Hey there .. at first i thought it was photoshoped and a joke as you see many with muppets characters on internet.. but then i came across an article where they explaindthe picture i saw. It is an art piece they layd infront of the exposition entrance. It is about a pinodoll who was hit by a car as protest against the traffichighway through or near nature and kills a lot of animals this way.
Here is the link:
is there a place for something like this?, please your ideas andcomments
Just wanted to let you know I changed some wording on KunstRAI to preserve a Neutral Point of View. Also, I categorized it in "Miscellaneous Mentions" as it wasn't an official exhibit sanctioned by the character owner.
yes they all where made by play by play at least until 2010.. after that i dont really know.. But i think they still keep them manufacturing there. Also i tried tomake a better page for all the ones i know of.. still searching for pictures and try to catogorize them. I know they had basketball outfits, soccer outfits and athletic outfits. And from CF Barcelona, CF Valencia, Bilbao, Real Madrid and two others who i dont find anymore online. I hope you can help me manage a good insight on that page :)
Hi, I have a mystery on Sesamstrasse (magazine) -- I've been finding different covers that have the same issue numbers. So far I've found two issues each labeled #3, 4, 7 and 11. They all look like they're from roughly the same time. Do you know why that's happening?
Unfortunately, all I have are pictures of the covers, which I found on Ebay.
In the gallery on Sesamstrasse (magazine)#Regular Issues, I put the issue numbers that I can see in the pictures. The first issue in the gallery says Nr 1/2, and then there are two issues marked Nr 3, Nr 4, Nr 7 and Nr 11.
They all look like they come from around the same time -- maybe 1973 to 1975. Maybe they numbered the first two years by the month? That is -- 1973-3, 1973-4, 1973-5 and then 1974-3, 1974-4, 1974-5?
I might have to buy a few of these to figure this out. :)
I don't think we should have pages on each of the translated books in that series, though -- Hej, to ja! Florek etc. Usually we just put translations on the original book's page, and not make a separate page for each one.
I think in this case we should do a page for the series -- the translated ones as well as the Beata and Bazyli ones -- to show that Egmont took the US series and added two more books. But I don't think we should have a page for each of the translations. What do you think?
I doubted that too really. But maybe a combined page for the USA translated version. They all where translated by the writer of the Beata books.
It is kind of a matter of picking it up really. I have loads more stuff on the shelves that i want to add all in time when i am able to get to the stuff again.
For the moment im in between rebuilding the room i have it. I have lots of vila sesamo and books etc from other shows etc.
ps i also found sesame street live cd's by searching spanish as that seems the second language in use ;)
Can you make the combination pages. My english and uniform transcript isnt that good ;)
Yeah, I'll make the combination page. I love seeing all the international stuff you've been adding -- you inspired me to start looking up German and Dutch Sesame books again. :) I'd love to see the Vila Sesamo books, very cool!