I'll work on it following my Ireland run (and maybe another USA run), but I do have a few teasers:Sure, let's see it.
Incoherent screaming, followed by an angry demand to appear on the show to “set the record straight”
You see, Mr. Rogers' message of love and kindness is completely and utterly antithetical to the basic concept of Nazism. Since Bormann is so utterly revolted at Disneyland, a symbol of fun and happiness to everyone, he would more than likely be completely overtaken with rage at the thought of a man like Mr. Rogers, a man who taught several generations that each and everyone of them is special, and that we should always try to be kind and considerate of others.I believe I am missing some context behind the bit about Mr. Rogers? I mean, I know of Mr. Rogers' legendary kindness and empathy and all, but aside from that, what would be setting off Bormann so immensely? You know, aside from Bormann being a Nazi asshat, because that's a given.