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Here we are, year two! Just wanted to take a second and thank you guys again for another great year! We’ve once again had our highs (The A-Team, Kick-Ass, Fast Five), as well as our lows (Jonah Hex, Predators, How Do You Know), but overall it’s been a pretty good year! Thanks again for your continued support, and here’s to the years to come!


The Stash has been up for a year now, and I just wanted to take a second to thank everybody for continuing to stop by and helping to spread the word of the Stash. We’ve had our highs (District 9Pirate RadioThe Crazies), but we also had our lows (The WolfmanA Perfect GetawayLeap Year), and overall it was a very good year! Thanks again and here’s to another great year!

Before kindergarten we all started our education on the street… Sesame Street. Can you count to forty? Well, thanks to Count Van Count, I can. Sesame Street is turning forty years old today, and they don’t seem a day over five. Sesame Street taught me everything, from near to far, from A to Z, and even that one of these things is not like the other. They even taught me loss. I, to this day, remember the day Mr. Hooper died. My favorite character from the show wasn’t even a regular on the show. No, I’m not talking about Kermit the roaming reporter. My favorite was always Barkley. What!? You don’t know who Barkley is! Barkley is the giant dog. I loved seeing him run down that hill with those kids in the end credits of every show, but would always be devastated when he wasn’t in the show. Which was like 90% of the time. I remember asking my mom, “Why would they show him at the end of every show, but never have him in the show?” I think the best part about Sesame Street for our generation, is that we got to graduate to The Muppet Show when we out grew Sesame Street. I can’t even begin to thank all the men and women who worked on this show over the last forty year, and helped raise billions of kids. However, there are two men, that we should all take a moment to be thankful for today. They are Jim Henson and Frank Oz. Would we even have a childhood without them? Not one I would care to remember.