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#86 - bossdelainternet (03/21/2013) [-]
this one got to me.
#881 to #86 - vangoz (03/21/2013) [-]
This image reminded me of my friends funeral when his mom received his Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Army commendation medal, Army achievement medal, and his flag. I'm glad it was a sunny day because sunglasses hide blood shot eye's even if they don't hide tears.
#831 to #86 - John Cena (03/21/2013) [-]
That's some corn you have in your **** right there bud.
#680 to #86 - nymphorican (03/21/2013) [-]
that is the strongest ******* kid iv ever seen. i feel like when his dad left he told his son "be strong, ur the man of the house. take care of mom until i get back"
#800 to #680 - jaysim (03/21/2013) [-]
You're amplifying the feels!!
#639 to #86 - John Cena (03/21/2013) [-]
God, I know man.
#543 to #86 - John Cena (03/21/2013) [-]
Why would someone with a child even go to war. The dad was selfish moron. That kid now has no dad because his dad defied death. And lost.
User avatar #570 to #543 - tdhd (03/21/2013) [-]
Perhaps because they know that if they go to war they will be able to liberate people and make it possible to live peacefully with their children. Also because they want to do a service to their country.
All in all joining the army is the most selfless thing anyone can do as it is a massive commitment. LOG IN AND SAY THAT LIKE A MAN
#585 to #570 - John Cena (03/21/2013) [-]
I don't have an account here. But I'd much rather have a father than have a dead father WHO FOUGHT FOR HIS COUNTRY BECAUSE PATRIONISM IS THE BEST and liberating foreign countries.

It's selfish to abandon your family for glory. I'd never do that and I'll never understand people who risk the most precious thing they'll ever get, their lives, especially when risking their lives also means risking their child losing a father.
User avatar #717 to #585 - ICEDgrunge (03/21/2013) [-]
How thick do you have to be to not understand that there's a difference between doing something for glory and doing something to protect the things you love? If soldier's went out to war for Glory, then I'd assume you'd see their names plastered over the news like any Kardashian in America, but that is simply not the case. No one cares for the dead, the only soldiers that are given a **** about are the poor souls who came back from the war without their limbs and not a single one of their brothers in arms left, and the only reason why those wonderful men are ever talked about, is because of the fault and grime of the media, it's not the soldier's who go out and strive for that, that is not what being a soldier is about, and you will never understand that without being a soldier. Not a single person here can name more than 5 soldiers (bar their close family and friends), there is no glory when that fact is evident. I can't say I don't understand your statement, I see why you have this point of view, but the glory is just a stupid thing to think a father would do something so decisive for.
Our views on this philosophical ******** are completely different, and maybe neither of us will ever see eye to eye here, as I know I will never agree with you, but the prerogative of a parent is to protect his children, and sometimes a father will put their lives on the line to do that, as that is the only way they can, the only reason you will never understand that is because you are NOT a father, I say that with an assumption, but if you fail to understand this while being a father then I was wrong that I know why you think in such a way.
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User avatar #709 to #585 - tdhd (03/21/2013) [-]
However they also know that if they don't take that risk, there will be someone out there who will never have the opportunity to be a father because it is unfair.
People don't join the army for glory, war is the most inglorious thing possible. They go because they want to do what is right.
#393 to #86 - ompalomper (03/21/2013) [-]
MFW this pic
#375 to #86 - jaysim (03/21/2013) [-]
That one always gets me, you can see he wants to just let go and cry like any child would, but at the same time wants to be a man...
User avatar #262 to #86 - nozepicker (03/21/2013) [-]
I burst out when I scrolled to this.
#125 to #86 - mctoilet **User deleted account** (03/21/2013) [-]
#996 to #125 - obeyweegee (03/21/2013) [-]
enjoy every one of your red thumbs.
enjoy every one of your red thumbs.
#895 to #125 - tylertuesday (03/21/2013) [-]
there is a special place in hell for you
there is a special place in hell for you
#151 to #125 - John Cena (03/21/2013) [-]
The officer must have been from Westboro Baptist Church.
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