All morning long, Pats officials were on the radio urging people to take the train to Gillette, carpool, etc., because of the weather. So what happened? The f*cking train filled up at South Station and couldn't make scheduled stops at Back Bay, Dedham (where I was waiting) and Norwood. BOTTOM LINE: THEY WEREN'T PREPARED TO FILL THE DEMAND THEY SO URGENTLY GENERATED. So they finally scrambled a second train to pick up all the folks left waiting. We finally got to Gillette, but not until the game is well into the second quarter. This included an unanticipated stop at Walpole station where they emptied the train and we had to stand in snowdrifts waiting another 20 minutes for a train coming from the other direction. It's fiascos like this that prevent people from doing something sensible, like taking public transportation to Gillette. I know that next time it snows I'll be thinking twice about driving instead of putting myself in position to miss the game because the MBTA is asleep at the proverbial wheel. I hope the Krafts are aware of what happened.