50 Years and Counting
Read our review and discuss with fans the highly anticipated
Sesame Street "50 Years and Counting" DVD set from Shout Factory featuring over five hours of beloved moments.
50th Anniversary Celebration
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"Muppets Now" announced for Disney+
It's finally official. A new, unscripted short-form series, “Muppets Now”, is coming to Disney+ in 2020. Let us know your thoughts on the Muppets big announcement.
The Dark Crystal: "Age of Resistance"
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Music is Everywhere
Muppet Central Radio is now on TorontoCast, TuneIn and Apple Music. Listen to Muppet music 24/7 wherever you go with TuneIn and Apple apps and devices.
As I've said before, for big YouTubers to dismiss the struggles of smaller YouTubers (and in this case, tell them their information is inaccurate) is equivilent to the rich and wealthy telling lower class (who are already working multiple jobs at once to make end's meet) to stop being lazy and work harder.
That really irritates me to no end. Yeah, how DARE not everyone have the privilege of being rich and being able to succeed in life. I mean ****. Literally one of my biggest fears in life is becoming homeless. I might as well just die if I have to sit on the streets in filthy clothes while holding up a sign.
Yeah, I've noticed that for a number of years now: vapid vloggers and gamers aside, it seems like it's musical artists who end up getting the most response from ordinary people and professionals on YouTube . . . just look at all the artists and groups who have been discovered and eventually made it big: Justin Bieber, Christina Grimmie, Lindsey Stirling, Pentatonix, and now this Billie Elish person . . . all started on YouTube.
I know that's not what you meant when you said it's like the new music business, but the fact that you mentioned that is what prompted me to think of my above-mentioned observation.
She reminds me of almost every single bisexual woman I've ever known in my life: the crazy hair colors, the Kristen Stewart never smile face, the masculine clothing . . . all that's missing is some kind of wide-brimmed hat, and big Buddy Holly glasses.