Dog Mourns Fallen Navy SEAL Master

Submitted by: Ani187 5 years ago

Jon Tumilson"s lab was a loyal pooch to the very end. Dogs really are mans best friend. Now go hug your dog.
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Male 1,569
watchfull eye? it was sleeping!
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Male 14,330
SHUDDUP HIPPIES!! Go hug a tree and tell it your feelings it`s the only thing besides hippies that gives a flying f**k.
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Male 373
@CrakrJak - at the time, the British were the dominant power, the Americans would have been perceived as terrorists(rebels as the term of the day). History may have proven them right, and I do agree that there is a difference between freedom fighter and terrorist.
My point is that the terrorist label is often applied to freedom fighters, in order to make their struggle seem illegitimate.
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Male 18
lordastral: Thank you, you took the words out of my mouth
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Male 17,512
dirtysteve: Considering all the facts of the revolutionary war, our founding fathers were freedom fighters and the British `Red Coats` committed the acts of terrorism.

Would you call the people fighting against Qadaffi in Libya to be terrorists ?

Sorry, but the two words are not as interchangeable as you might believe.
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Male 17,512
lordastral: Well said sir, well said.
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Male 45
No wife or girlfriend. Oh jeez, perhaps because he was a veteran Navy SEAL and maybe didn`t have the sort of life that made it easy to settle down.

First, what kind of drated up useless piece of poo are you that you feel compelled to think about whether the dead guy was gay.

Second, its none of your drating business whether he was gay or not. He was an elite member of the military killed in action. He deserved more respect than you will ever earn in your miserable, useless lifetime.
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Male 1,360
He leaves behind a dog, no wife nor girlfriend, gay maybe...
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Male 373
@nettech That`s more true for the sacrifices made by communist Russian soldiers,who did more damage to Germany. However, it doesn`t make the Stalinist state any more laudable.

As for CrakrJack : "Freedom fighters don`t strap bombs onto themselves and blow up civilians on a bus or outside a night club or other populated area. "
You`re missing the original point, he never claimed that he believed terrorists were freedom fighter. What he said, was that freedom fighters are often seen as terrorists, regardless of how they fight.
I agree that the bombing of innocents is terrorism, and horrendous. But anyone who resists an occupying force, can also be called `terrorists` by said force.
Do you consider your founding fathers terrorists, or freedom fighters?
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Male 977
Nice sound quality!
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Male 522
if that dog`s anything like mine, he just wanted to be the center of attention. bad dog!
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Female 14
@I-See-U:

You are not obligated at all to give a thought about soldiers. However, it would be nice if you could at least respect them for standing up for what they personally believe in to the extent where they are risking their lives. You do not have to personally support any war. I don`t care if you vehemently oppose it. However, respect to the dead is always in good taste. Just keep that in mind.
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Male 2,513
Didn`t see a dog mourning in this video, just looked to me like a cool place to lie down. Just imo
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Male 17,512
I-See-U: [quote]Just remember a "freedom fighter" to me is a "terrorist"[/quote]

Freedom fighters don`t strap bombs onto themselves and blow up civilians on a bus or outside a night club or other populated area.

Freedom fighters are not terrorists or vice versa, That`s another false liberal talking point and lately they`ve been aiming that stupid rhetoric at the Tea Party.
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Male 17,512
I-See-You: [quote]I just hope that people who think like you don`t ever push the little red button and watch half of the world go kabooom..[/quote]

So now you bring up the `Nuclear Cowboy` analogy eh ?

Reagan was called that too, when he in fact broke the back of Russia with his Star Wars Initiative bluff. He was never going to start a nuclear war and we know now that Russia wouldn`t have either.

There are only a few countries that are worrisome when it comes to nukes, because their leaders make repeated threats of acquiring and using them.

If you are worrying about America using nukes, your worries are severely misplaced.
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Male 2,143
Good Dog.
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Male 354
Just remember a "freedom fighter" to me is a "terrorist" to someone else and visa versa. The only thing that makes the difference is someone arrogance.
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Male 354
lol, Gerry I`ve been the sole owner of it for a long time now, in fact I put it in a safe place in case I want some for later. I`m a nice person so I`ll even share it with you if you want some. Not too sure what you mean by "enjoy it" but if its enjoyable consider it enjoyed.

"Yes, many brave people fought and died so you could enjoy that right and you demean those very same patriots, but that is also a right they gave you."

I`ve heard that before.... didn`t Jesus do the same thing?

Now back to being serious, have as much sympathy as you would like, I wont agree but I wont judge either. I just hope that people who think like you don`t ever push the little red button and watch half of the world go kabooom, just so that the other half can have their irrelevant opinions while eating to the point of explosion and watching nyan cat videos.


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Male 37,890

@ I-See-U

Your correlating Patriotism with Anti-Gay retoric.

Again you dodge the main issue and throw up a smoke screen to hide from the core issue.

If you have a firm belief that hiding from all conflict is the best way to go, then stand up for it. Don`t put a spin on it. Own it. Be proud. You have a right to your opinion. Yes, many brave people faught and died so you could enjoy that right and you demean those very same patriots, but that is also a right they gave you. Enjoy it.
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Male 354
@geckohead

"I dare any and all of you unappreciative people to go live in a different country for a couple of years."

Parents moved to Iran for work when I was 12 and I lived there for 3 year. It gave me an appreciation for bikinis and made me realize no matter where in the world one is, there are always idiots as well as rational people living there. How bout you?

@Gerry

lol. You can say it all you want, it wont change anything. BTW, you sound like the anti-gay people who stand in the street holding a sign repeating the same thing over and over in hopes of removing someones gayness. (just giving you an example that you have probably experienced, not bashing you or anybodys sexual preference)
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Male 37,890

I-See-U - I`m gonna say it again, because it`s worth repeating.

[quote]"War is an ugly thing. But not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral patriotic feeling that thinks nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." [/quote]

- John Stuart Mill, 1806-1873
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Male 552
@I-See-u

It`s amazing that people as uneducated as you can even fill out the information to make an account here.
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Male 354
"No amount of kind heartedness will change their mind."

The same thing can be said about violence. (Also I never said anything about kindness.)

and evolution has nothing to do with the wars we are fighting. Lions and chimps wont hesitate to kill another family of lions and chimps if they see them. We can either go towards that behavior or use our evolutionary advantage to move away from it.

Do you see what is happening here? I am being persecuted because I believe violence will not fix violence and have no remorse for people who carry out acts of violence. Also being called an azzhole for not giving a damn about a blue and red piece of cloth. I never asked any of those guys to fight so why am I obligated to feel sorry for them? Its something they chose and I don`t agree with.

Finally, on your last statement you said, "What`s the matter? Did it hit too close to home?". I now know that you have no more rational thoughts to say. Yo
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Male 3,745
November_Rai: well...duh...
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Female 592
I dare any and all of you unappreciative people to go live in a different country for a couple of years. If you hate America this much, and I`m not talking politics, go somewhere else. It`s that simple. You have the right to move about, so go!
Yeah, we all have our opinions, but to degrade and mock this young man is dismal at best. I agree with the quote from John Stuart Mill, you are cowards who think everything is a right and not a privilege to be EARNED.
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Female 592
I dare any and all of you unappreciative people to go live in a different country for a couple of years. If you hate America this much, and I`m not talking politics, go somewhere else. It`s that simple. You have the right to move about, so go!
Yeah, we all have our opinions, but to degrade and mock this young man is dismal at best. I agree with the quote from John Stuart Mill, you are cowards who think everything is a right and not a privilege to be EARNED.
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Male 1,053
@bremir: "If it weren`t for every other country in the world, you`d not even be where you are today"

And if it weren`t for the sacrifices of US Soldiers you`d be speaking German today....
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Male 319
It frightens me to think that the internet is an accurate reflection of the state of humanity. Is this the way we really are?
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Male 37,890

@I-See-U - U are so lost I don`t know where to begin.

I never mentioned "instinct". You specifically said you`d never join a military organization...my comments are based on that.

Comparing military with a planned murder "pack your bags...go to someones house to kill them" is a rediculous statment. With that reasoning you can call all sexual activities `rape`. Or any meal `gluttony`.

"Evolution" has nothing to do with what we`re talking about. If you mean social development, there are some societies that want you dead. No amount of kind heartedness will change their mind.

As for my statements of patriotism equalling an endless cycle of violence - Bull. I`ve been discussing patiotism and cowardice. Not evolution. Not instict. Not homocide. Sounds like your throwing up smoke screens to hide from the actual dialogue.

What`s the matter? Did it hit too close to home?
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Male 2,579
Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule.
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Male 354
P.S. What "freedom".

You think your free just cause you can yell anything you want?

Try doing anything else and you`ll need permission from someone else. Either in the form of taxes, licenses, or codes. You can`t even FISH or SELL LEMONADE anymore without someone else allowing you to....... and you think your free???
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Male 1,341
There are some worthless examples of human beings on this site... That`s for certain.
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Male 230
@I-See-U

+1

Flag worshipers are so ....so..... lost.
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Male 1,610
LOL @ Blatto

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Male 354
This us vs them, patriotic, "freedom fighting", I`m right your wrong, superior bullsh*t that your statement implies is the same thing a racist or hate groups are all about.

Think of it this way, everyone has an opinion on a subject and it`s different from other peoples. So if each one of the 7billion people(with different opinions) had a gun and decided to "stand up for their right" there would only be 1 person left on earth.

So, as far as I`m concerned the idiots who wanna kill can go shoot themselves, just stop doing it with my tax money and don`t expect me to act all sympathetic when you die because of your ego.
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Female 592
How dare you people tell this family these things. He believed in his country and he did what he was supposed to do. We are at war, for whatever reason, and he volunteered to help keep us safe from people that would just as soon kill us all. If you don`t like being her then GTFO of America. GO! We sure don;t need people like YOU here. I`ll never forget the sight of our American flag flying when my family came back from overseas, it made me very proud. YOU suck. That man IS a HERO. Something YOU will NEVER BE TO ANYONE.
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Male 354
@Gerry

There is a difference between premeditated and instinctual. Of course if a guy runs at me with a knife I`m not going watch him stab me, my instincts wont allow me to.

However, when you pack your bags with guns, plan your attack, and then go to someones house to kill them it`s a different story.

Sure, I believe in "survival of the fittest" but at the same time I also believe in "evolution". We wont evolve to be a better species if every idiot with a thought and a gun "fights" because his ego tells him he cannot be wrong. We have evolved to have the power of thought and if we don`t use it will disappear. (just look at the hillbilly`s in the back woods)

If you follow the statement you posted, nothing but more fighting and destruction will occur. Case and point will be the Israel/Palestinian situation or, the Shiite/Sunni situation and I could go on and on with examples.

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Male 230
The amount of "freedom" propaganda is so thick in these comments I could hardly escape.

I don`t understand why so many think that the wars we have fought in the US since WWII have anything to do with our freedom or safety has a nation. I also don`t understand the amount of flag and soldier worship either. As if ever american solider is some how one in the same with the soldiers of long ago when we were actually engaged in wars to actually preserve and obtain our freedom.
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Male 37,890

People who stand on their rights {like free speech} but berate those who fight to keep them are beneith contept.

No, not every battle a soldier fights will be just in the 20/20 vision of history. But that does not diminish the individual`s moral bravery for willingly taking the risk. Nor does it justify the moral cowardice of those who don`t.
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Male 25,416
Dogs are so loyal... sad!
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Male 392
yoda141 - Because Americans are clearly paranoid and think every single country in the world is trying to steal their so called "freedom" on a daily basis.

Every time someone from America brings up their "freedom" and "liberty" and whatever other crap they like to spout, I swear it makes me sick to my stomach. It`s cringeworthy, it really is.

And it has to make you laugh, because Americans believe it`s because of their people fighting for their country they have what they have today.

No. It`s because the French won one particular war for you, giving you your so called freedom. If it weren`t for every other country in the world, you`d not even be where you are today.

Don`t forget when you claim you`re a mix of Irish and German, or whatever else, "that" is where you come from.
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Male 688
"It`s because of MEN like him and others who are willing to stand up and fight for their country that you are even here"

NO! It`s because of people like him who will fight for whatever that were always at war!!!!! If our troops actually had a say whether they were willing to participate in a war or not we wouldn`t be going to war every day in every country.

According to pretty much every other all my opposition, world peace does not exist and never will, so people who die for the wrong reasons are morons!

This dead guy, is a moron!

Pick what you fight for and make it worth your life, not whatever someone tells you because the people who initiated the war had a temper and refused to continue negotiations.
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Male 266
I lament this death just as much as anyone and i respect his choice to go serve his country without questioning, and his sacrifise to it, but why is it that most people here who are from the U.S think their freedoms and rights are being protected by going over to another country and messing poo up for years, and not retreat when the reason why they went there was over?
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Male 1,258
If men like Jon Tumilson did not volunteer to serve, we would not be free to surf I-A-B or whatever else we do in our day.
Thank you to Jon and those who serve to protect freedom.
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Male 1,341
You know what I-see-u, whether you like what we`re fighting for or not you could show some more appreciation for our fallen. It`s because of MEN like him and others who are willing to stand up and fight for their country that you are even here and able to enjoy everything you love. Maybe not in the case of this war but in all of our history if we had a bunch of spineless weaklings like yourself, we wouldn`t be here.
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Female 269
10 seconds of the dog at the 2:20 mark. Touching, but I think the title is misleading if you`re aiming for talking up the dog.
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Male 840
That is it? I heard about this video and that was it? Just a few shots of a dog laying on the floor during a funeral? Anthropomorphise much?
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Male 358
The audio on this is horrible. Was Slenderman running the camera?
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Male 3,745
I-See-U: what you said to begin with may have actually been a little insensitive...there is no proof whatsoever that says that this man signed up with the military saying "lets kill some people from 3rd world countries." some people do it because that is the only option left available to them and some people do it just because they want to serve their country.

but at the same time i dont completely understand why this made national news...its a dog mourning...what about the people who mourned for him? what about everyone else mourning for everyone else?

until i see a memorial service for every living person to have ever died in the history of mankind get your balls off the ground and move on...thats what life is about and thats what we have been doing since the beginning of time anyway...
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Male 37,890

I-See-U [quote]"I would never join a force that is as destructive as any military." [/quote]
"War is an ugly thing. But not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral patriotic feeling that thinks nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself."

- John Stuart Mill, 1806-1873
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Male 363
Sucks for that guy but that was a long video just to get the ten or so seconds of the dog.
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Male 559
Must...not...tear up...

Good boy, Hawkeye, your daddy is waiting to give you a treat in heaven.
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Male 354
You got it all wrong Gerry. That is one of my core beliefs. I grew up with a military background on my mothers side. No laughs here, just pure frustration at humanity.

These are people who like to kill people for made up bullsh*t and they go halfway accross the world to meet other people who wanna kill people. This guys was just unlucky to get the short end of the stick.

I feel just as sorry for the idiot in the turbine sitting on a donky as I do for the idiot in a helmet sitting in a helicopter.

You come here and talk about tolerance, but when it comes down to it you pull this sh*t and call me an "asz-hole" for stating my openion about something that is politically incorrect.

Your the obvious troll here.


P.S. yea, I would never join a force that is as destructive as any military.
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Male 2
Thank you Gerry for saying what im thinking
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Male 270
No need to troll.

RIP Guy. Kinda looks like Ashton Kutcher.
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Male 37,890

@ I-See-U

Oh, I get it. You`re trolling for fun. You aren`t really a self-centered prick. Nor are you a spineless pussy too cowardly to join the military himself. You`re just trolling. {haha} Just having a laugh at a dead sailors expense.....wait, that`s worse.

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Male 354
Its ok Gerry its ingrained in you to believe its ok. I would understand a guy being drafted and then being killed, but volunteering to go kill people who don`t even have shoes or food to feed to their children is the atrocity here.

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Male 37,890

I enjoy banter. And throwing stuff back and forth with the likes of such IAB alumni as CrakrJak, Angilion, & Madest to name a few. But I don`t think I have ever been openly hostile. Never delibertely rude or insulting.

Until now....

@ I-See-U - you are an asz-hole. Shut up.
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Male 354
Sh*t happens when you volunteer to go kill people. Sorry for the dog but no remorse for the guy.
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Female 1,008
Okay, this is awful, but did anyone else get a good look at that family picture at 1:59? I`m thinking someone was adopted or mom had a good relationship with the milkman.
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Female 4,447
Link: Dog Mourns Fallen Navy SEAL Master [Rate Link] - Jon Tumilson`s lab was a loyal pooch to the very end. Dogs really are mans best friend. Now go hug your dog.
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