Sorry, folks, I was at the game and it was fine that we won, but what a beating this has been. I was hoping there would be another story in the DMN today, that basically said "Oh yeah, white people hate the stadium too" but no such luck. This is never going to truly be my team because I already have a fantasy about a Dallas team. I was driving out the darkened hightway whatever the *#*#*#*# number it is to get to Southlake thinking that Frisco is only going to be about three minutes closer. I was thinking about the way they are marketing this team to soccer moms and kids and the way that the fans were given the big FU. We are building 20,000 stadiums, which to me means simply that if this league continues to grow, we may have the opportunity, sooner than we think, of having subway series, or in our case, a light rail series. I think suburban Chicago/Chicago, suburban Dallas/Dallas, LA/Orange County, and the New York area could all probably have dual teams. I don't think we need to foster strife, but we have some nice comparisons: Ethnicity/Demographics (Frisco Burn: White-Soccer Mom Fair Park: Ethnic/Urban) Religion Frisco: Protestant/Fair Park: Catholic Child in the stands Frisco: Women's soccer team fan/select soccer team member Fair Park: (Baby dragged along to game). Marketing strategy Frisco: Family season tickets/soccer teams Fair Park: Walk ups. Flexipass/individual season ticket packages/Hispanic family season tickets. I want the Fair Park team (no official mascot) to be black and white or orange and white or even green and white and to have a grass field and to sell beer. I think its marketing as a working class team will itself be its own marketing strategy. So I agree. No more talking about different colors for our Frisco team. So in any case, I am going to continue to support the Burn. Until Dallas gets a team. And if they turn out to be the Chicago Cubs, fantastic.