dr hoo said:
Yeah but now Sesame street is just one amongst several. My kid really likes Dora the Explorer and Blue's Clues. There's some weird stuff out there too, Gullah Gullah Island which is a "black" oriented kid's show, I guess. The other day instead of Goldie Locks and the 3 Little Bears, they told the story of Brownie Locks and the 3 Little Bear. No joke!dr hoo said:Certainly it was big during the Elmo craze a few years ago. Sesame street really is a constant in american sociey, bridging class and race boundaries almost completely.
If you want to complain, complain about the people who saw Sesame Street and thought it was political. Because the OP link ain't about politics. It's about Sesame Street, and James Joyce.Holy crap, can't we freakin' let kids be kids? Damn, I was a little guy in the early 70's and I really enjoyed watching Sesame Street. I didn't give a flying crap about politics...