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    • That’s America as fuck
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    • It enough to make a grown man cry and he’ll yeah for those people those are our true heros
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    • “The first thing he wanted to see in color was the American flag” holy shit that’s patriotic
      Yeeeeeah 6 aug
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    • I've seen a lot of these videos and people judge them for getting emotional but can you imagine spending your whole life not seeing certain colors or for some hardly any. That must be like seeing real magic for the first time
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    • Unpopular opinion: most civilian firefighters are braver than a lot of us in the military. At least I can defend myself against a threat, while these guys run into a fire with the possibility of burning alive and no escape. Tbh, one of my biggest fears.
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    • All he ever wanted to do was see the American flag in its true colors. Fucking wholesome.
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    • We’re reaching levels of wholesome that shouldn’t be possible. I am so happy for that man and I actually teared up watching this.
      MurtyQ 7 aug
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    • A lot of people don’t understand why everyone who wears these gets so emotional seeing colors but imagine seeing the world and the true beauty of it for the very first time in the years you’ve been here
      WaterBBOI 10 aug
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    • The power of seeing the American flag makes people cry, sometimes tears of joy, sometimes tears of fear
      KUPD 8 aug
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    • Man honestly I bet it's a lot to take in all at once never seeing color for all your life and then bam there's color everywhere
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    • 'Murica, *sniffles* fuck yeah
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    • I love that the first thing he wanted to see was the flag
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    • I could only imagine not being able to see colors and then this happening. Seeing the beautiful coloration of the world. It must have been moving, I’m glad for this guy.
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    • Freedom bitch look at it
      grandpaa 8 aug
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    • I have a pair, so to all the dumbasses saying they don't work, they do. Color is fucking beautiful, you just don't know until you've finally seen purple
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    • Being able to see color is something most of us take for granted
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    • Make one for his air mask.🇺🇸🇺🇸
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    • Ah man i saw his lip quivering as he tried to hold it in and immediately teared up. It doesnt matter how big or small the deed is, i do thoroughly enjoy seeing people be so happy it tears their wall down for even a second.
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    • It really is insane when you finally get corrective lenses. When I got mine at 16 for the first time it was like going from 320p to HD. I remember being able to see every pore on everyone’s faces. It was insane the difference
      Neptune3 6 aug
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    • It's a show of perspective seeing how something as small as seeing color can mean the world to someone. Humans overcomplicate their problems
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    • Imagine having a loyal ass colorblind war vet finally get to see the Am. flag in color after like 80 years and when he finally sees it he goes "shit its kinda ugly" (not saying it is)
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    • I didn’t know glasses can fix color blindness, that’s pretty cool
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    • I think it would be cool to go through your photos after you get those glasses, get a chance to see what it really looked liked at some of the most important moments in your life
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    • The military loves to use colorblind people as elite snipers, cause they’re so used to trying to make out the different hues of green that they can spot enemy camouflage easier
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    • kinda want to know what colors did he see on an American flag before he got the glasses
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    • Fuck yeah america
      EVA05 7 aug
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    • We take so many things for granted without even thinking about it. These vids are always very touching
      Rubikon 7 aug
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    • You all do realize that being colorblind doesn’t mean you see black and white right? I’m colorblind and I can see the American flag perfectly other than the blues aren’t as good, or so im told
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    • I’m colorblind, I’m telling you, it’d be cool to see color, but I’d never cry
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    • God bless America. That shit brought tears to my eyes.
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    • God bro who tf is cutting onions
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    • yall need to stop talking shit to this dude
      billi109 7 aug
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    • Okay Jesus fuck, no they don't work for all color blindness. They aren't a fucking cure, it a corrector. It helps people see the colors they're supposed to such as red instead of brown or blue instead of grey
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    • A real fucking American. bless up
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    • Now THIS is real content
      Kirix22 7 aug
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    • First thing you should do is take him to a black and white movie without telling him
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    • You know your American when the first thing in color you ever see is an American flag
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    • The glasses don't let you see color. They just help you distinguish colors when you have red-green or blue-yellow color blindness. If you have full color blindness, they do nothing. The idea that they magically give you full color vision is a marketing sham
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    • Who put this wholesome shit here? 😭 MURICA FUCK YEA
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    • I know the USA has a shitton of problems, but this is home, and I love my home.
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    • *cries in American*
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    • Could you imagine having like, Hardcore color blindness? Like the kind where you actually just see shades of grey? And like, You put on these glasses, And see skin color for the first time? Or like, Saw your wife/gf in color for the first time? Crazy shit.
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    • ay who the fuck cuttin onions in here
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    • My body was trying to balance between trying not to cry and trying not to choke on burrito from that
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    • There was a kid who sat next to me in Biology. Couldn't see orange, and we were taking a final. One of the important notes we needed was handed out to us, written on an orange slip of paper. I had to write it down for him and the teacher came up behind me. Asking what I was doing. I almost shitted.
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    • that's not how that works....
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    • I thought colorblind pol couldnt be firefighters cuz the cant see the layers of the fire.(still cool tho)
      tocaboca 11 aug
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    • Ehhh I bought a pair, they make everything look prettier but I dont think they were worth the $365, I have severe red/green colorblindness
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    • Imagine loving the flag as much as him without even seeing it’s colors for more than twenty years. This shit must’ve blown his mind
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    • Damn I want to do something that nice for someone one day.
      EpikArik 7 aug
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    • I dont think hes crying because he can see the american flag, i think hes crying because he can finally see colors
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    • I shit you not, the most colorblind people I’ve ever met were military, cops, firefighters etc. i think colorblindness makes you wanna be badass
      BiLyfe 7 aug
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    • My father is a firefighter and lemme tell you his coworkers are some of the most wholesome and incredible people you will ever meet
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    • A true patriot god I love this country
      Gee_ 7 aug
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    • This shit good
      DjShrode 7 aug
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    • We should make these into contacts
      bruh7118 7 aug
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    • That’s a badass and a true American. “The first thing I want to see in color is the American flag.” Fuck yeah
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    • GOD BLESS AMERICA
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    • This that real shit happy-sad moment
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    • Ok I just want to point this out firefighters have this bond that you just don’t see in a lot of places and this is something I’ve seen growing with a firefighter as a dad and they just bond to the point that you would literally go into a burning building with them
      jbpeace 7 aug
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    • I'm Canadian and I cried
      Jodes 7 aug
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    • Dude I feel that I’m color blind and it was amazing when my parents got me those as a birthday present
      AMC2004 7 aug
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    • They need to make a contact version of those glasses...
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    • God bless the United motherfucking States of America
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    • Guys we could all see different colors but everyone is different so each color we are taught is the color everyone else thinks it is. So many of us could know a color but it look different to another person making it infinite on what colors are seen by different people. Make sense? No, good
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    • This is really awesome but on a side note, are you allowed to have such a job like that if you are colorblind? Wouldn't you need to see colors like if you happened to be the truck driver or something
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    • So people realize that being color blind. Doest make you blind to color
      dumbytnt 6 aug
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    • That’s right that flag can make a grown man cry
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    • Very wholesome (cries in American).
      spotkill 6 aug
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    • 🇺🇸God Bless America 🇺🇸
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    • Urghh these damn conservatives and there * shuffles deck * respect for our country and inclination for service
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    • Me and my friends did this for a mutual friend. We showed up at his house before he got home and when we gave them to him we threw a bunch of colored rainbows at him.
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    • My sisters and I pitched in and got some for our dad. He couldn't stop saying "the trees" for about 5 minutes. He couldn't believe what he thought was green before was so bland haha
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    • Such a proud American that he wanted his first colors to be the good old red white and blue. A bald eagle has no doubt shed a tear somewhere.
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    • I ain’t even an American and I’m crying
      Empirum 6 aug
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    • Plot twist: he can only see red white and blue
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    • First thing when he wanted to see in color was the greatest goddamn flag out. That’s fuckin Mercian right there.
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    • Why can't more people in the world be this kind and generous and considerate? These people are true heroes, they set an example.
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    • This happens to everyone who tries on prescription glasses for the first time
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    • Wait till you see the fire, you won't want to put it out
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    • We (me, my mother, and my sister) got my stepdad a pair of those glasses for Christmas and he walked outside and put them on and cried it was a weird experience because he is 6' 5 and hes a massive guy scary guy
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    • I’ve taken the test for Enchroma Glasses (The ones in the video)....I’m too color blind they would make no difference 😔
      Pyr0_X8 8 aug
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    • What does fire look like without color?
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    • Let’s all just be happy for a moment
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    • Isn’t it wild that technology has advanced so far that we can correct color blindness
      EddxBoi 7 aug
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    • When I say I cried I mean every tear possible left my body
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    • This is wholesome as fuck, I love this
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    • My roommate is red-green (both appear brown) and blue-purple (both appear grey) color blind so he can basically only see yellow, and the right shades of orange and pink. We talked about getting him these glasses but he says he doesn’t want them because then he will know what he’s missing.
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    • I love seeing videos like this they make me cry
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    • Wholesome
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    • What color wire do I cut? I see grey, dark grey, light grey?
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    • When will these fucking morons learn colorblind doesn’t mean you see gray lol.
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    • Unfortunately I have to say that this is definitely fake. Even on their website they say that it takes like 20-30 minutes at least for them to start working.
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    • Spencer: * cry’s in patriot *
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    • Would be nice to hear. Instead of shitty music
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    • A friend of mine is color blind and he got a pair of those- he kept pointing out colors to me when he put them on, he was so excited
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    • Honestly im waiting for the day that they somehow find a way to make these into contacts too like that'd be cool imo
      kazekami 7 aug
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    • Honestly, I would be happy for people if these types of glasses were prescribed. There are many work enviroments that use colors as warning. Granted, most warnings have words too, but the bright threatening colors help them stick out so much more
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    • Someone should turn these into contact lenses
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    • Can someone let me in on the logistics? I get that he sees color, but how do they know it's red for sure? They can't just go off the word of the person who doesn't know what colors are right?
      Idanny 7 aug
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