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In California...
« on: April 06, 2019, 09:48:56 PM »
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In California they write scripts. After this they go to the "CASTING" directors, and gather their "cast". Let us not forget that many have "agents" working for them.

cast 1
/kast/
verb
verb: cast; 3rd person present: casts; past tense: cast; past participle: cast; gerund or present participle: casting

    1.
    literary
    throw (something) forcefully in a specified direction.
    "individuals who do not accept the norms are cast out from the group"
    synonyms:   throw, toss, fling, pitch, hurl, bowl, dash, shy, lob, launch, flip, let fly, direct, discharge, project, propel, send; More
    informalchuck, heave, sling, bung
    "he cast the stone into the stream"
        throw (something) so as to cause it to spread over an area.
        "the fishermen cast a large net around a school of tuna"
        throw the hooked and baited end of (a fishing line) out into the water.
        let down (an anchor or sounding line).
        direct (one's eyes or a look) at something.
        "she cast down her eyes"
        synonyms:   direct, shoot, turn, throw, send, dart, bestow, give
        "she cast a fearful glance over her shoulder"
    2.
    cause (light or shadow) to appear on a surface.
    "the moon cast a pale light over the cottages"
    synonyms:   emit, give off, send out, send forth, shed, radiate, diffuse, spread out More
    "the fire cast a soft light"
    form, create, make, produce, cause;
    project, throw
    "the figures cast dancing shadows on the carpet"
        cause (uncertainty or disparagement) to be associated with something.
        "journalists cast doubt on the government's version of events"
    3.
    discard.
    "the issue was cast from the list of concerns"
    synonyms:   discard, reject, cast/throw away, cast/throw out, dispense with, get rid of, dispose of, abandon
    "he glanced down at a newspaper that had been cast aside"
        shed (skin or horns) in the process of growth.
        "the antlers are cast each year"
        synonyms:   shed, discard, slough off, throw off, get rid of, let fall, let drop; More
        molt, peel off;
        technicalexuviate
        "the stags' antlers are cast each year"
        (of a horse) lose (a shoe).
    4.
    shape (metal or other material) by pouring it into a mold while molten.
    synonyms:   mold, fashion, form, shape, model; More
    sculpt, sculpture, frame, forge, carve;
    make, create, build, manufacture
    "until the 1880s printing type was cast by hand"
        make (a molded object) by pouring metal or other material into a mold while molten.
        "a bell was cast for the church"
        arrange and present in a specified form or style.
        "he issued statements cast in tones of reason"
    5.
    register (a vote).
    "residents turned out in record numbers to cast their votes"
    synonyms:   register, record, enter, file, lodge, post, set down, vote; More
    allot, assign, give
    "each adult citizen has the right to cast a vote"
    6.
    cause (a magic spell) to take effect.
    "the witch cast a spell on her to turn her into a beast"
    synonyms:   bewitch, enchant; More
    curse, jinx, witch;
    hex;
    point the bone at;
    literaryentrance
    "everyone froze, as if a wizard had cast a spell on them"
    7.
    calculate and record details of (a horoscope).
    synonyms:   calculate, devise, compute, reckon, determine, assess, work out, formulate, record, write; More
    predict, forecast, foretell, foresee, prophesy
    "he gave lectures on astrology and cast horoscopes in his spare time"
    8.
    (in country dancing) change one's position by moving a certain number of places in a certain direction along the outside of the line in which one is dancing.
    9.
    Hunting
    (of a dog) search in different directions for a lost scent.
    "the dog cast furiously for the vanished rabbit"
        let loose (hounds) on a scent.


How many "casting" directors are there in just LA alone?

https://www.productionhub.com/directory/profiles/casting-directors/us/california/los-angeles

A lot.


Seems to me that they want your women and children. Is why men are snapping out of it faster.
  • Isaiah 54:17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn.
 

 


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