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    September 15, 2007


    Valeria Maltoni

    I did love Mister Rogers and his understaded presence. He's probably one of the biggest reasons why I prefer the soft sell approach. What a nice story!


    I never knew that story of glad I read your blog (even talkin' with you all the time I learn new things cuz I read your blog). I'm so glad he was able to 'meet' your father through you. Too bad your mom didn't get to co-host a show with him--she could have danced while he sang (folks: David's mom is a cute dancer).

    Cam Beck

    What a wonderful story! Before I had children of my own, I concluded that the best way to know the quality of a father was through the children who love and respect him. Your father obviously means a lot to you, and though I have not yet received the benefit of the stories you relayed to Mr. Rogers, I already know he must have been a great dad.

    But I guess the same can be said of any relationship (although to a lesser degree)... such as was reflected between you and Mr. Rogers. Although the time you spent with him was short, he made a lasting impact on you by being interested in you, not what you could do for him.

    We can all take a lesson from that. Thank you for providing it.

    Lewis Green

    Great story David. And have a beer (I loathe martinis) on me Thursday.

    David Reich

    Mister Rogers' quiet style on TV got buried beneath all the hype of Sesame Street, with its slick production and fast-moving segments for the ADD set. Each had its place, although Mister Rogers served, for many, as the understanding and non-threatening adult make that many kids, unfortunately, lacked in their own lives.

    I feel lucky that I had a chance to talk quietly with him.

    Ryan Karpeles

    Great story, and great lessons as well. Empathy gets lost far too often in the crazy shuffle of everyday life, so it's quite nice to hear about moments like this one. Thanks for sharing.

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