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Sesame Street Week

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

clown-in-garbage

This picture has absolutely nothing to do with Sesame Street. I figured Sesame Street Week isn’t going to work out because after I reviewed the remaining pictures I had, I saw that all the Sesame Street pictures I have left and stupid and not remotely funny.

That is why I am posting a picture of a clown in a dumpster. Clowns are funny.

Sesame Street Week

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

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I know that alot of you folk have some pretty special memories of Sesame Street. Nancy has a special memory, as told in yesterday’s comment:

I watched Captain Kangaroo on a black and white set.
My kids watched Sesame St.
They’d come to my room when they got up in the mornings. I would tell the oldest to turn on the TV and turn the dial the number that looks like this..I would hold my two fingers up to look like an eleven.
That would hold them for a couple of minutes until I got out there.

And Dmorris also has some special memories of that show:

Hm,if you never watched a single episode of Sesame Street,Mayor, you missed some of the best TV of the 70’s and 80’s.

My kids all watched it,including Nurse Kate,she called it “shesshee street”,and they were well entertained.

When I was a kid, we didn’t have TV, let alone shesshee street, and look what a miserable old bugger I turned out to be!

btw, are Bert and Ernie really dead?

Meanwhile, Cudgel’s stories usually end with the words “and the police weren’t able to identify the remains.”

And that pretty much puts everything into perspective.

Sesame Street Week

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

 

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Considering that I haven’t seen one single episode of Sesame Street in my life, it amazes me that I have seven Sesame Street related pictures in my collection. This one might be the best, so don’t hold out any hope that this week is going to get any better. I never really got into Sesame Street as a child because I wasn’t big on puppets or Muppet’s or characters that had to be operated with a piece of string, or some hand stuck up said characters ass. I did however enjoy reading The Financial Times, and I think that explains why I have enough money now to operate this impressive Pentium 2 with the Windows program powering the whole operation.