. . . that they don't get any press attention.
What's Your Plainsman, chopped liver?
Well, I suppose I can't expect everyone to have found this mighty engine of responsible Ticket journalism.
I mean, where else can you get stuff like this? Before I started this site I looked for an unaffiliated Ticket blog with extended commentary and thought I'd find a bunch but didn't find one. (Richie Whitt really can't be expected to spend all his time on Ticket matters.) The UnTicket is outstanding and a great resource but has a different agenda. GrubesIsMyLeader.com is also great, but pretty flame-y and doesn't really have a consistent editorial voice.
So tell your pals: It's Great to Read My Ticket Confession.
(Hey, I just did a self-promo, just like The Little Ticket.)
PS: Speaking of journalism: This morning (Wednesday) Junior was talking about the horrific, hateful comments left by some readers of the online Dallas Morning News in response to news articles, and how some media sites are starting to monitor and regulate their message boards. I'm delighted to say that so far, I haven't had to take down a single comment from a visitor to this site. One anonymous poster called Cat a douche, but I can tolerate the occasional ad hominem remark, as long as it doesn't catch on. My thanks to all civilized Confessors.