I pretty much don’t understand about three quarters of the human population. If we really are the top of the food chain, I’m not sure how so many of us are so goddamn stupid. Like you’d think the fucking crabs would have the ability to overthrow us by this point. At least they know to hide themselves in the ocean where dangerous things can’t get to them. You got humans fucking throwing themselves in front of the bullets and then wondering why they’re suddenly full of holes. Like this dude who decided to jump into the New York Yankees‘ dugout in order to meet the players.
Via Fox Sports:
“A fan fell from the stands at Safeco Field into the Yankees’ dugout, startling just about everyone there. Brian McCann, who had the day off, provided the details to reporters afterward, per the New York Daily News:
“He hit his head on the ground; it looked like he was out of it. He basically knocked himself out. It was a loud thud, I turned around and he was out of it.”
Yankees manager Joe Girardi hinted that the fan might have been enjoying an adult beverage or two, adding that he got up after his initial tumble before falling again.
“It kind of freaked me out, actually,” Girardi said. “I think he tried to jump in, but he was probably not in a state to be walking.”
As you might have guessed, security quickly arrived and removed the surprise guest.”
This is what I’m saying. Why is this guy allowed out in public? His first thought after crushing a few $10 beers was to take the leap of faith into the Yankees dugout. Like why has nature allowed this guy to get this far. He’s taking up valuable global real estate the rest of us could be using. Maybe I wanted to go to the Yankee game but couldn’t because this guy had to go. So, instead of having someone like me who was probably going to spend $100 on beer and is way too lazy to jump into any dugout, they have this idiot in there. This is why I’m not going to stand on ceremony and say I’m opposed to the Zika virus. We need a new plague to thin the herd a little bit. At least free up some real estate for people who won’t be jumping into dugouts.