments:

Sandy said...

Wow this is great news! Will have to get a TV & watch it.

Thank You Stephen Baldwin!

Brian Current said...

finally a good reason to watch TV!

Sally Rymer said...

This is so cool. I sent out a facebook message and email to CSP2 folks.

signsoftimensuch said...

First time watching this tonight and when I saw what charities..it is awesome to see what Alec Baldwin chose to help! Will be interesting to see who wins but hoping Alec you will win!!!

Love146 said...

Thanks for all of the support!

mountain times said...

One of the girls in my youth group wanted to watch this last night and I'm so glad she did! As soon as I saw what Baldwin was supporting I checked it out online and have spent most of this morning crying over these precious children and trying to figure out what I can do to help. I spent 2 months in Cambodia and Thailand after a YWAM DTS and that was enough to light a fire in my heart to want to help in the abolition of this disgusting and degrading trade. THANK YOU for what you do! I will spread the word to everyone I know!

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Love146 said...

Thank you for your comment. I think it is pretty amazing that a reality TV show can raise so much awareness. We so appreciate you spreading the word. The fire is building...