By now, everyone has seen the 28 year old who knocked a four-year-old kid out of the way to get a foul ball at a Rangers game. We've watched the boys mother smack the man and call him a jerk for acting like the foul ball was the Hope Diamond. I can imagine anyone acting foolishly without a moment to think about it. I can imagine jumping over a row a chairs without pausing to ask if anyone might be injured (or if a four-year-old ought to have first rights at grabbing the ball). But the bad part is that afterward, he seemed really proud of himself and refused to apologize or offer the ball to the little boy. Turns out the man is a former youth minister! Don't you know his lock-ins were fun. Reminds me of a Seinfeld episode (not that I actually saw it!) where George knocks a bunch of kids and a great grandma out of the way when he discovers that there is smoke in the house. He tries feebly to explain later that really he was a hero--that someone had to lead the way out of the house and that everyone knows you're supposed to get down when there is smoke--and that actually they should be thanking him!