In many parts of the country, pigs are viewed as pretty standard fare on any working farm. In New York City, where a pileup of raccoons is enough to electrify the Internet for a solid day, pigs are exotic creatures worthy of the same fanfare as pallas cats and marmosets. [ more › ]
The NY Post recently featured an article entitled, "The city thinks 'The Three Little Pigs' is a book for high schoolers."The staff probably hopes that such an article will make the public cry out in utter disgust and run off to the nearest charter school. Show More Summary
My granddaughter is somewhat obsessed with this story...so I am too. Here are the famous little ones along with the mama pig AND the Big Bad Wolf ! Mama Pig started the entire story by deciding it was time for her three piggy sons to move out...while she gave them good advice, only one followed it. Show More Summary
Photo: WLWT Last week, a semitrailer carrying two thousands pigs suffered a big bad crash on Ohio's Highway 35 in Xenia. Recently, are residents came across a touching memorial to the pigs on the side of the road that look straight out...Show More Summary
After a pig truck crashed in Xenia, Ohio last week, killing about half of the 2,200 piglets in the trailer, someone built three houses on the side of the road inspired by the Three Little Pigs. Read the rest
Straight out of the "Three Little Pigs" fable
Three is my favorite number. Three little pigs, three Cs of relationships, three musketeers. According to Wikipedia, it's a writing rule, but I believe it also applies to public speaking. Inspiring speakers like Martin Luther King followed three simple rules when preparing for a speech: preparation, presentation, performance. Show More Summary
image credit You hear stories about heroic military dogs, homing pigeons, and even the unique story of Wojtek the military bear, but even lowly pigs have left their mark in wartime. Here are the stories of three of them. The Presurf...
“B.B. Wolf” has done it again. Faced with a double murder and attempted murder of the Three Little Pigs, the Big Bad Wolf gave a howl of joy with two hung juries after trials before the fourth grade classes of Churchill Elementary from McLean, Virginia. We held our annual field trip for elementary students to […]
While "Looking For Sanctuary" wasn’t without its narrative weaknesses, tonight’s episode was fairly strong thematically. Drama — like Stooges, little pigs and celebrity deaths — comes in threes. Take Patrick (Jonathan Groff), Kevin (Russell Tovey) and Richie (Raúl Castillo). Or...
A house made from straw didn't work out so well in The Three Little Pigs, but maybe it's not such a bad idea after all. Sustainable building firm BaleHaus recently unveiled a number of new energy-efficient Passivhaus-certified homesShow More Summary
Retold as the story of the three little pigs. Says the perfect Spacey-sounding wolf: “Some people say there’s too much pork in this town — I could not agree more.” Hat tip to Vox. The post Sesame Street does ‘House of Cards’ appeared first on Chris Blattman.
In case you just can’t wait a few more days for the Season 3 premiere of “House of Cards,” fear not: You can now get your fix — “Sesame Street”-style! The new parody video, “House of Bricks,” takes the Three Little Pigs classic for a spin as told by Frank Underwolf... get it?
"Sesame Street" parodies "House of Cards" with the "Three Little Pigs"-inspired "House of Bricks.
Though only parents and maybe a handful of Underwoodian kids watching would understand the parody, Sesame Street pretty much nailed House of Cards in a skit about the Three Little Pigs. Frank Underwolf stars and recreates the same feel of the political drama — soliloquies, political plotting, etc — only with muppets instead. More »
Unfortunately, there's no sign of Cashew, the guinea pig from season two and the character kids would care about the most.
If you can't wait until Friday to binge-watch the third season of "House of Cards" on Netflix, "Sesame Street" has just the thing to tide you over.Welcome to "House of Bricks," a spoof starring the Three Little Pigs and a nefarious character named Frank Underwolf (who sounds an awful lot like Kevin Spacey).
Sesame Street's House of Cards parody recruits the Three Little Pigs to help explain the three branches of government Frank Underwolf will do whatever it takes to get to the White Brick House. He doesn't care what lives or property he...Show More Summary
"Some people say there's too much pork in this town. I could not agree more," drawls Frank Underwolf, the anti-hero of Sesame Street's House of Cards-style take on the The Three Little Pigs. Read more...
“In this town you have to know which way the wind is blowing, and right now it’s about to get very windy.” Sesame Street added some political intrigue to the classic story of The Three Little Pigs with a parody of the popular Netflix original series House of Cards titled “House of Bricks.” Frank Underwolf is working his […]