What would Mr. Rogers do?

I grew up with this guy into early grade school. He's about to get a lot of ink when the new Tom Hanks film opens. He deserves it. I hope we prove we deserved him...

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Jonathan Egger
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Watched this show religiously as well, especially since he was a Pittsburgh (well, Latrobe) native like myself. I like to think that I learned my morals not only from my parents and grandparents, but also from Mr. Rogers. I can't wait to see how Tom Hanks portrays him.

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Herb Garfield
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the end zone of goodness so as to never give this up

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Michael Matyas
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I don't know of anyone who didn't like Mr. Rogers!

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Steven Ransom
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Jose Pena
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I remember watching Mr. Rodgers a lot when I was a child. It is sad that you don't have people like him anymore.

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linda carmack
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Ya bless his heart....Ole Fred....U could look at him a few different ways..

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Kurt Weeks
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As a kid, even if I was swimming with friends on a hot summer day , I would go home to watch Mr Rogers. I never missed a day without watching his program as a kid...

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Dana Rankin
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I loved Mister Rogers. I wanted to move to his neighborhood. He was such an inspirational human being. I wanted to meet him He died the day before I gave birth to my son. I was in tears! He was a gem!

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Fred Goff
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update: Just saw A beatuiful day in the neighborhood movie. Awesomely refreshing. Such a nice change of pace and message. Suggest you go see it!

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