I hate you! I hate you! You're an embarrassment! Tell me I was adopted! Please!
Nothing harder than that day when a child finds out his father is just a man. Like anyone else, he's fallible, prone to mistakes, not always capable of catching balls hit by major league baseball players. Most of the time, the realization is internalized, triggering a loss of faith in the old man and development of the child's sense of self. In the case of this child who is upset his father blew the chance to catch a foul ball, he chose to externalize: