VIDEO: Nationals Fan Yells At Braves Fans For Doing Tomahawk Chop

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Washington D.C. will forever be known as the City Of Other Teams' Sports Fans Infiltrating Our Stadiums, and last weekend's three-game series between the Nationals and Braves was no exception. Atlanta's fanbase isn't as robust or obnoxious as the Phillies, but it was still in full force at Nationals Park this weekend, doing the annoying Tomahawk Chop thing that it always does.

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If you're an angry Nationals fan that didn't do anything about all that, fear not, for we have our leader in this crusade. Finally, one man has stood forward to fight the good fight. He's our William Wallace or John Adams, if you will, the man who will lead us to glory with his "This Ain't Atlanta!" battle cry. 

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Now, it's on us as Nationals fans to join the fight. Nationals Park is our stadium. We, and we alone, are the ones who should be able to get drunk and do crazy things. Opposing fans can go back to their homes and hide in fear of our drunken fandom.

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UPDATE: In case it wasn't clear, the last two paragraphs were completely tongue-in-cheek.

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(HT: Nationals Enquirer).

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