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    Location:
    Spring Hill, Florida
    Occupation:
    Truck Driver and Baseball Umpire
    Favorite Movie:
    The Great Muppet Caper (1981)
    Favorite Show:
    Sesame Street (1969-Present)
    Favorite Characters:
    Oscar the Grouch and The Count
    Favorite Collectibles:
    Sesame Street old school DVD
    I like many old clips including films/songs of Sesame Street from the 1970's and early 1980's. The Count and Oscar the Grouch are my favorite characters. My absolute very favorite clip on Sesame Street is the film/song "Pockets" with Marilyn Sokol singing about the importance of them. My mom watched a lot of Sesame Street with me and she would sing along whenever it (film/song "Pockets") was on Sesame Street. She also sang it around the house and when she put overalls on me. The very first time I remember watching "Pockets" was when I was really little and my mom had me on the toilet in the bathroom. She said,"Now you go pea-pee and then we'll watch pockets." When I seen the very first scene with the woman wearing the tan jacket with the flap and snap pocket on the chest it had my undivided attention especially when Marilyn sang,"What would we do without pockets?"