Who would have thought a hot dog commercial from Pittsburgh, PA would lead to a morning news promo for ABC in Raleigh. But it did, thus underscoring the concept that super ideas can be anywhere, one just need to be open to possibility. Enter the subject: Z1, a 21 year-old who hails from Steel City. He’s the talented musician who wrote then rapped Raleigh-Durham’s WTVD’s newest promo for their Morning News. Could say “from AM to Z1”. Z, which I believe is his nickname, comes from a family of seven children, all entertainers. They have their own non-profit, http://www.kidnationfoundation.com/, and they go around to regional schools and perform for students who have 4.0 gpa’s. They call it the honor roll tour. The WTVD creative team is led by CURTIS MILES. Take a gander here. And let’s chime in with a Well Dunne! all of yas.
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Think About This: "Many people spend a great deal of time complaining about the government, their parents, and the sorry state of affairs in the world, but in doing so they forget that we are the miracle. They blame God for the suffering that surrounds us saying, ‘How could a loving God allow such things to happen?’ They behave like slaves who blame an overseer, forgetting that free will has given them the responsibility, so that the deeper issue has nothing do with God or the government but rather with the fundamental shift that must occur in the human heart if peace is to become a reality. We think of responsibility as a burdensome obligation when in fact it is a gift." ~ Darren John Main