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Does anyone know for sure if this new account is an official one? I thought it was at first, which is why I added it. But now, judging from some of the tweets, I'm not so sure. Plus, there is no mention of it from @MuppetsStudio (unlike Miss Piggy's account)--Gonzofan (talk) 23:51, September 28, 2012 (UTC)
- ...Okay, I have looked over the tweets coming from this account, and (perhaps most important) combined with the fact that this account is NOT verified, (unlike @MuppetsStudio and @RealMissPiggy) I do not believe that this is official. Judging from the nature of the tweets, it just seems to be an unofficial account from an enthusiastic fan, so I am removing it from the list.--Gonzofan (talk) 00:20, October 10, 2012 (UTC)
- No, anymore than the Sesame Workshop facebook page warrants an article, and so on. Any pictures or news that's reasonable (not vague "finalizing fun announcement" and such) can be cited on relevant pages, and if you want to include a link to it on the Jim Henson Company, that's fine. Otherwise, there's nothing we can say about it other than that it's a Henson Twitter feed, and looking at what's there, the bulk really isn't that interesting or useful for our purposes. These kinds of pages, when found, are worth linking to, sure, but they're not worth their own articles unless significant content is created and uploaded on that site and so on, rather than just serving as an additional promotional outlet. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 02:19, 6 March 2009 (UTC)