18 Burst results for "Mr Hooper"

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Obviously there are times. Where i i enjoy it. A messy but certain certain times. I find it abhorrent to be there at monitor like i the idea of breaking fiction that i've worked so hard to develop and seeing a grip have to move some furniture. Put a light standing like makes me wanna vomit and so hurts for me when the crew shows up nowadays. It's like okay. I did it casino. Hands like i'm moving on. I can't be here to watch you guys. Destroy this world. Because you've got to put gaff tape on the floor. But i think you're corrupting this beautiful room for sure. And i think over time because it's just like mind-numbing to see like the crew show up with their the bottled water and stuff and so like nowadays. I'm kinda like okay. Well i'm going to throw a because you guys need me to do it. Because i'm the only person worrying about mar but also be because i just i can't deal with watching forty takes where you're breaking a glass on the on the floor and and then to to the second to the second question i i try to as you as you accumulate or at least in my case you start to meet people who i think as far as a facet of being a good designer as you start to meet people where you can engage critically like certain things that they're really good at even if they don't have names for positions yet so by the time they become real movies you have your charge scenic your head painter the paint department the construction department your draftsmen who are work in the blueprints in the office and he starts to figure out these nynex of who does what i can give you a quick example like i was before corona virus happened i was prepping the sesame street movie for warner brothers and unfortunately fell apart until next year but but we decided early on that because of the kind of cultural capital of sesame street how important it is So many people that blueprints that were built that we're drawing in the art office and sending to the construction shop where something that we really wanted to be Considerate of Historically and so we were hand. Drafting the hero buildings of sesame. Street the brownstone the carriage house. Mr hooper store secondary buildings We were doing. We were drawing on computer but there was something tangible so that we were finding the kinds of people who certain draft men are better at hand drying and we were having them work on the classic sesame street buildings because they put a little heart into those elements that kind of thing so you know all of those departments from set decoration to props to to Construction you you kind of start to figure out. In whatever city you're working in who's who feels good with what elements and then user to kind of build a language at munich ation but those people is it fair to say that the production any sort of makes everything that's physical and the senior everything that you see in a in a movie because i think part of the roles that she said there you know. I'm familiar with a lot of them. But for a lot of people out there. Especially if they're coming from the camera department or the on the super indy level. You know the draftsmen. The here had seen the here these kinds of terms. And they're like..

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"He's been with sesame for a long time and she says the death of Willie the actor who played Mr Hooper. It presented a real dilemma. For the show's writers. They gave a lot of decision to this. So the actor dies in real life and you have choices when you have a television show G You replace the actor. Ju just right right the actor off and as we do on sesame street or always putting the needs of kids first so from an educational point of view. What is the right thing to do for children? And in the case of Mr Hooper. The right thing was to be completely painfully honest. Egbert Mr Hooper's not coming back off big bird when people die. They don't come back no number. Why not well Big Bird? Their Dad they come back This brings us to the first of our big takeaways be honest and concrete when talking with kids about the what of death what happens and what it means. That's right because young kids often have trouble understanding the permanence of death and rose. Marie says we. Grownups are often part of the problem. Death is a part about lives and what happens is that as adults. We find talking about death difficult and when we're trying to talk to our children about death we don't necessarily always have the words and so rosemary says we often use euphemisms instead which can be really confusing for kids and even scary thing passed away. The no is sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey Put the dog to sleep. We put the doctor sleep. That's that's a really big one And the reason for that is that well. Then if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonNA wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die? You go to sleep every night. Mommy and Daddy. Are you going to die? So it's really important to use the word died inequality I feel like we often trip up in our rush to want to reassure kids so I remember when my older daughter is three. She said I know Mommy. You said everybody dies but me and you and the cat won't die right and I so wanted to tell her. No nobody none of you know when you love going to die but you know. I had to tell her the truth and I was so glad that I did. Because if you years later our our cat did pass away did I. You hear that on you. It's hardcore you know we're so used to doing that. It's really hard. It's totally true. Muslims everywhere which is one reason. Rosemary says don't just use the word dive but also be clear with kids like this is what it means you know when you die. Your heart stops. Your body stops working. You don't eat you. Don't breathe to give more concrete information about what is the meaning of death. This is all true for when we're talking about the what of death but you know. The advice is a little different when kids are asking the why questions and this brings us to take away number two. Which is sometimes it can be better not to tell kids too much especially not all at once. So let's let's pick up where we left off with big burden. Why don't understand you know everything was just fine. Why does it have to this way? Give me one good reason. One good reason and it is at this point that a grownup on the show. A man named Gordon stands up. He walks over and he says something that just hit me. It's so simple. Cory bird it has to be this way because just because just because just because that's it. Yeah that's it. So Rosemary says they picked that answer for a few reasons so first of all. They wanted to leave room for families to talk about the meaning of death according to their own faith traditions their beliefs and you know and we as parents should always feel free to kind of we all will fill that in however it makes sense to us which is an easy right but rosemary says there's another reason they did it this way and it's the sometimes it's better not to give kids too much information at least all at once right so kids. They get overwhelmed really easily so to adults and in this moment gordon concede that big birds already taken in a lot so he holds back. Rosemary says she got advice on this one's from hospice social worker. Who specialized in talking with kids about death and she used the analogy of eating an apple when we eat an apple. We'd we'd the whole apple when a child eats an apple. They take a bite maybe two bites. They put it down down. Leave it on the couch on the floor on the floor. Pick a backup. Take two more by exactly and this goes on now. We will look at that apple and say gross like I ain't eating this apple But for them it's like I'm still eating the apple. That's probably how go into to experience death as well. They'RE GONNA take a couple of bites they're going to go on with their life and they're gonNA come back and they're gonNA take a couple more by rose. Marie are you that person that parent who slices up the apple and gives them a few slices at a time so serious. Where'd you the whole piece of fruit? But even the slice they probably not going to eat the whole

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Be Honest And Concrete: Tips For Talking To Kids About Death

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:57 min | 1 year ago

Be Honest And Concrete: Tips For Talking To Kids About Death

"He's been with sesame for a long time and she says the death of Willie the actor who played Mr Hooper. It presented a real dilemma. For the show's writers. They gave a lot of decision to this. So the actor dies in real life and you have choices when you have a television show G You replace the actor. Ju just right right the actor off and as we do on sesame street or always putting the needs of kids first so from an educational point of view. What is the right thing to do for children? And in the case of Mr Hooper. The right thing was to be completely painfully honest. Egbert Mr Hooper's not coming back off big bird when people die. They don't come back no number. Why not well Big Bird? Their Dad they come back This brings us to the first of our big takeaways be honest and concrete when talking with kids about the what of death what happens and what it means. That's right because young kids often have trouble understanding the permanence of death and rose. Marie says we. Grownups are often part of the problem. Death is a part about lives and what happens is that as adults. We find talking about death difficult and when we're trying to talk to our children about death we don't necessarily always have the words and so rosemary says we often use euphemisms instead which can be really confusing for kids and even scary thing passed away. The no is sorry for your loss. Went on a long journey Put the dog to sleep. We put the doctor sleep. That's that's a really big one And the reason for that is that well. Then if you're telling me now that the dog went to sleep in his not gonNA wake up and died while I go to sleep every night. Am I going to die? You go to sleep every night. Mommy and Daddy. Are you going to die? So it's really important to use the word died inequality I feel like we often trip up in our rush to want to reassure kids so I remember when my older daughter is three. She said I know Mommy. You said everybody dies but me and you and the cat won't die right and I so wanted to tell her. No nobody none of you know when you love going to die but you know. I had to tell her the truth and I was so glad that I did. Because if you years later our our cat did pass away did I. You hear that on you. It's hardcore you know we're so used to doing that. It's really hard. It's totally true. Muslims everywhere which is one reason. Rosemary says don't just use the word dive but also be clear with kids like this is what it means you know when you die. Your heart stops. Your body stops working. You don't eat you. Don't breathe to give more concrete information about what is the meaning of death. This is all true for when we're talking about the what of death but you know. The advice is a little different when kids are asking the why questions and this brings us to take away number two. Which is sometimes it can be better not to tell kids too much especially not all at once. So let's let's pick up where we left off with big burden. Why don't understand you know everything was just fine. Why does it have to this way? Give me one good reason. One good reason and it is at this point that a grownup on the show. A man named Gordon stands up. He walks over and he says something that just hit me. It's so simple. Cory bird it has to be this way because just because just because just because that's it. Yeah that's it. So Rosemary says they picked that answer for a few reasons so first of all. They wanted to leave room for families to talk about the meaning of death according to their own faith traditions their beliefs and you know and we as parents should always feel free to kind of we all will fill that in however it makes sense to us which is an easy right but rosemary says there's another reason they did it this way and it's the sometimes it's better not to give kids too much information at least all at once right so kids. They get overwhelmed really easily so to adults and in this moment gordon concede that big birds already taken in a lot so he holds back. Rosemary says she got advice on this one's from hospice social worker. Who specialized in talking with kids about death and she used the analogy of eating an apple when we eat an apple. We'd we'd the whole apple when a child eats an apple. They take a bite maybe two bites. They put it down down. Leave it on the couch on the floor on the floor. Pick a backup. Take two more by exactly and this goes on now. We will look at that apple and say gross like I ain't eating this apple But for them it's like I'm still eating the apple. That's probably how go into to experience death as well. They'RE GONNA take a couple of bites they're going to go on with their life and they're gonNA come back and they're gonNA take a couple more by rose. Marie are you that person that parent who slices up the apple and gives them a few slices at a time so serious. Where'd you the whole piece of fruit? But even the slice they probably not going to eat the whole

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Question number two did sesame St I appear on the air was a nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty nine nineteen seventy or nineteen seventy-one. What year did Sesame Street debut? Sixty eight sixty nine. Seventy or seventy one question or three which character on sesame street has a teddy bear named radar which character sesame street has a teddy bear named radar question number four. What are the first two words to the Sesame Street theme Song Number Four? What are the first two words to the Sesame Street theme Song Question Number Five? What is Bert's favorite breakfast? Food number. Five what is Bert's favorite breakfast. Food Number Five Live halfway through this quiz on sesame street. Here's the number six. What is the name of the show? That cookie monster hosts as Alice Star our cookie question number six. What is the name of the show they? COOKIE MONSTER HOSTS AS ALISTAIR COOKIE question number seven. What was the name of the ball? Glasses wearing gentlemen store keeper. That big bird could never remember. What was the name of the ball? Glasses wearing gentlemen storekeeper that big bird bird could never remember question number eight nine hundred ninety six. What was the name of the sesame street toy that every kid wanted Ed for Christmas number eight nine hundred ninety six? What was the name of the sesame street toy that every kid wanted number eight question number nine who was the host of the segment news flash number nine who was the host of the segment? Newsflash two questions remain. Here's number ten. The resident magician on sesame street is the amazing Mumford. What were his trademark magic words? Instead of Abracadabra Moldy say instead of Abracadabra number ten and number eleven for two bonus bonus points. What was big birds? Best Friend's name. And how do you spell it. What was big birds? Best Friend's name. And how do you spell that name that that is the end of today's eleven question Sesame Street quiz some tough questions in there. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers. JUICERY STREET TRIVIA. Let's see how many you got out of eleven number one. elmo has a Goldfish for a pet. What is her name? It is a female name as you can tell from the her there. It's Dorothy Dorothy Goldfish. And I didn't watch a lot of ELMO growing up. I think his popularity was a little bit after my childhood but I do remember him saying what I've seen modern episodes how hi Dr Likes talking to Dorothy the Goldfish and as you can tell. I am impeccable at impressions number two. What year did Sesame Street? St I appear on the air. Nineteen sixty nine was the year nineteen sixty nine. The show's been on for fifty years. Holy Cow Fifty. Yeah nineteen Wow Wow that's a long time going into the second half a century here with sesame street number three which character on sesame street has a teddy bear named radar that would be big bird heard big bird to be exact has a teddy bear named radar. Maybe named after the Mash character number. Four what are the first two words. The Sesame Street theme Song Sunny Day Number Four Sunny Day. I would not have been able to get that until I read it. I went. Oh Yeah it starts off by saying Sunday number five. What is birds favorite breakfast food OATMEAL? He's kind of a scratchy muppet puppet guy. Burt likes OATMEAL. My brother town love's oatmeal. I don't think I've ever had a bowl of oatmeal my entire life and and I'm going to keep it that way number six. What is the name of the show? The cookie monster host is alistair cookie monster piece theater. That does sound familiar monster piece theater number seven. What was the name for the ball? Glasses wearing gentlemen storekeeper that big bird could never remember. Mr Hooper Mr Hooper. I bet he likes basketball number. Eight in nineteen ninety-six was the toy. Oh everybody wanted from the sesame street franchise that was tickle me. ELMO number eight tickle me elmo they have a bunch of those dolls they seemingly come out every year where he does something else number nine who was the host of the segment newsflash. That was kermit. The Frog kermit the frog. I think that's an older one number ten. The resident magician on sesame street was the amazing Mumford. He wouldn't say Abracadabra he would say Allah peanut butter sandwiches Allah peanut butter sandwiches and number. Eleven for two point was big birds. Best Friend's name. And how do you spell it. Mr Mr snuffle up a guess which. I don't think I've ever pronounced it the right way. Mr snuffle up against so it's S. N. U. F. F. L. E. UP APPEA- ag us. snuffle up again. So there you go you learn how to spell his name and a bunch of other stuff from sesame street. Thanks to Scott Buds for writing in those questions and thanks for Maria for recommending the topic over on the Patriot Excel sheet. It's time for the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of Sandy Miss California check them out at FM DESIGNS INC DOT COM. Hey dog run is an appropriate Anagram for a dog breed name. Hey dog run. If you rearrange Gitte would spell out what popular dog breed. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or e Mail Ryan Buds Female Dot Com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday's questioned the answer was Nicholas Sparks for the the writer of the Notebook and tribute. T- name of the day. Is I know why the Nick Caged Bird sings. I know why the Nick Cage Bird Sings. Enjoy Way that team name next time. You need one when you're playing team Trivia with your pals guys thank you so much for listening to the show. Thanks for the I tunes Reviews Goal Yvonne Right now if you have a few minutes and we'll see you tomorrow for more trivia with buds cheers.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"Big bird, don't you remember? We told you. Mr. Hooper died. He's dead. That's sonia. Manzano as Maria breaking some tough news to Carroll Spinney as big bird. She's going to combat who's gonna take care of the store, who's gonna make my birdseed. Milkshakes. Tell me stories we drew in this piece of TV history quite a bit in our earlier life kit, episode on how to talk to kids about death. And if you remember Mr. Hooper, the character, who ran says me's corner store was played by actor will Lee and Willie. The actor actually died in one thousand nine hundred two I just remember of obviously, the whole cast was, heartbroken that our beloved cast member will Lee who played Mr. Hooper for so many years was no no longer with us. Monsanto remembers Lee fondly as a deeply devoted actor and has a lifelong activist Willie was James Earl Jones is acting teacher. Really, really? So Willie k from this whole kind of method acting world. He was a political activist in the. Thirties, heat would tell me about Kazan and as you know, during the McCarthy era Elliott, Elliott Kazan the director many people were blacklisted and Kazan named names and Willie would tell me about that time, and how he saw Kazan on the street, and he crossed the street in one, you know, face him and he would tell us about marching in the thirties for union rights. And I always loved the way she would deliver lines on Sesame Street because he'd go put up a big bird. I'm oh God. You know, and he would do all of this kind of behavior. And I said to the producers acceptance Elsie singer, I just love the way he delivers his lines with that. All that hesitation coming back. I want to do that. And she said, no, no. I think it just doesn't remember his live. But a key, he was one of those kind of method actors of that era and. You know, and I, I loved him for that, though, he always used to say when we wanted him to be on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. I didn't work this hard all my life to work this hard. Willie's, death wasn't just hard on the cast, it posed a real challenge to the show's writers, we didn't know and I heard through hearing this through the grapevine how to handle his departure. And of course, everyone said, well, let's just say he retired and let's do everything, but say that Mr. Hooper had died, but a basic principle of Sesame Street was always that we wanted to show, children, real life, the way, the world worked. So it was all the, the job of Dulcie singer, who was the executive producer who really fought back the, the sensibility of let's, let's say he went away, or of gloss it over. She really wanted to face it head on and, and she did a remarkable job of it. This is so important because it's something we also talked about an hour. Episode, which is that we so many times, you want to soften things for kids and beat around the Bush and tell them, you know, their dog went to live on a farm, or, you know, somebody passed away but, but really having the courage to be clear with kids. Yes. And actually, you really come for them more if you're straight up with them, and tell them the truth. I'll call Fred Rogers who said, why leave them to the mercy of their imaginings? Why not tell them exactly what's going on? And I remember as a kid, having questions myself about life, and I actually my mother was pretty good about them. I asked her once why she went to work when other mothers stayed home because at that time, you know, mothers stayed home and she had to go to work in the factory. And she said, look, if I didn't go to work, we could not make ends meet, we wouldn't have enough money. Of course, I'd like to stay home with you. But I can't. So that's another straight up answer because I was. Is thinking that she just didn't want to be with us when she left every every morning. Do you remember anything about the response to the episode? Well, it was absolutely groundbreaking. It was scheduled to be shown on Thanksgiving Day, so that parents would be home with the child. And after the showing of goodbye, Mr. Hooper, there was a beautiful little piece that was just classical music, and no dialogue. So there was a moment to reflect. So it was set up very carefully. Of course. People said, oh, some people said, how could they do death? Our culture cannot handle dying. You know, in other cultures have certain rituals that they go through, but we have a particularly difficult time. Why do you think the why are we so bad at death? I that's a very good question. And if I had the answer to that, I'd bottle it and sell it. But Zano also began writing for Sesame Street in the mid eighties. Thanks to executive producer, Dulcie singer. I would question some of the Latino content on the show, and then I would say, well, you should do this that, and she finally said, why don't.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and Trach Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing a bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Sudan. I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We are the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific collar specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. Now when you push back against the progressive centralized state when you insist that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country when you went since wave a magnificent culture, and that people who want to come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. At fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro's revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty nine people before.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on WTVN

"Abraham Cooper is a propagandist. For this HAMAs front group called care, which has a foothold in the United States, and they use every opportunity to support Democrats and trash Republicans and here he is on CNN today. Cut three go. Unfortunately, we have our nation's top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish or Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem. Even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced she'll be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When these sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We're the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we're the ones who are tolerant. When you push back against the progressive centralized state when you went cyst that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country when you went SIS a magnificent culture, and that people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. Fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request of President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro and his revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Top leaders, and I'm talking about President Trump, mainstreaming bigotry and bringing bigotry and division as a source of governance. President Trump governs based on fear and lies. You must be confusing. The United States. With virtually every Arab and Muslim country on the face of the earth. If you're Jewish Christian. Try to go to Medina. If you're Jewish Christian, see if you're welcome in the Gaza Strip. Or even parts of Jerusalem or even on the Temple Mount. If you're Jewish or Christian. See how widely embraced show be in Tehran. And I could go on and on. Mr. Hooper confuses the United States with those countries. People flee to this country. Compare this country to Somalia. Are the Sudan? I am sick and tired. When the sickos go out and kill people. That somehow that reflects our thinking somehow that reflects our philosophy somehow that reflects our politics our principles when in fact, we are repulsed by it. We are the ones who embrace the declaration of independence, which is not religious specific color specific ancestry specific, unalienable rights. We're the ones who say live and let live. Live and let live we are the ones who are tolerant. That one you push back against the progressive centralized state. When you insist that there be a rule of law, and it'd be followed by everybody who wants to come into this country. Why you insist wave a magnificent culture, and that people who wanna come here must assimilate. Then all of a sudden you must support the mass slaughter of fill in the blank. A fill in the blank. Nancy Pelosi visited Assad. Against the direct request a President, George W Bush. Assad killed forty nine people before you had breakfast. Almost all Muslims. The New York Times supported Fidel Castro's revolution. Fidel Castro killed forty nine people. Before.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"And. Corey on you. So we both just recently lost our beloved family cats, ruby and Bill. Yeah. And at the age of sixteen both of them, and I remember you telling me about a story that happened when you were a kid to losing a pet. This was the first time death came to my family for me anyway. And it was my dog Mingo. He was a black cocker spaniel. He went to the vet's office. He'd been really sick. And he didn't come home that night. And I remember the next day which just so happened to be my seventh birthday, we're at the dinner table celebrating. And I just keep asking my parents. Where's mingo? This doesn't make any sense. Where is Mingo? They must have been so tortured about it. Yeah. They were in a total bind. I know if I were in their situation. I don't know what I would have done, but they had tried to get through my birthday without telling me, but I have forced the issue, and they said we put him to sleep, and it turns out on that that. Very same day. So this is my birthday, which also happened to be thanksgiving nineteen Eighty-three. I wasn't the only one struggling to make sense of death. Where is he I wanna give it to him? That's big bird from Sesame Street in one of the shows most famous episodes, and it turned out this episode on you it aired on my seventh birthday. It's the one where Mr. Hooper who ran the soda fountain. He's just died and big bird wants to give him a present. It's a portrait he's drawn. Where is he? Big bird. Don't you? Remember, we told you? Mr. Hooper died. He's dead. Yeah. Remember without I'll give it to him when he comes back and with follows is a masterclass in how you talk with kids about death. You're listening to life kit for parents. I'm Corey Turner and education reporter with NPR and the father of two boys, and I'm on your cabinets education reporter NPR and the mother of two girls, and we've got six strategies for talking with kids about death, including what Apple's can tell us about how kids make sense of tough news. We'll have that when we come back..

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"These years, right? Yeah. Like, he's obviously got some demons as well. Yeah. He's struggling. He's got some some sex slaves down in there. Thanks. So you can hear them every once in a while they'll go to Oscar. Bitches? Oh, willow didn't have a worm name worming. That was never Sesame Street guy. I think he had a little inchworm. They warned me little worm on his trash can back in the day. Of course, only big bird could see Snuffle up against. And then somewhere along the way, I don't know why. And how Snuffy was visible to everyone. It might have been when Mr. Hooper died, which is a very sad day for me. I was a big believer in the children's television workshop is a very small child stoke the imagination. It's still going strong. I'm glad it'll I don't think it'll ever stop couple of dad, right? Isn't Gordon or Bob or Maria or some of them dead. Even remember their names. I try not to think about those the pastimes on Mr.. What is that? What the children's work shelters television workshop. They're the people who put on. Okay. Okay. They've put on you ever watched Mr. Jessop who Mr. dress up. No, what's that? It was like it was I think it was kind of the big competitor for mister Rogers was like an old man who had all these puppets and the little tree house and. No, no, no. I was I was a guy who watched electric company zoom Sesame Street great space coaster, though, that was less educational. Although I believe they did some stuff in Spanish, and then there was a show called via Allegra. And the theme was no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, gray. And they would do they would do a little skit in English. And then and then they do a couple of other skits. And then they do the same skit in Spanish. So as a little kid, it really taught me how to start speaking Spanish shows, none of the Ernie longer. Pour que no. Okay. No, he's very disturbing. Like, I definitely molested kids and then bludgeoned nam and then raped their dead bodies. That's my eyeball. That's what I think looking at. It was big in Canada. I guess where they do that. And and then hot fudge was another show. I don't remember much about it. I just remember it was a tripped out kids show called hot fudge, dude. Forget shows now he just on YouTube, and everybody's gonna sing along. And you're good to go hot. Fudge was shown over here, though. Because I know I watched over my granny's house, and it had a real tripped out muppet looking thing part. Okay. Nineteen seventy four. So I would have been five years old produced in Detroit, John, but aired all over the country, including Chicago,.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Everyone is always expressing the concern that this is not assaultive -ly. Cheerful. Not as. To contextualize this a little bit on the on the classic nineteen seventy five Elba m- merry Christmas. From Sesame Street song is used as the climax of their retelling of the gift of the major. I wherein Burt goes to Mr. Hooper and ponds his precious paper clip collection. So that he can get Ernie a soapdish to keep his rubber Duckie in without realizing that Ernie has sold rubber Ducky to Mr. Hooper. So that he can get Vert a cigar box for that same paper clip collection. Of course, the story climaxes with Mr. Hooper giving each of the boys their their presence back on Christmas mornings boiler. Sorry, right. All right. But it's like Bertin or any other just celebrating their Christmas together. It's just the two of them with their corner store proprietor. And that is what I love about the song. This is I feel the most modest and human scale Christmas song ever, I feel like the little is louder than the the Mary. And and the more commercialized Christmas gets the more. I feel like the song resonates. This is this is a triumph of minimalism. I will say that that Bert and Ernie version sounds a little bit like the Bob Dylan Christmas album. I was thinking when when we played those back to back to create that medley. It reminded me of like Natalie Cole singing with NAT king Cole recording. Very just felt like the miracle of modern because. Right. I mean, we don't know for certain that she's either bird or Ernie's mother, but there are rumors. So there could be a familial connection. Thank you. Chris. I went back and forth for one I too. Am a hard hard hard core. Fan of have yourself. Mary little Christmas. I think it is the Christmas anthem for mopus. Right. You know? So so so I'm right there with it. It's another song that I think has been covered. So well, so many times it's not very often that you find Christmas song where you find yourself liking almost every cover of it. And that's that's an incredibly indelible melody, and that's actually kind of the basis for the song that I chose I decided to go as absolutely old fashioned as possible and STAN hard for silent night. So I could have picked from probably thousands of versions of silent night. Maybe the most covered of all Christmas.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"That's right. He is, and he goes, all right. See you soon, and you're good because they asked him this. Could you tell him he's a good boy like he's he's holding on and we want him to know it's okay to go. So Carroll Spinney set all that stuff and then say goodbye and then talk to the parents. I guess two weeks later, whatever boy died right after the fucking phone call die with a smile on his face, hung up the phone and said, big bird is my friend and passed away smiling. So Carroll Spinney said right then and there I knew how important what we were doing was, can you imagine like you're a fucking puppeteer and you have that massive impact on a life as short life, but fucking all that meaning everything he'd ever worked on lead till that one moment in time where he could give a little bit of comfort to somebody had out of this world. Right? That was just one story about somebody that that character touch. He's got a fucking gazillion story, fifty years worth, oh, he raised a lot of us, man. Like I watched the show. Oh, when I was a kid in big bird was like a good guy. Like, you know, you knew you could trust him and shit like that. Yeah, it was tall. So you had to watch out from shit from above, but like. Y'all got the impression you had a good soul, and that's because the guy inside the suit man watched that documentary. It'll fucking make you weep. It's really, really beautiful story, and I'm glad like we're doing a story about how he's retiring and not lie. Yeah, he passed away inside the suit or some such shit. Thankfully, that wasn't the case. Now, other people will do those parts man. He stopping at forty nine years, which I think makes them a pussy a little bit really. Held on one more year could add like a fiftieth anniversary like Mr. Hooper, whatever. And like fucking just fifty years is better than forty nine years because your pussy bro. Mr. Hooper is long. Anymore. But Maria, she's still there. I always had the hots Maria. Like a child Boehner for Maria. If saw Maria. Now you might be like a grandmother. I still do a favor. Faber, I would help Marie. She probably could use a little tell me how to get to Sesame Street. Meet Mr. snuggle up. Sunny day clouds away who's the puppet now..

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"mr hooper" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I am pretty uncomfortable with how attractive i find lady elaine lady elaine yeah she lives in a museum no not lady allow stick to it yes jesse stagger guns he's your she's she she has a lot of opinion she lives in a museum she out she's clearly click keyed into the arts what okay so i have some thoughts about lady elaine that i'd like to share lady aber l'an lady averil in the human woman is very beautiful woman which you know who cares when you're a child care i think you do maybe as a kid if they put an ugly woman and ugly and ugly anybody i would have been like no thank you i have standards i would like pretty people only show me the scale yes yeah exactly hey mr hooper do sit up actually i would turn off the tv when like neighborhood friends who were not smoking hot thank you it'd be like nope i'll i'll be back when he showed me how to make a crayon this is disgusting yeah komo mr hooper you're appearing on camera with cookie monster and we all know daddy thicke cookie dough mind that's of fun right lady ever l'an is a beautiful woman and it terrifies me and apparently georgia woman always terrified you know it just terrifies me in the context of the land of maple leaf okay i don't think sexuality is really part of the land of make believe necessarily jesse i was king friday has a son and a wife behind the sun show up i mean i just always thought a stork l okay where kids come from jesse i have three kids how many kids do you have i don't have any okay so i have three kids and such rallies never been part of my life belief that.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"A woman who's an artist living next to the rabbits and she kinda takes care of them why was be your favorite character livvy key measure a character because he likes edel is an idea and she kinda protected the rapids dingy yes yeah is there anything you didn't like about the movie um not really no that's good news the movies very funny there's a lot of slapstick humor in did you find one par particularly funny um yeah pleasure player was when the bunnies said a trap on mr hooper with when the member of the pathetic rakes all around his bad and he stepped on the reagan he hit himself with those yeah yeah a lot of slapstick humor i liked it when they electrified his his doorknob and he got shot in through crossing thrown across the room like that boss he olympia i wanna ask you something because this was in the news that some people said remember the part where they shot blackberries into mr mcgregor's mouth and he was allergic gas and he had to use the epi pen here they said that was too mean to put in the movie did you think it was to mean he now did you think was bullying in any way kind north kind of yeah but did peter sort of learn a lesson at the end of the film yes what was a lesson to think i think there are two lessons why not teacher people in other.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Justice plenty of maybe that is just seattle the fact that every single screen was snuffed out quickly and in those short passing routes he evil in need can be added i was forcing him to go to cobb instead of right more to adams and more to jordy all right tied ends that stood out it wasn't the big guys who was austin hooper jesse james jason wit and child you clay you hands who asks the austin hurts touchstone if you have not seen is eighty are touchstone you leave it was 88 yard was okay ice i apologise mr hooper 88 you have to go watch this i mean this giant man is lumbering field and probably running eight miles an hour and then just just crushes the soul of a db with a tries to tell he is stiffarm he pushes them into the ground it's it's an incredible player if you haven't seen it charles cleanse accurate were two of our three starts of the week at the tide imposition very happy to see them pan out do you buy into both going forward deckert's yes because he'll he'll get those targets and drowsy 93 trust clay i do buy into because plus or you can available through throw the ball the him i mean aid the to like you said that she's not a score sixteen touchdowns while he's going to be utilized in this offense anz i i think tie rod is a better quarterback than than the buffalo bills want people to think he is and he's a perfectly fine uh perfectly fine start i mean he he takes on caroline next week we saw george kindle have some success against them this in week once on i'm fine role mcclay.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Overreach around earlier on a guy that could be just because he's young that that's my personal advice because you needed win the championship this year three keep hurley every single year you're in it at this time of the year every single one i mean it doesn't matter who your keepers are there's a naf turnover on everyone's roster where you are a championship contender if do the right things in the sar if you play to win by the end of the year three keepers will reveal themselves to you now nobody drafted jordan howard he's a an absolute keeper and there's players like that every single year that some people dropped him in the middle of the year and and some people had leshan mccoy last year so they were carrying mike gillislee into the playoffs because one and a handcuffed situation and now you over on him back one for free as some people name mike all right jakub in loganville georgia says i'm i'm wanting to get a quick word about austin hooper to me he is and mary under the radar tight end pick obviously i'm a big fan because you can do the scooted due to a you'll mr hooper hangar when mr hooper it's a good point we talk often bow rookie tight end snubbing make big contributions austin hooper last year only had nineteen receptions but we see matt ryan lean on tied ends he's tried to make toilolo relevant toilolo has said no i will not be relevant and as stupid as it sounds those nineteen receptions if you watch and they're they're pretty as he looked good you saw him in the super bowl the i think they went to a backtoback.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I was all with the so i thought favor the trial of the big bad grown up and everything that kind of upset me you know the place where i could just kind of be safer so i this is from my child and a member mr hooper dying to cover that yeah they go in depth it's a how he actually korea gets some big berd going for me to get eyes guy like a costume yeah i'm so her first sixty nine actually like this working on those oh right and then he was do was a kind of live show worried to an papa tree with rear projection but spotlight fucked it all up so we had a pretty big house watching the same do this thing live on stage no went terribly and he thought he was ruined any goes backstage jimmy's he's a very emotional guy he's speaking up habs this guy's a big one and what jim henson comes to address through grew up in to being the audience hingis very like we're dylan essentially said come on down to come over to new york in that were numb over the workshop so he did you there for the beginning of of sets history to show the you know ration of big burden how a big first like this you feel like hair brain idea burden is he looked different his head was very some much much smaller if you're looking know if you're interested in how he created big berd where big berd came from not going to see it in this movie no the glaring holes necessary that's all that's all i want to know no you want to know it is a lot to the documentary that really i recommend stream on man is on right now i believe evans on yes i believe i am.

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"mr hooper" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"mr hooper" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I was all with the so i thought favor the trial of the big bad grown up and everything that kind of upset me you know the place where i could just kind of be safer so i this is from my child and a member mr hooper dying to cover that yeah they go in depth it's a how he actually korea gets some big berd going for me to get eyes guy like a costume yeah i'm so her first sixty nine actually like this working on those oh right and then he was do was a kind of live show worried to an papa tree with rear projection but spotlight fucked it all up so we had a pretty big house watching the same do this thing live on stage no went terribly and he thought he was ruined any goes backstage jimmy's he's a very emotional guy he's speaking up habs this guy's a big one and what jim henson comes to address through grew up in to being the audience hingis very like we're dylan essentially said come on down to come over to new york in that were numb over the workshop so he did you there for the beginning of of sets history to show the you know ration of big burden how a big first like this you feel like hair brain idea burden is he looked different his head was very some much much smaller if you're looking know if you're interested in how he created big berd where big berd came from not going to see it in this movie no the glaring holes necessary that's all that's all i want to know no you want to know it is a lot to the documentary that really i recommend stream on man is on right now i believe evans on yes i believe i am.

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