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How Much Are Cowboys Season Tickets for Urns and Ashes, Anyway?

From a most curious Associated Press piece concerning the dead and their desire to posthumously watch their favorite teams, this note concerning the Dallas Cowboys no-ashes policy at Texas Stadium:

"It probably happens and we sort of turn a blind eye if people are discreet," said Rich Dalrymple, spokesman for the Dallas Cowboys. "But we don't really feel it's appropriate. And besides, these things have a way of turning into elaborate ceremonies and we don't want a stream of hearses pulling up to the stadium."
Which, as you will note in the next paragraph, did not stop one Al Everest. --Robert Wilonsky
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