I think the number that KU is most interested in is the one with the dollar sign in front of it.
Woo-hoo! Way to pass the buck, dude. Hey, we all want to be safe, right? And nothing worries me more than a baby at a football game. Thanks, on behalf of humanity for seeing that terrible threat and nipping it in the bud.
SECURITY: Is that a bomb or a baby?
CUSTOMER: It's a baby.
SECURITY: I don't know - it sure looks like a bomb. Doesn't smell like one, though.
CUSTOMER: Trust me, it's a baby. See the eyes moving?
SECURITY: Yeah ... I thought they were detonators.
CUSTOMER: Ugggh. Look, I already paid.
SECURITY: Oh. Well, OK. If it was a bomb, I guess we wouldn't have charged you. Go ahead.
CUSTOMER: Thanks. Go Jayhawks.
I'm not sure that taking a baby to a sporting event is a great idea to begin with, but sometimes I guess parents can't find (or won't pay) a babysitter. It isn't like the kid is going to have a fond memory to draw on later in life, so maybe the best option is to leave the kids at home?