hdhale: The US armed forces in early 1941 spent very little money on either one. We can never go back there. If war moved fast in 1941, it moves much faster now.
newton: Wow, yeah that's where our money is being wasted...Damn you Big Bird![i.huffpost.com image 536x1500]
rockforever: hdhale: newton: Wow, yeah that's where our money is being wasted...Damn you Big Bird![i.huffpost.com image 536x1500]Since you went there with imaginary figures...how much is your ability to sleep at night safe from the threat of terrorism, nuclear missiles, bio-chemical attacks, and such by foreign entities worth?Bet these people wish Roosevelt had spent more on defense:Oh and...if you knew how little of its total revenues that Sesame Street actually gets from the Federal government, you'd be drinking a nice fresh, hot cup of STFU about right now.Take a step away from the computer, take a big breath, just calm down.Get some help. Please, for the ones who love you.
hdhale: Since you went there with imaginary figures...how much is your ability to sleep at night safe from the threat of terrorism, nuclear missiles, bio-chemical attacks, and such by foreign entities worth?Bet these people wish Roosevelt had spent more on defense:www.pearl-harbor.com
Anarchangel: The only reason why these stupid talking points are being used is because some out-of-touch multimillionaire associated PBS' public funding with Big Bird because he probably has no idea who actually owns the rights to Big Bird and the rest of the Sesame Street characters.
Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Tax returns from PBS's Sesame Workshop show that the television show shelled out at least $314,072 for the actor behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch.That makes Caroll Spinney, who has played everyone's favorite yellow-feathered friend since 1969, a true blue member of the One Percent.$314,072 is part of the 'one percent'?
ChipNASA: /they got the brown one right.//it's like they can see the future.
I_C_Weener: James!: Sesame workshop is a non-profit that pays for itself. It's so frustrating when people refuse to fact check the simplest things.I'd love to fact check it. But I'm lost. Can you tell me...can you tell me how to get...how to get to Sesame Street?
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