Thomas Jefferson didn’t seem clear on the concept.
Tuesday was National Read A Book Day, and so when the Washington Nationals presidents race began, it stood to reason that the Sage of Monticello, who started the Library of Congress with a donation from his personal library, skipped the race to read a giant book in the first base foul territory.
But as his opponents approached the finish line, Jefferson’s competitive nature got the best of him, and he wielded the book like a weapon to take out his opponents.
UPDATE: As revealed by alert friend @NatsBobbles, who was in section 134, Jefferson was reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Apparently our nation’s third president is about eleven years behind on the boy wizard saga. If you see him on the centerfield concourse, don’t tell him “you know who” is back.