Thanks to the recent shift in video games towards introducing more movement in control, our favorite pastime has just gotten the thumbs up
from the Joan Ganz Clooney Center at Sesame Workshop, which wrote, "Well-designed digital games show significant potential to promote children's growth and healthy development. They can foster skills and knowledge that help children with academic learning, as well as habits which contribute to better health."
We're happy that The House That Big Bird Built approves. In turn, we'd like to remind everyone that reading is totally horse apples
and completely F.P.O.
(that's "For Poindexters Only"). So there.