“SquareSpace shows the world your trash.”
That was crummy. And I mean that in the best (or is it the worst?) way.
This is the opposite of PBS’ mission.
I’ve Disney’s never been more miserable in my life”
I just knew someday my art would be recognized!!
… WTF is Sesame Street doing
… that was Jim Henson trying to make a living in the 1960s before Sesame Street or PBS existed
Between that and this I feel I’ve thoroughly explored the story of Oscar The Grouch Who Lives In A Trashcan.
Yeah, and there’s something super-gross about Sesame Street shilling for the techie/corporate world. But after the Elmofication of Sesame Street, and HBO’s acquisition, there’s not much left anyway. It’s heartbreaking to see what’s happened to it.
I think kermit has endorsed Lipton Tea,
He has, but Kemit was a muppet long before Sesame Street. He wasn’t associated entirely with that show, having gotten his start not as a frog but as a generic character on Sam and Friends all the way back into the 50s. Later he was more associated with The Muppet Show and the various movies than Sesame Street, so he wasn’t explicitly representing Sesame Street the way Oscar the Grouch does. In any case, that Lipton ad campaign started in 2014, well into the modern period of Sesame Street that I’m objecting to.
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