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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Stand Up For Family Comedy Videos From American Family Insurance

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Family Insurance for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
My husband and I love to sit down and watch a comedian who makes us all laugh.  However, finding family-friendly presentations are few and far between.  That is, until now.  American Family Insurance presents Stand Up For Family.
Stand Up For Family has gathered some of the funniest comedians together to present a show about family, kids, mommas, marriage, teens, Old School grandmas, and growing up.  In the videos from AmFam, you will see hilarious comedians such as Rodney Perry, who talks about "Poppin'"; Tony Roberts who light-heartedly shares why "Family Is Everything"; Mark Viera explains why he's "Not Leaving My Wife"; and Donnell Rawlings who tells a story of bullies and growing up in,  "Let Me Ride Your Bike".
One of my favorite videos, from the AmFam's Stand Up For Family clips, was hosted by Bill Bellamy who was talking about the charm that street lights used to hold as being an unspoken reminder to get home before dark.  This reminded me of when I was little.  I lived in a small town where there was a curfew of 10:00 p.m.  I still remember hearing the announcement on the TV that alerted all parents to find their children and get them inside.  If we were outside when that announcement came on, we would race to get through that front door.  Somehow, my family had their own little alarm system for curfew and bedtime.  There was a show called "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (MTM Productions).  When the show went off, the letters, "MTM", would pop up on the screen and a little cat would meow.  To us, that meant bedtime.  Still today, when I see those letters, "MTM" and hear a cat meow, I feel like I need to hurry off to bed.
I appreciate American Family's efforts in presenting family-friendly comedy that can be enjoyed as a family without the worry of unwholesome garbage having to be explained or bleeped out.  What do you think?  Is good clean entertainment important to you?  Do you appreciate a company that makes an effort to deliver a funny show so you can spend your time kicking back and enjoying it with your kids in the room?  I know I do.
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