WASHINGTON - AUGUST 13: White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs speaks during a daily briefing at the White House on August 13, 2010 in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama has signed the Southwest Border Security Bill into law earlier in the Oval Office. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
On Thursday, we made recognition of White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs Tweeting about your Dallas Cowboys--namely, the fact that they are not scheduled to wear their blue road-jerseys, which some folks believe are cursed, in 2010.
“Good news for Dallas Cowboys - no cursed blue jerseys in 2010 (thank you Redskins)” Gibbs Tweeted. “[A]nyone have stats on blue v. white?”
Indeed, they will not wear the blue jerseys in 2010--unless they make the playoffs and are obliged to do so; but you already knew that, faithful reader, because you read the blog yesterday. The lingering question for us here at Blue-Star was, judging by the aforementioned Tweet, is Gibbsy a ‘Boys fan or a ‘Skins fan?
Lucky for us, NBCDFW’s Omar Villafranca has friends in high places--namely the White House.
Gibbs is, by his own description, "a lifelong Cowboys fan." He “wanted to be Roger Staubach when [he] was young, cried when he retired.” And he has “successfully made [his] 7-year-old a Cowboys fan in Washington, DC"
Mystery solved--and kudos to you Mr. Secretary. Kudos.
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