How do you know that you know everything there is to know ?

How do you know that you know everything there is to know ?

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June 2nd, 2002, 10:09 pm #1

For me, it's finding out that Yoda and Grover (from Sesame Street) are the same person.

Thought I'd add my voice to the deep discussions here.


"Fuzzy and blue, all over ... fuzzy and blue, like Grover, look at us two ... we're fuzzy and blue."


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June 2nd, 2002, 10:14 pm #2

Therefore, I know everything I need to know.

If you want to know the secrets of the universe though, read this book. "The Phantom Tollbooth."
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June 2nd, 2002, 11:04 pm #3

For me, it's finding out that Yoda and Grover (from Sesame Street) are the same person.

Thought I'd add my voice to the deep discussions here.


"Fuzzy and blue, all over ... fuzzy and blue, like Grover, look at us two ... we're fuzzy and blue."


-A
Since Doc already spoiled how many licks it takes to eat a tootsie pop... and Ashock revealed the mystery of Grover and Yoda...

Even Barney, and Elmo's puppeteers and voices have been revealed...
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June 2nd, 2002, 11:39 pm #4

... that is the difference between true science and pseudo science.


Whereas a # of tootsie roll licks would depend on the length and width of the tongue and the enthusiasm of the err ... licker, which is not accounted for, I actually took a truly scientific approach of trial and error. I insisted that my son listen to a Sesame Street tape on the way to pre-school, over and over. We listenened to such Grover classics as "All alone" and "Fuzzy and blue", and of course my personal favorite "Rubber duckie" which is Ernie's song, but I got in the mood, you know ... after which a hypothesis was born. I then watched the closing credits of Ep. I. and saw that Yoda was actually a "Special guest star Frank Oz". I then proceeded to watch Sesame Street with my son in the evening (which I diligently recorded previously), and only after I saw that Grover really was Frank Oz too, I had my completely irrefutable proof and the satisfaction that finally, now I know everything.

This ain't Dianetics, you know.



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June 2nd, 2002, 11:52 pm #5

Have just offended my Southern Sensibilities!

**Throws down the glove**

Just who do you think you are questioning my abilities to be an objective scientific licker of lollipops? To doubt my enthusiasm to be a "licker"?

LOL.

Frank Oz was the voice for about half the Muppets.
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June 3rd, 2002, 12:10 am #6

>> Frank Oz was the voice for about half the Muppets. <<

... only one Yoda.


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June 3rd, 2002, 1:17 am #7

On the Muppet Show he was. With C3PO, R2D2, and Mark Hammel he was with. On Sesame Street he ventured. A big jackass he made of himself he did. Look stupid he did do when talking about the alphabet. Not very wise is he.

Stupidity is the path to the dumb side it is.
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June 3rd, 2002, 2:14 am #8

My parents always went on about how Yoda used Fuzzy Bears voice
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June 3rd, 2002, 3:16 am #9

For me, it's finding out that Yoda and Grover (from Sesame Street) are the same person.

Thought I'd add my voice to the deep discussions here.


"Fuzzy and blue, all over ... fuzzy and blue, like Grover, look at us two ... we're fuzzy and blue."


-A
Short on games to play at the moment?
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June 3rd, 2002, 4:22 am #10

My parents always went on about how Yoda used Fuzzy Bears voice
Frank Oz (voice of Yoda and Fozzie) was also:

Miss Piggy
Animal
Sam The Eagle

And in addition to being Kermit, Jim Henson was also:

Rowlf the Dog
Waldorf
Dr. Teeth (the keyboardist in the band)



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