Today's meeting attracted quite a lot of attention outside Carmarthenshire, and I have already been contacted by several people who are familiar with the workings of councils elsewhere.
It is always useful to get the views of outsiders, and the reactions are of shock and amazement at the culture which has been allowed to develop in our county council. Rude, patronising, arrogant and smug are among the publishable words. One wrote, "I cannot believe the way the chief executive talks to councillors".
The trouble is that it's been going on for so long, we have come to think that this is normal.
Not the usual post-match analysis because work means that Cneifiwr will not be able to get round to watching the meeting until the weekend. If you missed it, the broadcast should be available in the archive from some point tomorrow here.
By all accounts today's meeting was the usual travesty, with Labour and the Independents combining to shoot down criticism of the downgrade (sorry, "upskilling and reconfiguration") of accident and emergency services at Llanelli's Prince Philip Hospital.
Attempts by councillors to discuss the current scandals involving the libel indemnity and pensions tax dodge were also quashed, thanks to the usual manipulation and innovative interpretations put on the rule book by the Prevention of Democracy department.
So there we are. The two biggest issues in Carmarthenshire at the moment. One voted down, and the other ignored.