In Hawaii and standing in line at the Gazebo restaurant this morning (Napili, Maui) a group of very nice young ladies in church dresses came and stood behind us in line. After a few minutes, a bald guy in his late 30’s, early 40’s, standing with them noticed my Lincoln Riley visor and started chatting us up.
Turns out he’s an assistant A.D. at BYU and he’s there with their women’s golf team for a tournament. During our conversation this is what I learned:
BYU students don’t want you in the BIG 12, but BYU administration wants you to be badly (at least he does).
You have jealousy issues.
BYU will not play games on Sunday.
You’re the mean ones.
After breakfast, we wished them luck and told them “Fight On, and Beat the Ruins” as they’re there too. I’ve noticed a disproportionate amount of BYU men are bald. I wanted to ask why but family was with me.
We are very jealous of BYU. Being 14-4 in football against them in the last 20 years and having an athletic program and an academic program consistently ranked ahead of them for that same amount of time has really created an inferiority complex amongst our fans.
However, bald men tend to be alphas. Guys who wear tennis visors un-ironically usually run around screaming if a bee lands by them. Present company excluded I’m sure.
Not a hat or visor guy myself but a visor looks better on a smaller head because you don’t get that funny looking crease in the back that you get on snap backs. Can solve that with a fitted/stretch hat.
I’m also highly allergic. I had to drive to Pomona to get shots to build immunity as a kid. Driving to Pomona in the late 80s and early 90s you had to dodge shots to get shots. Rocker really proving the lack of empathy that Zoobs was talking about.
Speaking of bees - this is a tree out front of our place in Santa Clara UT. Turn up the volume but the tree is filled with thousands of bees - sounds like electricity (or electricity sounds like thousands of bees).