Good to know which sections to avoid. If you are going to go for the self-aggrandizing dance steps, have more than one of them.
I wonder how long before Nats320 challenges him to a King of the Creepers contest.
If you think Tripp is a creeper, then don't invite him on a date with your daughter. Personally, I think Nats Park could use more Tripps and fewer silent suits who spend more time in the Presidents or Stars & Stripes Club than they do in their seats watching the game.
The other guy you mention pissed off a lot of people (and yes, creeped some of them out) by the things he wrote. Tripp hasn't insulted anybody or asked for anything. He just invites fans to have fun with him, and he doesn't dance during at bats. Is he crazy? I'm sure he'd say so. Is he good for the atmosphere at the park? Absolutely.
In my youth, I loved going to Wrigley Field and sitting in the left field bleachers. Part of the character of the place was the certifiably insane characters who hung out in the bleachers: Ronnie Woo Woo, The Bleacher Preacher, the Shawon-o-Meter Guy. I can't remember them all. I'm proud to say the Nationals are developing some crazies of our own. Never thought I'd be one of 'em, but some things you can never predict.