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Those of you (and I used to think like you about boobah) who think negatively of this show are looking at it through the eyes of a 15, 17, 22 or however old you are. I've yet to hear a 4 year old say this show sucks. Hehehe well you know what I mean. I have not heard any parent say their kids cry when watching boobah. Why?? Because it's not intended for grown minds. It's intended for growing minds. These children have not been exposed to geometry books, chalkboards, calculators...it's just teaching them things the way they see things. Repetition, colors, sounds, shapes things like that.
Another thing...this is not like Mr Rogers...this show doesn't TELL kids what to think. It just makes them think. (No offense to anyone, I loved Mr. Rogers)
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