By elimination, dishonesty is the second-best policy. -George Carlin
Question #10458 posted on 11/20/2004 4:11 a.m.

Dear 100 Hour Board,
Why is what looks like saran wrap around the statues of Brigham Young and the "naked Indian"?
- Becky

A: Dear Becky,

They are there to protect the statue from iminent vandalisim by Ute fans with severe infiriority complexes, thinking that we are going to trash them in the game Saturday.

A: Dear Becky,

Like I heard on the radio this morning, "The statues at Brigham Young University have all been covered with saran wrap to stop anything red from getting on them this week."

- Some Guy
A: Dear Becky,

I get cold in winter, too. And honestly, isn't it nice to have the 'naked Indian' clothed for once, all you who like to bring up that he's breaking the honor code? Next we should try and shoe that girl reading in the library. Honestly! Her shoes are off in a public place! Speaking of the Indian, though, if a muumuu were to appear on him sometime soon, there's a good possibililty the Utes would get blamed. Not that I endorse such goings-on, of course.

-Uffish Thought
A: Dear Becky,
Just wait until the Saran Wrap comes off! The muu-muu has finally arrived, and we're itching to get that Naked indian BYU-appropriate. Look for the change on monday. That is, if the Crazy Glue has arrived by then! No, just kidding about the glue. Hyuck hyuck hyuck!