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When These Kids Go To A Baseball Game, One Is In Severe Danger Of Death

Take me out to the ballgame,Take me out to the crowd.Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks,Someone call an ambulance immediately because one of the 1.4% of children who are crazy allergic to peanuts is having a serious allergic reaction.For it's root, root root for the home team,If they don't win it's a seriously, someone needs to call an ambulance right away.(Don't sing this part) It may be a bummer for some, but stadiums that opt out of selling peanuts really are making things better for the community. I happen to really like peanuts, but a growing number of children do not share my inclination.

When These Kids Go To A Baseball Game, One Is In Severe Danger Of Death
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