A man sits down in his seat at the Superbowl, one of the best in the stadium. He's near the action and the view is amazing. Eventually, after the game has progressed past the one hour mark, he notices that the seat on his left is empty, but the next one over is occupied by an older man who is attending by himself.
"Excuse me, but do you know if this seat is taken?" asks the first man. "What kind of fool with pass up the chance for one of the best seats to the Superbowl?"
The older man replies, "It would have been my wife's seat. We bought the tickets before she passed away. She was such a big football fan! We've seen every Superbowl for the past 30 years!"
"Oh, I'm sorry to hear that," the first man says. "But couldn't you find another relative or a friend to come here with you?"
The older man replies with a shrug, "They're all at the funeral!"