Nov 04 2009

My Early Childhood Education with Sesame Street

Published by at 6:51 pm under Current Events,Israel-Palestine

Like many of my generation, the television acted as both babysitter and educator throughout my childhood. Sesame Street, now in it’s fortieth season, was a comfort and staple for my brain. I learned a number of important lessons.

“C” is for Cookie. Hmmm. Makes sense.

The importance of customer service.

Counting is fun. (It might be even more fun for the undead)

The Islamic nation will rule the world. The answer is an AK-47. We will destroy the chair of the despots…

Oh, wait. That was a different show.

Early childhood education has a huge impact on the kind of society we want to have. But it works both ways.

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2 Responses to “My Early Childhood Education with Sesame Street”

  1. NeilDon 04 Nov 2009 at 8:01 pm

    Quite the contrast.
    The Sesame Street segments were about learning how to count and to read while the Islamic one was about hating and killing that would result in a return to an ancient glory.
    I know which row I want to hoe.

    I love Sesame Street myself. I’m a proud grandpa who sits his eighteen month old granddaughter on his knee to watch Elmo on YouTube. She loves Elmo’s Song and Elmo’s Potty Time. Mind you, she also seems to love Burn It To the Ground by Nickleback so you never know.

  2. old white guyon 05 Nov 2009 at 5:14 am

    i’ve seen this in the past. the evil that is islam continues its march against free people everywhere.

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