@xzibit: Father's Day, for me is everyday. I became a father at the age of 19. Now, at that age along with a definite lack of maturity you can only do 2 things when it comes to being a father. 1.rise to the occasion and sacrifice for the safety and stability of your child. Or 2. Fail miserably. I have had a wonderful time being a father. My son Tremayne just graduated from high school and today, my lil one just turned 3. Im a lil older, a lil wiser, and always told my oldest we "grew up" together. I also say kids are like pancakes, you always fuck the first one up. Lol. That being said Happy Father's Day to those of us that are really involved in the everyday lives of those who love us the most, our children. Run TO your responsibilities, NOT away from them. There is nothing more powerful than seeing your children go out into the world with your lessons and guidance, and succeed.