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Why leave these PBS links here, as it is not for the Public! It is only for those who can and do donate big bucks! It is Not even for those on a fixed income who can only donate once in a while:( Forget the email log in it does not work unless you pay big bucks:( I am amazed they are even on TV any more for the Public! It is becoming a private club for the rich?
It reminds me of the people flooding WikiMedia Commons with their copy righting the Public Domain Pictures that are there for the Public to use for free!!!!!!! Spammers fun? Why do they waste peoples time???? Gads Crazy World going nuts. I feel sorry for the owner of that site! So what ever I am looking for, I put Public Domain in front of it
Crying over a new type of spammer? Nope but I am angry over losing the sharing of good things! If you are that greedy don’t even bother putting your stuff or links out there.
Reading Rainbow Remixed | In Your Imagination | PBS Digital Studios
Reading Rainbow Remixed, by John D. Boswell, aka melodysheep, for PBS Digital Studios. If you like this video, please
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Everyday Food offers quick, easy and practical solutions to the challenges of everyday cooking and includes easy-to-make recipes, smart tips and kitchen techniques.
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Exploring innovations and discoveries from the world of science and technology while highlighting the human side of science.
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The Rundown offers the NewsHour’s unique perspective on the important events of the day with insights from the journalists you trust.
A hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with artists, activists, news makers, politicians and everyday people.
Superstorm Sandy left a lot of damage in its wake, and now, it’s touching down on “Sesame Street” Friday. The show’s hurricane special, “Sesame Street Gets Through a Storm,” which first aired in September 2001 as a five-part series, and again in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina, is returning to help educate children. More: http://on.today.com/RJjYM4Photo: Sesame Workshop
Bob Ross Remixed | Happy Little Clouds | PBS Digital Studios
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