Sunday, July 30, 2006

Interview Tonight with "BANKING ON HEAVEN" Producer

I just got a call that "BANKING ON HEAVEN"s producer will be interviewed live tonight at 9:00 on the St. George radio station. Sorry, but I wasn't able to get the call letters. These radio & TV interviews are never predictable.

Please tune in if you're in range and post your rections.

bankingonheaven.com

19 comments:

giz2gaz said...

That would be 8:00 AZ time.

fundy said...

anybody picking this up??? I cant find it.

Anonymous said...

Here's what BYU has to say about the Banking on Heaven film
From the student newspaper a positive review.

Movie Review

2nd Review

http://www.bankingonheaven.com/

Also AMERICAS MOST WANTED to do story on documentary and Warren Jeffs August 5, 2006

giz2gaz said...

Here's the link to America's Most Wanted. Quite an interesting link about Warren Jeffs.

http://www.amw.com/fugitives/brief.cfm?id=33750

Also, Larry King Live will will intreview Carolyn Jessop on Aug. 9.

Anonymous said...

Giz2gaz Yes it is an excellent link, http://www.amw.com/fugitives/brief.cfm?id=33750

Also AMW has an anonymous tip line 1-800-CRIME-TV

Anonymous internet tip link on Warren Jeffs http://www.amw.com/report_tip/report_tip_special_case.cfm?id=33750

Hope this crook Warren Jeffs is brought to justice soon.

giz2gaz said...

"BANKING ON HEAVEN" Interview is Actually Tonight (Mon.)

The information I posted yesterday about the St. George media coverage of "BANKING ON HEAVEN" was incorrect.

Tonight (Mon.) on KCSG TV, 5:30 & 9:00 pm Russell Wilde, in 2 parts, interviews the producer. They'll be showing clips from "BANKING ON HEAVEN".

giz2gaz said...

Here's KCSG's web site describing the film:

http://www.kcsg.com/story.aspx?id=1221

BTW, does this blog site have a way to just go to current postings instead of having to check every thread?

desert darling said...

not that I know of

Anonymous said...

banking on heaven is a scam. the producer said she was gearing the film for the public. Now i ask you, are you interested in persicuting inacent people? what a traitor this woman is. Laurie Allen. Traitor. User of needy. and I am Praying her film is shot down too. May her riches rot in her hand.

Anonymous said...

ditzle head

desert darling said...

Isn't that a little strong Ruth?

Laurie may not have done the film in a way that you approve of, but you did look good, better than I did, and she did have your best intrests at heart. Just her view of your best intrest is not the same as yours.

Anonymous said...

I am afraid Ruth has gone the way of alcohol lately.

desert darling said...

Ouch

That is too bad. I wish her comfort.

ATAR_i said...

Ruth, what is it that you don't like?

Anonymous said...

there is an old saying that what one does becomes what that one is. and oppinions are just wind in the leaves. And all drink from there own cup.

ATAR_i said...

what????

How is that an old saying - it's too random. Do you mean it's TWO or THREE sayings? And even those are odd.

Anonymous said...

I like you atari; lets leave it at that

onthestreet said...

That's a great lesson, NONNY. I like how you related three great lessons in one simple phrase, all inter-related.

You just improved upon a poor boy's life, Thanks.

onthestreet said...

I said on the “WHY ARE THERE” thread (now Archived: 8/24/2006 4:27 AM):

NONNY (8/22/2006 11:48 AM):
You’re Fishin. However, I think you closing with Verse 28 of Jacob was a very good place to close, since this Forum is in regard to the FLDS Church. This verse shows clearly why the Lord has directed the Prophets, from Uncle Joseph to Uncle Warren, to cast off so many. Good job, there. Many of these men who were cast out, also had many wives, but lost them. It is the wicked who lose such joys, and the righteous who retain them.

God Himself is the Father of us all, One Father and millions of mothers. You are ALL PLIG. You’re just compelled to reject the Father and the Son, because of your father the devil, whom ye must serve.

I should say: “It is OFTEN the wicked who lose such joys”, but not always. Look at Job.