Slate.com received a copy of a training document handed out to Free Tibet supporters to refer to when they go to baseball games to protest the Beijing Olympics of 2008.
The manual instructs protesters to interact "respectfully" with excitable baseball fans (Page 6): "Most of us … have been confronted with someone who seems to be perpetually negative … here are eight ways to deal." Rudeness in the bleachers? "[I]nstead of zinging off the first thing that comes to mind … count saliently to ten … step back mentally and create some space between you and your angry/negative person" (Page 6).
Just try that at Fenway Park the next time the Yankees are in town. Good luck with that.