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7 hours ago, Perspective said:

Happy Father's Day to all the guys out their who are fortunate enough to have kids and for all those coaches out there that fill that role and become father figures for their players that don't have a real dad in their life.  

I got like 5 kids. 

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Amen, not only fortunate to have kids but also 5 grandkids with 3 grandsons in the military at present time.  But more importantly,  those coaches fill such an important void in their players lives as many of the young men who play sports are fatherless today.  A tremendous blemish on our society as our leaders don't emphasize that situation enough and give credit to what coaches contribute to it.   Bless all of the coaches out there on Fathers Day as many have to balance that role with their own children.

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