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Poll: My favorite human living on Sesame Street was always:
  • 14.6% - Gordon 80
  • 6.9% - Bob 38
  • 21.2% - Maria 116
  • 4.2% - Luis 23
  • 6.9% - Gloria 38
  • 40.4% - Mr. Hooper 221
  • 5.7% - Other (specify in the comments) 31
547 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

animalcracker


quality posts: 2 Private Messages animalcracker

Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle, may he RIP.

mdkopper


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Never saw it...
mk

MatadorBID


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I can't say I know any of their names. Nobody watches SS for the humans.

roadlizard7


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Never heard of any of them. I always liked Mr. Greenjeans on Captain Kangaroo.

natalieug


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I never watched it as a kid and I never let my kids watch it when they were little. On the other hand, old Electric Company was COOL and my kids have watched all those old episodes.

shanda


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I always loved Olivia! RIP

compunaut


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natalieug wrote:I never watched it as a kid and I never let my kids watch it when they were little. On the other hand, old Electric Company was COOL and my kids have watched all those old episodes.



You, sir, are simply a fool.

RWoodward


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Bert and Ernie were humans. Sort of. I mean they weren't birds or frogs or dogs or monsters. Or whatever the hell Elmo was.

rottndachs


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My son's favorite was Linda. He is 29 years old now and she sparked his interest in learning to sign to help those who can't hear.
Mine was the first Gordon.
For those who didn't watch or won't/wouldn't let their children watch...SHAME ON YOU.

paperthinwalls


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There were humans living on Sesame Street?

Is this it? what am i supposed to do here?

sgtgreeneusmc


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I watched Mr. Rogers

sgtgreeneusmc


quality posts: 5 Private Messages sgtgreeneusmc
rottndachs wrote:My son's favorite was Linda. He is 29 years old now and she sparked his interest in learning to sign to help those who can't hear.
Mine was the first Gordon.
For those who didn't watch or won't/wouldn't let their children watch...SHAME ON YOU.



Really? "Shame on you for not watching this show I like when you were a child!" Bit harsh?

sgtgreeneusmc


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natalieug wrote:I never watched it as a kid and I never let my kids watch it when they were little. On the other hand, old Electric Company was COOL and my kids have watched all those old episodes.



Fine if you didn't watch it as a child, but why would you not ALLOW your kids to watch it?

RWoodward


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sgtgreeneusmc wrote:Fine if you didn't watch it as a child, but why would you not ALLOW your kids to watch it?



'cause they's a bunch of inner-city, bleedin' heart, gay lovin' race mixin' atheist liberuls, an ah don' want ma Mary-Sue Jane Ellen, Bubba and little Cletus gettin' none of them high falutin' socialist propaganda idears in ther heads, thet's why! ;^)