By the way....do some investigating and find out the EXACT percentages of CASH that charities keep, as opposed to the amounts actually handed out to the needy.....when you discover the numbers, you'll never again have any desire to give to another charity as long as you live......(that's right, you're better off actually handing money over in person to the needy....this way you know your money is truly helping, and not going into a CEO's POCKET) BOOM!!!!
Hey ES just wanted to weigh in…
First let me apologize if some took our original message as a bit extreme or elitist, I can certainly understand how someone might have done so. All we really wanted to do was inform the (Redskins) community that this individual is out there and he is not a part of us. We can’t (and never would) stop a fan from dressing up, as someone already said…imitation is the greatest form of flattery. But please understand we received numerous emails and phone calls about this individuals’ behavior (who thought it was us) and I hope you can understand why we wanted to make sure our fellow fans knew that wasn’t us and that’s not what we are about. First and foremost we are honored to be a part of the 12th man at FedEx and are fans just like you.
Last edited by danOette; October-9th-2009 at 11:06 AM.
Might I suggest you modify your initial announcement to include that any person feeling they are being abused or harrassed by this individual, that they inform the nearest security person or the police directly instead of contacting the hoggettes on your website or through email.
If the "rumors" of this individuals actions are, indeed, true. Then contacting the Hoggettes shouldn't be on the radar until well after local law enforcements have been involved.
Just a friendly tip!
OMG! I think I met him at the tailgate.
He was drunk and he smelled like day old fish.
He kept saying (in front of my 70 year old grandmother) that he wanted us to hook him up with "a nasty Senorita that could suck the chrome off a trailer hitch". Then he'd laugh and wink at her.
He also grabbed, without asking, a mess of barbecued spare ribs and threw the bones up in the air while yelling "Geronimo!
My buddy was ready to clobber him but I said "Hey, this guys a Hoggette. Show some respect."
Then he said "Damn right! You young fellas better respect the rank".
After that he asked if he could borrow 20 bucks. When we declined he stumbled off mumbling "Ungrateful little bastards."
Little did I know he was an apparent imposter. .
Last edited by VetMinimum+Incentives; October-9th-2009 at 11:37 AM.
Last edited by InsaneBoost; October-9th-2009 at 11:33 AM.
These guys devote so much of their time to help folks in need, demanding nothing in return and you slam them? In my opinion anybody who devotes time or money to charity work should be commended...
When you accomplish half of what they do for this area, then maybe you can talk...
oh yeah .... BOOM!!!
Last edited by pez; October-9th-2009 at 11:52 AM.
I can't get the image out of my head of Dan Akroyd in that Santa costume from Trading Places. The scene where he is drunk and stuffing buffet food into his costume with his beard falling off.
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