In one of the cutest Sesame Street classic videos a young girl trolls Kermit the Frog while singing the "ABC's" song, by arbitrarily saying "Cookie Monster" instead of letters. With some editing we see Kermit join "Thug Life" after he reaches his breaking point with the young lady's shenanigans. No one from Cookie Monster's camp could be reached for comment.
In a series of Super Bowl ads, Sesame Street lent favorites like Cookie Monster, Big Bird and Super Grover to the DoorDash brand. The commercials also feature Hamilton star Daveed Diggs. My knee-jerk reaction: Is nothing sacred? Why are Sesame Street characters in ads?! Well, as you can probably guess, it comes down to money.… READ THE REST
Oscar the Grouch knows what's up. In this Sesame Street PSA, he tells kids to wear a mask when out in public because it's the healthy thing to do. And because he doesn't want to have to see your happy smiling face! Fair enough. screengrab via Sesame Street/YouTube READ THE REST
YouTube comment: "I feel like it's Sesame's Street's goal to have all of their shorts pop up into people's minds when they get older and ask themselves "Did I actually see that, or was it a dream?'" [via r/ObscureMedia] READ THE REST
Cars have been a symbol of freedom for a century. Once you earn a license as a teenager, you've got the means to get out of the house on your own. Later, the freedom of the open road is intoxicating, offering the temptation of limitless adventure if you just hop behind the wheel, turn the… READ THE REST
For decades, they've been mortal enemies. Oil and water. Fire and ice. Hatfields and McCoys. Windows and Mac. Never the twain shall meet. Nowhere is the dichotomous relationship between the two programming giants more evident than when you run an emulator to try and make a Windows app work on a Mac. There's a good… READ THE REST
If you're running a website, you want people to visit that website. Presumably. Wild guess. If you're going through the work and cost of operating a website just to dump your thoughts on the web, that's cool. Diary is probably safer, but whatever. Back to the point at hand: If you're operating a website, you… READ THE REST