Mister Rogers has died

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02/27/03 07:06 PM

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RIP Mister Rogers

This really fills me with sadness. He was such an important part of my childhood.
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02/28/03 12:54 AM

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I heard about that today...AFAIK, Mr Rogers didn't get shown on local stations in Winnipeg. We had Mr Dressup instead (I believe he was originally a guest on Mr Rogers). He died a few years back, and that was a sad day for an entire generation of Canadians.

Anyway, I just wanted to say that even though this doesn't affect me personally, I know the feeling, so...my sympathies to everyone who grew up to Mr Rogers. Very few people impact so many lives in their formative years...they deserve to be remembered with respect.
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02/28/03 01:12 AM

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Aie johnson. even though i grew up in the 90's i still respect will continue to Respect Mr. Roger's He was one of my favriote shows to watch when i was young. So i say R.I.P. Peace Mr.Roger's you inspired so many generations. You will be missed

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02/28/03 01:06 PM

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Yeah, I grew up on him too. When I was that age we didn't have cable so I spent a lot of time watching Sesame Street and Mr Rogers. He will be sorely missed.

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