It makes us no happier to know that the lamentably deceased children’s entertainer Fred “Mr.” Rogers didn’t actually spend his youth as a remorseless special forces operative, forcing him to wear long-sleeved sweaters later in life to hide the tattoos.
"You'd Like To Be A Good Neighbor, Wouldn't You? Sure You Would, And We Know That Good Neighbors Don't Keep Secrets. They Don't, Do They? Good. So, We're Just Going To Remove The Ball Gag And Give You A Chance To Be A Good Neighbor. A Good Neighbor Dies Quickly And With Little Pain."
Damn you, Snopes.com. You live to destroy dreams.
“It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Kind of a shame you won’t see another.”