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Last week, I told you about reader Mike Bryan, of Bethesda, Md., who asked if he could wear a Hot Clicks T-shirt around Indianapolis during the Final Four in hopes of picking up some perks. Here's his report.
"Jimmy, just wanted to give you a recap and some pics from this past weekend in Indy of my friend Glenn and I. First and foremost, the shirts were a big hit and everyone wanted to put a tally for their team, including Mateen Cleaves and Gary Williams. We were able to score free drinks from just about anyone and everyone we met, and we met quite a cast of characters. They ranged from a wonderful Butler professor to 'beaver girls' (the name of the bartenders at a place called the Wild Beaver, which was a pretty fun bar we went to, especially since they had an unlimited supply of peanuts) to a great Moroccan cab driver. We made sure to spread the message of Hot Clicks to all. In regards to who the best fans were, Butler clearly won the tally contest with 16, but West Virginia also had a strong first night as we ended up getting 10 drinks from them. Overall, it was an unbelievable weekend and thanks again for allowing us to represent Hot Clicks."
A) Tiger Woods coming out at Augusta with Jesse James as his caddie, or ...
B) Tiger in the final pairing, down by a stroke going to the 18th on Sunday, makes an eagle for the win. Drops his club, shows no emotion, walks over and high-fives Jesse James standing in the front row, and the two just walk off the course without saying a word to anyone.
Both would be the greatest moment in sports history, but I can't figure out which would be better. Help?"
In my opinion, it's easily choice No. 2. But let's have Hot Clicks Nation decide:
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