"The time has come," the Walrus said, "To talk of many things: Of shoes—and ships—and sealing wax— Of cabbages—and kings— And why the sea is boiling hot— And whether pigs have wings." This is also a good time to think about what the WUSA fans that are not in, or close to, a WUSA city can do to help the league and what the league can, should, and is able to, do to help the far flung fans in their endeavors. I have a couple of ideas and I have heard a LOT more in other threads and I just thought that a thread aimed at this, and this alone, would be a good idea. In this thread I would hope that talk of play quality, expansion, contraction, team movement, trades, draft picks, referees, and other things like that will be at a minimum. My two ideas: 1. Find a creative way to get more games on channels that most of the country can see. One game a week on PAX, or any other network is NOT enough and the games that are on strictly local channels do nothing to build the league. 2. Commit the league to the open cup and play the later games in cities that do not have a WUSA team. That means that the WUSA would play almost all of their games as an away game BUT that would be good for the league. Beginning with the quarterfinals the games should be in cities that do not have a WUSA team and should be double headers to draw the max fans. These two would help the league get exposure and that would be a good thing. I would like to hear other ideas and then, if there are any that are truly any good then maybe someone could formalize them and get them in front of the league. I know that there is a supporters summit but it is impossible for many outlying fans to get there and, I believe, it takes more than just a summit to get anything to happen.