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Muy-Pahts or Mu-Pets
Posted: Posted March 7th, 2008 by chiarizio
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Anthony Miles (habarakhe4) posted these links on the ConCulture Yahoo! eGroup, under the title "Sesame Street Science". (It was originally published in Mr.&Mrs. Bill Hillman's ERBurroughs fanzine under the title "'Sesame Monsters' by Den Valdron".)
Mysterious Monsters of Sesame Street
Fabled Island of Talking Animals
Open Sesame: Talking to Monsters

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This is a really neat idea. I'm glad somebody is willing to take something like Sesame Street seriously and be scientific about it. Makes the show a bit more believable too...who wants to bet they will do the same for the Teletubbies? :lol:

Posted March 8th, 2008 by Cerne
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Cerne
 

This is intensely awesome.

Posted March 8th, 2008 by Mr. Saturday
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Agreed, this is a really cool and helpful analysis, even if it seems like it's just for fun (and it is).

Posted March 8th, 2008 by WurdBendur
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who wants to bet they will do the same for the Teletubbies?
I'd think that'd be even harder; but I challenge you (or anyone) to try.

I saw the Dr. Who finale recently. "The Master" commented about the Teletubbies; he seemed to think they were real creatures who had evolved televisions in their stomachs.

Posted March 9th, 2008 by eldin raigmore
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who wants to bet they will do the same for the Teletubbies?
I'd think that'd be even harder; but I challenge you (or anyone) to try.


I don't even want to try tackling the Teletubbies - they scare me too much. But I wasn't aware that someone (and on Dr. Who...who would have guessed :roll: ) had actually tried to understand them.

Brave man :D ...or, um, woman... :oops:

Posted March 9th, 2008 by Cerne
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Cerne
 

Brave man
Fictional, not human, and insane, as well. Those may have been the sources of his bravery.

Posted March 9th, 2008 by eldin raigmore
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Now we just need some artists' impressions of these ancestral species. 8)

Posted March 9th, 2008 by simon.clarkstone
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Now we just need some artists' impressions of these ancestral species. 8)
Are you an artist?

Posted March 11th, 2008 by eldin raigmore
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This is awesome and I'm not sure how I missed it.

Moved to canon critique.

Posted March 15th, 2009 by Blake
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Bump.

Posted March 14th by chiarizio
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