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I highly disagree. Sly Fox is so cool he gives me high fives when he sees me, and he was in Sir Charles' famous Taco Bell commercial during Super Bowl XLIV.

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I like Sly too, but it seems they are discarding everything that made me a fan why not pick a mascot that sucks to go with a logo that suck.

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My friend used to be Bucky The Bronco at Santa Clara University basketball and soccer games. They didn't pay him nearly enough for all the abuse he took at the hands of little kids. They're vicious monsters those brats. :shocked:

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My friend used to be Bucky The Bronco at Santa Clara University basketball and soccer games. They didn't pay him nearly enough for all the abuse he took at the hands of little kids. They're vicious monsters those brats. :shocked:

THIS.

I made the mistake of going into a section filled with girl scouts at a football game once. My costume had a big feather tail, and the pants were a bit big, so it was a bit hard to keep them up under normal conditions. Then the girl scouts started pulling on my tail and clinging to my legs. I was lucky to get out of their without getting pantsed.

Also, another time I was handing out small gifts to 7th and 8th graders. I had a plastic shopping bag, and I would open it so they could get a goodie (they were like pens and notepads and key rings) The greedy little brats all went for the bag at the same time, and about 10 of them had their hands in it. Plastic shopping bags aren't made to support that kind of pressure, so the handles started to stretch. Thankfully, the bag hit empty just before the handles broke.

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