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A documentary for my dad on Father’s Day

This is a documentary about my dad, Christopher Michael Considine, who was born on April Fool’s Day in 1948. He grew up in the country of New Hampshire and Vermont. My dad served as Captain during the Vietnam War, a conflict which some of the greatest figures of his generation avoided. Years after serving in the U.S. Army, my dad met my mom and they lived pretty much happily ever after. When his children were born, he groomed them to be great athletes, and great athletes they became. When my dad was older, he had to see his children off into the real world. But now, things have come full circle.

 

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