15 April 2008

Old school like Sesame Street

Sunny Days Y'all,
Volumes 1 and 2 have been released but come with parental warnings!
Over the past 37 years "The Street" has been censored, adultrated, and recived several face-lifts.

The orginal years '60-'74 captured in the 2 first volumes ,will include the following:
Closeted Ernie and Bert sharing a dismal basement apartment, in a dingy deteriorating brownstone (Fags?). Lazzy fatt ass kids jockey for airtime with their deafening transistor radios. Monsterpiece Theater with Alistair Cookie, played by Cookie Monster smokes and eats pipes. An obece Cookie Monster on the fast track to diabetes the eniter time. Originally designed by Jim Henson for use in commercials for General Foods International and Frito-Lay, Cookie Monster was never a righteous figure. Oscar seems irredeemably miserable — hypersensitive, sarcastic, misanthropic, his depression goes by untreated and tollerated. Bert too, is described as grouchy; none of the characters, in fact, is especially sunshiney except maybe Ernie, who just seems slow. Snuffleupagus is visible only to Big Bird durring a hallucinating state. Stupid-happy Prozack-head Elmo didn't exist. Little lonely Sally finds herself befriended by older male stranger Gordon.

Sunny Day
Sweepin' the clouds away
On my way to where the air is sweet

Can you tell me how to get,
How to get to Sesame Street

1 comment:

J-RE said...

I've heard of such things. Apparently Sesame Street was created by drugged up hippies.