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    37 KB Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:17 No.11204241  
    Mr. Rogers' barbarian in D&D only went berserk once. When he did, he just had a meaningful conversation with the BBEG and showed him how to live a fulfilling life. The DM couldn't continue because he was crying too much.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:20 No.11204273
    My brother wrote this a while ago. It's been posted a few times, but I figure more people should know about it.


    Cleric of Mr. Rogers; best use of the Vow of Non-violence.
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    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:22 No.11204292
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:24 No.11204316
    Oh look, summerfags. How does it feel be 12? Must be confusing with your tiny dick.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:26 No.11204337
    Guys, please, stop fighting. He wouldn't want you to insult each other.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:27 No.11204340
    HEY! You will not speak like that in a thread about Mr Rogers, Mr Rogers would't hate or disrespect the summerfriends, he would welcome them and talk to them, get to know them and help them here.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:28 No.11204352
    One time, his goodness opened a portal to the future.

    And there no longer was war, only friendship and understanding.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:28 No.11204355
    Now, now. We must strive to remember the good things of youth when we look at the young, rather than whatever their shortcomings may be. Even if young people are sometimes easier to fall to temptation, there's always something good in every child.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:32 No.11204391
    Mr. Rodgers would look on the battlefield, and go: "Why are you fighting?"

    He'd go to the Tau and say: "Not everyone can be like you. And that's okay, because no one else can be you."

    He'd go to the Tyranids and say: "Aren't you full? You'll hurt yourself if you keep eating like this."

    He'd go to the Orks and say: "Now, why don't we use ALL THAT ENERGY and do something good and constructive with it, like cleaning the house and showing people we appretiate them." And then the WAAAAAAGH! would be over. Because if anyone could reason with an Ork, it'd be Mister Rodgers.

    He'd even go up to the Imperium, and say: "It's okay to be afraid sometimes, but there is nothing to be afraid of that can't be made something else. You don't have to be afraid, so let's find out why."

    And then the 40k universe would go from GRIMDARK to BRIGHTHAPPY
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:35 No.11204421
    But Chaos would still be angry.
    For a time.
    And thenm they would slowly dwindle away to nothing.
    The only threat left would be necrons. And He would simply give them sleeping masks and earmuffs, and several dedicated worlds to nap on.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:35 No.11204433

    These made me very happy.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:40 No.11204510
    Mr. Rogers was basically Jesus, although his miracles were things more along the lines of "talk to congress until the committee chairman gets choked up and gives you all the funding you need"
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:43 No.11204548
    I'm still really impressed by the story of the goldfish.

    On his show, a fish died, and instead of replacing it, assuming kids wouldn't know the difference, he said "oh look, one of our friends has passed on."
    He then proceeded to do an entire episode about death. Meaningful and respectful for children's minds and ability to understand. They just don't do shows like that any more.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:44 No.11204563
    >> Alpharius 07/18/10(Sun)11:44 No.11204564

    Which, knowing Congress, is way more impressive than walking on water or creating a bunch of bread and fish.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:45 No.11204579
    Didn't Fox do a report on him on how he's evil?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:46 No.11204588
    Didn't he die?

    Isn't that like having Jesus come back to Earth only to die again? "No more hope" and all that Jazz?
    >> Alpharius 07/18/10(Sun)11:47 No.11204603

    Yes. And the Westboro church picketed his funeral.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:48 No.11204622
    He gave you hope

    You just need to find it
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:53 No.11204695
    Not at all. Mister Rogers was just a man, and that's what makes him so profound. He wasn't some messianic figure, he was an ordinary person, just like you or me, and anyone could be like him.
    They were arguing that he spoiled children by telling them they were special. But he told them everyone was special, so it was a typically mistaken, ignorant thing.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:54 No.11204709
    What? Bullshit
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:55 No.11204734

    What DON'T they picket? Their services must just be picketing planning sessions.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:57 No.11204770
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    But Mr Rogers talked me out of it.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)11:58 No.11204788
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    I don't think I'd want to live in a society where telling children they're special is considered "giving children a false sense of self-entitlement" in fear of seeing them grow up to become what the parents would consider losers, as the 'scoop' claimed.

    Using myself as an example to the contrary; I'm a sorry waste of oxygen beyond all chance of redemption, and no-one told me I was special. But even so I am observant enough to say with some confidence that being nice and encouraging towards children does not "ruin the future generations".
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:00 No.11204811

    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:03 No.11204861
    Rogers was very open-minded and tolerant. He allowed gays and lesbians into his church, saying "Christ didn't turn anyone away, why should I?"
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:04 No.11204871
    While I respect and appreciate the role Mr. Rogers has had in our early lives, and the lives of so many others, he is not very /tg/-related. With each thread that is centered around him made, I feel that his value is set lower and lower, and I would really not want him to become another meme.

    Let's not make him a meme, please.
    >> Boomer !!bcdVCSUmpgT 07/18/10(Sun)12:05 No.11204894
    Yeah, we quit spanking the kids so they get no discipline, and we talk to them like they are shit.

    And then we wonder why it all goes wrong, why the kids today aren't as strong, smart, or productive as people used to be.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:06 No.11204902
    >Westboro church picketed his funeral.
    That is just...

    Also, notice how the only posts in this thread that contain any profanity are:
    Wasn't there some study about how mentioning Mr. Rodgers in a conversation deceased the amount of swearing in that conversation?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:10 No.11204955
    >mentioning Mr. Rodgers in a conversation deceased the amount of swearing in that conversation

    Oh, man. I can see that happening. Swearing while talking about Mr. Rodgers would be like kicking a kitten as punctuation.

    A kitten that, if it were real, would give you a sad look and a serious talk about derogatory language and kindness to animals.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:51 No.11205435
    We should all learn at the feet of Mr Rodgers
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:54 No.11205471
    You fags and your hero-worshipping.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)12:58 No.11205536
    Now now, there was no call for that. There are many people out there that don't like the same things that you do, just as there are many things that people like that you like. We must learn to accept other people's feelings and focus on what we like to do.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:06 No.11205622
    This thread makes me feel there is hope for the human race.

    Thank you. Thank you so much.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:07 No.11205634
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    If there is hope, good sir, then why did Mr. Rogers die?
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)13:08 No.11205649
    Can I hug you sergal?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:08 No.11205663
    Because he was a man, not a god. If he didn't die, he wouldn't be a human at all, and that would be all the more worrisome.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:09 No.11205672
    He was 74 and died of cancer.

    He was a good man but everyone dies eventually.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:10 No.11205686
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    The God-Emperor approves of this thread and here's why.

    Mr. Rogers may not be entirely /tg/ related, but that's okay. Everyone needs to be reminded every now and then of the impact he's had on us, the little White Knight inside each fa/tg/uy that he knew without even knowing us, the White Knight he praised and nurtured and taught. We learned our pride, our chivalry, our tolerance from a great man and we should remember him so that his teachings will never be forgotten. Mr. Rogers means less profanity, more politeness and generally better threads. Thus, Mr. Rogers is relevant to all threads.

    That, plus he already fits the definition of a meme, so you're too late. Now it's up to us to make him the classiest meme on the face of the planet.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:13 No.11205711

    get it? "fags", because you are all homosexuals.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:14 No.11205728




    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:14 No.11205733
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    But, unfortunately he died because of complications from cancer.

    Wouldn't it be wonderful if he died a more natural death, and spread peace and tolerance for a few more years?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:15 No.11205758
    Never watched an episode of his program. I'm not even sure it was broadcast in the UK. He seemed nice enough, from what little I've heard about him, but I don't really get the adoration.

    Now Jim Henson, on the other hand...
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:17 No.11205787
    See, in a normal thread, this is the sort of troll post that would have you cursed to Timbuktu and back. But this is a Rogers thread.

    You should really think about just how many people you hurt by using hurtful words like "fag". It is a word that has been used to spread hate and alienate people who are just as wonderful and special as your or me. Every time you use it, you drive yourself a little further away from being a caring, understanding person, and we don't want to see that happen to you.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:17 No.11205794




    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)13:19 No.11205818

    Relevant to your interests.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:20 No.11205828
    Jim Henson, yet another demigod of the pantheon. But to answer your question, Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood focused more on Mr. Rogers himself than Sesame Street ever did on any one character. He was the narrator and central character to everything. More importantly, he directly addressed the audience in a respectful, educational and above all else not derisive way. He talked WITH kids, not TO kids. Shows were even written to follow a similar theme over the course of the five day week, lending a narrative to everything. Sesame Street's sketch format did not lend itself to such narrative conversations. As a result, Mr. Rogers kept your focus on him and his message of peace and community.
    >> Mr. Rogers turned children into pussies Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:20 No.11205832
    >>people who are hurt by being called fag
    sounds like a personal problem really
    if they weren't so gay, they wouldn't be bothered by it really
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:22 No.11205859
    Fuck you. Mr rogers wouldn't fight everyone like that!

    Laughed at batman though.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:23 No.11205879
    Well, some of us are gay, and yes that makes those words extra-hurtful. But being gay is the way we are, and we are special just the way we are, just as Mr. Rogers says, so I won't change just to make you feel powerful. I am happy with myself and know that everyone who truly matters to me is happy with me too.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:26 No.11205911
    Your Dad is probably disappointed in you by a far amount. Even if he doesn't hate on fags, he would prefer his own son to be normal.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:28 No.11205942
    No, my father loves me just the way I am, and I know because he has told me so, both before and after I came out. This is the sort of acceptance that everyone wants to strive for, and Mr. Rogers always sought to spread. You might try, but you can't make me feel bad about myself because you're just a bully, and a bully, especially online, only has as much power as you let them have.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:28 No.11205948

    Let's sit back and take a deep breath.

    Yes, those words are hurtful, and people say them to hurt others. Yes, every person is special in their own way, and in the case of homosexuality it's not something to feel ashamed or disgusted with.

    But we're missing something. Everyone says hurtful words for a reason. Now, some will tell you that people only say hurtful words because they themselves are hurting, or afraid, or confused and frustrated.

    I think we should sit down and listen to our fellow's feelings. Why do you think you say these harsh words, and what can we do to help?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:29 No.11205963
    It's people like you who remove free speech.
    You are a fascist, mule over that for a moment.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:29 No.11205967
    Oh, OK. That makes sense. Thank you.

    On the subject of love for another, Frank Oz talking about Jim Henson at his memorial. Such friendship. ;_;
    >> Alpharius 07/18/10(Sun)13:31 No.11205989

    Oh, thank god. I've been waiting for this day for so long. When you would finally break your caps-lock key...

    I... I think I'm going to cry out of sheer happiness.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:31 No.11205992
    I'm from the UK and never got the pleasure of watching his show but I appreicate him for just being a genuinely nice guy.

    I mean you have to respect a guy who talked in front of congress to stop Nixon's budget cuts and made them cry and honestly want to watch his shows.

    This is from another time he showed up to stop a budget cut, It's amazing how he takes the speech the lawyer had wrote him, puts it to the side and just tells the judge about his show and what he does for kids and the judge goes from being a bit of an ass to paying real attention and thinking this was a wonderful idea.

    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:31 No.11205997

    I don't mean to take away your power to say things, I just want to hear why you think you say them.

    Understanding one another helps us break down the lines we draw, and focus on the people that need the most of our compassion.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)13:32 No.11206005
    Man, I don't understand you. Why do you have to go around being spiteful to people for no reason? Are you just bored and trolling? If so, please stop, there are much more productive and creative things you could be doing with your time and boredom. If its genuine hate for Mr. Rogers and his message...just why? See, a normal, sane, and kind person, a mentally and emotionally balanced person would say that Mr. Rogers was a swell guy and that his message of love and understanding was a good one. Do you feel unloved? Do you feel like Mr. Rogers lied to you? Have you bought into the cold callous lies of the modern world that it is wrong to dream or be generous. That everybody is out to get you?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:32 No.11206011
    Most people have something they want to say, and they should be able to express their thoughts and feelings, but they shouldn't use those words to hurt people. Instead, we should do as Mr. Rage suggests. Let's talk about why our Neighbor Anonymous wants to use hurtful words, and what we can do to help him or her.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)13:34 No.11206034
    From this post, >>11205911, it sounds like our angry and confused neighbor may harbor conflicted feelings regarding his father or perhaps, his own son if he has one?
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:34 No.11206044

    No, no. We're not here to analyze and criticize.

    We're here to listen.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:35 No.11206051
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    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:36 No.11206061
    If Mr. Rogers could stop MR.RAGE from raging, I'd like to see what he could do to a bunch of Angry Marines.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:36 No.11206062
    Here listen to this, Mr. Rogers isn't as good as you think and the generation that watched him are pretty fucking awful human beings who raised the next generation of even worse people.

    Fuck that bastard Mr. Rogers.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)13:36 No.11206066
    Fair enough. But I find that sometimes you need to pry. Not necessary interrogate, but pay attention to possible sources of anguish, to make them know that we are paying attention to them.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)13:38 No.11206084
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    Elegan/t g/entlemen (and ladies), may I propose a movement? An order of White Knights, on 4chan and perhaps elsewhere, who treat the Internet just like any other conversation, and do our best to live up to the ideals of Mr. Rogers in this new, virtual medium.

    Help guide the summerfriends, commisserate with the distraught, ask the outraged why they fight, listen to the sorrowful when they need an ear. Make each post, each thread, each board better by remembering that you're special just the way you are, and you too can be like Mr. Rogers.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:41 No.11206125
    And that's all right. But not everyone's comfortable being analyzed just yet.

    This is a good start. But I'm more interested in you and your feelings, Anonymous.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:41 No.11206132
    I think you are making a statement of fact based on your preconceived opinion, not the other way around. Do you know anyone who watched Mr. Rogers? Why don't you ask them how they think it shaped them? Maybe ask if anything Mr. Rogers taught them applied to raising their own children. I think you might be surprised. There is a lot of hate in the world, but just because Mr. Rogers and hate exist in the same world does not mean they are associated.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:42 No.11206152
    So why do *you* feel awful? It's okay to be sad and mad about things in the world, but sometimes it helps to talk about them.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:43 No.11206168

    Mr. Rogers is awesome. The way people interpretted his message (You don't need to try at anything, you're special and wonderful just the way you are, so the world should be given to you on a silver platter) is shitty, irresponsible and wholly unsurprising.

    But it's not Mr. Roger's fault that people are petty, stupid and useless.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:43 No.11206169
    The only problem I can see with these threads is that they tend to attract trolls much faster than others.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:44 No.11206183
    This is what it looks like to see a Barbarian take a level in Cleric.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:44 No.11206190
    We already have the Pretty Marines.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:45 No.11206201
    I know three people right here who watched Mr. Rogers and all three of them are sitting on an image board for traditional games and are trying to talk about feelings as opposed to talking about traditional fucking games.

    Basing what I have observed I can conclude that fuck Mr. Rogers.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:46 No.11206220

    Only 9 trollposts in a thread going on 100 posts, seems pretty good to me.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:48 No.11206238
    Well isn't social interaction the most traditional game of all? Getting along with your neighbors, learning to accept other people. These interactions all have rules, they have goals, they have victories and defeats. Sounds like a game to me.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:48 No.11206240


    But I'm more interested in you and your feelings, Anonymous.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:50 No.11206255
    Ideally we would want to know why these people tried to troll the thread.

    Not to stop them, but so that we could know them better, see things from their perspective and accept them for who they are.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:50 No.11206257
    I'm trying my best to be polite and nice even at the Internets, all the time. And I've never even heard of Mr. Rogers much beyond of what I see of him at /tg/.

    Seems like a pretty swell guy, anyhow.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:51 No.11206279
    >Didn't see Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood as a kid.
    I think that constitutes child abuse or something.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)13:53 No.11206301
    Ah ah.

    I'm almost certain his show is available for viewing on Youtube, if you're interested.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:54 No.11206307
    Sadly, not every country was lucky enough to have Mr. Rogers. Many people in Europe and Britain have never even heard of him. I wouldn't call that "abuse". It's just the way things are. It's OK to be from somewhere else.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:55 No.11206320
    This thread is so good.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:56 No.11206329
    If being non-American counts as child abuse, well, I guess it sucks to be the rest of us.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)13:59 No.11206357
    Yeah, I'm >>11206257, a finnfag, and unfortunate enough a person to have been subjected to this man when I was a child. I try and not feel too bad about it, and hopefully ended up fine enough even without his influence.

    I will look through the Youtube now.
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    I don't know if I was yawning because I'm fucking tired or if I was crying, but holy fuck memories.
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    What I find troubling with the many points brought out by the saging gentlemen is that proper etiquette and civility is not related to traditional gaming.

    This can not be farther from the truth. Because traditional gaming is done through social interaction, and thus social interaction is the very heart of traditional gaming. Without proper communication from the DM to the players, how will a game be conducted and how will fantasy be imagined and stories told? Without the trust and teamwork between the players, how will they overcome obstacles and how can their stories unfold?

    In fact, I believe that the anti social and other negative stereotypes associated with the average traditional gamer is because of the lack of social etiquette and civility within the community. The constant bickering between DM and the players that borders paranoia, the intolerance of the rule lawyer to the flagrant motives of the roleplayer, and wanton debauchery of the power gamer. To the shear amount of intolerances and prejudices that each person has for the other gamer's personal fantasies and other related escapisms.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:02 No.11206387
    >Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood was once thought to be the epitome of kindness, caring, sharing, and understanding. Today, however, "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" has become synonymous with Alice's 'Wonderland' and Michael Jackson's 'Never Never Land.' Themes of bestiality, racism, homosexuality, and drugs all play roles in Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. Due to this, the phrase 'Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood' now means a place that is not what it appears.

    >wtf am I reading
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:03 No.11206399
    >Won't you be my neighbor and my friend?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:05 No.11206419
    I know you're trying to derail a Mr. Rodgers thread into one of your usual self-centered disasters of a thread, and you'll likely succeed, but by Jove I'd want you to show the decency of not appearing in this one.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:05 No.11206420
    never change /tg/
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:07 No.11206440
    The thread made me smile.
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    The purer and more innocent the victim, the sweeter it is to defile it.

    It is a crime to not attempt such a feat.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:11 No.11206492
    You know, he's actually being rather polite; he has been in most of the threads he's been posting in that I've seen recently. I think we should consider that maybe he is trying to become a more positive figure than he may have been at times in the past, and not be so quick to judge him because he may have caused us to be upset in the past.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:12 No.11206494
    It is the people like you that make me want to roll a Paladin.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)14:12 No.11206503
    Well said, Sergalbro
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:12 No.11206505
    A diplomancer Paladin, to be more precise.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:12 No.11206508
    Where the fuck is this from?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:15 No.11206534
    Courtesy of the Westboro Baptist Church, I take it.

    Far be it from me to question someone's religious beliefs, but I do wish that they would just calm down and think for a while about the things they're all railing against. All of that energy they display could be put to much more constructive ends.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:15 No.11206541
    I think maybe you might be upset because you feel like maybe you aren't loved, but I want you to know that even when you sometimes do things that we don't like, you're always going to be our neighbor, and our friend.
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    >My face when people actually dislike Mr. Rogers
    Jesus Christ, he is the one person I WOULDN'T make fun of postmortem. He just wanted us all to be a little nicer to one another, but no, you dick cunts couldn't listen to what he had to say because you're so DARK AND EDGY.

    Jesus Fuck, what are we going to do without this guy?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:20 No.11206614
    Take a deep breath, count to ten, and treat our guests with respect even when they do things that we feel are hurtful?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:23 No.11206650
    You two, kindly stop using such hurtful words. Mr. Rogers would not wish that.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:24 No.11206658
    Some people might be sociopathic wrecks, but that doesn't mean you should be impolite to them.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)14:24 No.11206664
    Agreed and not only that, but doesn't it make you sad to know those little girls they have will grow up to be hated and reviled, just because their misguided mother brainwashed them?
    I really don't understand all the hate against Sergalbro. All the posts I've seen by him on /tg/ and the archives make him out to be a gentleman if not necessarily a nice guy. Never seen a real reason to hate him.
    There will always be haters. And haters gonna hate. But lets remember that lovers gonna love.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:25 No.11206678
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    An enemy and an friend is one of the same.

    One is more assertive, while the other more tame.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:26 No.11206689
    I just want to remind everyone posting in this threat that your special. Your a awesome player and I love having you in my games or being in your games.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:27 No.11206709
    You shouldn't judge them with hurtful words like that, because maybe they are just having a bad day, and we should try to understand while we let them know that what they are doing hurts our feelings.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:28 No.11206718
    Fuck you guys, Mr. Rogers would want us to express what we feel, he liked HONESTY.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:29 No.11206733
    I see you made a typo in that post that I could have greentexted, but I'm not going to make fun of you for it because I know that I also make typos from time to time and I wouldn't like to be teased because of it.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:29 No.11206736
    Stop abusing the English language and post furry porn instead.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:31 No.11206758
    I sure wish I had a tame Sergal.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:31 No.11206762
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    In a Mr. Rogers' thread?

    Heavens good sir, don't you have any sense of decency or moral fiber in your body?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:31 No.11206771
    I am ashamed of my typo. Thank you for pointing it out for me so I can do a better job next time!
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:33 No.11206799
    Guys, I never knew nor heard of Mr. Rogers as a child, but I've always felt his ideas and tried to get people to calm down and be reasonable and loving to each other. Why do we lack more people who attempt to do this to humanity?
    I know that humans often have a hard time accepting others and may act with only their own benefit in mind, but humans can change by being shown the same kindness we want them to give us.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:35 No.11206821
    Yes, that was something great about his way of conversing; he encouraged being considerate and polite, but never suggested that you censor yourself, just express what you want to say with a calm, collected mind. We need to remember that being courteous doesn't mean that we can't have disagreements.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:36 No.11206844
    >Mr. Rogers is awesome. The way people interpretted his message (You don't need to try at anything, you're special and wonderful just the way you are, so the world should be given to you on a silver platter)

    Does this interpretation even exist? I watched a lot of Rogers in the 70's, I don't ever recall either laziness or entitlement being promoted.

    I think your argument is a complete fabrication by the God-Botherers in nationalistic media, who's entire careers are based on finding people to blame for the society's continuing Decent from Grace, whether things are actually getting worse or not.

    All I remember from his show is that you should try your best, everybody dies, and puppets are sometimes creepy. And if "you are special" is such a destructive message, then how exactly does it differ from the concept of God's love being unconditional?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:36 No.11206853
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    >Most PBS stations have stopped airing Mister Rogers, Reading Rainbow, and many other programs
    >Soon, Arthur will be cut as well.
    >Kids today will grow up with such classic programs as "The Zula Patrol!" and "Sid the Science Kid"
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:38 No.11206880
    >the concept of God's love being unconditional?
    See, there's your problem. A lot of the so-called Christians who would argue that Mr. Rogers is evil would also claim that God's love is unconditional, unless you're gay, black, Jewish, or a commie.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:40 No.11206898
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    To be honest, I've never heard of this guy, but just reading this thread makes me want to stop wanting to punch people for being incredibly stupid, even for one day.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:41 No.11206917
    Mr. Rogers won a lifetime achievement Emmy, this is that story.

    Mister Rogers went onstage to accept the award — and there, in front of all the soap opera stars and talk show sinceratrons, in front of all the jutting man-tanned jaws and jutting saltwater bosoms, he made his small bow and said into the microphone, "All of us have special ones who have loved us into being. Would you just take, along with me, ten seconds to think of the people who have helped you become who you are. Ten seconds of silence."

    And then he lifted his wrist, looked at the audience, looked at his watch, and said, 'I'll watch the time." There was, at first, a small whoop from the crowd, a giddy, strangled hiccup of laughter, as people realized that he wasn't kidding, that Mister Rogers was not some convenient eunuch, but rather a man, an authority figure who actually expected them to do what he asked. And so they did. One second, two seconds, seven seconds — and now the jaws clenched, and the bosoms heaved, and the mascara ran, and the tears fell upon the beglittered gathering like rain leaking down a crystal chandelier. And Mister Rogers finally looked up from his watch and said softly "May God be with you," to all his vanquished children
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)14:41 No.11206920

    There is a difference between using hurtful words and being honest.

    Everyone can express themselves, fully and eloquently, without resorting to aggressive and accusing language.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:42 No.11206921
    Don't feel ashamed about it, everyone makes typos now and then. We all can learn when mistakes are made; when we think about why things happened in ways that we did not expect we find that we have found out something about the world that we hadn't known about before, and when we know more about our world we can use that knowledge when we try to make the world a better place for everyone.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!J5+vjygjQuK 07/18/10(Sun)14:42 No.11206937

    And those people are wrong in all cases but the commie.

    God hates commies.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:43 No.11206940
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    It is perhaps ironic that people who follow religion belief that they are special because their god says they are, therefore they believe they are more self entitled to luxuries then other people, leading to war, violence and intolerance through the pages of history, and to this day, the spiritual leaders of these religions are in high positions of authority.

    Yet when one person broadcasts a message that describes everyone being special or unique in some manner; to each child or person that hears this message. There are religious fanatics so fickle in their zeal blaming this message for leading the degradation of Western culture as we know it.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:47 No.11207004
    Many religious people are really nice and use their religion as a backdrop for their behaviour towards others, Mr. Rogers himself was a Presbyterian minister. However, as with all movements and beliefs of a philosophical persuasion all religions will also have their fanatics.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:48 No.11207019
    Some people just have fundamentally hurtful thoughts. It would be disingenuous of them to express those thoughts without properly conveying their viciousness.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:50 No.11207045
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    Well good sir, these people could probably overcome this difficulty with expressing such negative thoughts, if the people around them were a more forgiving and tolerant lot.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:53 No.11207074
    If someone truly wants to hurt other people, then at least it is best if they hurt with words rather than with deeds, but I think that most people that do hurtful things don't really want to, but they don't really understand what they are doing or haven't considered their actions in a level-headed manner.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:53 No.11207084
    I'm a secularist Methodist, and I think that Fred Rogers should be canonized by every Christian denomination, like how every MLB team has retired Jackie Robinson's number even though he didn't play for them.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:57 No.11207124
    One wonders what he would be the patron of. Kindness or understanding strike me as a little too broad for a portfolio, but at the same time neither completely does justice to what a good man he was.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:58 No.11207143
    Mr. Rogers transcends religious belief, personally I'm pagan and I think he is one of the greatest human beings to exist.
    Also, for some reason they named an asteroid after mister rogers after he died. When that asteroid hurts someone they're going to feel pretty stupid, but it's okay for them to be ashamed as it was only one silly mistake.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)14:59 No.11207156
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:00 No.11207163
    Most people, yes. A very large majority of people. Not everyone.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:00 No.11207166
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    Wow, this thread is inspirational. It's good to see such a positive thread.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!J5+vjygjQuK 07/18/10(Sun)15:00 No.11207170

    Aliens attack Earth.

    The Mr. Rogers Asteroid would explain to the aliens that it's okay to be different, and facilitate first contact.

    The Kamenrider Asteroid would ram it for JUSTICE.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:01 No.11207174

    I'd agree, except that his message was for everyone, not just Christians, and canonising him may make it seem like his message was for Christians only.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:02 No.11207185
    Mr. Rogers has the power to convince Mr. Rage that he doesn't need to yell to let others know that he feels strongly about something.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:06 No.11207244
    Yes. Being hurtful because they hurt you just makes the whole world a little sadder.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:09 No.11207296
    Of course his message was for everyone, he was really big on accepting everyone who came to his church, even openly gay people which was pretty radical at the time. Being canonized in the Cristian Churches makes most sense because he himself was a minister.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:11 No.11207329
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:12 No.11207343
    I never met Mr. Rogers in person, but I have met Mr. Mcfeely. My dad and I were taking a walk in the Cincinnati Mills mall one night, and there he was, handing out near the in-mall playground.

    So now I have Mr. Mcfeely's autograph.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 07/18/10(Sun)15:14 No.11207375

    Oh wow. I'm so jealous, in that I'm extremely happy you got the opportunity, but would have been happy to be there with you.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:16 No.11207402
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    Speedy Delivery!
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:19 No.11207442
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    If you use your imagination, you should be able to stat me.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:28 No.11207540
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    Lets roll some RL deities.

    Carl Sagan: God of Mysteries Revealed

    Jim Henson: Creator of Life

    Mr. Rogers: Deity of Conflict Resolution

    Jacques Cousteau: God of the Seas & Oceans
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:30 No.11207572
    It was a bit of a shock. Big DM in the sky must have rolled 00 on the random encounter table.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:31 No.11207580
    >>11207540 I'll say what I said the last Mr. Rogers thread. Imagine Bob Ross, Carl Sagan, and Fred Rogers having coffee on a porch or sun room having a nice chat.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:32 No.11207594
    Vladimir Putin: God of War
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:36 No.11207630
    What RPG would Mr. Rogers play?

    I'm guessing Nobilis.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:38 No.11207643
    Slartibartfast: Demigod of Fjords.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:38 No.11207645
    throw Morgan Freeman in there, just for his voice.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:40 No.11207660
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    Sounds like PBS Valhalla
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:40 No.11207663

    He'd have to leave all that "Kill this motherlover" stuff at home, though.

    I assume they all would gently be sipping some tea and watching the sun rise?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:42 No.11207695
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    Hi there, kids. This is your ol' pal, Morgan Freeman here. I've grown accustomed to 4chan after ol' Suck.com went under. But you know how it goes, "out with the old, in with the new", right? Well, I've had a bit of time to think, since I'm in between filmin’ right now. Actin’ is my passion. It's what drives me. Without it, I'd just be an ol' man sittin' on a porch in southern Mississippi, dontcha think? Well, my days are numbered, it's true. I'm just gettin' plain old. It makes me think about you youngins here, postin’ on 4chan. What's wrong with this picture? I'm an ol’ paintin’ fadin’ in the sunlight and you’re just getting’ put onto the canvas. Now, I'm no preacher, but I do treat you as my children, so I'm gonna give this to you straight. When's the last time you were outside, boy? Have you smelled the fresh air this week? Ain’t nothin’ better than a breeze coolin’ off your face in the evenin’ at a park. What are you doin’ now, boy? Lemme take a guess.

    You're sittin’ in your chair, lazy as an ol' blood hound. You're eatin’ some unhealthy snack, cloggin’ your arteries, never mind gainin’ some pounds if you have a fast metabolism. You have a girlfriend, son? I thought not. Well, I imagine your cat keeps you company just fine, but you should try dippin’ your toes into that fish-laden sea we're always talkin' about. Well, like I said, I’m no preacher. I’m just lookin’ out for you. Remember, son, nothin’ is as important as your life. You gotta live it, and without livin’ it, well… you’re just as useless as tits on a hog. Stop postin’ on this silly website n’ live life!
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:43 No.11207704
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    >Mr. Rage not yelling
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:44 No.11207720

    I've been on 4chan for years and this is the first time I've ever felt honestly bad about it.

    ...I'm going to go take a walk in the park today.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:45 No.11207725

    Watch this video. WATCH THIS VIDEO.

    This is an epic diplomacy roll in action right there. Watch and be amazed.
    >> Lazarus, Disciple of Mr. Rogers !!SLsi7pvdXqW 07/18/10(Sun)15:48 No.11207774
    You have my kind words sir.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:49 No.11207790
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    He did play RPGs after a fashion. Halfway through the show we followed the trolley to the Land of Make Believe (his campaign). I don't think his games had an appointed DM, either. He and the other players controlled multiple characters.

    You'd be mistaken if you thought that just because it was freeform it didn't have plenty of conflict or drama.
    Lady Fairchild was always causing shit.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:52 No.11207821
    Time to test your mettle Rodger followers.

    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:55 No.11207850
    Thank you voice of Morgan Freeman. You're always looking out for me.

    I think that, with Lord Licorice's consent, this thread should be archived. It might not be strictly /tg/-related, but it shows we have a heart, and I know it made me feel better about myself.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:56 No.11207861
    Morgan Freeman doesn't talk like that.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)15:58 No.11207882
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    Try this one out.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:06 No.11208001
    I feel sad that the sup/tg/ archive is done and I can't archive this thread.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:08 No.11208029
    There's always 4chanarchive, isn't there?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:14 No.11208101
    I really do feel sorry for the people who made that. The fact that they feel the need to be so hurtful about a man whose only messages were love and caring tells me that they have a deep hurt somewhere in there themselves.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:18 No.11208166
    Fred would call the whole Fox news group to dinner, and they would and leave smiling. Mr. Rogers would have forgiven them. They are just people.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:19 No.11208173
    being unable to go searching the old archives doesn't mean archiving new stuff doesn't work, fortunately.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:21 No.11208201
    >worshippers not allowed to be Chaotic Good
    >implying Mr. Rogers wouldn't stick it to the man if it was the right thing to do
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:24 No.11208240
    I'm not entirely sure how it works and am afraid I might mess up the archival of this rare and precious gem. Would you mind doing it for me neighbor?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:25 No.11208243

    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:26 No.11208268
    No, I tried and it said something about the archives being down.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:27 No.11208286
    Go to


    Click "request interface" and put 11204241 in the thread id. Choose /tg/, then put in the captcha and submit.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:28 No.11208301
    Had an awful day at work today, went on /tg/ and what do I find?
    Mr Rogers thread.
    Best cure there is. Thanks anons.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:29 No.11208307
    Fred Rogers would not stick it to the man.

    He'd sit down with the man and try to work out a solution to whatever the problem was. And he'd succeed.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:29 No.11208311
    Oh, thanks, I didn't intend to sleep tonight.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:31 No.11208331
    Well, I'm not that perfect. I'll stick it to the man if I can't convince him to reject his evil ways.

    Chaotic Good-- we get shit DONE.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:35 No.11208391


    I shed a tear for out sweet beloved, fallen neighbor.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:35 No.11208401
    It needs four more requests.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:44 No.11208540

    Things that give people hope for 4chan once more.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:47 No.11208581

    I can't believe FOX news would ever, EVER say a stray word about the most saintly-yet-non-spiritual man to ever walk the world. With his words, he made the world a SLIGHTLY less shitty place, and it disgusts me that people would ever have the gall to dishonor the dead man's name by pinning society's woes on him.

    I hope nothing but good things happen to the people in FOX news, and that all of their woes are salved.

    Not because they are not nice people.

    But because Mr. Rogers would have smiled and nodded understandingly as they spoke ill of him in his passing, as they laid all of a dying culture's issues were pressed upon his shoulders. And he would sit there, giving his wide smile and his understanding nod, and ask his accusers how their day has been in the most heart-warming voice imaginable. He would speak with them for a long time and use the utmost respect.

    And then he would wish them well when they eventually departed. Not with sarcasm, or spite: But actually wishing them well. Because that was who Mr. Rogers was: The man who spoke kindly to you, never once raising his voice, no matter how foul a mood someone was in.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:53 No.11208712
    Needs archive
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)16:58 No.11208782
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:00 No.11208812
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:02 No.11208837
    Summerfags don't know 'bout suptg
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:02 No.11208845
    You guys do know this is already on sup/tg/, right?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:03 No.11208854
    >Congrats, your request has just triggered the archival process for thread 11204241

    For Mr. Rogers, men.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:05 No.11208874
    For Mister Rogers!
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:05 No.11208878
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    I was going to drive down to the library today, I think I'll walk now

    thanks /tg/ you've made this day special, just for being yourself
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:09 No.11208929
    this speak of calling Mr. Rogers a villian because he taught us we were special wasn't baised on the notion that we were special snowflakes, deserving of everyones praise.
    He taught that you must make yourself special, while showing you how to use buttons and tie laces. Helping community is what makes you special.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:11 No.11208958
    You know, this thread gives me an idea for a zen barbarian/monk who rages by being slightly less calm.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:12 No.11208980

    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:12 No.11208981
    No this bullshit doesn't need archiving.

    We don't need another goddamn psuedo-well-mannered thread by dipshits who remember and live by a guy's politeness FOR THE DURATION OF THE FUCKING DAY.

    That is it. One day; maybe even less considering the thread content of this board. Tomorrow (or later today) when no Mr. Rogers threads are present, you will all revert to your 4chan scum origins.

    Enjoy your truth.
    >> Mimi !ozOtJW9BFA 07/18/10(Sun)17:14 No.11208997
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:14 No.11209003
    I think you have a pain in your heart, my son. Do not be ashamed, but tell me: why must you deny us hope?
    >> teka 07/18/10(Sun)17:15 No.11209020
    Then we will just try to be a little bit, just a Tiny bit better tomorrow.

    And the next day.

    And the next.
    >> Pr0n K1ng 07/18/10(Sun)17:15 No.11209021
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    But good sir, I am polite and civil in all my days browsing /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:17 No.11209037

    I already said why. Because this thread and the text of all those in it is a fucking farce.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:18 No.11209050
    Slightly *more* calm. Raging doesn't have any loss of control. He's calm and reasonable, but when he unrages he's so Zen he can shrug off your blows even better than your words.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:20 No.11209089
    Is it? /tg/'s denizens are the white knights of 4chan. Is it too much to think that one of us may be affected by this? Is it too much to hope for that even one of us may become a better man?
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:21 No.11209099
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    You look a little under the weather though.

    Did you catch me somehow?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:22 No.11209122
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    So true good sir.

    To a white knight, every trial and tribulation is another test to overcome.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:24 No.11209142
    >Is it too much to think that one of us may be affected by this?
    If you were truly a good man you wouldn't need to be affected by this thread.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:25 No.11209150
    To a white knight is to enforce the right to progress morality to it's utmost vindications.

    If not to enforce his own morality, it would be to seek improvements to his version of moral code.
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    Probably good Nurgle.

    By it's very nature, Chaos cannot be controlled.

    We are all slaves to our emotions in the end.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:26 No.11209167
    Even the best of us has room for improvement. We all have our faults, after all. To truly be a good person is to acknowledge them and work to overcome them.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:29 No.11209200
    Rather the raw power is slavery unto itself as an element. Water flows, wind blows, and clouds breathe.

    They do what comes natural to themselves and all the denizens spawned from the raw nature of it are just insects of a much larger living creature. Rather mites and parasites then denizens...
    >> Pr0n K1ng 07/18/10(Sun)17:29 No.11209202
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:30 No.11209205
    I never claimed I was. Besides, Mister Rogers can make ANYONE a better man.

    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:30 No.11209212

    Mr. Rogers

    the only force of breaking the rage contained in that keyboard.
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    Even Scaredofshadows, good sir?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:31 No.11209224
    I like to think of myself a decent enough person, but it is threads such as these that strive me to try and be even better. This thread has not gone to waste.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:32 No.11209237
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    That reminds me Serggy.

    Get on Steam once in a while, the other guys miss you.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:34 No.11209254
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    In due time, I meet the other gentlemen at 8:00 pm like I usually do.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:35 No.11209273
    Just popping into this thread to say that Mr. Roger is one of my guiding lights in life. I never watched very much of his show because my parents didn't want me watching too much TV but what I got was amazing. I always try to see the issue from all perspectives and respect those who disagree with me. Though I do admit that I'm not everything that Mr. Rogers would want me to be, I still wish ill will on those who hurt others.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:36 No.11209277
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    Hello /tg/, Neighbor Anonymous here. I'm not the OP, but I'm one of the earlier fellows with this thread. I hoped it wouldn't 404, but I decided to go for a run anyways. And then I ran into some friends and joined them playing some frisbee out in the sunshine. And I come back inside happy, sore and sweaty from exercise only to find that this thread is still going, and people are having a nice day because of it.

    /tg/, you're special just for being you. Don't ever change.

    Pic related, this is my day.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:37 No.11209286
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    Boomers stream is broke, you intend over AIM I assume?

    And are you enjoying this?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:37 No.11209293

    PS: Take link, scroll down, Go vote!
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:37 No.11209295
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    You made me feel special today, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:39 No.11209315
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    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:40 No.11209328
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    Yes of course.

    On another note, although that image is a little inaccurate to my character's description, I'll probably make it my end goal to make him fully cybernetic.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:41 No.11209347
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    Glad you like it.

    >pic is a hint to who I am, my previous tripname got hijacked somehow. No sharing who I am ♥...
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:44 No.11209396
    Thank you /tg/....
    Thank you so much..
    >> Pr0n K1ng 07/18/10(Sun)17:44 No.11209398
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:45 No.11209402
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    Oh, it's you. Yes I got the hint when you posted that cyber sergal image.

    Pray tell, did you also join in Boomer's little game?
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:46 No.11209426
    Sing it with me now!

    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:48 No.11209447
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    I would like to but I can't be consistent in arriving every weekend. Often I am dragged away on an escapade of various... Things...
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:48 No.11209460
    This thread made me smile and brought me out of a bad mood.

    I love you all.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:49 No.11209470
    what is that thing call ?
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:50 No.11209485
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    I still want to do the voice acting... Damn mic is still broke.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:52 No.11209514
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    I see and it's a shame, maybe next time then.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:52 No.11209517
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:53 No.11209528
    what the hell is that a shark thing with hair and huuu
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:54 No.11209537
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    No, but I can contact that fella. Want me to?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:55 No.11209562
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    I believe I am what is known as an Sergal.

    Might I suggest googling the term?
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)17:56 No.11209570
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    And this is a Synx.

    One is a meercat shark goat humanoid, the other is a shark wolf meercat humanoid.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:57 No.11209585
    they need cooler names
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:58 No.11209593
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    Pray tell good sir, what new names would you suggest?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)17:59 No.11209606
    Is there some cabal of trip users disliked by /tg/?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:00 No.11209617
    I dont know just Sergal Synx sound like a pokemon names
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:00 No.11209622
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    >they need cooler names
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:00 No.11209627
    You have no idea.

    Tip though, don't post any K-On pictures here.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:02 No.11209641
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    >sergals and synxes are baby eating vore kinkfests.
    >> 50s Housewife 07/18/10(Sun)18:02 No.11209651
    I was homeschooled and never got to watch much television. When it was allowed, Mr. Rogers was usually the first thing I looked for while flipping through the channels. By my parents' standards, I was far too old to be watching his program, but it was still one of the few comforts I had while growing up. He was always respectful of his audience, talked to them as if they were real people and not some classification of child or adult, and was a sharp dresser to boot. I wish that I could have met him before he passed, if only to thank him for his friendship and love. Hugging Mr. Rogers would have been pretty boss, too.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:04 No.11209676
    and soo most pokemon can burn you alive ,eat and rape your brain with psychic powers
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:06 No.11209701
    Nonono... You don't get it...

    The stuff made with the art... Would be so bad that it is orgish.com quality.........

    Want to see a young boy raped and have his face being eaten off at the same time while he struggles?

    Yeah, with the quality of art I posted here: >>11209641
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:09 No.11209735
    I have seen plenty of pokemon fanart with that kind of stuff
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:10 No.11209744
    wtf is that?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:11 No.11209763
    its fanboys version of a pokemon and or digimon
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:11 No.11209765
    Hey. Don't diss SoS.

    Do not diss SoS.


    You hear?
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:13 No.11209779
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    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:14 No.11209799
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    A synx.

    They contort their body easily.

    Child rape with eating them during/shortly after the act. Loads of fapfic stories. Creatures specifically created for the vore fandom.

    I doubt you realize the depth it goes.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:14 No.11209800
    I have a general distaste for the man. Everyone has their own issues but most of us have the good grace to not shove them into every thread we get involved in or trip when it only subtracts from the conversation.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:15 No.11209816

    Is vore the stuff with the plants that eat hot chicks alive? love that shit
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:16 No.11209825
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    >I doubt you realize the depth it goes.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:17 No.11209832
    And there you have why FOX found it necessary to castigate him: because to the minds behind FOX, anything that does not revolve solely around helping yourself and disregarding everyone else is evil.

    The world would be a very different place if more children watched Mr. Rogers in their formative years. Which is probably why it would never be allowed; a place where people are kind, respectful and self-assured is a place where you no longer need people in power to constantly tell you exactly how you should be living and why they should be running your life. And whether politicians, or priests, or corporate executives, nobody whose lifestyle of excess depends upon everyone else blindly accepting a world where hatred, fear and want distract them from the looting can afford to allow the message of Mr. Rogers to spread.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:17 No.11209834
    Well, he's a damn good player and a decent, if insecure guy whenever he's out of his persona.

    Yeah, he's messed up but some people are like that.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:17 No.11209836
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    have you gone to a digimon fan site or pokemon there is all of a vore childrape
    look that this pic of a digimon and tell me if its not smiler looking
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:18 No.11209846
    Well then you asked for it.

    Google Synx... VCL will show up..
    I fear posting the link here. It is quite bannable from what I hear to post his links.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:19 No.11209848
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    sorry wrong one
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:20 No.11209868
    Good job ruining a Mr. Rogers thread. I'm sure you had fun doing it, and I am very proud of you.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:21 No.11209875
    If he's still around and not tripping then that's fine. It's just what you say, he has a persona when tripping and it's that persona that causes problems.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:21 No.11209877
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    Someone needs a hug I think.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:23 No.11209892
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    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:23 No.11209901
    Yeah, I downvoted the thread on suptg for the derail. I suggest you do the same to avoid besmirching Mr. Rogers threads.
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:23 No.11209905
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    >"One shot is all I need."
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:24 No.11209910
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    I just want to tell /tg/ that I was feeling really depressed today, then I read this thread and it made me feel happier. See? The spirit of Mr. Rogers is still with us.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:24 No.11209912
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    And /tg/'s heart grew nine thousand sizes that day. And then - the true meaning of Gaming came through, and /tg/ found the strength of ten /tg/'s, plus two!
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:25 No.11209925
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    ♥  ♥
    >> Papa !NurglevYtE 07/18/10(Sun)18:34 No.11210042
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    Those who think plague and nurgle is a derail to the thread.

    Remember this:

    Nurgle has you feel no pain. He melts your expectations to nothing so you can enjoy the basics. Like the nurglings, the beasts of nurgle and his garden of pure life. All he wants to do is claim you and help you live a life without suffering the medium forced upon you by a cruel system based on 'natural selection' and apathy.

    In the end, if all are the same as you on equal terms then you are allowed to be happy. That is nurgle, grandfather. Parents to his diseases made of life that claim you as his grandchildren. Unbirth through death, reborn through daemonhood. A perverted clone of Buddha himself within 40k.

    He loves you all.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:37 No.11210075
    My god what have you done! I cant cope with this.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:38 No.11210086
    You guys forgot what Mr. Rogers would say to the Eldar. He'd tell them how everyone wants to be special, and sometimes they want it so much that they refuse to work with other people. But admitting that you need help doesn't make you weak, it makes you strong, because only by working together can we show each other how much we can help one another.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:39 No.11210091
    But Mr. Rogers taught us the importance of good hygiene.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:40 No.11210102
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    You are now imagining his town table is a 40k table.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:40 No.11210103
    Actually, it's the sergals.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:42 No.11210131
    If by that you mean I'm imagining a bunch of 40k soldiers engaged in good neighborly activities like barbecues and chatting while their kids play together on the local playground in a scene so sentimental it'd give Rockwell diabetes, then yes, I am totally imagining that.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:43 No.11210154
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    Funny story on Sergals.

    /tg/ took sergals and removed the vore aspect. Made it a usable race, and acted like it's origin never existed.

    A triumphant story akin to the threads morals thus far.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:44 No.11210161
    And then nobody cared.

    Nobody still cares.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:46 No.11210188
    I miss watching his show as a kid.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:46 No.11210189
    then the part of /tg/ that never liked them finally caused enough drama to get the rest of the board to dislike them.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:46 No.11210193
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    I disprove you that I care.

    As there many more anons that are not you, and people you do not know. I dare to point that your vindictive venom holds no valor.
    >> Anonymous 07/18/10(Sun)18:56 No.11210336
    you see, the thing whit them is that they were a fun projec. once finished it lost all momentum and their abuse by quest runners and spammers created ill faith. in the end, once the legion has decided they hate something they will not leave well alone, and any further attempt at fixing it will get them more mad and more people involved. seeing this we let sergals die out, but still there's people viciously attached to hating them, pulling them out at any chance and claiming to be heartfelt supporters to stir rage once again. hell, even mick stopped drawing rain and draws mostly the birds now.

    TL:DR, only haters discuss sergals anymore, we lovers have accepted their death and moved along.

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