We don't protest in Pittsburgh. We don't take action. We do nothing more than complain to each other. It's what we do.
In the six-plus hours I spent inside or outside PNC Park at this home opener, for which so much had been stirred up on social media and even among organized groups, not a blessed thing occurred. I'd heard directly from two groups in the weeks leading up to the game, one of which was supposedly raising money to buy 35,000 brown bags, another of which was planning some march or walkout, and not a blessed thing occurred.
To repeat from the column linked above, I don't care one way or the other. My commentary in the initial piece and here again is simply this: Let's not ever waste anyone's time in the future even discussing stuff like this.