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greg63
10-20-2005, 01:39 AM
You see them on TV, in person and cheering the loudest, not to mention their charity involvement. Now here's your chance to vote for your favorite "Superfan"

http://www.kcsuperfans.com/

Count Zarth
10-20-2005, 01:41 AM
Arrowman. The first one I knew of and still the best. He must have spent a fortune on opposing jerseys over the years.

greg63
10-20-2005, 01:43 AM
I gotta go with Weird Wolf.

greg63
10-20-2005, 01:45 AM
Arrowman. The first one I knew of and still the best. He must have spent a fortune on opposing jerseys over the years.

ROFL True, I like Weird Wolfs look though.

tk13
10-20-2005, 01:45 AM
I gotta go with Skip Towne. He can leap tall noobs and install satellites in a single bound.

greg63
10-20-2005, 01:46 AM
I gotta go with Skip Towne. He can leap tall noobs and install satellites in a single bound.

ROFLROFLROFLROFL

Saggysack
10-20-2005, 01:55 AM
arrowman

OldTownChief
10-20-2005, 05:08 AM
FDE is da man.

Sully
10-20-2005, 05:58 AM
Anyone who DOESN'T wear makeup or an outfit which makes him/ her look like a Raiders fan who happens to be wearing red.

philfree
10-20-2005, 06:02 AM
You left out Belly Boy. Isn't he considered a Superfan?

PhilFree:arrow

cadmonkey
10-20-2005, 06:57 AM
Arrowman. The first one I knew of and still the best. He must have spent a fortune on opposing jerseys over the years.


This kinda reminds me of this guy that sits near me at the Patriots games. He is known as Pittsburgh, and routes against the Pats every single game. He has had season tickets for close to 35 years. He wears an old school yellow Pittsburgh Pirates batting helmet, and is now close to 60 years old.

We have a theory that he must have lost A LOT of money (like his house, wife and kids) at one time and hated them ever since. People used to get pissed off when he would cheer for the other team but now its just part our section.

Dartgod
10-20-2005, 07:03 AM
I had to go with FDE because I was partly responsible for his creation. In fact, and Stevie will have to verify this because I don't remember exactly, but I think I came up with the name of First Down Elvis.

MOhillbilly
10-20-2005, 07:05 AM
FDE-far and away combines Elvis & Kansas City Chiefs Football.....doesnt get better than that.

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 07:12 AM
You left out Belly Boy. Isn't he considered a Superfan?

PhilFree:arrow

No, he's not a super fan. Have you ever met the dude? These guys spend their time going to Childrens Mercy hospital, charity events being around kids. I don't think I've ever seen the dude when he wasn't drunk. Not that Lynn, Stevieray etc are angels or don't get drunk theirselfs but they do present theirselfs in a positive fashion when they are in public.

The anti-belly boy

philfree
10-20-2005, 07:19 AM
No, he's not a super fan. Have you ever met the dude? These guys spend their time going to Childrens Mercy hospital, charity events being around kids. I don't think I've ever seen the dude when he wasn't drunk. Not that Lynn, Stevieray etc are angels or don't get drunk theirselfs but they do present theirselfs in a positive fashion when they are in public.

The anti-belly boy

I've never met Belly Boy but it was really meant in jest. I voted for FDE FWIW.

PhilFree:arrow:

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 07:20 AM
No, he's not a super fan. Have you ever met the dude? These guys spend their time going to Childrens Mercy hospital, charity events being around kids. I don't think I've ever seen the dude when he wasn't drunk. Not that Lynn, Stevieray etc are angels or don't get drunk theirselfs but they do present theirselfs in a positive fashion when they are in public.

The anti-belly boy

Disclaimer.............I have met all the Superfans in social gatherings several times. Had lengthy conversations with all of them. I have only saw belly boy at Chief games so maybe I'm being harsh on the dude.

chief52
10-20-2005, 07:27 AM
I've got to go with First Down Elvis! I was lucky enough to meet him at the Eagle game. Great guy.

P.S. Phobia and Nzoner...thanks again for sharing your tail gate with us. :clap:

Otter
10-20-2005, 07:34 AM
When Wierdwolf could do the Billy Idol lip it will be a tie, till then it's FDE.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 07:49 AM
Damn. I didn't know Red Extreme had no votes or I'd have dropped him one. Dude has a 16" Arrowhead tat on his back and an arrowhead tat on the back of his head. That's hardcore. I'm slightly biased as I presume most of this board is towards FDE. He got my vote though I really like Arrowman's costume and WW's schtick.

|Zach|
10-20-2005, 07:51 AM
Onion head man.

Duh.

http://www.antcreations.co.uk/cartoons-picklehead.jpg

Phobia
10-20-2005, 07:53 AM
FWIW, FDE's costume(s) is 100% homemade. His wife Rana does a killer job on them. I've no idea how much time she puts into each one, but they are impressive.

Also FWIW, we'll have a FDE original painting of Joe Delaney up for auction on the board this week. He's an all around talented guy.

philfree
10-20-2005, 08:00 AM
Damn. I didn't know Red Extreme had no votes or I'd have dropped him one. Dude has a 16" Arrowhead tat on his back and an arrowhead tat on the back of his head. That's hardcore. I'm slightly biased as I presume most of this board is towards FDE. He got my vote though I really like Arrowman's costume and WW's schtick.

Seems Arrowman has been around the longest.

PhilFree:arrow:

Dartgod
10-20-2005, 08:18 AM
Dude has a 16" Arrowhead tat on his back and an arrowhead tat on the back of his head. That's hardcore.
Did you tell him about www.nepachiefs.com (http://www.nepachiefs.com), bro?

xfactor
10-20-2005, 09:32 AM
It should never come down to who is a better Superfan, cause we are a team and no one is any better than the other. Arguements could be made all day long on this topic, but the simple fact is that we all work together to move mountains in our communities!!! Each Superfan is a better fan in some aspect but that is not what it's about. With all our positive attributes coming together as 1, that is the ultimate SUPERFAN. There is no I in team and that is what this group is totally all about.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 09:55 AM
That's nice, X. I'm getting all weepy.

But, the question was "Who is YOUR favorite?"

KC Dan
10-20-2005, 10:08 AM
They are all overrated!




















ROFL

Predarat
10-20-2005, 10:15 AM
Thats a tough choice between Arrowman and First Down Elvis.

HemiEd
10-20-2005, 10:22 AM
I get a heck of a grin out of all of them. Stevie Ray gets my vote though, I have more info on him. He likes old cars, that is good.

go bowe
10-20-2005, 11:41 AM
yo X,

the idea of combining the superfans into one group was brilliant...

all of you guys deserve our admiration for your efforts to bring a little bit of chiefs football, some fun and a whole lot of enthuiasm to people of all ages...

i'm particularly imressed by the work that you do with the elderly and with schoolchildren...

i, for one, am damned proud of all of you...

but, while no one suprefan is "better" than the others, stevie ray is da man!! PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 11:55 AM
but, while no one suprefan is "better" than the others, stevie ray is da man!! PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ PBJ

You homer.:rolleyes:

Rain Man
10-20-2005, 12:02 PM
I think the NFL should outlaw superfans. When they get into the stadium, they should just hand the ticket to the ticket guy, and go to their seats. As a coach once said, "Act like you've been there before."

greg63
10-20-2005, 12:04 PM
It should never come down to who is a better Superfan, cause we are a team and no one is any better than the other. Arguements could be made all day long on this topic, but the simple fact is that we all work together to move mountains in our communities!!! Each Superfan is a better fan in some aspect but that is not what it's about. With all our positive attributes coming together as 1, that is the ultimate SUPERFAN. There is no I in team and that is what this group is totally all about.


Agreed X factor. I never meant for this to be a competion, and your right all of you guys make a great team. I like you all for the charity work you do, in my book that makes all of you #1. I like all of you as Great Chiefs fans as well.

greg63
10-20-2005, 12:17 PM
I think the NFL should outlaw superfans. When they get into the stadium, they should just hand the ticket to the ticket guy, and go to their seats. As a coach once said, "Act like you've been there before."
:D
I understand what your talking about, and if all they did was show up get drunk, and was obnoxious I might be inclined to agree with you. While I don't know them well enough, personally, to call them saints, I am impressed with their charity work. I have spoken with WW and RX and they are both quality individuals, as I'm sure the rest are as well.

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:19 PM
Charity work is great, and people can dress in red shirts and do the same stuff.
But does anyone else find it a little ironic that one of them spouts that there is no "I" in team, while he's known for going to games, training camp, etc and drawing all attention to himself, rather than the team?

Phobia
10-20-2005, 12:25 PM
Charity work is great, and people can dress in red shirts and do the same stuff.
But does anyone else find it a little ironic that one of them spouts that there is no "I" in team, while he's known for going to games, training camp, etc and drawing all attention to himself, rather than the team?

Make fun of their costumes, tights, capes, makeup, shoes, tats all you want but don't ever question their heart. These guys could charge appearance fees and supplement their incomes. In fact, I've advised them to do so many times - at LEAST cover the cost of their tickets, gas, and costumes. But they're doing this stuff for free. Who cares if some portion of their motivation is the attention the garner? We all enjoy personal attention.

Dave Lane
10-20-2005, 12:27 PM
I goota go with weirdwolf but FDE is a personal favorite.

Dave

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:29 PM
Whenere/ when did I question their heart?
The only problem I have is that they are hyped as these great Chiefs fans, simply because they dress pretty and get on TV. They were at my nephew's school, and he seemed to enjoy the hell out of it, he's on their calendar.
But,I just think it's funny that as the Raiders fans began to get noticed for their "costumes" suddenly we have all these Chiefs fans trying to go down the same road.

|Zach|
10-20-2005, 12:29 PM
We all enjoy personal attention.
I don't.

-Zach
Founder of ZachIsHere.com

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 12:30 PM
Make fun of their costumes, tights, capes, makeup, shoes, tats all you want but don't ever question their heart. These guys could charge appearance fees and supplement their incomes. In fact, I've advised them to do so many times - at LEAST cover the cost of their tickets, gas, and costumes. But they're doing this stuff for free. Who cares if some portion of their motivation is the attention the garner? We all enjoy personal attention.

Yep, nail/head there. They are working hard to help others for no monetary gain. They are to be commended for their work. You can keep your opinion of their outfits to yourself. These guys rock. I'm for more Chief fans being like them. As Chief fans we could make a bigger difference in our communities than we do. Get together talk Chiefs and raise money for charity? Count me in every time.:clap:

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:35 PM
You guys are getting pretty defensive simply because I think the dressing in a costume is stupid. I clearly have not denigrated the fast that they do charity work.
I realize I'm new here, and I am honestly not trying to start a fight... it's just not my priority.
But i HAVE seen enough of at least one of these guys doing all he can to pose and get on camera, rather than watching the happenings on the field, that I don't categorize them so mauch as "SuperFans" as "SuperModels."

jynni
10-20-2005, 12:37 PM
It should never come down to who is a better Superfan, cause we are a team and no one is any better than the other. Arguements could be made all day long on this topic, but the simple fact is that we all work together to move mountains in our communities!!! Each Superfan is a better fan in some aspect but that is not what it's about. With all our positive attributes coming together as 1, that is the ultimate SUPERFAN. There is no I in team and that is what this group is totally all about.
A few years ago, Xfactor loaned me a sharpie when I was over two hours late to a Priest Holmes autograph session at the Fox and the Hound.

I had finally sweet talked my way through the agent/pr & bodyguard guy when I realized that I had no sharpie. Xfactor saved the day!

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 12:41 PM
You guys are getting pretty defensive simply because I think the dressing in a costume is stupid. I clearly have not denigrated the fast that they do charity work.
I realize I'm new here, and I am honestly not trying to start a fight... it's just not my priority.
But i HAVE seen enough of at least one of these guys doing all he can to pose and get on camera, rather than watching the happenings on the field, that I don't categorize them so mauch as "SuperFans" as "SuperModels."

You just can't let it go can you? These are our pals/buds/friends. You are a n00b coming in here making fun of them. Sorry but I won't stand idly by and let you insult long time posters here. You have a right to your opinion about their costumes but since you are a n00b it would be in your best interest to keep it to yourself.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 12:42 PM
You guys are getting pretty defensive simply because I think the dressing in a costume is stupid. I clearly have not denigrated the fast that they do charity work.
I realize I'm new here, and I am honestly not trying to start a fight... it's just not my priority.
But i HAVE seen enough of at least one of these guys doing all he can to pose and get on camera, rather than watching the happenings on the field, that I don't categorize them so mauch as "SuperFans" as "SuperModels."

We don't care if you're new. You can talk shit on anybody you want, even me. Express your opinion freely. My point was that these guys are doing a lot of good for the community with little personal gain. It's not all about camera time for them.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 12:43 PM
You just can't let it go can you? These are our pals/buds/friends. You are a n00b coming in here making fun of them. Sorry but I won't stand idly by and let you insult long time posters here. You have a right to your opinion about their costumes but since you are a n00b it would be in your best interest to keep it to yourself.

I disagree. I think everybody should be able to share their opinion freely. But I'm a complete idiot anyway. I probably don't know what I'm talking about.

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:43 PM
I'm sorry I hurt your feelings Big Red.
How long must I post on your BB before I can have an opinion?

Chiefs_Mike_Topeka
10-20-2005, 12:45 PM
Charity work is great, and people can dress in red shirts and do the same stuff.
But does anyone else find it a little ironic that one of them spouts that there is no "I" in team, while he's known for going to games, training camp, etc and drawing all attention to himself, rather than the team?

I agree completely....... just because you dress up, act like a fool, or slap on pounds of paint doesn't make you a better fan then me or anyone else that dies with each Chiefs loss. So to call them "superfans" is an insult to every other fan.

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:47 PM
I agree completely....... just because you dress up, act like a fool, or slap on pounds of paint doesn't make you a better fan then me or anyone else that dies with each Chiefs loss. So to call them "superfans" is an insult to every other fan.

I think this may make my point a little better than I did.

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 12:47 PM
I'm sorry I hurt your feelings Big Red.
How long must I post on your BB before I can have an opinion?

You have an opinion. I have my opinion. We voice those opinions. Just because I've been here longer doesn't make my opinion any more valued than yours. that being said...I'd like to say one more thing.........I agree Phobia is a numbskull :p

Sully
10-20-2005, 12:49 PM
LOL...
One thing I KNOW I'm too new to know is who is free game to talk sh*t on around here.

Dartgod
10-20-2005, 12:51 PM
I agree completely....... just because you dress up, act like a fool, or slap on pounds of paint doesn't make you a better fan then me or anyone else that dies with each Chiefs loss. So to call them "superfans" is an insult to every other fan.
I don't think so. I've had season tickets for over 15 years and I'm not the least bit insulted.

Dartgod
10-20-2005, 12:52 PM
LOL...
One think I KNOW I'm too new to know is who is free game to talk sh*t on around here.
Could we get a translator please?

TommyKat?

Phobia
10-20-2005, 12:53 PM
I agree completely....... just because you dress up, act like a fool, or slap on pounds of paint doesn't make you a better fan then me or anyone else that dies with each Chiefs loss. So to call them "superfans" is an insult to every other fan.

Do you spend hundreds of dollars out of your own pocket for a costume on gameday? Do you devote your entire weekends to charity promotions to benefit the local community? These guys work their asses off for very little personal benefit. I know each of them personally and they're a goofy crew. Yeah, some of their may costumes suck. Some of them may think that they're leading the crowd in cheers and we couldn't figure out the appropriate time to get loud without their expertise...

But all their faults are vastly outweighed by their selflessness. They are in every sense of the word "Superfans" and I love each one of them. It doesn't have anything to with you or I. It's not a competition. They're doing the right thing. Trust me on that.

jynni
10-20-2005, 12:55 PM
I don't think so. I've had season tickets for over 15 years and I'm not the least bit insulted.
Of course not - we already know you're a real fan. King Carl said so! :p

Dartgod
10-20-2005, 12:56 PM
Of course not - we already know you're a real fan. King Carl said so! :pYeah, Real > Super

Saulbadguy
10-20-2005, 12:58 PM
FDE. He taught me how to throw a football. Albeit, poorly.

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 12:59 PM
Do you spend hundreds of dollars out of your own pocket for a costume on gameday? Do you devote your entire weekends to charity promotions to benefit the local community? These guys work their asses off for very little personal benefit. I know each of them personally and they're a goofy crew. Yeah, some of their may costumes suck. Some of them may think that they're leading the crowd in cheers and we couldn't figure out the appropriate time to get loud without their expertise...

But all their faults are vastly outweighed by their selflessness. They are in every sense of the word "Superfans" and I love each one of them. It doesn't have anything to with you or I. It's not a competition. They're doing the right thing. Trust me on that.

Thats all I was trying to say. I guess even a numbskull gets a coherent thought every once in a while.

It's all about trying to do the right thing instead of sitting on the sidelines.

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 12:59 PM
FDE. He taught me how to throw a football. Albeit, poorly.

I though you were one of the noodle arms?

MOhillbilly
10-20-2005, 12:59 PM
Do you spend hundreds of dollars out of your own pocket for a costume on gameday? Do you devote your entire weekends to charity promotions to benefit the local community? These guys work their asses off for very little personal benefit. I know each of them personally and they're a goofy crew. Yeah, some of their may costumes suck. Some of them may think that they're leading the crowd in cheers and we couldn't figure out the appropriate time to get loud without their expertise...

But all their faults are vastly outweighed by their selflessness. They are in every sense of the word "Superfans" and I love each one of them. It doesn't have anything to with you or I. It's not a competition. They're doing the right thing. Trust me on that.

YEAH! and ill stab anybody at the SD game that thinks diffrent.






















J/K

well said dude.
bottom line is those guys have a style all there own and should get all the props we can give em.

Rain Man
10-20-2005, 01:13 PM
Our forefathers fought for people's rights to be superfans. It's their American duty to be superfans.

xfactor
10-20-2005, 01:32 PM
Thanks Big Red and Phobia for your comments. You both know what is trying to be accomplished by this group. It totally has nothing to do with being on TV, I personally have no clue usually when we are being filmed and could care less. I believe that I speak for the whole group that we could really care less, yes there are times when the cameras approach us and we play for the crowd at home. We spend all our free time trying to help kids and the less fortunate. It costs alot of money and we donate everything we get to back to the community. It is our second job where we don't make a dime. Our payment is the smiles we bring to the kids and adults that we help out. A huge thank you to everyone that gives up their free time to help out the community, everyone that does knows that the rewards you recieve are so much more powerful than the power of a $!! Costumes do not make us a better Chiefs fan but getting involved in the community and promoting Chiefs all the time should promote what being a Chiefs fan is all about. Being compared to the Raiders fans is not fair, that is just a dress up party, What are they doing to help there community, as soon as info can be found I'd like to see it.

Rain Man
10-20-2005, 01:39 PM
Being compared to the Randy Moss and the Raiderz fans is not fair, that is just a dress up party, What are they doing to help there community, as soon as info can be found I'd like to see it.


I think they traded in some guns on "Trade your handgun for a Raiders ticket" day.

Sully
10-20-2005, 02:00 PM
I guess I'm wrong. I didn't see it on your bios on the web page that when you started dressing up, you did it simply to start a charity, and then when that costume didn't work, you dressed in another one for charity.
Listen, i think the charity angle is great. Really. I applaud you for that. But let's not act like you dressed up solely for that reason, it just simply brought the opportunity because of the dress-up, not the other way around.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 02:08 PM
Sully, what's your real beef with them? Is it the costumes? Is it the attention they derive? Let's get to the bottom of it.

I'm pissed off they get more camera time than me, too. Let's face it, my pretty face should pretty well dominate the large screen during the alloted male picture portion of Sunday afternoon games. Alas, I'm not a costume guy. But if I were, you can bet TackleMeElmo would get tons of camera time. Darn tootin.

Mile High Mania
10-20-2005, 02:18 PM
I think it's funny that people are bickering about these guys. Who cares which came first... doing it for charity, or charity being a result of several goofy guys getting dressed up to support their team on game day.

The bottom line is this ... teams playing at home love to have rabid fans. It doesn't matter if you're dressed in jeans and a t-shirt or in hot pants with a cape (just kidding FDE). These guys love their team, they love getting crazy at the games and working up the fans.

As a result of all this ... they've formed a group that raises money for charities and it takes a lot of time. It's all for a good cause. Spending any time at all talking about why these guys get face time or why are 'super' fans better fans... is really kinda lame.

Every team, as far as I can tell, has a handful of fans that are associated with their team. I think it's cool and these guys are doing good with their time and the publicity they receive.

Maybe some of you could create a group called the 'Bland Fans' and just talk about the charity you do. I dunno...

Phobia
10-20-2005, 02:20 PM
Maybe some of you could create a group called the 'Bland Fans' and just talk about the charity you do. I dunno...

Been There, Done That (www.37forever.org)

Mile High Mania
10-20-2005, 02:26 PM
Been There, Done That (www.37forever.org)

ROFL Hell, you have it all covered...

Dr. Facebook Fever
10-20-2005, 02:29 PM
Stevieray is the best period.

...and you forgot Belly Boy... not that he had a chance...

kc1977
10-20-2005, 02:46 PM
I'm sorry I hurt your feelings Big Red.
How long must I post on your BB before I can have an opinion?

Don't worry about it - Big Red is just down in the dumpies today, choked up about his dead redbirds.

It's almost 4 o'clock and I'm leaving work - I'm sick of all these St. Loser's whining today. Man, St. Louis fans are the whiniest ever.

Sully
10-20-2005, 02:49 PM
You know, I can't really put my finger on what my real problem is. Do I want the camera time that they have? No, not really. Do I even have a problem with the costumes? To a point, yes, but if it's creative, then I can even get into that... to a point.
I think it originated with the fact that I started noticing guys doing this AFTER the Raider dorks (ArrowMan excluded) started getting national pub for doing it, and I thought it was a cheap ripoff. Then they started getting props from folks as "SuperFans," which I don't think they are. Are they super guys? I dunno... based off the charity work, they at least have their hearts in the right place. Are they as Super as fans as any number of the folks who have had their tickets for longer? Those who cheer loud in anonymity? As those who buy every Tshirt or signed pic they can find? No... I don't think they are, only because I see them looking for a camera or an autograph to sign every chance they get, rather than actually being there as a fan of the Chiefs.
To be honest there is only one main "SuperFan" who gets on my nerves. I won't say whom, because there's no point in starting that up. But I've seen him be a camera whore enough times that I know my comments aren't off base.
I understand I'm pretty much alone in my annoyance with all this, and there is no real point to taking the shots any further here, so I'll drop it. (for now) There are too many great conversations and things in common with folks on this board for me to already be coming out as the jackass (I'm sure that will come later).

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 02:54 PM
There are too many great conversations and things in common with folks on this board for me to already be coming out as the jackass (I'm sure that will come later). Too late. :p STATUES, they are statues

Sully
10-20-2005, 02:56 PM
MMM, man fuel.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 03:00 PM
To be honest there is only one main "SuperFan" who gets on my nerves. I won't say whom, because there's no point in starting that up. But I've seen him be a camera whore enough times that I know my comments aren't off base.

Dude - X-factor annoys the piss out of a lot of fans. He's a lanky toothpick with a frickin red cheesehead for a hat combined with tights, slippers, and bandaids to round out the costume. Worst. Costume. Ever.

I've told it to his face. He's not anybody's favorite as the poll results indicate. But I've gotten to know him some over the past couple years and he's not doing this to impress anyone. He's doing it for the right reasons. So I give him a pass. You should too.

Rain Man
10-20-2005, 03:09 PM
Dude - X-factor annoys the piss out of a lot of fans. He's a lanky toothpick with a frickin red cheesehead for a hat combined with tights, slippers, and bandaids to round out the costume. Worst. Costume. Ever.

I've told it to his face. He's not anybody's favorite as the poll results indicate. But I've gotten to know him some over the past couple years and he's not doing this to impress anyone. He's doing it for the right reasons. So I give him a pass. You should too.


I think he's talking about Carl Peterson.

Uh, Sully? That's not a costume. That's his real hair.

Sully
10-20-2005, 03:35 PM
I think he's talking about Carl Peterson.

Uh, Sully? That's not a costume. That's his real hair.

You CANNOT tell me you are sure that's really him. What happened to his eye thing he used to do while talking?
I contend that the real CP died 5 years ago. We are now on the Peterson-Zombie 5-year plan.

stevieray
10-20-2005, 03:46 PM
Sully, you are misinformed. Nobody is "copying" the Raiders. Three of the guys are in Canton's Pro Football Fan Hall of Fame. Most teams also have representatives.

Mile High Mania
10-20-2005, 03:55 PM
I remember seeing pics of Arrowman long ago back in the good ol' days... the Elway years. I remember thinking "damn, he must pay a lot of cash to have each jersey for the visiting team's QB". I'm sure he didn't have every one... but, I recall seeing several.

Funny gimmick - Chiefs fan that wears the jersey of the other team's star player to ever game, and he doesn't get his ass kicked.

dirk digler
10-20-2005, 04:02 PM
That Elvis guy is a real dick.

:p

Chiefs_Mike_Topeka
10-20-2005, 07:31 PM
Do you spend hundreds of dollars out of your own pocket for a costume on gameday? Do you devote your entire weekends to charity promotions to benefit the local community? These guys work their asses off for very little personal benefit. I know each of them personally and they're a goofy crew. Yeah, some of their may costumes suck. Some of them may think that they're leading the crowd in cheers and we couldn't figure out the appropriate time to get loud without their expertise...

But all their faults are vastly outweighed by their selflessness. They are in every sense of the word "Superfans" and I love each one of them. It doesn't have anything to with you or I. It's not a competition. They're doing the right thing. Trust me on that.


I spend literally hundreds of dollars a year buying tickets, new Chiefs gear and other items. Do I devote entire weekends to helping my community..... sure do, volunteer at my church all the time and coach USA wrestling in a volunteer capacity.

As far as them being "superfans" I have already stated my opinion on that. For me it is simply a way for these guys to gain some semblence of fame, I would bet about anything that when they meet people out of "costume" that they will mention "who they are" within minutes. So it is simply a case of them wanting to draw attention to themselves. And as far as their charity work goes...... great for them, really I admire anyone that does that. But if they REALLY wanted to help the Chiefs and be a "superfan" why don't they devote more time and energy to volunteering at some of the players charities instead of someday dreaming of having their own special little sign down on the field besides Wil Shields "Wil to Succeed" charity banner. Personally I am irritated by people that are constantly "needing" the attention they are seeking. I have often heard the better person you are the less you have to talk about it for people to realize it. I think it is pretty similar for fans as well.

Phobia
10-20-2005, 07:48 PM
Clearly we're going to have to disagree, CMT. I'm not saying you're absolutely wrong, but you're misguided and ignorant. When you spend a weekend with these guys fundraising get back to me. Until then, you're judging the whole crew based upon some pre-conceived notion. You're mistaken. I wouldn't lead you astray. I promise. There's nothing in it for me.

Boise_Chief
10-20-2005, 07:50 PM
wAAH

go bowe
10-20-2005, 08:31 PM
Clearly we're going to have to disagree, CMT. I'm not saying you're absolutely wrong, but you're misguided and ignorant. When you spend a weekend with these guys fundraising get back to me. Until then, you're judging the whole crew based upon some pre-conceived notion. You're mistaken. I wouldn't lead you astray. I promise. There's nothing in it for me.oh bullshit!

you know damned well you get a percentage of the applause... :harumph: :harumph: :harumph:

Mr. Kotter
10-20-2005, 08:59 PM
.... I would bet about anything that when they meet people out of "costume" that they will mention "who they are" within minutes. So it is simply a case of them wanting to draw attention to themselves.....

This "Let your mouth write a check that your ass can't cash" disease is turnin' into an fuggin' epidemic around here. :shake:

If you had bet "anything" you'd have friggin' lost that bet. I've met them, and three of the four I've met both in and out of costume....and you are dead wrong. I understand some may wanna think this way, but it couldn't be further from the truth.

Bottom line is you are FOS; whether or not you know it. :rolleyes:

BigRedChief
10-20-2005, 10:49 PM
I spend literally hundreds of dollars a year buying tickets, new Chiefs gear and other items. Do I devote entire weekends to helping my community..... sure do, volunteer at my church all the time and coach USA wrestling in a volunteer capacity.

As far as them being "superfans" I have already stated my opinion on that. For me it is simply a way for these guys to gain some semblence of fame, I would bet about anything that when they meet people out of "costume" that they will mention "who they are" within minutes. So it is simply a case of them wanting to draw attention to themselves. And as far as their charity work goes...... great for them, really I admire anyone that does that. But if they REALLY wanted to help the Chiefs and be a "superfan" why don't they devote more time and energy to volunteering at some of the players charities instead of someday dreaming of having their own special little sign down on the field besides Wil Shields "Wil to Succeed" charity banner. Personally I am irritated by people that are constantly "needing" the attention they are seeking. I have often heard the better person you are the less you have to talk about it for people to realize it. I think it is pretty similar for fans as well.

You are wrong. Period.

Darkwolfe
10-20-2005, 10:49 PM
LOL...
One thing I KNOW I'm too new to know is who is free game to talk sh*t on around here.

Ya, don't talk down on people unless you know them. FDE would read your crap here (and probably has already) and still lend a helping hand if you needed it.

Don't make enemies out of potential friends.

Darkwolfe
10-20-2005, 10:51 PM
I spend literally hundreds of dollars a year buying tickets, new Chiefs gear and other items. Do I devote entire weekends to helping my community..... sure do, volunteer at my church all the time and coach USA wrestling in a volunteer capacity.

As far as them being "superfans" I have already stated my opinion on that. For me it is simply a way for these guys to gain some semblence of fame, I would bet about anything that when they meet people out of "costume" that they will mention "who they are" within minutes. So it is simply a case of them wanting to draw attention to themselves. And as far as their charity work goes...... great for them, really I admire anyone that does that. But if they REALLY wanted to help the Chiefs and be a "superfan" why don't they devote more time and energy to volunteering at some of the players charities instead of someday dreaming of having their own special little sign down on the field besides Wil Shields "Wil to Succeed" charity banner. Personally I am irritated by people that are constantly "needing" the attention they are seeking. I have often heard the better person you are the less you have to talk about it for people to realize it. I think it is pretty similar for fans as well.


:BS: :loser:

They already do that sort of thing. Before you judge, learn the truth.

greg63
10-20-2005, 10:57 PM
I think everyone will agree that all are entitled to their opinion. Having said thus, I really did not mean to open this huge can of worms. I just thought it would be a fun topic/poll. It was late, I was board - maybe this was a bad idea.

JazzzLovr
10-20-2005, 11:01 PM
Some of them may think that they're leading the crowd in cheers and we couldn't figure out the appropriate time to get loud without their expertise...

ArrowheadLouder is one of the Superfans? I didn't know that...



:evil:

tk13
10-20-2005, 11:21 PM
I think everyone will agree that all are entitled to their opinion. Having said thus, I really did not mean to open this huge can of worms. I just thought it would be a fun topic/poll. It was late, I was board - maybe this was a bad idea.
Great job Greg, you've ruined the entire board! ROFL

tk13
10-20-2005, 11:22 PM
ArrowheadLouder is one of the Superfans? I didn't know that...



:evil:
Coming from the woman who should be known as "ArrowheadSilent"....

Darkwolfe
10-20-2005, 11:24 PM
Coming from the woman who should be known as "ArrowheadSilent"....


You've never sat next to Jazzzlovr at a game have you?

My ears are still ringing from last Sunday!

JazzzLovr
10-20-2005, 11:26 PM
My ears are still ringing from last Sunday!

But enough about what we did AFTER the game... :redface:



:fire:

AZChief
10-20-2005, 11:28 PM
me.

tk13
10-20-2005, 11:28 PM
Really though, charity is not a competition here guys. I don't see any reason to be upset as the "Superfans", the more recognized they are the more they can help their charity endevours. I don't see what's so bad about that. I don't know if it's jealously but there's obviously a level of resentment there. And also just for instance, imagine you're a 10 year old kid, who are you gonna remember more, the fact that you talked to some guy named Bob or Mike or whatever, or the fact you got your picture taken with freaking First Down Elvis! Come on now, this isn't a competition, these guys all serve a purpose and do their job quite effectively, they should be proud of what they do.

tk13
10-20-2005, 11:29 PM
But enough about what we did AFTER the game... :redface:



:fire:
Great. Get this thread moved to the Romper Room. Good job.

Darkwolfe
10-20-2005, 11:34 PM
But enough about what we did AFTER the game... :redface:



:fire:


http://www.billszone.com/fanzone/images/smilies/whistling.gif

greg63
10-20-2005, 11:37 PM
Great job Greg, you've ruined the entire board! ROFL

Dang it! I'm always doing that. ROFL

greg63
10-21-2005, 12:27 AM
I think they traded in some guns on "Trade your handgun for a Randy Moss and the Raiderz ticket" day.

ROFLROFL ...Just doing their part.ROFLROFL

WilliamTheIrish
10-21-2005, 01:10 AM
Never heard of 'em....

greg63
10-21-2005, 07:21 AM
Never heard of 'em....

Check out their web site.

http://www.kcsuperfans.com/

Mr. Kotter
10-21-2005, 07:25 AM
But enough about what we did AFTER the game... :redface:



:fire:


So THAT'S what she saves "loud" for.... :hmmm:

:p

xfactor
10-21-2005, 08:11 AM
The whole reason I started dressing up was because the first game I went to 12 years ago as a season ticket holder, was the first game I had ever watched a game without my dad, who was 6 hours away. I started dressing to try to get on TV,yes I admit,but the whole reason was that my dad could see me and we could have that connection even though we were so far apart.

I guess I'm wrong. I didn't see it on your bios on the web page that when you started dressing up, you did it simply to start a charity, and then when that costume didn't work, you dressed in another one for charity.
Listen, i think the charity angle is great. Really. I applaud you for that. But let's not act like you dressed up solely for that reason, it just simply brought the opportunity because of the dress-up, not the other way around.

xfactor
10-21-2005, 08:38 AM
We do help Chiefs charities,I helped Will To Succeed last year, I was very involved with TeamPriest for a year,our calender is going to help Ronald McDonald (Trent's charity) and Eddie Kennison's Quick Start. We have helped Casey's First Down For Downs Syndrome, JA's Diabetes Walk. We helped out Hicks For Hearts this Tuesday. We are in constant talk with the players on helping out their events and taking helping them to the next level. We help charities that aren't tied to the Chiefs,to get players out to their events to help raise money, challenging players to do more in the community. That isn't the main mission of this organization though, it is to reach as many children as we can, to teach them how to be a great Chiefs fan and more importantly how to give back to the community in a totally positive way. Here is a link so you can see how we are trying to accomplish these goals-http://kcsuperfans.com/site_pages.cfm?pageID=963
We are literally killing ourselves to help out the communities throughout the Chiefs Nation and I challenge every fan to get involved to do the same,even if it just one little thing you do. Together as the greatest fans in the world, we can truely build mountains in our communities!!!


I spend literally hundreds of dollars a year buying tickets, new Chiefs gear and other items. Do I devote entire weekends to helping my community..... sure do, volunteer at my church all the time and coach USA wrestling in a volunteer capacity.

As far as them being "superfans" I have already stated my opinion on that. For me it is simply a way for these guys to gain some semblence of fame, I would bet about anything that when they meet people out of "costume" that they will mention "who they are" within minutes. So it is simply a case of them wanting to draw attention to themselves. And as far as their charity work goes...... great for them, really I admire anyone that does that. But if they REALLY wanted to help the Chiefs and be a "superfan" why don't they devote more time and energy to volunteering at some of the players charities instead of someday dreaming of having their own special little sign down on the field besides Wil Shields "Wil to Succeed" charity banner. Personally I am irritated by people that are constantly "needing" the attention they are seeking. I have often heard the better person you are the less you have to talk about it for people to realize it. I think it is pretty similar for fans as well.

BigRedChief
10-21-2005, 08:43 AM
We do help Chiefs charities,I helped Will To Succeed last year, I was very involved with TeamPriest for a year,our calender is going to help Ronald McDonald (Trent's charity) and Eddie Kennison's Quick Start. We have helped Casey's First Down For Downs Syndrome, JA's Diabetes Walk. We helped out Hicks For Hearts this Tuesday. We are in constant talk with the players on helping out their events and taking helping them to the next level. We help charities that aren't tied to the Chiefs,to get players out to their events to help raise money, challenging players to do more in the community. That isn't the main mission of this organization though, it is to reach as many children as we can, to teach them how to be a great Chiefs fan and more importantly how to give back to the community in a totally positive way. Here is a link so you can see how we are trying to accomplish these goals-http://kcsuperfans.com/site_pages.cfm?pageID=963
We are literally killing ourselves to help out the communities throughout the Chiefs Nation and I challenge every fan to get involved to do the same,even if it just one little thing you do. Together as the greatest fans in the world, we can truely build mountains in our communities!!!
Fixed your link:
http://kcsuperfans.com/site_pages.cfm?pageID=963

xfactor
10-21-2005, 08:53 AM
Thanks BRC-
Always clearing a path for the Superfans to gain yardage in the community!!1

Fixed your link:
http://kcsuperfans.com/site_pages.cfm?pageID=963

htismaqe
10-21-2005, 09:20 AM
XFactor is queer! :p

Seriously, I like Weirdwolf, but having met Stevie I had to vote for FDE.

BigRedChief
10-21-2005, 09:55 AM
Thanks BRC-
Always clearing a path for the Superfans to gain yardage in the community!!1

Most people contribute their time or money to charity because it makes them feel good about theirself. Not an unreasonable motive.

There is no way these guys do their charity work just for publicity.

I'll always have the SuperFans back. :harumph:

WilliamTheIrish
10-21-2005, 10:17 AM
Check out their web site.

http://www.kcsuperfans.com/

It was a joke.. One more time..


Who?

Nevah heard of 'em.....

WEIRDWOLF
10-21-2005, 12:21 PM
Dang, I wish I would of seen this from the beginning. Now its almost old news but I'll pipe in any way.

I for one am in this for only ME. I could care less if the Chiefs win or if a kid learns how to read or swim or learns to tie his shoes. If I don't get face time I cry like Dick Vermeil who I don't like either. Heres how I spell team I-I-I-I. This was a great thread and finally brings the truth to light. It produced over 100 hits to our website which is how I found out it was here in the first place which means 100 of you got to see ME ME ME... Gosh I'm pretty. I'm going to go back to our site just so I can see me some more. By the way, the other guys in the group don't know it but I am secretly planning on replacing all of them with clones of myself. Weirdwolf's everywhere!!!! In fact, I think we should rename the team after ME. The Kansas City WEIRDWOLVES. Phobia, stop defending us you weiney!! (gratuitous Phobia slam on every Weirdwolf post) Ha ha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.................

um....

Now where is my day glo yellow paint.....this red just doesn't attract the cameras the way it used too......oh if it were only me in the stadium it would all be perfect.

sigh

BigRedChief
10-21-2005, 12:36 PM
Dang, I wish I would of seen this from the beginning. Now its almost old news but I'll pipe in any way.

I for one am in this for only ME. I could care less if the Chiefs win or if a kid learns how to read or swim or learns to tie his shoes. If I don't get face time I cry like Dick Vermeil who I don't like either. Heres how I spell team I-I-I-I. This was a great thread and finally brings the truth to light. It produced over 100 hits to our website which is how I found out it was here in the first place which means 100 of you got to see ME ME ME... Gosh I'm pretty. I'm going to go back to our site just so I can see me some more. By the way, the other guys in the group don't know it but I am secretly planning on replacing all of them with clones of myself. Weirdwolf's everywhere!!!! In fact, I think we should rename the team after ME. The Kansas City WEIRDWOLVES. Phobia, stop defending us you weiney!! (gratuitous Phobia slam on every Weirdwolf post) Ha ha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.................

um....

Now where is my day glo yellow paint.....this red just doesn't attract the cameras the way it used too......oh if it were only me in the stadium it would all be perfect.

sigh
http://www.forumspile.com/Attention-Whore_Beach.jpg

RedXtreme
10-21-2005, 01:27 PM
I for one was driving 3 hrs each way to help events here in KC .I am sorry some of you feel like you do... But we are all Superfans of the Chiefs. We in no way want to take away from you ..So I will get of this thread and let you Glott for more time yourself Sorry to take from youre time that you so much want from the other board members.To the ones that know us and help us . Thank You all. I hope to work with all of YOU sometime.

Rausch
10-21-2005, 01:46 PM
Some of you people need a fiber pill and a 10W30 enema.

Do people dress up at games to get attention?

HELL YEAH! They're fans who try and be in-the-seats cheerleaders that help pump up the crowd.

IT'S FUN.

Now, go back to buying your kids some Halloween costumes.

If the lil' bastards were worth a damn they'd be helping grandma' do the laundry instead of begging for candy. Attention whores...

BigRedChief
10-21-2005, 02:12 PM
I for one was driving 3 hrs each way to help events here in KC .I am sorry some of you feel like you do... But we are all Superfans of the Chiefs. We in no way want to take away from you ..So I will get of this thread and let you Glott for more time yourself Sorry to take from youre time that you so much want from the other board members.To the ones that know us and help us . Thank You all. I hope to work with all of YOU sometime.

Hey Red don't sweat it. It's just a small minority. you can't please everyone.

Iowanian
10-21-2005, 02:13 PM
I think someone needs a blowjob they're not paying for.....

I've "met" weirdwolf a few times, and seen him with kids, and grant the requests of OTHER FANS who want thier pic taken..never seen him approach them. He's never been anything but friendly. He wouldn't know me on the street, but he's been the "same guy" the several times I've met him.

I've met 2 of the others once or twice at tailgates...and though "I" wouldn't wear tights,they seemed sincere.

I DID know FDE before "FDE" was "born". He was as nice a guy as I've met,(then), and cheered like a wildman, and took a L as hard as any fan.

Anyone who has met, or knows steve and questions his motives has a serious case of Penis envy and can suk Iowanian's baows.

RedXtreme
10-21-2005, 03:39 PM
BRC I wil not let it bother me I am big enough to know the ones that want others to notice them in a different way. They need to understand that when players come to us out of costum and ask for us to help them We are NOT the wrong ones in thes pic.

Rain Man
10-21-2005, 03:48 PM
I'm a superfan, but since I watch the game at home I'm not really well-known. Well, that and my wife got mad about the red paint on the couch so I can't dress up any more.

greg63
10-22-2005, 12:31 AM
To all the Superfans, please accept my sincere apologies for starting this thread. It was not in any way meant to become something that would question your character. As I stated in a previous post I simply thought it would be fun, and maybe a way to direct traffic to your web site. I am asking the mods to kill the thread so it doesn’t continue to morph into a Superfan debate.

Phobia
10-22-2005, 06:06 AM
BRC I wil not let it bother me I am big enough to know the ones that want others to notice them in a different way. They need to understand that when players come to us out of costum and ask for us to help them We are NOT the wrong ones in thes pic.

Bah - you're just mad because you only fetched 1 vote on this thread. You need to do something really over the top to gain some popularity. I recommend turning your entire face into an Arrowhead tattoo complete with plastic surgery and sharpening each tooth into a tiny Arrowhead.

Yeah.

Phobia
10-22-2005, 06:07 AM
I am asking the mods to kill the thread so it doesn’t
continue to morph into a Superfan debate.

We simply don't delete active threads on ChiefsPlanet. It's something the community decided against years ago.

Phobia
10-22-2005, 06:14 AM
Phobia, stop defending us you weiney!! (gratuitous Phobia slam on every Weirdwolf post) Ha ha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.................


I'm sure you don't remember, but I met you at a game when you had first started dressing up 7-8 years ago. I snagged you after the game to flip you some shit (as I am prone to do) because I thought your costume was goofy. During the 2 minutes we spoke I changed my mind because you had a great sense of humor about it and were legitimately cool. I think you guys do a helluva lot of good work in the community. As you know, that's just fine with me.

I also know that a lot of fans have changed their attitudes toward you guys over the years. I think that's pretty cool. Remind me to tell you a story sometime.

Rausch
10-22-2005, 06:15 AM
Bah - you're just mad because you only fetched 1 vote on this thread. You need to do something really over the top to gain some popularity. I recommend turning your entire face into an Arrowhead tattoo complete with plastic surgery and sharpening each tooth into a tiny Arrowhead.

Yeah.

I voted for 1st D Elvis, but I kinda had to.

He's married to a horribly ugly woman with no kids and no real talent to speak of.

Poor b@st-tward...

OTOH I can see RedXtreme reminding me how much of a puzzy I am for not putting down my 78th beer by sunday.

And then there's Xfactor, who makes me think Red Rausch (with red n yeller' lederhosen) might not be that off of center after all...


:)

OldTownChief
10-22-2005, 06:54 AM
I think these guys are GREAT. Who gives a flyin rats ass what their motivies were in the beginning. There is nothing on this earth more satisfying to the soul than helping childen out. Being responsible for bringing smiles to kids faces and making their day would be an awsome feeling. I'll never forget the game last Christmas when me and my 11 yr old daughter broke down in the Grandview triangle on the way up from Augusta. We made it to the game OK but Laryssa was a little nervous and scared over the whole ordeal. While looking around B5 for CP members Xtreme came out of nowhere and jumped in front of Laryssa to say hi and shake her hand, gave me goose bumps to see how happy she was at that time. I introduced myself to FDE, he shook my hand and went immeadiatly to Laryssa making her feel like she was his best friend. We got a shot of her and FDE at the skins game and it's the only picture hanging on her bedroom wall. These guys are part of the whole Arrowhead experiance and it wouldnt be the same without them. Keep up the good work fellas. You all rock.

tomahawk kid
10-22-2005, 07:22 AM
It's a toss up b/t FDE and WeirdWolf.

WEIRDWOLF
10-22-2005, 08:55 AM
To all the Superfans, please accept my sincere apologies for starting this thread. It was not in any way meant to become something that would question your character. As I stated in a previous post I simply thought it would be fun, and maybe a way to direct traffic to your web site. I am asking the mods to kill the thread so it doesn’t continue to morph into a Superfan debate.

As they say, any publicity is good publicity. We love this thread!! It produced 150 hits to our site so if you liked us you might have found more about us and if you hate us, well, maybe you will understand a little more about what we are truly about. So keep it going. Heck if we can't take a little tiny abuse like this, how are we going to handle those arrogant Donco fans and those dorky Faider fans.

stevieray
10-22-2005, 09:05 AM
As they say, any publicity is good publicity. We love this thread!! It produced 150 hits to our site so if you liked us you might have found more about us and if you hate us, well, maybe you will understand a little more about what we are truly about. So keep it going. Heck if we can't take a little tiny abuse like this, how are we going to handle those arrogant Donco fans and those dorky Faider fans.

No kidding. We give each other more abuse than anything posted here.

chiefsfaninNC
10-22-2005, 09:39 AM
Slag02 now has my vote!

BigRedChief
10-22-2005, 10:14 AM
As they say, any publicity is good publicity. We love this thread!! It produced 150 hits to our site so if you liked us you might have found more about us and if you hate us, well, maybe you will understand a little more about what we are truly about.

Speaking of publicity. Todays KC Star.

Superfans unite to aid charities

STEVE PENN

In the comic books, Superman, Aquaman and Batman hook up and work together.
That’s sort of the concept behind KC Superfans.
You’ve seen them at Arrowhead. You’ve seen them on TV. I’m talking about those guys who like to dress up at Arrowhead in those wild costumes.
Lately they’ve been showing up at local charities.
In other words, they joined forces. KC Superfans are five working-class guys who dress up in elaborate costumes for each home game.
After running into one another so much, they decided to work together this year and start their own outfit — KC Superfans. Recently I spoke to Lynn Schmidt, also known as Weird Wolf.
“I’m the spirit of the Wolf Pack brought back to life at Arrowhead,” he said.
Ty Rowton is X-Factor, Monte Short is Arrowman. First Down Elvis is Steve Bohall, and Tim Oerman is Red Xtreme.
“We support charities that already exist,” Schmidt said. “We attend their functions and help them to reach their goals. We dedicate a lot of our time.”
And makeup, too.
By the way, KC Superfans specialize in extreme fan makeovers for charitable events. To find out more, call them at (816) 891-0802 or through their Web site at kcsuperfans.com.

onescrewleftuntwisted
10-22-2005, 10:51 AM
all they need now is an arch rival

donkafinaskinner boltfaider

greg63
10-22-2005, 12:19 PM
As they say, any publicity is good publicity. We love this thread!! It produced 150 hits to our site so if you liked us you might have found more about us and if you hate us, well, maybe you will understand a little more about what we are truly about. So keep it going. Heck if we can't take a little tiny abuse like this, how are we going to handle those arrogant Donco fans and those dorky Faider fans.

…Good Point. I’ve since learned from Phob that they don't delete active threads. Besides, this is my very first 100+ post thread - a bit of a mile stone in my relatively uneventful life. :D

onescrewleftuntwisted
10-22-2005, 12:57 PM
…Good Point. I’ve since learned from Phob that they don't delete active threads. Besides, this is my very first 100+ post thread - a bit of a mile stone in my relatively uneventful life. :D


congrats :clap:

i would like to get one that goes over 50

Sully
10-22-2005, 12:59 PM
…Good Point. I’ve since learned from Phob that they don't delete active threads. Besides, this is my very first 100+ post thread - a bit of a mile stone in my relatively uneventful life. :D


There's no way I don't get an assist with that one, eh?
GIVE ME ATTENTION!!!

greg63
10-22-2005, 01:03 PM
congrats :clap:

i would like to get one that goes over 50

Thanks bud, hang in there your time will come "grasshopper" :D :thumb:

Calcountry
10-22-2005, 01:04 PM
This kinda reminds me of this guy that sits near me at the Patriots games. He is known as Pittsburgh, and routes against the Pats every single game. He has had season tickets for close to 35 years. He wears an old school yellow Pittsburgh Pirates batting helmet, and is now close to 60 years old.

We have a theory that he must have lost A LOT of money (like his house, wife and kids) at one time and hated them ever since. People used to get pissed off when he would cheer for the other team but now its just part our section.Dude, why the fug don't you just go up and ask him.

Repeat what you posted here, except for your "theory", and ask the dude.

Then please come back here and post the response, I love to find out what motivates sick fuggers like that.

greg63
10-22-2005, 01:06 PM
There's no way I don't get an assist with that one, eh?
GIVE ME ATTENTION!!!

Oh, by all means let us all pay homage to the n00b! :p

stevieray
10-22-2005, 01:07 PM
There's no way I don't get an assist with that one, eh?
GIVE ME ATTENTION!!!

admit you were wrong

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:09 PM
Wrong about my opinion? No. I'm still annoyed by the whole thing. I will admit I was wrong in bitching about it here, since I was pretty much the only one with that opinion, and there was nothing to be gained by making the point that I was.

stevieray
10-22-2005, 01:13 PM
Wrong about my opinion? No. I'm still annoyed by the whole thing. I will admit I was wrong in bitching about it here, since I was pretty much the only one with that opinion, and there was nothing to be gained by making the point that I was.

By all means , stay annoyed!


Just admit you were wrong about the reason is because of Faider Fans. Most the group has YEARS of going to games in costume. The faider fans didn't inspire anyone.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:17 PM
We can argue all day about what the actual motivation is, but there's no real point to it. I've been going to the games long enough, however, to know that most of the guys in costume haven't been there for as long as you infer.
Seriously, though. I dropped it, I apologize for hurting your feelings. Good job with the charity.

Coach
10-22-2005, 01:19 PM
I don't know X-Factor, or Wierdwolf personally. I have talked to FDE at 37forever at Nzoner's place, and FDE is a great guy, along with his wife, who is a wonderful woman. I had fun talking to FDE when we were throwing the ball around, along with talking to him and his wife about my brother's game, and several other topics. Oh yeah, and FDE, my brother said that you're funny as hell.

I have talked to X-Factor and WEIRDWOLF twice I believe, but like I said, I don't know either one that well, But I hope that sometime in the future that will change. But those 3 get my respect for being involved, either that is with the Chiefs organization, or for the community of Kansas City.

You guys rock.

onescrewleftuntwisted
10-22-2005, 01:20 PM
i always wear a lone ranger mask when i go to games, or out in public.

it seals my identy and that way i will always be safe

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:21 PM
We can argue all day about what the actual motivation is, but there's no real point to it.

That's true. There is no point because they know what their motivation is and you.... do not. At least you "get" that.

Monte, Ty, and Lynn have been doing the costume thing for a long time. Steve and Tim are relative newcomers.

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:23 PM
i always wear a lone ranger mask when i go to games, or out in public.

it seals my identy and that way i will always be safe
Most of the time you're retarded, but that is a quality post. I chuckled.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:23 PM
I definitely "get" that (though i don't "get" why we are using "quotes" with "get") :p
I really didn't post back on this thread to start up more arguments, and I'm sorry it happened, I was just trying to poke a little fun at myself and get a laugh.

stevieray
10-22-2005, 01:25 PM
We can argue all day about what the actual motivation is, but there's no real point to it. I've been going to the games long enough, however, to know that most of the guys in costume haven't been there for as long as you infer.
Seriously, though. I dropped it, I apologize for hurting your feelings. Good job with the charity.


Nobody is arguing, you're deflecting.

YOU stated that the Faider fans getting attention was the REASON why.

You even went as far to say we ripped them off.

Again you are wrong. Three of five members have been going for at least five years.

Hurt feelings? I don't think so.


IMO, your motives in this thread are self serving.

|Zach|
10-22-2005, 01:29 PM
This thread is still going on?

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:30 PM
I know Arrowman has been there for a lot longer than 5 years. The rest, 5-years sounds about right (I'd have guessed 7-8 actually)
Of course, that doesn't disprove my point, it actually helps it. However, We aren't going to go anywhere with this. I'm not going to say uncle, and you aren't going to agree with me, so what's the point?
We can just agree to disagree, or to make it better for you, we can agree that I refuse to see your point. That help?

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:32 PM
(though i don't "get" why we are using "quotes" with "get") :p

I'm using quotes in peculiar "places" because I've been reading some retard over at finheaven and I kinda "like" the way he talks. Mmmmmmmmmhhm.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:32 PM
"When" in Rome!!

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:33 PM
We can just agree to disagree, or to make it better for you, we can agree that I refuse to see your point. That help?

How about we agree you buy beer next time? That would help.

Coach
10-22-2005, 01:33 PM
This thread is still going on?

It's still rolling.

|Zach|
10-22-2005, 01:34 PM
How about we agree you buy beer next time? That would help.
http://www.nubo.ru/coaster/inter/irish/murphys.jpg

onescrewleftuntwisted
10-22-2005, 01:34 PM
Most of the time you're retarded, but that is a quality post. I chuckled.


you think that was funny, you should see me with my mask on

stevieray
10-22-2005, 01:34 PM
I know Arrowman has been there for a lot longer than 5 years. The rest, 5-years sounds about right (I'd have guessed 7-8 actually)
Of course, that doesn't disprove my point, it actually helps it. However, We aren't going to go anywhere with this. I'm not going to say uncle, and you aren't going to agree with me, so what's the point?
We can just agree to disagree, or to make it better for you, we can agree that I refuse to see your point. That help?


you just said that they haven't been going as long as I inferred, now you say they've been going longer?

You are right, this isn't going anywhere, especially when you make false claims that aren't true..

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:36 PM
You are right, this isn't going anywhere, especially when you make false claims that aren't true..

I agree and I think you're right.

Chiefs Pantalones
10-22-2005, 01:38 PM
You see them on TV, in person and cheering the loudest, not to mention their charity involvement. Now here's your chance to vote for your favorite "Superfan"

http://www.kcsuperfans.com/

Super fans freak me out.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:38 PM
How about we agree you buy beer next time? That would help.

I could buy you a beer. Too poor to extend myself any further.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:39 PM
Super fans freak me out.

THEY DO CHARITY!!!!!!!!!

-see, I got your backs now kids.

Buster's Dad
10-22-2005, 01:41 PM
Ty (x-factor) is from my home town,I have known him and his folks for ages. and a attention getter he isn't, his Mother and Dad have told me of the countless hrs he has put in on chairity work, and usually it's a thank you is his pay.
Sully, it sounds like your ''diaper'' is all wadded up, do like dicke v says and shed that'' diaper'' and be a man. :harumph: :mad: :harumph:

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:41 PM
THEY DO CHARITY!!!!!!!!!

-see, I got your backs now kids.

I think Sully is a big enough smartass to stay. You're a keeper dude and "not" just because you're buying me beer. That's only most of it.

Sully
10-22-2005, 01:44 PM
Thanks for that. The funny thing is, as much as I've made a point about disliking face painting in this thread, every day, before I log onto Chiefs Planet, I paint my entire body to look like the website logo.

RedXtreme
10-22-2005, 01:45 PM
Sully I have had a red head for @ 8 yrs . I use to sit in the upper level @ 4 years ago I got lower level seats. I think you have a right to speak youre mind. When I first saw myself with paint I didnt like what I saw either so I had to do some changing. I hope athers can make the same kind of changes in there life.

OldTownChief
10-22-2005, 01:48 PM
Sully I have had a red head for @ 8 yrs . I use to sit in the upper level @ 4 years ago I got lower level seats. I think you have a right to speak youre mind. When I first saw myself with paint I didnt like what I saw either so I had to do some changing. I hope athers can make the same kind of changes in there life.

Wow Red thats XTREME.

Chiefs Pantalones
10-22-2005, 01:48 PM
THEY DO CHARITY!!!!!!!!!

-see, I got your backs now kids.

That's nice.

They still freak me out. :)

Phobia
10-22-2005, 01:48 PM
When I first saw myself with paint I didnt like what I saw either so I had to do some changing.

Neither did we.
http://web.swedevice.com/sistergeorge/gallery/TastyTimBirthday_walt/images/tranny.jpg

Neither did we.

OldTownChief
10-22-2005, 01:51 PM
Neither did we.
http://web.swedevice.com/sistergeorge/gallery/TastyTimBirthday_walt/images/tranny.jpg

Neither did we.

Good GWAD, isn't Pink back yet?

stevieray
10-22-2005, 02:18 PM
THEY DO CHARITY!!!!!!!!!

-see, I got your backs now kids.

are you really that intimidated by it?

Sully
10-22-2005, 02:21 PM
You can't be this angry of a person and still have everyone here taking up for you like you are. Let it go, I did. Clearly I made you angry by disagreeing with the way you and your friends did things. You have to know that by drawing that much attention to yourself, that was bound to happen. Just let it go, take a deep breath, and forget about it. I am just one of the many anonymous faces at the games. If you feel that good about what you do, then don't let one a**hole's opinion bother you this much.

|Zach|
10-22-2005, 02:23 PM
Yup, lets just lets thread die.

Sully
10-22-2005, 02:24 PM
C'MON!!! We can bring the horse back to life!!!!!!

stevieray
10-22-2005, 02:25 PM
You can't be this angry of a person and still have everyone here taking up for you like you are. Let it go, I did. Clearly I made you angry by disagreeing with the way you and your friends did things. You have to know that by drawing that much attention to yourself, that was bound to happen. Just let it go, take a deep breath, and forget about it. I am just one of the many anonymous faces at the games. If you feel that good about what you do, then don't let one a**hole's opinion bother you this much.


Translation: I'll tell you how you feel about it, to ease my own discretions.

Sully
10-22-2005, 02:27 PM
ha ha.
If I gave you a hug would it help?

stevieray
10-22-2005, 02:28 PM
ha ha.
If I gave you a hug would it help?

Sounds like you need the hug.

RedXtreme
10-22-2005, 03:17 PM
Like FDE said we poke more fun at ourselves at times then what you have done here. I truley have no problem with what you have said. You just have feelings like everyone else. Sully I hope to meet you someday.

stevieray
10-22-2005, 03:21 PM
Like FDE said we poke more fun at ourselves at times then what you have done here. I truley have no problem with what you have said. You just have feelings like everyone else. Sully I hope to meet you someday.

Exactly. It doesn't bother me if what we do annoys him, and told him so. He has every right to feel that way.

I only took the faider fan comment to task because it isn't true.

Sully
10-22-2005, 03:45 PM
I'm sure you fellas will get the chance to meet me someday. I am glad that most of you guys are secure enough that it doesn't bother you that I feel the way I do. I actually have a little more respect for a few of you after your responses on here and in private, so thanks. I am finding out, for the most part, that the reason people are so adamantly in your corner is because, though you may dress goofy as hell (and like Raiders fans in red) you are genuinely good guys.
Besides, we all, in the long run, have the same type of passion for the Chiefs in common, we just let that manifest itself in different ways.

stevieray
10-22-2005, 03:52 PM
I'm sure you fellas will get the chance to meet me someday. I am glad that most of you guys are secure enough that it doesn't bother you that I feel the way I do. I actually have a little more respect for a few of you after your responses on here and in private, so thanks. I am finding out, for the most part, that the reason people are so adamantly in your corner is because, though you may dress goofy as hell (and like Randy Moss and the Raiderz fans in red) you are genuinely good guys.
Besides, we all, in the long run, have the same type of passion for the Chiefs in common, we just let that manifest itself in different ways.

:clap:

greg63
10-22-2005, 10:41 PM
This thread is still going on?

ROFL Yea, I couldn't believe it either.

greg63
10-22-2005, 10:53 PM
Super fans freak me out.

...Me too, that's why I just use a regular plug-in fan to keep cool during the summer. :D

OldTownChief
10-22-2005, 10:58 PM
...Me too, that's why I just use a regular plug-in fan to keep cool during the summer. :D

Goin for 200?

digi2fish
10-22-2005, 11:04 PM
can someone connect the names and the image for me...? the only pair I got the connection is First Down Elvis...

BigRedChief
10-22-2005, 11:07 PM
I'm sure you fellas will get the chance to meet me someday. I am glad that most of you guys are secure enough that it doesn't bother you that I feel the way I do. I actually have a little more respect for a few of you after your responses on here and in private, so thanks. I am finding out, for the most part, that the reason people are so adamantly in your corner is because, though you may dress goofy as hell (and like Randy Moss and the Raiderz fans in red) you are genuinely good guys.
Besides, we all, in the long run, have the same type of passion for the Chiefs in common, we just let that manifest itself in different ways.

Sounds like closure to me?:hmmm:

greg63
10-22-2005, 11:13 PM
Goin for 200?

...Hadn't thought about it, but since you mentioned it. :D

greg63
10-22-2005, 11:15 PM
Sounds like closure to me?:hmmm:

Me too BRC. :clap:

onescrewleftuntwisted
10-23-2005, 01:12 AM
2 hours since the last post


i just felt like kicking the dead horse

greg63
10-23-2005, 07:48 AM
2 hours since the last post


i just felt like kicking the dead horse

Hey, kick away bud. The vote count is up to 120, and at this point I'm just really hoping to get the KC Superfan web site as many hits as possible. :)

RedXtreme
10-23-2005, 08:06 AM
Last I heard we were up to 150 just from this site. Sully you said right . We do it in different ways than others with the same goal. I still dont like the Faiders comment though. Its all good though.

BigRedChief
10-23-2005, 08:36 AM
Hey, kick away bud. The vote count is up to 120, and at this point I'm just really hoping to get the KC Superfan web site as many hits as possible. :)

Don't worry Skip will be along in a little bit to put you in your place, N00b! :p

tomahawk kid
10-23-2005, 09:48 AM
Okay, I'm going to jump in here and give my $0.02, because well, opinions are like....you know what.

Also, I haven't met any of these guys personally and don't know them from Adam.

Anyway, I can see how someone like Sully could get the impression that these guys want attention drawn to themselves. (I think one member in particular can give off that vibe). However, after visiting their website and few times and getting an impression of their personalities from this board and others, I don't think that is the case.

If you visit kcsuperfans.com for five minutes, you'll get the idea that these guys have HUGE hearts and their primary interests are with our Metropolitan community. I don't believe that they're a "better Chiefs fan" than I am, because they paint their faces and wear costumes (I don't believe that they think that either). I DO think they collectively set an example of how we, as members of our community (over and above being a Chiefs fan), should give BACK in some way, shape or form. That's it.

I DON'T think they're ripping off or imitating Raider Nation (why would anyone ever do THAT?!) anymore than BoneLady or The Big Dog in Cleveland, Fireman Ed in New York or Big Nasty in Tampa. I mean, who here hasn't "dressed up" up for some reason or another. If that's the way that they choose to express their "fandom" of the Chiefs - more power to 'em.

I think their attitude of community involvement is something we should ALL aspire to.

xfactor
10-23-2005, 09:56 AM
Thanks for the nice comments,it is always great to hear from the great people of my hometown of Scott City. I just don't miss that 12 hour round trip to the game. I have a couple charity balls that are being raffled to raise money,one for a handicapped facility that I used to work for in Garden City, proceeds will go to helping buy adapative equipment for individuals that can't afford it. The second will be raffled to raise money for project graduation, my brother and cousin both graduate this year. I'm also working with all 3 schools about making an appearance to talk about topics of following your dreams,importance of reading,discrimination,sportsmanship,ect.
Thanks for the support

Ty (x-factor) is from my home town,I have known him and his folks for ages. and a attention getter he isn't, his Mother and Dad have told me of the countless hrs he has put in on chairity work, and usually it's a thank you is his pay.
Sully, it sounds like your ''diaper'' is all wadded up, do like dicke v says and shed that'' diaper'' and be a man. :harumph: :mad: :harumph:

Skip Towne
10-23-2005, 10:02 AM
Who is the old guy with the phone?

xfactor
10-23-2005, 10:06 AM
Well said Tomahawk-
You are right that right now we are mostly targeting the KC area but we are looking to do more outside of KC to help other communities,so if anyone has a cause then let us know and we will try to help. RedXtreme has been helping a little boy from Coffeyville that is in need of liver transplant, visit the Zane Cox link to find out more. I'm sending charity balls clear out to western Kansas to help more money and have been approached about making school appearances in Topeka,Scott City,Great Bend,Hoisington which I plan on doing all of these. Right now we are overwelmed here in KC but as soon as the season ends with us winning in Detroit, that is the time that we will be able to reach out to those areas outside of the KC area.


Okay, I'm going to jump in here and give my $0.02, because well, opinions are like....you know what.

Also, I haven't met any of these guys personally and don't know them from Adam.

Anyway, I can see how someone like Sully could get the impression that these guys want attention drawn to themselves. (I think one member in particular can give off that vibe). However, after visiting their website and few times and getting an impression of their personalities from this board and others, I don't think that is the case.

If you visit kcsuperfans.com for five minutes, you'll get the idea that these guys have HUGE hearts and their primary interests are with our Metropolitan community. I don't believe that they're a "better Chiefs fan" than I am, because they paint their faces and wear costumes (I don't believe that they think that either). I DO think they collectively set an example of how we, as members of our community (over and above being a Chiefs fan), should give BACK in some way, shape or form. That's it.

I DON'T think they're ripping off or imitating Raider Nation (why would anyone ever do THAT?!) anymore than BoneLady or The Big Dog in Cleveland, Fireman Ed in New York or Big Nasty in Tampa. I mean, who here hasn't "dressed up" up for some reason or another. If that's the way that they choose to express their "fandom" of the Chiefs - more power to 'em.

I think their attitude of community involvement is something we should ALL aspire to.

Rain Man
10-23-2005, 10:06 AM
Who is the old guy with the phone?

ROFL

Did anyone ever figure out what that was all about?

greg63
10-23-2005, 05:43 PM
Don't worry Skip will be along in a little bit to put you in your place, N00b! :p

Hey, Skip's my hero. :D

RedXtreme
10-24-2005, 11:54 AM
Gregg I guess my son knows your son.He was playing football for Roosevelt. I dont know if he knows him well or if he just met him. It is cool to see the old hometown colors on here though.

greg63
10-24-2005, 12:00 PM
Gregg I guess my son knows your son.He was playing football for Roosevelt. I dont know if he knows him well or if he just met him. It is cool to see the old hometown colors on here though.
:D
How cool! Hope my son didn't annoy yours; he has a bad habit of doing that. Is your son in the 7th or the 8th grade?

go bowe
10-24-2005, 12:26 PM
can someone connect the names and the image for me...? the only pair I got the connection is First Down Elvis...ok, i'll try...

fde you know...

weirdwolf is the guy with the shoulder pads and great makeup... he sometimes posts on here, i think he just goes by weirdwolf, but i'm not sure...

arrow man is the guy with arrows sticking into him... as far as i know, he doesn't post here...

the X-factor is the guy all in red with a red cheesehead on his head (that sounds unnecessarily redundant, doesn't it?)... he posted on this thread and he comes around fairly often...

and the red Xtreme guy posted here too, but he is not a regular as far as i know...



we haven't talked gochiefs into coming up for a 37 forever weekend yet, but i'm sure we could dress him up enough to make him a visiting honorary superfan...

otoh, that's probably a bad idea.... :shake: :shake: :shake:

btw, how's digi these days?

did you get to see the miami game?

have you tried downloading those bit torrent thingies that dru puts up?

it's a good way to see some of the action...

RedXtreme
10-24-2005, 03:14 PM
:D
How cool! Hope my son didn't annoy yours; he has a bad habit of doing that. Is your son in the 7th or the 8th grade?
He was in the 8th grade. Jake Oerman #88 on the b team but did play some on A

Skip Towne
10-24-2005, 03:28 PM
:D
How cool! Hope my son didn't annoy yours; he has a bad habit of doing that. Is your son in the 7th or the 8th grade?
My daughter is a senior at Field-Kindley.

BigRedChief
10-24-2005, 07:42 PM
He was in the 8th grade. Jake Oerman #88 on the b team but did play some on A

My son was on the "A" team and can kick your son's butt!:p

Skip Towne
10-24-2005, 07:47 PM
My son was on the "A" team and can kick your son's butt!:p
My daughter can get her boyfriend to kick your son's butt.

BigRedChief
10-24-2005, 07:53 PM
My daughter can get her boyfriend to kick your son's butt.
Cool. Maybe some pay per view money for us parents?

greg63
10-24-2005, 08:15 PM
My daughter is a senior at Field-Kindley.

Cool, my son is a fresman this year.

greg63
10-24-2005, 08:17 PM
My daughter can get her boyfriend to kick your son's butt.

Does your daughters boyfriend play football by any chance?

greg63
10-24-2005, 08:26 PM
He was in the 8th grade. Jake Oerman #88 on the b team but did play some on A
The big #88 Tony G's. number. My son's name is Gregory also, (after me) and I asked him about Jake and he said he knows him as well.

Skip Towne
10-24-2005, 08:39 PM
Does your daughters boyfriend play football by any chance?
I don't think so. He's a member of the Aryan Brotherhood. He beats up football players.

Rain Man
10-24-2005, 08:42 PM
My daughter can get her boyfriend to kick your son's butt.


You have a single daughter?

If my wife ever leaves me for the pool boy, can I have your daughter's hand in marriage? I want to be your son-in-law.

greg63
10-24-2005, 08:49 PM
I don't think so. He's a member of the Aryan Brotherhood. He beats up football players.

I'll tell Gregory that he had better behave himself. :D

dacoolman88
02-04-2006, 01:28 PM
definatly Elvis!

greg63
02-08-2007, 07:16 PM
definatly Elvis!

Well he does seem to be the Planet Favorite. :)

greg63
12-02-2009, 08:11 AM
Bumpity! :D