The Mad That You Feel

Using the existing audio recording of Mr. Rogers appearing before the United States Senate to defend funding for Public Television. The concept behind this is that anger at times can feel like this uncontrollable energy, which when left alone can grow inside you. For this story, anger is represented with a white statice noise that morphs as the story progresses then eventually being replace by Mr. Roger's song.

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