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2018.07.02 12:15 TheTostu Sesame Street Memes

If you want to post any memes related to the Sesame Street, look no further.

2013.11.05 19:15 rfbandit Bertstrips

Interestingly captioned screenshots of Sesame Street, the Muppets, and other Jim Henson productions

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2023.06.04 06:04 clearandconfused Anyone see this Easter Egg? Or I just started noticing funny notes inside Shortcuts?

Anyone see this Easter Egg? Or I just started noticing funny notes inside Shortcuts?
Sorry if the flair is wrong!
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2023.06.04 03:46 raiderxx Recommendations for a 3.5yo?

My son has started to show interest in playing Mario Kart with me. He's able to hold A and at least recognize when I'm driving in front of him. He loves moving the joystick to pick his character and choose the kart and wheels. Any recommendations for any games from past or present consoles? I've been actually thinking of Sesame Street's Letters go Round mostly because I remember playing that as a kid. I have oretty much every system back to the Atari with tons of games. Thoughts?
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2023.06.04 03:31 OverBakedDinoNuggets Does anybody know the name for those old vintage dolls?

I've been trying to find their name but I can't. Their characterised by usually pop out eyes (the eyes being simple with only white and black) Many are often made of felt and they usually have simplistic features. Think Elmo from sesame street without the fur or the yellow guy from DHMIS
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2023.06.04 02:20 Diegoswagking Garage sale haul $1 a piece

Garage sale haul $1 a piece
Got all the games from a garage sale for $1 a piece. Some great filler titles for my PS1/PS2 collection
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2023.06.04 01:15 oldwhitelincoln Sesame Street - A New Way to Walk

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2023.06.04 00:21 Glitter_Bee Following Elmo’s [woke] lead and wishing everyone “Happy Pride” Month!

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2023.06.03 22:44 shopping490490 The Sesame Street Treasury Book Vol. 1 (1983)

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2023.06.03 22:12 wildmoonrising One more shelf up and another on the way. 304 in total with more on preorder.

One more shelf up and another on the way. 304 in total with more on preorder.
Got all my Sesame Street on display, at least!
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2023.06.03 20:35 PuppetElmo Hello. Join Sesame Street or forever be tortured with Elmo’s song, with no end. The world is a spiraling abyss where Sesame Street is the only safe escape from death. Your savior will be here soon. Very soon.

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2023.06.03 19:43 PuhLeazeOfficer This musubi cereal in the background of Sesame Street. “Free Chopstick in box”

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2023.06.03 17:46 The_Alpha_Particle Excellent nuance by Michael Kramer in The Hero of Ages audiobook.

I’m re-listening to the whole series and just finished The Hero of Ages. When TenSoon is carrying Sazed through the ash in a horse body, he puts a little “whinny-ness” in his voice as he talks for TenSoon. Like a talking horse in Sesame Street. Hilarious and fantastic little detail. Love his voice.
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2023.06.03 17:11 diettmannd Why is Raytheon listed here?

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2023.06.03 14:38 The-Great-Smithnie The backtracking when Oda reveals Gorosei Devil Fruit designs is going to be legendary. No Gorosei can take an Admiral, let Big Bird and the Cookie Monster finish Sabo first.

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2023.06.03 13:44 Allie0074 Can I use the toothpaste while brushing 9m old’s teeth?

I tried calling my sister to ask and she didn’t answer lol
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2023.06.03 13:20 theshadowbudd RC Ventures LLC on Docket 604!!

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2023.06.03 11:32 Sherlock0502 RC Ventures LLC on Docket 604!!

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2023.06.03 09:10 bunnytron 2009 Kim is the most fun - full of beans!

2009 Kim is the most fun - full of beans!
This was before duck lips became the trend and celebrities didn’t know what to do with their faces. Duck Face became a major fad in the 2010s
2009 highlights:
• Palm Pilot-like technology with the stylus pens were phased out • Kindle 2 e-readers became the new, hip tech. They were dubbed, “The iPods of reading” • Yes, iPods were still so, so big. Lots of dancing in the street commercials. • Twitter became the fastest-growing web brand growing from 1.2 to 18.2 million users in one year • Sequins & rhinestones were major and everything had BLING BLING. You didn’t know why, but you owned a bolero. • Military jackets galore paired with ballet flats • Joseph Gordon Levitt was a heart throb • Avatar, Hurt Locker, The Hangover, & The Blind Side all premiered • Kanye crashed Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech • Chris Brown was arrested for assaulting Rihanna • Kim was currently dating Reggie Bush • Khloe married Lamar!
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2023.06.03 07:21 MyDogLovesmooch Complementing Dishes and Sauces for Perfectly Cooked White Rice

Complementing Dishes and Sauces for Perfectly Cooked White Rice
White rice: a humble, blank canvas that possesses an uncanny ability to adapt and enhance the flavors of its accompanying dishes. For many around the world, a meal seems incomplete without it. Yet, pairing the perfect white rice with the right dish and sauce can be transformative, taking your culinary journey to new heights.

Let's explore those delicious combinations.

The Versatility of White Rice

From the bustling streets of Thailand to the serene hills of Japan, white rice is a staple that holds together diverse cuisines. Its subtle flavor profile and soft, fluffy texture allow it to complement an array of dishes - from the spicy, and the tangy, to the subtly sweet.

In its simplicity, white rice carries the remarkable potential to elevate an ordinary dish into something extraordinary.

Understanding Flavor Profiles
Cooking is an art, and like any good artist, understanding your palette is key. The mild, subtly sweet flavor of white rice pairs beautifully with diverse flavor profiles, providing balance and complexity to your meals.

Be it the savory depth of umami, the kick of spiciness, or the refreshing hint of sourness, the unobtrusive charm of white rice provides the perfect backdrop, allowing these flavors to shine.


Meat-based Dishes with White Rice

Succulent Teriyaki chicken with its sweet and salty glaze, savory Beef stir-fry boasting vibrant vegetables and a tangy sauce, or hearty Chicken curry bursting with spices - these are classic examples of how meat-based dishes pair exquisitely with white rice.

The rice absorbs the flavorful juices and sauces, creating a harmony of tastes in every bite.

Vegetarian and Vegan Combinations

Fear not, plant lovers; white rice has plenty to offer you, too.

From a colorful mixed vegetable stir-fry brimming with crisp textures to a rich, protein-packed chickpea curry, the combinations are endless.

The key is in building flavor using herbs, spices, and condiments like soy sauce, sesame oil, or coconut milk, enhancing the overall dish while retaining the unique tastes of the vegetables.

Seafood Delights

For seafood lovers, white rice can be your best culinary ally.

Imagine a plate of garlicky shrimp scampi or a bowl of delicate salmon teriyaki on a bed of fluffy white rice, or pan-seared scallops paired with rice and a drizzle of lemon butter sauce.

The rice helps balance the richness of the seafood while absorbing the flavors of the accompanying sauces, resulting in a delicious harmony of tastes.

Sauces That Elevate Your Rice Dish

From the complex spice medley in a rich curry to the simple, comforting soy-based dressing, the right sauce can elevate your rice dish to restaurant-grade quality.

Whether you prefer a hot and spicy Szechuan sauce, a sweet and tangy Teriyaki, or a delicate, savory broth, these sauces seep into the rice, transforming each grain into a flavor-packed delight.

Perfecting the Art of Stir-Fry
Stir-frying is a quick, flavorful, and versatile cooking method that pairs perfectly with white rice. Start with your choice of protein, add a mix of colorful vegetables, and season with your favorite sauces and spices.

The key is to cook on high heat for a short time to retain the freshness and crunch of the vegetables while infusing the dish with vibrant flavors.


Rice Bowls: The One-Pot Wonders

One of the most popular ways to serve white rice is in a rice bowl. From the Japanese Donburi to the Korean Bibimbap, these dishes are a festival of flavors and textures.

Layered with your choice of protein, a mix of fresh and cooked vegetables, and topped with a perfectly cooked egg or a generous drizzle of sauce, these rice bowls are a testament to the versatility of white rice.

Choosing the Right Tool for Perfect White Rice

Just as the right ingredients can make a difference in your meal, so can the right tools. A well-cooked, fluffy white rice can be a game-changer, and one tool that both home cooks and professional chefs swear by is the Zojirushi NP HCC10XH. Renowned for its superior performance and consistent results, this rice cooker effortlessly transforms raw grains into perfectly cooked, restaurant-grade white rice.

With its advanced technology and multiple cooking settings, the Zojirushi rice cooker ensures each grain is cooked to perfection. The convenience it offers, from easy cleaning to a timer function, makes it a trusted appliance for any kitchen.

Whether you're whipping up a quick stir-fry at home or crafting a gourmet seafood delight in a professional setting, this rice cooker can be your trusted partner. After all, the first step towards a perfect pairing is ensuring that your white rice is cooked flawlessly.

What is Your Culinary Experience?

White rice, with its unassuming presence, has been the silent hero of many dishes across the globe.

Now, armed with this knowledge of perfect pairings, we hope you're inspired to embark on your culinary adventure. Remember, the best dishes often come from creativity and personal preference.

So, don't be afraid to experiment and explore new combinations. Do share your experience by commenting.
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2023.06.03 06:04 starcrescendo "You have to do it, because Elmo said, 'Elmo Says'. Ha Ha Ha Ha"

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2023.06.03 05:54 starcrescendo "Oh my god, Bert, stop being dramatic!"

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2023.06.03 02:50 TheBonesOfAutumn In the 1970’s, two unrelated deaths occurred within the confines of a small home that once stood along Lawrence County, Indiana’s Ramsey Ridge Road. Referred to by locals as “The Mysteries of Skin Ridge,” this is the story of the unusual deaths of Dennis McArthur, and Gerry Lee.

Nestled in northern Lawrence County, Indiana, just six miles from Bedford, lies Ramsey Ridge Road. Just under three miles in length, the rural pathway once referred to as “Skin Ridge'' winds through the sparsely populated area’s dense woods atop a hill overlooking Little Salt Creek and nearby Bartlettsville. In the 1970’s, two completely unrelated deaths occurred within the confines of a modest green house that once stood along the ridge. Referred to by locals as “The Mysteries of Skin Ridge,” this is the story of the unusual deaths of Dennis McArthur, and Gerry Lee.
Dennis McArthur
On April 11, 1976, 44-year-old Pearl McArthur returned home after a lengthy stay at Madison State Hospital. Pearl, who would later be diagnosed with schizophrenia, had committed herself to the hospital in early December, leaving her 18-year-old son, Dennis, to care for the house in her absence. Accompanied by her 23-year-old daughter, April, who lived in nearby Bedford with her husband Gary, Pearl made her way inside the small two-story farmhouse.
Inside, Pearl and April found the home in complete disarray. Trash laid strewed about, lamps and furniture were overturned, and the stove was caved in, its exhaust pipe torn from the wall. It was unusually cold inside as though no heat had been recently used, and a strange smell permeated the air.
Alarmed, Pearl and April began to frantically search for Dennis. As they made their way over to a small couch located in a bedroom on the second floor, they noticed a pile of blankets lying on the sofa. As Pearl peeled back the layer of quilts, she was met with a horrific scene; Dennis’s decomposed body lay beneath the bedding. They immediately summoned police.
Dennis was found in a fetal position on the couch, facing inwards. Although covered by quilts, he was nude from the waist down. The coroner estimated he had died one to two months prior, however the cold weather had, in part, delayed the decomposition process making it difficult to give an exact time of death. During an autopsy, it was discovered that Dennis was severely emaciated, to the point of starvation. No evidence of external or internal injuries were found.
Police discovered several bottles of pills in the home; vitamins used for energy, an antidepressant, and a drug used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. All of the pills were prescribed to Pearl, and were still relatively full. A toxicology test was conducted and proved negative, however the state pathologist who performed the test admitted that the test was incapable of detecting substances such as LSD. He also explained due to the amount of time that had passed since his death, the tests might not be one hundred percent accurate. Dennis’ cause of death was listed as malnutrition and exposure.
Investigators found several clues at the scene that struck them as odd. Although the cabin appeared ransacked, nothing seemed to be missing, including a small amount of money that was found within the disheveled home. Along with money, a small amount of, now spoiled, food was found in the cabinets and refrigerator. An upstairs window was found to be broken from the inside. Also upstairs, investigators discovered several large pools of blood, including one beside the couch where Dennis’ body was found. They also found blood on the backside of the couch, on a rug, and on the kitchen door frame, along with splatter on a wall. Testing confirmed the blood to be human.
Dennis was well known to both police and the county’s social workers. His mother, Pearl, was frequently in and out of mental institutions leaving Dennis and his two siblings to fend for themselves. The children’s father, Walter, had abandoned the family and moved to Georgia years prior. In 1972, Dennis was arrested for theft and truancy. That same year, he was expelled from school and never returned.
He was again arrested in 1973, this time for driving without a license, fleeing from police, possession of alcohol, and curfew violation. After his release, Dennis was sent to live with a man named Al Hagopian, a case worker for the Youth Services Bureau. Al was quoted as saying; “Finding him a place to stay was hard. The house where he had been staying was pretty grubby, and the state thought he was too young to live alone. His mother was in and out of hospitals a lot and he worried about her constantly. He didn’t want to return home, but said he had to go back to help care for his mother.”
Al discovered that Dennis “read and wrote backwards,” and was “practically illiterate.” After reviewing Dennis’ school records, he found multiple instances where teachers labeled Dennis as having disciplinary problems when it came to schoolwork, however not once did they mention he had a clear learning disability. Al further explained that attempts to secure employment for Dennis were nearly never successful. Aside from being unable to read or write, he had no vehicle. He also had no stable address or phone number and was oftentimes dirty and dressed in near rags.
Dennis’ unfair hand he had been dealt did not stop him from trying to act like an average kid most of the time, Al added. He explained that Dennis had an interest in cars, enjoyed hanging out with his friends, and was always chasing girls. He had also told Al he wanted to someday save up enough money for a new guitar, as he loved to play music. Al admitted that Dennis was also into the “street scene” and had dabbled in drugs and alcohol. Dennis returned home after two months of living with Al.
In 1974, after another arrest and his subsequent release from a youth detention center, Dennis went to live with his father for a short time. Dennis’ arrest had made headlines when it was learned the young man had been kept with adult men for a long period before being transferred to the youth detention center. Dennis and Walter reportedly couldn’t get along, however, and Dennis ran away to Florida. He lived there for a few months, washing cars to make money, before returning to the home on Ramsey Ridge in Indiana in 1975. He was again arrested, this time in Bloomington, Indiana for carrying a concealed weapon, alcohol consumption, and curfew violation. At the time of Dennis’ death, the charges against him were still pending.
According to his sister, April, she had gone to visit Dennis at the home on Ramsey Ridge on Christmas Eve. April said Dennis was sitting on the couch, playing his guitar. He also showed her a new rug he had purchased for the home. According to her, he seemed his usual self and the home was clean. April offered him some money, however Dennis refused claiming he had enough to get by.
Lucy Lively, an aunt of Dennis’ who lived “within hollering distance,” claimed she entered the home on February 1st to turn off a lamp that had been left burning. While she did not see Dennis, she claimed the home's interior was in normal order. Joe McArthur, Dennis’ paternal grandfather who also lived nearby, said it was not unusual for Dennis to disappear for long periods, so he thought nothing of the youths' absence as of late.
When Walter, Dennis’ father, was informed of his son's death, he informed police that Dennis, along with two male friends, had come to visit him in Georgia in mid December. He gave a description of the two teens and told police they had been introduced to him as “John Boy'' and “Blonde John.”
Police were able to track down “Blonde John” who was identified as 18-year-old John Fonk of Bloomington, Indiana. John told investigators that he and Dennis had driven to Florida together in October, not December, as Walter had stated. John explained they had stopped by Walter’s home in Georgia on their way back home. He was confident in the date as he had joined the Air Force in December. He also explained that “John Boy” had been a hitchhiker they had picked up along the way. According to John, “John Boy” rode back to Indiana with the pair, but he had not seen him, or Dennis since. He described him as being in his mid 20’s. After learning of the discrepancy in Walter’s story, police again tried to contact him, however phone calls and letters went unanswered. Unfortunately, they were never able to identify “John Boy.”
Further questioning of social services showed that Pearl had filled several grocery orders provided by state services, however the orders ceased when she had been again hospitalized. Eventually the Lawrence County Welfare Office had taken control and promised to look in on Dennis, however they could provide no evidence they had followed up on the case. They suggested that Dennis, overwhelmed with his impoverished lifestyle, had simply starved himself to the point of being comatose, before succumbing to the harsh cold of winter. They were quoted as saying “We were aware of him of course, but he never came to us. We don’t go looking for people if they don’t come to us for help. Now if he had, we would have done something.”
The local sheriff as well as members of Dennis’ family were unsatisfied with Dennis’ listed cause of death and continued to pursue the investigation for several months. Unfortunately due to a lack of funds, more elaborate tests that may have presented some clue as to how Dennis died could not be conducted. Sheriff Robbins was quoted as saying, “This is a very disturbing mystery, because even if someone confessed to killing him, I doubt we would have the evidence to prove it. But it sure is hard to believe he could kill himself like that, by just laying down and dying. We aren’t closing the case, it will remain open. But until we have something more to go on, there’s not much more we can do at this point.”
Dennis was laid to rest at Heltonville’s Gilgal Cemetery. Few attended the modest closed casket funeral and subsequent burial. One journalist gave a last description of Dennis’ final resting place,
“The dogwood trees are in full bloom on the hillsides of Gilgal Cemetery, and though Dennis’ body now rests peacefully beneath a carpet of fallen petals, his soul will surely never rest until the reasons behind his death are discovered.”
Pearl, Dennis’ mother, passed away in 2000 at the age of 67. Walter, Dennis’ father, died in 1988. His sister, April, passed away suddenly in 2006 at the age of 53. Dennis also had an older brother, Gordon, who passed away in 1994 at the age of 42.
Gerry Lee
On the evening of May 28, 1978, police were again summoned to the little green house on Ramsey Ridge. The home was now occupied by 27-year-old Gerry Lee, a divorced self employed carpenter, and his roommate, 25-year-old Michael Davis. When police arrived, Michael informed them that Gerry had committed suicide.
Gerry was found hanging from a maple tree located 20 feet from the home's front porch. The rope had been tied off to a branch approximately 10 feet above the ground and fashioned into a noose. His feet were found to be touching the ground, and his knees were bent. Blood was discovered on Gerry’s hands and pants, despite having suffered no visible wounds. An autopsy would reveal that Gerry had died of asphyxiation as a result of a fracture to his cricoid cartilage located at the base of his larynx. The coroner stated this was not an injury normally associated with suicidal hangings, but instead blunt force trauma to the throat. Inside, more blood was found on a television set, the phone, and on the kitchen floor. A window on the home's back door had been broken from the outside, leaving shards of glass lying on the kitchen floor.
When questioned, Michael gave an explanation for the unusual findings. He claimed that he, Gerry, and two other friends, Mike Oakly and Roberta Chandler, had spent the day in nearby Bedford before the foursome returned to the home on Ramsey Ridge. There, Michael told police that he and Gerry got into a “friendly scuffle” that resulted in Michael falling into the window in the kitchen. He suffered a deep laceration to his forehead that left him bleeding profusely.
According to Michael, Roberta and Mike accompanied him to seek medical treatment in Bedford, while Gerry stayed behind at home. Michael returned home alone from the hospital, having left Roberta and Mike in town. It was then he discovered Gerry’s body and summoned police. He added that that evening Gerry had threatened to shoot himself multiple times with one of the loaded guns kept in the home.
When Roberta and Mike were taken in for questioning, they gave similar accounts of the night's events. Both were released. Aside from having a visible wound, medical staff confirmed Michael had been to the hospital that evening, having sought treatment for a laceration to his forehead.
Still, both the prosecutor and the county coroner stated they were not entirely satisfied with a verdict of suicide. The coroner stated “Some things have not fallen into place like they should with a suicide case. Although it looks as though it could be a suicide, there are so many angles that do not fit in with the suicide verdict.” The prosecutor agreed, “I’m not satisfied with how the investigation was handled,” he said, “and there are still a lot of unanswered questions. Several months later, Gerry’s case was brought before a grand jury who ultimately returned a verdict of “probable suicide.”
Gerry was laid to rest in Bedford’s Breckenridge Cemetery. Despite his death being declared a suicide, many locals, including Gerry’s friends and neighbors, continued to believe that something more sinister may have happened that evening, and the suicide was in fact staged. The community’s more superstitious elders shared a similar belief, however adding that a “strange ethereal force” inhabited the room where Gerry once slept, and where two years prior the body of Dennis had been discovered.
Whatever your opinion may be, it seems for some the books will never fully be closed on “The Mysteries of Skin Ridge.”
Newspaper Clippings, Death Certificates, Photos- https://imgur.com/a/4kQ3rEl
Find a Grave Dennis- https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/63100083/dennis-scott-mcarthur
Find a Grave Pearl- https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/254365281/pearl-m-mcarthur?createdMemorial=Yes
Find a Grave Walter- https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/80652726/walter-rufus-mcarthur
Find a Grave Gerry- https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/47074796/gerry-wayne-lee
National Library of Medicine- https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22442828/#:~:text=Overall%2C%20neck%20structures%20fractures%20were,the%20cricoid%20cartilage%20of%2020.6%25.
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2023.06.03 02:04 DabbinBingel Help Identifying: Sesame Street Credits Font (1974-1978)

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