Pez passed by Jerry Jones at HOF so of course Pez said Hail to the Redskins (not very loud just normal voice) and Jerry Jones flipped him off! LOL
If there is music playing see if you can find who is in charge of playing the music and slip them a copy of HTTR.
"Ladies and gentlemen, before we get started I would like to recognize a very special person in attendance tonight. He has set the NFL on fire and is without question the best quarterback in the NFC East, arguably the entire NFL. Ladies and gentlemen, please help me welcome number 10 himself... ROBERT... GRIFFIN... THE 3RD!"
Wait for the light to hit him as you gesture in his direction and then, graciously of course , say "Oh... Eli. Well, thanks for coming."
Then give a little "Go Skins" as you exit the stage!
Whatever you do, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE get it on video and post it here so we can all enjoy it together! HTTR!
Why not just say,
"Hey Peyton, you are such a great player. What's up with your brother being lucky as hell though? Anyway, seems his luck ran out when RG3 went to Washington. Love you in those commercials too Peyton... but Eli needs to work on that."
What would A World Without Lawyers be like?
You could wear one of these:
When you get to meet him, let your jacket fall open to reveal the logo as you shake his hand.
BURGUNDY AND GOLD IN THE 'VILLECerrato-Free Since 17 Dec 2009!!!
What? Not one Mara opportunist in the whole thread?
Just ask 'hey- aren't you Peyton's brother?'
Ask him how often he gets let out of his cage so that he can run and dig.
I respect-hate Eli. Whatever you do, make sure he knows that you're motivated by being a fan of a rival team (not just a jerk). He's got a sense of humor, by the way, even though he's not real open about it. I think that asking him to sign that picture would be perfect. Giving him the "drunk with Eli" book would be funny, but you should give it to him in person so he knows it's from a Skins fan.
A friend of mine, who actually is a Dolphins fan, passed by Don Shula in church once. He was ecstatic and asked, "Hey, aren't you..." At this point, there was an enormously annoyed look on Shula's face, so he finished the question "Joe Gibbs?"
"It is our true policy to steer clear of entangling alliances with any portion of the foreign world. The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible." George Washington.
"Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations,entangling alliances with none." Thomas Jefferson.
Tell him that you are a fan, then ask him how long the NYG's current rebuild is going to take.
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