Apparently there’s a big hoo-hah about where Major League Baseball is going to play their so-called “All-Star” game this year because Georgia is an eeevil place because they want to prevent voter fraud such as happened in the 2020 elections. Other states have weighed in (notably Texas), and so on and so on.
In the first place, MLB should call the All-Star game what it really is — the Steroid Festival — but what really gives me the giggles is that they think that their sport, or any sport come to think of it, matters more than a pitcher’s mound of beans in the grand scheme of things.
I note with great pleasure that the PGA has not got involved in this wokism, because unlike baseball, they know which side their bread is buttered on. (Boycotting Georgia, when the Masters Tournament is played at Augusta? Don’t make me laugh.) Still on the subject of buttered bread, MLB seems to have forgotten who comprises their core fan base, and playing little wokester games is probably not high on the list of priorities for that group.
Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of shills and fraudsters.
As for the rest of us — that growing number of people like myself who are becoming disaffected with corporate wokism and alienated from all the companies that practice it — where MLB plays their little All-Star game matters less than a flat tire on a pickup.