At The Atlantic Wire, we have an editorial policy not to print
letters that are unsigned, undated, or written by vermin. The Wall
Street Journal does not share this philosophy, as evidenced by their
decision to publish
a poorly-spelled open letter from New Meadowlands Stadium rats taking
credit for the generator shortage that delayed
Sunday's Cowboys-Giants game by 12 minutes. While we continue to
believe no good can come of giving the Meadowlands rats a forum to air
their tiny grievances, it should be noted that their letter contains the
1. WE wanT All OF oUR OlD SEETS BACK and
WE DONTT WanT 2 PAY FUR A DUMB "PERRSONAL SEET LICENSE," GOTT it?
We WaNT BOth THE JeTz AND THE FUTBALL GIANTS TO HoSt "RATZ
APPRESHEEASHUN DAY" WITH freEE FOOD anD PARRKING—AND LET A RAT DO THE
3. WE wanT TOM COFFLIN TO SToPPP LooKING SO MADDD all
4. WE wanT ReX RYYAN to SToP LEAVING emPTy WRAPPERs
5. WE WANT BOOMeR ESAISUNN'S JEtZ NuMMBER to B
6. WE WANT GARANTEED TICKUTS FOR THE 2014 SUPER BWOL AND
ALL SPRINGSTEEEN AND BON JOVVY SHOWZ.
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