Authorities are busy alerting the public of an addictive new drug that they have discovered has been being consumed en-mass at Bronco Stadium the past few seasons.
It's called The Wave, and the side effects include cluelessness, sporadic waving of arms, and standing up for no reason.
The worst thing about this new drug is the fact that it is highly contagious. A few isolated cases can infect an entire stadium of Bronco fans, causing the arm waving to increase exponentially. Even the fans that came to watch with the purest of intentions often end up joining in this mindless action. This generally occurs sometime during the late third to early fourth quarter, when the second string team is beginning to trickle into the mix.
Bronco fans, do not be fooled. Although the few guilty persons who start the uprising may not be truly interested in the game, the game is not over when they begin infecting the crowd with this highly distracting narcotic. Not only are the symptoms of this drug distracting to the fans who care what is going on in the game, it must also be considered what the second string players must think of this alternate form of entertainment. Didn't these people intend to watch a football game when they bought their tickets? It shouldn't matter if the second teamers are on the field. They are all one play away from being the starters, and deserved to be treated that way.
Here is a simple rule, which may help people to avoid intoxication. If you wouldn't do it when the game was 21-21, then don't do it when it's 42-0.
The only way that Bronco Stadium can be rid of this contemptible practice, is for those opposed to it to make this known. If someone near you starts 'waving', put your hands in your pockets, scowl, and remain firmly seated. If enough people are willing to stand up, or rather sit down, for what's right, we can stop this shameful display before it gets started.
My Bronco Friends, just say 'no'.