Nats fans do their taxes at Nats Park

It’s hard to tell exactly what’s going on here, but the person who posted this photo claims it was a couple preparing their taxes at Nats Park Wednesday night.

(Via @tomcblock and @blaireskins.)

Now, when I go to live sporting events, I can barely stand to watch what’s going on for more than 10 or 20 seconds at a time, because I can’t fall behind on Twitter, so I sympathize with this couple. And heck, if you already have tickets and have yet to file, why not sit outside on a beautiful April evening and enjoy some cold $9 brews while tallying up the damage?

Also, a quick look at the seats behind home plate when Ian Desmond was hitting a home run on Tuesday indicates that perhaps 55 percent of those in view were actually watching Desmond’s swing. I’m tellling you, it’s hard to pay attention in the digital age. There are so many distractions. Why just the other day, I was

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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