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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
That is exciting! Thanks for sharing.
Someone post it in the Henson People forum?
I would have, but I had a fear that that was against the forum's policy because we were looking too much into his private life.
He posted it publicly on Facebook, for goodness sake.
Is this his first?
I think it's his fifth, to be honest. I think he wrote something that implied that.
I know, but sometimes the mods are picky about that stuff.
Wow, I had no idea... of course then again, I don't Facebook, so I wouldn't know, lol. But wow, five kids... that'd be five too many for me, lol.
Haha, no Von Trapp family for Snowth?
I keep wondering if I should minus the beer talk while I'm making my Ocktoberfest thread? I notice this forum likes to be super clean. I only have one per visit and I show it.
Plenty of drinking-age folks here. Nothing wrong with appreciating a good brew. Just don't go all public-drunk and you're fine.
Okay and thank you.
I recall in one earlier episode of I Love Lucy, Lucy miscounts the number of states there are, but then tries to justify her mistake by saying, "Oh yeah, I keep forgetting about Alaska and Hawaii". Wasn't this before Alaska and Hawaii were included in the Union though? I know Lucy was on from 1951-57, and if I remember from history, those two didn't become states until 1959. It's a little confusing, or were they "considered" states at the time, like how today Puerto Rico is considered a state but isn't?
How do tv ratings work? Do people get interviewed about what shows they watch?
Oh gosh, that's a good question, I heard something about that not too long ago, but now I forget exactly how it works, but I do believe it involved some kind of little device or something...
Like in your TV? Knowing whatever you're watching? Creepy...
Did you hear about that TV they were trying to make with a camera and microphone built in?
That's actually pretty cool. It's like a computer, but bigger! And it's also creepy in a spying sort of way.
And you can't turn them off
Ok, I retract my previous statement.
That is downright creepy in a stalker sort of way!
Before everybody jumps to conclusions... no, I believe the device was similar to a remote control/joystick-like thing of sorts.
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