Dennis Croskey writes: I can relate to every word of the section on the Broadway show. Greetings came out my freshman year of college, and I've been a fan ever since, and have gone pretty much exclusively Bruce and E Street since the Reunion Tour. Each round of Broadway sales I was verified, but always Standby. Never got a smell of a code.

I'm not entitled to a ticket, but I do feel like I'm at least entitled to a chance. I'd rather have to fight the bots and brokers than have Ticketmaster decide that I have no shot at all and can"t even try. In my view, the whole Ticketmaster process has been a PR disaster with a large section of the fan base.

I'm not really sure what all this means for my future as a fan. Haven't listened to a Bruce song in months, and have no desire to. I must still be interested, because I check your site and other fan sites often, but I just feel left out, ignored, and bruised by the whole thing. Don't know if I'm totally done, but I do know I'm at least done for a while. And I'll miss it, but I doubt anybody cares.