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Old 12-10-2012   #94
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Default Re: Letterman Jackets

I was in and out of high school in two years and letter jackets were big in junior high. Jocks were a click that I got along with but did not hang with. Most were snobs and bullied others and those I usually would get into their faces which often proved dangerous... for me. Letter jackets were a symbol of that to me plus several girls let it be known they dated guys just to wear the jacket. Another turn off. I never wear anything or do something (hair, beards,'stache,etc) because another did it.

Having said that, these are just cool and I would wear one that identified me as a Texans fan. I don't want one that has a player's name or number.
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