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Good Morning FBLA Readers

Tonight at 12:01 AM, the SAG contract expires. So today, all the major newspapers have to cover what’s going on with SAG. The Washington Post runs a piece by staff writer William Booth that is a Q&A:

Wait — actors vs. actors. Sounds hot. What show are you talking about?

He clearly doesn’t have to spend any time around talent. We think maybe he was thinking ‘actresses’. But it’s still WaPo and kind of creepy.

LAT covers the SAG AFTRA rift. NYPost is reporting about the SAG prez. And NYT gets into the plight of the non-famous actors.

Okay actors – now you’ve gotten enough attention and you don’t need to strike.

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