The paper bag trend

Photo credit: Greg Rajan of the Corpus Christi Caller Times

Greg Rajan of the Caller-Times (blog section for Nov. 23) writes:

Yes, that is a Laredo fan wearing a bag on his head at Monday’s game against Rio Grande Valley. Who would’ve ever imagined seeing that during the Bucks’ run of dominance since their inception? I took that picture after Laredo went up 3-0 tonight. I couldn’t believe the game ops people kept flashing the bag man on the video board during the game.

Unfortunately, it was also noted how empty the LEA was. Is this how Laredo Proud is interpreted? Of course not, this guy was just modeling the new fashion trend that my Fregado family started last year – HA!

My almost step-kids, los Fregaditos

My wacky parents, Mr. & Mrs. Fregados and my 95 lbs puppy, el Fregon

(if you must know, we were shooting a little video “anonymously” last year for a contest. I have very patient friends and relatives.)

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2 Responses to The paper bag trend

  1. ChuckO says:

    The Photog hit it on the head. What did the ops people have in mind giving him, the bag man, prominence. He should have been ridden out of the arena on a pole. I wanted to do that but thought he would just go away. He stayed with the bag through the Bucks win 5-3. Imagine that!Q

  2. rick78 says:

    Was doing the same when watching the Texans and Boys lose.

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