It’s because WMA is out on its company-wide volunteer day… If you call the tenpercentery switchboard, you can listen to Jim Wiatt’s personal message about it.
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N, U make it sound so dirty! LOL
It’s a very honorable thing that they’re doing but it’s still not going to save them from the pits of hell.
They are doing a beach cleanup and education day with Heal the Bay …
can you ever reach them even when they are not volunteering?
If you call their main phone # in LA, Jim Wiatt recorded a special outgoing message.
Are they wearing the cute outfits and zoloft zombie smiles like when the agencies sent out their assistants with donuts during the writers strike?
Volunteering is all well and good but in Hollywood that’s kind of like tossing a dime in a homeless person’s cup after 364 days of kicking them in the face because they’re in your way.
Give ‘em a little credit for doing a good thing. I’ve been with WMA NY for almost 15 years and, while it’s often frustrating trying to get a callback, the WMA agents do have a lot of integrity. That’s probably why they’ve been in business for over 100 years.
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