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See our new stories and new campaigns at PassitOn.com! Our first video features Joshua Williams, who at the age of 5, started his own non-profit to feed the homeless. To date he and his friends have fed over 300,000 people!

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About This TV Commercial

In all of recorded history, no one has ever determined to everyone's satisfaction whom to blame when an argument occurs. But it is a known fact that being the first to take the blame quickly puts the fire out, and that with a touch of humor most problems can be worked out in a civil manner. This PSA is made charming and light with the classic song "Just The Two Of Us" by Bill Withers. Forgiveness... Pass It On.

Video Transcript

Subtitles:
MAN: You!
WOMAN: You!
MAN: You!
WOMAN: You!
MAN & WOMAN: You!
WOMAN: Uh!
MAN: Oh!
WOMAN: Your fault! You!
MAN: Ah! My fault?!
WOMAN: Your fault.
MAN: Uh!
WOMAN: Your fault!
MAN: You're right.
WOMAN: What?!
MAN: It's my fault.
WOMAN: What do you mean your fault?!

MUSIC:
Just the two of us
We can make it if we try

MAN: You're right. It's my fault. Maybe both of us?
WOMAN: Maybe just you.

MUSIC:
Just the two of us
Just the two of us

Forgiveness. Pass It On!

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