Football Game Programs
Posted by Red Neck Girl (+62) 8 years ago
I have arrived at both home football games right on time to be told they were out of programs. This happened to me last year too. Who does a person contact to mention this to and hopefully have more available in the future?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+14076) 8 years ago
IDK... but that person is probably listed in the front of the program.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
Contact CCDHS ... you know, the high school the Cowboys (the home team - the ones in blue and gold uniforms) represent. The school puts in the order to get the programs printed and would be the ones to talk to if there weren't enough by the time you got to the game.
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Posted by Bob Netherton II (+1907) 8 years ago
Maybe they hide'em when they see you coming.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
Rummage around under the bleachers ... a few always fall through the cracks. Sure, the one you get may be covered with nacho cheese and the random sunflower seed shell, but you should still be able to make out which player wears which number.
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Posted by Bill Zook (+487) 8 years ago
Which brings up a point: does Coca Cola still provide the programs for the football games?
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Posted by Chris Gamrath (+388) 8 years ago
Nice job Reed, a local fan who's supporting our team and attending the games to show their support, asks a legitimate question about who to contact to mention that more programs might be needed. You give not one, but two smarta** (or dumba**) answers. Very classy sir, very classy.

It would have been entirely too hard to say, "I think you'd need to contact the A.D. at the highschool so that they might let the printing company know." Sure that's if the highschool can afford to pay for more programs, but at least then you're HELPING one of our fans instead of mocking them. I'm really kind of surprised you didn't just tell them to "get there earlier" to go along with the fans who mentioned there isn't enough seating at Denton. It's really not that hard to give advice minus the sarcasam. Especially for OUR fans!
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Posted by David Schott (+14260) 8 years ago
Maybe the Key Club needs to start selling "premium" programs at the game. "Sorry we're all out of the free programs, but for a mere $3 you could get one of these Key Club Commemorative Edition programs. They are a real keepsake to be cherished for a lifetime or the duration of the game, whichever comes first."
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
Chris - I appreciate your concern.

Wait, that's not true. I don't.

The fact remains that it was a stupid question, the answer to which could have been found had the person asking it taken five seconds to think about it. Mayhap I hold our fans in higher regard than someone who believes that the the question was "legitimate."

I offered an honest and correct - if smart-assed - reply to the question asked (which I might add was more than you did, Mr. Helpful). But don't worry, Chris. If someone asks what the "MC" stands for in the Cowboys' logo, I'll humor them - and you - by letting you hold their proverbial hand. Sound like a deal?

Either way, worse things have happened than my little joke.

Grow a f**king sense of humor, will you?
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
And Chris?

I will not sit idly by while anyone - least of all you - tries to tell me that discarded programs are NOT a magnet for nacho cheese. It is known.

Have you no sense of decency, sir?
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Posted by Vince (+222) 8 years ago
Brian
I don't know you. I am not sorry about that. You are a pain in the ASS. I have a sense of humor.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
I like your children's book, Vince. Keep up the good work.
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Posted by Mrs. M (+713) 8 years ago
Okay,if you guys are done call Mr. Schrieber at the high school. He is the activites director.
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Posted by Chris Gamrath (+388) 8 years ago
I stand humbled Brian. I now have no doubt that you know nacho cheese and everything that may be associated with it, and whatever it may or may not do under the bleachers. I yield to your knowledge sir. Never again will I challenee your authority on the cheese.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
You are wise, Chris. Cheese be my thang, yo.
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Posted by Red Neck Girl (+62) 8 years ago
I don't like nacho cheese, especially from someone's spilled food, I do have a sense of humor, I appreciate sarcasm, I don't mind paying $5 to see the Cowboys kick some a** (yes, they are the team in the blue in gold), and perhaps my initial post in this thread could have been a bit more appropriate for this forum. . . . something like, "HEY! PRINT MORE FOOTBALL PROGRAMS!! I LOVE OUR TEAM AND WANT TO KNOW WHO IS WHO!!!!" The End.
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Posted by Bridgier (+8278) 8 years ago
The programs are mostly lies anyways.
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Posted by Brian A. Reed (+6016) 8 years ago
And there it is.
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