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Random Aside

A somewhat interesting, tangentially related story from my friend Steve.

He spent part of last weekend at the California 500 or whatever the auto race is called in Fontana, California.  One of his friends had access to a posh luxury suite and there was no way they were going to pass up on that opportunity so there they were.

Anyway, at one point former Navy legend and Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach strolls into the suite.  It was a pretty exciting moment, so they talked to him and whatnot.  Well, as often happens with athletes and celebrities some autograph requests are made and Staubach obliges.  But one of the friends had an unusual request: to have his beer can signed.

Staubach was a bit confused by the thing, but signed it, admitting he'd never been asked to sign a beer can before.

Yeah I don't know.  But I thought it was funny.

And it's about a former Heisman Trophy winner, so I thought I'd share. 

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Cool Story Hansel
September 6, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterAdam

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