A modern day carpetbagger, cuppycup is a northerner by birth and an Aggie by destiny. Cloaked in maroon and white, he lives in the shadows of Kyle Field. His first Texas A&M football game was the 1986 Cotton Bowl where the Fightin’ Texas Aggies repeatedly stuffed Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson at the goal line en route to a 36-16 victory. He thought it was awesome that Aggies said "hell" in unison. Cup has an abundance of literary accomplishments that will serve him well as a member of this staff. It would take too much space to list them all but highlights include writing for a high school newspaper, winning a poetry contest in 6th grade, and inserting "This page is intentionally left blank" notices into technical manuals. cuppycup has been fine-tuning his snark since his mommy opened a Prodigy account for him in 1990. He built his first website in 1994 which featured a prominently beveled logo. cuppycup has been a regular poster on TexAgs since 2006 who started gratuitously posting animated gifs during realignment last year. He attributes his popularity to the rubber stamp tool in Fireworks which is a version of Photoshop for idiots.
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