Wednesday, March 23, 2011

vote for jess!

So my buddy Jess was just selected as a finalist in the International Video Contest for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints!!! You can see the video below!!!



Naturally, the first questions that pop to mind are, "what's the international video contest?", and, "who's Jess?", and, "what is this church thing?" And, naturally, the answer is, I have no idea!

Just kidding! About the Jess bit; I really have no idea on the other two. Church? Is that the place I flirt with women wearing flowing flowery dresses?1

But seriously, Jess is the girl with whom I played ultimate frisbee for two years without noticing that she only caught the disk with one hand because she has...wait for it...cerebral palsy. What does that tell us?

First off, that tells us you should vote for her, because she's obviously better than every other person with trials who went to the trouble of creating videos I did not watch, and second off, that tells us that you should not be like me and roll your eyes every time someone tells you to vote for something, and thirdly, that tells us that I'm a freaking moron.

The Jess-approved instructions are as follows. Gentle(wo)men, enjoy your voting.

1.) Go to http://classic.lds.org/visitorschoice
2.) Then click onto "Amateur - US & Canada (10 videos)"
3.) Click "Next" on the bottom right
4.) Then find our video, entitled "Our Hands His Hands, Our Hearts His Heart" somewhere in the mix. The video has a picture of a girl with curled brown hair.
5.) Click directly on top of the video (it should have a play button) to watch.

TO VOTE:
1.) Make sure the box to the left side of our video is checked, and everything else is unchecked.
2.) Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page, and click "Next" on the bottom righthand corner.

1. I've mentioned this before, but the second meanest thing I have ever done in my life was ask a semi-rude girl, "are you planning on going to the meeting or crossing the plains in that dress?" I'm sorry. It needed to be said.

1 comment:

Chris said...

Perhaps if you went to church in normal clothes rather than flowery dresses you'd have more luck. Or did I misread that bit?