Discussion in 'Football' started by GTg8r, Aug 3, 2019.
Bigcry coming with a vengeance on this one.
I did. I then shat it out and you can eat that.
Hey look i got 1 like. Suck on that.
The CHOA stuff deserves its own thread. Besides, as someone else pointed out (and mentioned in the official announcement) it's not the blue alternate.
Maybe @ThisIsAtlanta can work his thread-carving craft
That’s the one I was looking for!
Idea: Children's does a drawing contest among the patients. Winner is the logo. Plastered on helmets. Marketed for logo release week of game to remind people why we're doing it.
This > Buzz
GREETINGS. I am Baymax, your personal healthcare assistant. Do you require pass protection?
This wouldn't surprise me. Justin Thomas (the golfer, not JT5) wore shoes designed by children from St. Jude in a golf tournament a few weeks ago.
Somebody get this to CGC.
Better yet, don't have a winner. Let the kids draw logos and everybody have a different logo on one side of the helmet, and the same Superman/CHOA logo on the other side. We'll have a ton of guys dressed out for home game, so we can get a ton of kids logos on there. It isn't hard to scan an image and cut a decal with a vinyl plotter.
Not all heroes wear capes.
These are the heroes we don't deserve, but the ones we need right now.
Might very well be true, but I have no doubt they could gather a small group as representatives.
If need be they could ride in the Wreck onto the field.
But I just think it would be better for the kids (the real superhero focus) to wear the capes - not the players.
Hopefully any capes will be tear-away type.
What logo are you talking about?
Sounds like a Boaty McBoatface situation
Are we allowed to play in capes? We could let UNC design argyle capes by Alexander Julian to wear.
Takes a long time to import these from some sweatshop in a communist country...or maybe it takes longer to get the numbers aligned.
per rules, can team have different logos amongst the team?
IDK, just wondering.