What I learned on Sesame Street

So we were up extra early today with a sick child and flipped on Sesame Street in time to see the pre-show lesson. Some fruits and vegetables were signing about happy and healthy foods followed by Buzz Aldrin and Telly Monster discussing eating happily and healthy so you have energy to play. Seems like a good idea… but then the sponsor placements kick in prior to the actual show starting and the first sponsor as usual is McDonald’s, which runs completely counter…sigh.

Once again, reflecting on yesterday’s Cookie Monster – Cookies are a sometimes food – politically correct lesson… If the powers that be at Sesame Street were so concerned about childhood obesity, you’d think they might consider not accepting money from McDonald’s.

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One Reply to “What I learned on Sesame Street”

  1. As parents, it is our responsibility to give our children all the support that they need, especially in financial aspect. If you have kids, the need for emergency cash will occur more often. You might have to get a payday loan to take them out to Sesame Street on Ice or Chuck E Cheese, or pay for the damage their abundant plastic army men that are strewn all over your house caused clogging the vacuum, drains, and toilets. Perhaps in dealing with all of this, you may need to take them to the grandparents' house so you and the significant other can get away for a much-deserved weekend alone, another good use for emergency cash.

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