To watch the Texas Rangers-Oakland A's game, that is. Relax.
Interesting night in San Antonio.
While I was gallivanting around town with both owner Jerry Jones' caravan (even at 66 the dude can throw down) and a 1310 AM The Ticket traveling birthday party in which a member of the group may or may not have had some interaction with local law enforcement (come to think of it, the tale loosely involves Norm Hitzges, BaD Radio and The Hardline; I'll let them provide the details), Galloway searched for a cozy sports bar in which to take in yet another damaging Rangers' loss to the lowly A's.
Pronounced Galloway in the end ...
"I'm going to The Ticket."
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