Meet Billy Video Transcript

This video is illustrated and uses music.

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Just Think Twice.  You’ve heard the fiction.  Now learn the facts.

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Meet Billy.

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Identification card featuring a male named Billy.

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“He is a high school senior.”

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A school desk

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“He got a B on his Physics project.”

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Fruit with wires

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“He is saving up for a car.”

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A picture of a car with the text “Sweet”

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“He loves his dog, Charlie.”

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Picture of the dog Charlie

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“Billy plays shortstop on the baseball team.”

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Baseball glove

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“So well that he earned a college scholarship.”

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A graduation cap with tassel and diploma

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“Billy’s pretty social.”

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An illustration of a megaphone

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“ And just like you. . .”

“. . .Billy will be faced with difficult decisions. . .”

“. . .When Billy gets invited to parties.”

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Cell phone with text message on screen that reads “party @ 10 robs basement”

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“Billy thinks twice. . .”

“. . . He knows what might be at these parties. . .”

“. . . Huffing, dope, weed, coke, pills, DXM, ‘shrooms.”

“Billy knows a lot about drugs.  Do you?”

“. . . Billy carefully considers. . .”

“The dangers.”

“He knows that drugs have consequences.

Addictive

Make him lazy

Depression

Cause health problems

Shrinkage

Uncoordinated

Bad teeth”

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A picture of gums with missing teeth and tartar

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“So many risks. . .”

“He could get kicked off the baseball team.”

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Baseball bat is shown along with a ringing phone.

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“That means no more scholarship.  No more college. . .”

“He could harm others.”

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Car flipped over in flames with text that reads “Not sweet.”

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“Billy gets it.”

“Billy skips parties where drugs are.”

“Billy always thinks twice.”

“You should think about it. . .”

“. . . & then think about it again.”

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“Just Think Twice. You’ve heard the fiction. Now learn the facts.”