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you can raise them as a snowflake or a real man......you can choose who you would like as our future military's might.
It's a shame that the only time those kids are going to hear the truth is from their coach. Wouldn't surprise me those kids'll correct their parents one day and cause them to blow up at the coach Karen style.
I was tough on my son and folks thought me too tough, the same people were their kids best friend. Now my friends ask why my Son and I are so close, my answer is I was his Father and taught him the value of himself and to win through. Today we can talk with respect for each other. I taught to cook, sew and shoot then clean his rifle or pistol. He took what I gave him and helped the scouts in his den to earn arrow points by learning skills. Play to win the people y'all call Apache had no words for win or lose it was live or die, by the way the Apache call themselves D'Tina for history sake.
You can either raise your kids to be strong or safe. We can see who was brought up how these days by simple watching their social media activity.
We have a generation of kids taught to fail and be happy with a participation trophy, just be there and don't worry about winning. That is blue pill thinking and when a dad tells his son this lie he fails as a Father.
In the original Olympic games, Ancient Greece, the winner got a prize the rest got nothing because they were loser's.
@Councilof1: I disagree. They weren't lovers they just didn't win. I mean are any of the guys who fight a world champion boxing match losers? It's a competition and at the end only one will be champion. If you've never failed how much have you lived.
@JG123: *losers, not lovers
@JG123: I'm not saying they were total losers. After all they wouldn't have been invited in the first place. However they were loser's in that particular instance. There were no runner up prize's. And when you consider the game's were meant to keep men ready for war it makes much sense.
@Councilof1: Thanks for your reply. Right, one is fastest or strongest that's all.
Glad my son(s) isn't being coached by this neon blue pill, cuck, mangina, white knight, captain save a ho, simp.
You have that so backwards it isn't funny. The Coach told truth and it was needed.
Didn't understand the guy on the video. But what you said... unfortunately so true.
He isn't a bad coach. I think he could have been more careful with his choice of words. The coach directly referring to the Dad[s] as a ''looser;;, was not the most appropriate way to get that point across.
Truth is often harsh, if you come with a mediocre attitude then you lose.
@Hammerhead69: I stand by my comment. Winning is great, it should also be fun, BUT, shoving a rift between father and son is NOT the way to ''Paradise''.
@for_Archangel Liberation_Y: Seen this mindset that the Coach is fighting. Teach the kid to be his best not to lay down and take it.
@Hammerhead69:Now I see that I must come clean with you. A coach that speaks like that to boys is little better than a faggot. All situations are different, and in this situation the Coach was wrong to place ''team goal'' about familial relations.
@for_Archangel Liberation_Y: Seen weak parents ruining the kids and the Coach made the difference to a kid. Role models with backbone are key and being a whiney assed mealy mouth is wrong. Was a Cub Master for my son's Troop and we had weak parents condemning their sons to failure by pre-excusing failure. Same parents used Scouting as baby sitters.
@for_Archangel Liberation_Y: Do you want a participation trophy? Because that's how you get participation trophies.
@Hammerhead69: I might need some sort of cheesy-trophy right now just for enduring your comments.
@for_Archangel Liberation_Y: Yes that'll help as you sit on the side of the bed Chad ,Tyrone and Hector bang the wife because just have fun is that dude. Truth hurts right.
@Hammerhead69: Never happen.
Love that Coach.
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