In the '90s and 2000s, every shady talk show in America brought misbehaving children on air to scare them with a guy in a military uniform. In this episode, which is resurfacing and making its rounds more than a decade later, a little boy successfully stops a drill sergeant in his tracks with two little words
Meet Colin, a 10-year-old boy with a social disorder similar to Asperger syndrome who wasn't excited about celebrating his 11th birthday because he didn't have any friends. That's when his mom took to Facebook looking for supportive words to pass along to him. Two millions fans later, Colin is receiving more letters and presents than his mailbox can hold.
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