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I was also a big barney fan
i guess he was a good guy though.
"Fcuk u Mr Rogers,"
Yeah, your funny, so funny..
Seriously, have some respect for someone you`ll never even skim the surface of being as awesome as.
I guess nobody else finds that a bit nutty? Anybody? No? OK then, never mind.
Anyways, here in the Great White North we had Mr. Dressup (who apparently got his start on Mr. Rogers`s`s`s show) and The Friendly Giant. Never did see a full episode of Mr. Rogers` Neighbourhood, though.
If you extend larajunky into the `kids` category as I do, no, they wouldn`t.
And I thought the e-thugs that spell out their accent were annoying.
The funny part is, though, even though he is everything he was portrayed as, the guy also had a wicked sense of humor. I remember when a couple of radio jocks from Denver called him up...he was laughing at the their dirty jokes right along with them!
"Amazingly, within 48 hours the car was left in the exact spot where it was taken from, with an apology on the dashboard. It read, “If we’d known it was yours, we never would have taken it.” "okay ... hmmm , so it not okay to take HIS car but its okay to take ANYONE elses. Gotcha. I wish I had the old f*ckers fame when My El Camino got stolen.
If you want to srgue, do your research first.
(pre-emptive strike ^^)
It is sad that the world lost him
It seems that after losing good idols like him, the world went to crap. What a shame; and rest his soul.
What cracked me up was the subway one. Everyone recognizing him and singing the theme song. Awesome.
Anyway, that was pretty cool.
Yeah that was hilarious. And it had a deeper meaning.