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WATCH: Returning Marine Surprises His Son in Most Precious Way Possible...
Sometimes it's good to back away from the liberal crapstorm and take a breather. Earth consists of more than just Caitlyn Jenners and Lena Dunhams. In the words of Samwise Gamgee, "There is some good in this world, and it's worth fighting for." For instance; this tender moment shared between father and son.
U.S. Marine Corps Master Sgt. Randy Brock had been stationed in Japan over the last six months and didn't tell his kids he was coming home. Heath Thomas, manager of his son's baseball team, helped plan out the surprise. He told InsideEdition.com, "He left for deployment shortly after AJ, his son, joined the team. They had told the kids that he wasn't getting back until June."
By the way, the leftist notion that men can't have healthy, hetero male relationships? Watch this video. Then feel silly for ever believing it. Males can have bonds with other males. That are non-gay. Cough, Captain America, cough. Normal men can cry, have intimate moments, and still be manlier than the likes of Bernie-voting eunuchs (Dear 'Men' Who Vote Bernie Sanders: You're Not Men at All). It's perfectly masculine to show emotion, affection and yes, love to other men. It needn't be bastardized by the modern left.
Refreshing, right? This is an awesome story to keep in mind this Memorial Day weekend - especially as you enjoy the holiday with friends and family. It's a good reminder of the sacrifices our servicemen make to protect our freedoms. Yes, that counts turdlords like Amy Schumer. Even while they're turdlording (watch BANNED FROM YOUTUBE: Amy Schumer Goes Full #SJW).
So to this Marine: thank you for your service. And thanks for reminding us of what it means to be a man.
Speaking of being a man, watch this video. You just might learn a thing or two.