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Apparently Sia's been making music since the early-to-mid 2000s . . . I guess it took her a long time to go mainstream, because it seems like she didn't really start being a thing till about four or five years ago.
 

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The real reason David wasn't in FTB was because Northern Calloway's criminal record prevented him from entering Canada, where they filmed the movie.
 

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Today is Sherlock Hemlock's birthday (which is why I changed my avatar)
 

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I found out from Defunct TV that when Jim Henson's brother died he went nuts doing crazy things with his puppets to express his feelings
 

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I found out from Defunct TV that when Jim Henson's brother died he went nuts doing crazy things with his puppets to express his feelings
Read Henson's biography. Lots of chapters touch on that as well.
 

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TELETUBBIES was one of the first TV shows (specifically children's shows) to be shot in high-definition.
 
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