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Definition of a Real Man


The Nightcap

Nightcap for June 5th, 2018

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“You can’t expect to hit the jackpot if you don’t put a few nickels in the machine.” – Flip Wilson



Where There’s Smoke

Marine vs Army

Cops vs. Firemen

Skiers vs. Snowboarders

Boxers vs. Briefs

It seems like, when you are a guy, no matter what you do or how you do it, there will always be some other guy that declares what HE does is harder or more manly.

While many women now work in the career fields listed above, it kind of feels like only men turn these activities into a
competition.

I once dated a WILDERNESS firefighter who pretty much spent our entire relationship talking about what pussies city firefighters were and how that division is for fire fighters going into retirement. Essentially, it was one big pissing competition that I wanted no part of.

With so many cops getting caught doing questionably ethical things these days, this guy decided to make a spoof about what it would look like it firemen wore body cams.

Watch the video spoof here



I Have A Dream, Improvised

History has always been characterized and determined by those who demand social and political reform. Since the beginning of time, famous leaders like Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman, and Nelson Mandela have speckled the landscape of political justice with this one thing in common: they weren’t afraid to ruffle some feathers or pay the price if it meant inciting real change.

We’ve always revered these strong personalities, even if it took us years to see the big picture.

The political climate in recent years has become quite heated. With every new face that defies the system and demands justice, there are hundreds of people who want to silence and discredit them.

It’s a thing of beauty to watch a younger generation care about their future and stand up for what they believe. Apparently, this new “voice” is pissing a lot of people off, but that’s the magic behind the 1st Amendment; your voice can’t be silenced, no matter what it has to say.

These two high school graduates were denied their right to make a speech at their graduation. But, thanks to a bullhorn and a vision, these Kentucky students improvised and made their speeches anyway.

Do you think a high school graduation is an inappropriate time to insert your politics? Let us know!


Extended Family

They say when you join the military, your fellow soldiers become part of your family. When this baby girl’s father died in combat, his platoon made sure his daughter remember him in heart and spirit. Try not to cry!

Watch here



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Written by Mcclain Warren


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