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First, I know very little about professional sports. The only sports I ever paid attention to were the ones in which I had a child participating….Little League baseball, little kid soccer, etc. I only know all the rules for high school football because I attended every home game of my children’s schools because I was a Band Mom for 12 years. You know…marching band? Halftime shows? I’ve never watched sports on television because I’m just not interested in the pros.
However, tonight when I was driving home I heard on my truck radio that the Atlanta Braves had beaten the Houston Astros in game three of the World Series so the next game would be played in Atlanta on Saturday night.
Ha ha ha ha!!
Isn’t this the stadium where the MLB whiners wouldn’t allow the All-Stars game to be played in July due to Georgia’s legislature voting for new laws to make their elections less able to be defrauded? Or…as it was described in various news reports: “restrictive” because it requires an ID, and signatures must be verified, and several other aspects to make it harder to cheat while voting. And then their icky (R) Governor Kemp signed it into law?
I just think it’s funny that after that whole bunch of hysteria that the Atlanta Braves earned their way into the World Series, and now a game watched by millions will be played there in that stadium and there isn’t anything the Wokesters can do about it!Published in