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Old 12-18-2006, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default As a young tot, Were you a sesame street or a barney kid?

Despite my avatar being how it is.. I was a barney kid. FO SHO!
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Old 12-19-2006, 12:22 AM   #2
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old school sesame street and the electric company for me. there was also this show about a group of detective kids after sesame st. called the bloodhound gang(not the music group).
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Old 12-19-2006, 01:35 AM   #3
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both. I had a barney stuffed animal as a kid. I wonder how much you got paid to be on that show.

I liked wishbone a lot. KERA was the ****.

I loved ghostwriter too. That show scared me too lol
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Old 12-19-2006, 01:57 AM   #4
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I was a sesame street kid all the way. I still watch that sometimes with my nephew but i hate how Elmo took over. Arthur is the best ish on PBS right now tho
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ya i watched arthur until about 5th grade. That show always seemed to have a good story line. It is good to watch sometimes if you're bored and like reminiscing
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I guess i'm an oddball or something, cause i could never stand either of those 2 shows. didn't really watch TV that much as a kid, as I was always outside (got my first 3 wheeler when i was 4). I don't really ever remember watching TV until i was like 10 or so, I'm sure i did, but no shows or cartoons ever stood out. also, our reception for the PBS channel was horrible. anyways, even now, the only cartoons I can ever really remember sitting down regularly and watching were BugsBunny/Roadrunner, HeMan, and Dungeons & Dragons.
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Today it's all about Thomas the Train for my kid.
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i used to watch thomas the rank engine didnt watch any of the 2 you mentioned
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I too watched Thomas the tank engine. I even still have the toy THomas trains in my basement.
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barney is gay. i've never liked the big purple dinosaur. i watched sesame street because at least it was educational and it taught you something. barney is for morons.
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I was a Barney kid, I used to memorize his songs lol
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