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November 21, 2007



Sesame Street and the Muppets were clever in ways that I never see in today's children's programming. And in ways I don't think I really understood until I was a little older. This makes me appreciate those old episodes even more.

Alistair Cookie. That shit is inspired.


Does the new DVDs "bare" the truth about Bert and Ernie? Do we see them avidly watching "Queer Eye" and "Spongebob" before the tapings and candidly discussing their "super" brunches at the Four Seasons and their "winter retreats" at the Pines in Fire Island?
PS--you all "know" about "Spongebob" I presume. Despite liberal media's attempts to hide the facts from us.

your mother

Perhaps you were raised by parents who were more competent than...

o, never mind.


Well, you know, Mississippi DID ban the show when it first came out. You inspired me to post about it. :)

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