Saturday, April 28, 2007

Evolution: The Cookie Monster of 1967


OMG, love its nonsense GeekSpeak!, Real fits for those IBM engineers.

LOL! on that part on Doppler Supplamated Magneto, "Can be purchased in any hardware store for about 37 cents".

I guess those born in Sesame Street era would love it.

“”In 1967, Henson used the "Wheel-Stealer" puppet for an IBM training film called "Coffee Break Machine". In the sketch, the monster (with frightening eyes and fangs) devours a complex machine as the machine describes its purpose and construction. At the end of the sketch, the talking machine explains that its primary purpose is to produce the greatest explosion known to man. The monster promptly explodes. This sketch was also performed in October, 1967 on The Ed Sullivan Show”” - Cookie_Monster

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