• THE VERY FIRST AND VERY LAST
TIMES MR. ROGERS SANG
“WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGIIBOR"
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    • N O O o o o o 。 。 . . . .
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    • *SNIFF* IM OK!.....*sniff* IM NOT OK!
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    • Sure, I made some bad decisions growing up that have effected me now as an adult, but I'm trying my best with what I've got. I hope Mr Rogers would be proud of me.
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    • I start my senior year in 3 minutes. This was a good way to start it
      The_FSM 13 aug
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    • Good morning neighbors
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    • The people saying this is creepy and stuff really don’t know how many lives this man changed and how he did his best to make everyone happy
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    • shermguy 13 aug
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    • He never died, god just needed a nieghbor
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    • How the fuck do baby boomers have Mr. Rogers as an influence and become the bitchiest generation to ever cross the food service industry
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    • Mr Roger's didn't die, God just finally needed a neighbor too
      Premiuum 18 aug
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    • Hey Vans can y'all make a limited addition Mr. Rogers pair of shoes? Them hoes was sick boy
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    • He switched to a zipper sweater because his arthritis in his hands made it hard on him to button the cardigans. He did this often enough That the studio invested in the cardigans that had zippers qwq
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    • Leaves from the vine Falling so slow Like fragile tiny shells Drifting in the foam Little soldier boy Come marching home Brave soldier boy Comes marching home. In memoriam of Mako and Mr. Rogers. R.I.P.
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    • This man was one of the nicest men in the world. He helped raise so many children just through TV alone, he talked about mature subjects such as the assassination of JFKbut broke them down to where children could understand them, no silly TV humor involved anywhere, just straight knowledge and love.
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    • Fun Fact My Neighbors, All the sweaters he wore were knitted by his mother!
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    • Listen, I'm 18 now with no plans to ever have children. But I swear here and now if I ever do, they will grow up watching Mr. Rogers. I'm not religious, but this man is a saint, and his show brought me so much joy and knowledge when I was able to watch it as a kid.
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    • Came to the comments to make sure none of y’all slipped up and dissed my boy Mr. Rogers. The whole neighborhood gonna these catch hands...
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    • I’ll be your neighbor Mr Rogers
      AxePuanch 14 aug
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    • Fred Rogers hosted 895 episodes of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood over 31 seasons. The show debuted on Feb. 19, 1968, and its final episode aired on Aug. 31, 2001. The show was on a hiatus between 1976 and 1979. What a legacy of dedication
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    • Ever since Mr. Rodgers passed away, this world has grown darker in terms of politics, war, and social outcasting. If anything, we need our neighbor more than ever to guide us to a better world
      Slyis 17 aug
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    • That’s the face of a man who has been doing the same thing everyday for 33 years... and loving every second of it
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    • I think we need Mr. Rogers now more than ever
      MCID 13 aug
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    • Also he singlehandedly kept pbs afloat. If you wanna learn about that, there’s a documentary called would you be me neighbor about him
      waaaaaa12 13 aug
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    • scruff 13 aug
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    • My 6 month old is watching Mr. Rodger's Neighborhood rn. She was being fussy and she calmed down as soon as he started singing and talking. What a calming voice man. 😭
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    • His singing isn't the best but damn, does it make me feel like a kid and safe, almost home like
      annabun 15 aug
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    • Mr. Rodgers was one of the last true progressives to believe in equality rather than payback for shit no one alive had any influence over.
      Zenith12 14 aug
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    • I'm sad, all the people that wanted to make everyone happy and make the world a sweeter paced died before or while we were young children, I honestly wouldn't be anywhere near as sad today if these people had influenced me while I was growing up.
      MarsRust 14 aug
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    • I’m not crying.. we all are 🥺
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    • It's sad seeing the transition. As a kid I never really pictured him that old. But now I realized just how old I've gotten, along with him 😢
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    • It’s kinda cute to see how nervous he was his very first episode and how he grew more confident in the final one
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    • Can we have a day that it is Happy things about our Heros? Like Stefan, Stan Lee, Mr. Rogers, Bob Ross, and etc. I am sure it would make a lot of people happy and maybe. Just maybe. Have a Day for it Every year. A day everyone would look to on this app. A day of pure joy, and tears of joy
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    • I’m not the man Mr. Rogers knew I could be...
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    • By the time he did his last episode, he was basically a speedrunner at the opening
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    • My mother wrote him a letter thanking him for teaching how how to be a better mother. Her mom was an abusive alcoholic who ran off all the time, so she had no foundation for being a good mom to my siblings and I
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    • A4Charger 13 aug
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    • Ahh yes Mr. Roger otherwise known as the purest human being since Jesus
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    • Goddamn noon got quick at getting ready for his show before finishing the song.
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    • Oh man Mr Rogers every thing is all fucked now. We let you down.
      KOmedic 14 aug
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    • I just want to remind everyone that Mr Rogers himself would've rather you gave to the poor and helped the needy instead of buying Mr Rogers merch or reposting his videos. Just something to keep in mind, neighbors.
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    • What a genuinely good guy. Unlike most shows for kids that want to shelter them from everything, Mr Rogers wanted to help kids understand these things and to grow up happier and less burdened. He strived to make the world a kinder and gentler place. I will forever be thankfull to this man.
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    • It’s not loading, can one of you like so I can see it later please
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    • Come on i don't want to cry first thing in the morning
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    • By the time he did his last episode, he was basically a speedrunner at the opening
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    • i’m doing job training and yesterday we watched a couple clips of Mr Rogers. The first was of his show, where he had a kid guest that had a tumor that caused him to lose full function of his arms and legs. the interaction with him and the kid was wholesome. the next clip was him at an awards (cont)
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    • When Steve Rogers went back in time to return the stones and to live a life with Peggy he started a tv show teaching kids about honesty and how to be a good person, and that show... was Mr Rogers. P.S. mr rogers also fought in world war 2.
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    • The world has descended into chaos in his absence
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    • I dont get why mr Rodgers got really popular all of a sudden but I'm not complaining, I am very happy, but also sad cause he is gone
      N1ghthawk 16 aug
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    • Wish there was somebody as wholesome as Fred Rogers living today who would also have a passion for doing a kid-centered show, because honestly the themes he touched on were universal and were applicable to every generation
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    • Holy fuck my heart. It all hurts. He was so good, and pure. I miss the innocence of adolescence, reality weighs on me like a man's boot above an ant. It was nice being able to remember this for a few minutes.
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    • Some day we all sing our last song, so why why not make it a happy one
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    • N- No manches..
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    • Shut up.. I'm not TEARING up you are.. my eyes are just sweating.. I miss Mr.Rogers.
      DonMace 14 aug
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    • That little sparkle in his eye is everything and just so wholesome. I hate you for making me feel this sad and empty inside.
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    • This is the only show that was on long enough for both my parents and me to watch as kids.
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    • The phrase goes overused when we look at it on a big scale, but I have to say, I don’t know what we did to deserve Mr. Rogers. I truly don’t think we did. He was nothing less than an amazing man
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    • Can we please have a day where we just spam the internet with things like this that make us feel good? Like damn.
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    • It’s even sadder when you know the context of the last show, the man was dying of cancer but he still wanted to put on the show for kids to see.
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    • It broke my heart seeing how much he aged from his first appearance to his last. Life is short guys, lets live it to it's fullest. I'm glad we had someone like Mr. Rogers to dedicate his to sharing wholesome love to us. :)
      K3ttle 13 aug
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    • His mother knitted all of those cardigans he wears.
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    • *Everyone liked that*
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    • Years ago I was in a bad spot in my life. (I’m 36 now) and was living in a youth shelter in Greensburg, PA. (Like Placement, but for kids who’s parents didn’t want them.) While at EYS they got us to meet Mr. Rogers. One of the best moments of my childhood was him making I feel like I matter.
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    • I miss seeing someone with such a beautiful soul.
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    • My favorite part of this is that when he starts his sweater has buttons but by the end it has a zipper
      HalseyBDL 15 aug
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    • I just seen my entire childhood in this video, had a really hard time today doing basic things because of issues I'm having; but seeing Mr. Rogers sing as he started the show really made me happy. Thank you random person who posted this.
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    • Right. In. The. Feels. When he used to toss the shoe from one hand to another, I would internally lose it! Miss this guy.
      tommie_ 14 aug
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    • The reason he says when he’s feeding the fish out loud is because there was a blind girl who told him she was worried about the fishes’ safety, so he did that for every single episode
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    • Something about Mr. Rogers telling us that, “we are all his neighbors” and “you are my friend” makes me happy. Long Live Mr. Rogers
      Threesome 14 aug
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    • So I never saw his show in my lifetime ( I'm 20 years old) but some how he radiates this feeling of safety, calmness, and in a weird way nostalgia. So I can definitely see why people were so fond of Mister Rogers.
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    • He's rockin vans before they were a thing
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    • The fact that he kept being a part of this show for so long is so cool. That's real dedication, and you can tell he loved being there
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    • Ngl nr Roger's looking fresh with that sweater and those shoes
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    • Yeah, imma need those same kicks mr.rogers got on, mr.rogers had some drip
      Inickka 13 aug
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    • All his time on tv and the only controversy he was caught up in was keeping his friendship with a man who recently came out as gay. Mr. Rogers was truly a purely genuine man.
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