My 15-year-old is about to become an Eagle Scout, and one of the things boys do in that situation nowadays is write to politicians and people they admire, asking for congratulatory letters to display at their Court of Honor. My son wrote to all of our local representatives, several former presidents, the head coach of our favorite college basketball team, and Jerry Jones. He received a package from Jerry yesterday! It included the following: -A congratulatory letter that was actually slightly customized -An autographed (we think he actually did sign it by hand) picture -Two copies of Star Magazine -A Cowboys sticker -A small autographed (don't think he actually signed this one) Cowboys pennant -A pocket schedule -A larger copy of the team schedule My son was nearly floating on the ceiling after getting all of this. It was so cool of the organization to go above and beyond. NOW ... here's the funny part: On the larger copy of the schedule, the word "Preseason" was spelled "Preason". I have no idea how this happens, but it was pretty damned amusing to me, as someone who writes for a living. The schedule was printed on high-quality cardstock, so it wasn't just some random thing that a secretary typed out.