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Believe me, Sesame Street and Elmo's World were one of the best parts of my day before I started going to school. Elmo was a beacon of joy in my life and Kevin made him so by his lively performance and interactivity (especially in interviews where Elmo could sneak in a comment or a witty one-liner that Sesame Workshop probably wouldn't want him to say on Sesame Street; His Rove appearances codified that). Do I want someone else to do what may not be a recognizable impersonation of Clash's Elmo voice? No. I also don't want Clash polarized by the media and the internet either where a lot of people are purists and think Elmo "wrecked" Sesame Street.
 
Believe me, Sesame Street and Elmo's World were one of the best parts of my day before I started going to school. Elmo was a beacon of joy in my life and Kevin made him so by his lively performance and interactivity (especially in interviews where Elmo could sneak in a comment or a witty one-liner that Sesame Workshop probably wouldn't want him to say on Sesame Street; His Rove appearances codified that). Do I want someone else to do what may not be a recognizable impersonation of Clash's Elmo voice? No. I also don't want Clash polarized by the media and the internet either where a lot of people are purists and think Elmo "wrecked" Sesame Street.
   
But being unbiased means being able to stray away from my nostalgia of Elmo's World and other people's hatred of Elmo and creating a well-organized article which explores every point. As I said, I know a lot about editing Wikipedia and can gladly help organize collaboration if needed based on their policies.
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But being unbiased means being able to stray away from my nostalgia of Elmo's World and other people's hatred of Elmo and creating a well-organized article which explores every point. As I said, I know a lot about editing Wikipedia and can gladly help organize more collaboration if needed based on their policies.

Latest revision as of 23:07, November 20, 2012

It was an accident on my part to say the edits were previously reverted; I meant to say "censored" but the time was late and my energy was too low to correct it. But really, I am glad that people listened to me. You may say it was Kevin's resignation or such but to me, the start of collaboration has just been achieved and it only took a few forum posts.

Believe me, Sesame Street and Elmo's World were one of the best parts of my day before I started going to school. Elmo was a beacon of joy in my life and Kevin made him so by his lively performance and interactivity (especially in interviews where Elmo could sneak in a comment or a witty one-liner that Sesame Workshop probably wouldn't want him to say on Sesame Street; His Rove appearances codified that). Do I want someone else to do what may not be a recognizable impersonation of Clash's Elmo voice? No. I also don't want Clash polarized by the media and the internet either where a lot of people are purists and think Elmo "wrecked" Sesame Street.

But being unbiased means being able to stray away from my nostalgia of Elmo's World and other people's hatred of Elmo and creating a well-organized article which explores every point. As I said, I know a lot about editing Wikipedia and can gladly help organize more collaboration if needed based on their policies.

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