Girl takes to Twitter to criticize â€śKKKâ€ť sign at baseball game, but thereâ€™s one big problem with her outrage | Rare
"A young lady at a baseball game became the time-honored dunce when she complained about the â€śKKKâ€ť sign in the outfield. Atlanta-native Sania Kay was at a Braves baseball game when she noticed the sign in the outfield and tweeted her distaste, writing â€śdefinitely NOT ok.â€ť Of course, the Bravesâ€™ stadium is not a home of proud white supremacists; instead, what Sania encountered was the â€śK-Corner.â€ť Almost every stadium has one of them, the so-called â€śliving scorecardâ€ť where fans in the outfield keep track of the home pitcherâ€™s strikeouts. Of course, Sania quickly got ridiculed online for her cluelessness."
Well, the average IQ in the United States is 99, from published studies (yes, I know..."IQ isn't a sign of intelligence," etc. and thanks for pointing that out a few weeks ago ;-). It's beginning to seem to me that that's a tad too optimistic, if this young lady's cognition is any indication.