Lately, I have been very frustrated with the fact that I cannot have a direct impact on the growth and prosperity of Major League Soccer. I live beyond a five-hour drive to the closest team and I don’t live in a large television market, so I am not even reflected in the TV ratings—I am only a fractional guess based on a larger TV market hundreds of miles away. I want the league to succeed, but I can’t help. I proposing the thought—if individual teams in MLS went public having stock, would you buy? The stock, I propose, would go more towards infastructure, rather than a player pool. This means stadiums, training facilities, and youth development. We will never have any say/control over salary cap issues, or DP/ DPs(?), the league always will, but the fact that DC United can’t get a stadium built or Toronto can’t have real grass (even Norway has grass on their fields—don’t give me the weather excuse again!) is just a crying shame. But if I could invest in the league, maybe I could make a difference? Note: Please, don’t suggest that I can buy AEG stock-- I am talking about the possiblity of FC Dallas or Houston Dynamo shares. Thoughts?