Mister Rogers's Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Kids. Rogers brought this level of care and attention not just to granular details and phrasings, but the bigger messages his show would send. Hedda Sharapan, one of the staff members at Fred Rogers’s production company, Family Communications, Inc., recalls Rogers once halted taping of a show when a cast member told the puppet Henrietta Pussycat not to cry; he interrupted shooting to make it clear that his show would never suggest to children that they not cry. In working on the show, Rogers interacted extensively with academic researchers. Daniel R. Anderson, a psychologist formerly at the University of Massachusetts who worked as an advisor for the show, remembered a speaking trip to Germany at which some members of an academic audience raised questions about Rogers’s direct approach on television.
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Their 7-year-old Border collie, Katie, was no longer in the room. She had apparently managed to unlatch the door, possibly spooked by a thunderstorm that had swept through the area. At the front desk, an attendant said she had seen an anxious dog bolt out the front door hours before. The Kings were stunned. In the small city of 23,000 people that backs up to the sprawling wilderness near Glacier National Park, surrounded by forests and fields, where would they even start looking? Over the next 57 days, the couple set out on a desperate search that included night-vision goggles, animal-tracking cameras and horse manure brought in from the family’s farm in Eastern Washington. Bikers line up at girl's lemonade stand after mom helps save them during crash.
A group of 30 bikers visited one little girl's lemonade stand as a long-awaited thank you to her mom.
The Milwaukee Iron motorcycle group of Kokomo, Indiana, lined up at 8-year-old Bryanne's stand after her mom, Daryn Sturch, a nurse, helped them after a highway crash. "When I pulled up, it looked like one of them had lost control and their bikes [got] tangled," Sturch of Denver, Indiana, told "Good Morning America. " "I parked a ways away so my daughter wouldn't see and I ran up. They had some severe injuries. " The accident, which injured five bikers, took place on Indiana's on State Road 19 in September 2018, according to ABC affiliate WRTV.
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This story appears in the May 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine.
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Once, his ancestors had owned the coal-seamed cavern that he was now descending into, his trainee miner hard-hat secure. His people had settled the Clintwood and George’s Fork area, along the Appalachian edge of southern Virginia, in the early 17th century. Around the turn of the 1900s, smooth-talking land agents from back east swept through the area, coaxing mountain people into selling the rights to the ground beneath them for cheap. One of Mullins’ ancestors received 12 rifles and 13 hogs—one apiece for each of his children, plus a hog for himself—in exchange for the rights to land that has since produced billions of dollars worth of coal.