2. Sesame Street is just starting it's 41st season. I do not see how this could possibly be true because Sesame Street's first season was the year I was born, and I'm not...oh. Yes, I am. Here's my all time favorite clip from Sesame Street. I wanted that doll house, but especially the 2 little spoons.
3. You may know that a group of crows is a murder and a group of penguins is a parcel, but what about a group of trolls or mummies? Fear not! Geekologie has posted a list of supernatural collective nouns. And it's disturbingly thorough. Now I know that it's a malevolence of trolls and a liberty of mummies. Also super good to know: a group of Jedi is a jake. But why do they list the Yeti in the Wildlife Class, but Bigfoot in the Monster Class? Furthermore, why do we need to know that the collective noun for a group of Bigfeet is a ruminance. Sorry, there's only one Bigfoot. No need for a collective noun OR a plural designation. (Even if there were more than one Bigfoot, everyone knows they are solitary, shy creatures and would never go around as a group.)
4. Morning naps are fabulous. I see no need to elaborate.
5. The book Where's Waldo is a banned book. It's banned books week and our library has a poster with lots of pictures of banned books. I know about Harry Potter and Catcher in the Rye and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn being banned books. But Where's Waldo? The link I included earlier explains it, but this list from Amazon has even more banned kids books and the reasons why. Some I can understand, but banning the dictionary because it contains objectionable words like bed, knockers and balls? Some people have too much time on their hands. However, I totally agree with the crazies for banning The Giving Tree, just not for the reasons they state.
6. After 7 seasons, The Office has still got it!