Motherhood and what's left over.
seriously?..thats just man mad epanipulation..how can that be the most touching thing you ever saw? i dont mean that..offensive???..not in a bad way..but..hmm...maybe its me...because i m..imune for such stuff..rumors are that i dont have tear dugs..dukts?...
Yeah, but you don't know who Jim Henson is, and he doesn't mean anything to you. So... this one's not to share with you. Maybe it would be more moving for you if the frog was on the autopsy table and there were shiny scalpels and a hint of foul play... ;) ducts!*
Dan, if it makes any difference, when Jim Henson died at age 53, his son Brian took over the puppeteering of Kermit, so the idea that it's his hand too got me as well.
I know exactly what you mean.
And Kermit was him as well. If you know what I mean.
Yep - Got me teary too. And you know what a meany I am.
oh c´mon girls..dont do that to me!
We care about it because of what it meant to our childhood, Danielle. If it didn't mean anything to yours and you don't know anything about the people involved, it couldn't be the same. We're not doing anything to you!
Yes, it made me a bit teary eyed too. Thanks for posting it, Jo.
well..his son and his daughter took over the company...but it was steve whitmire..hm..whitmeyer?..who played kermit from his death on...yeah yeah i know i m a troll....
Troll all you like, Dan. It doesn't change a thing...
I love Kermit. Yes, love. Because he is real to me. Seriously, he is as real to me as the sun and the rain and all things good.
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