http://discuss.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/zforum/04/r_sports_tkwilbon041204.htm "Fredericksburg, Virginia: I have to admit I was a little surprised by the amount of vitriol you guys showed toward MLS and DC United on George Michael's show on Saturday. You guys kept saying "people say we don't get soccer." Do you really get that many comments from people, or is it possible you guys just overreacted? I'm a soccer person, and am just glad you guys are even talking about Freddy and MLS in the first place. Hope to see you guys out at a game or two this year. Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon: Hundreds of e-mails. Hundreds. Several hundred. And what the soccer people don't seem to get in most cases (and I'm glad you are an exception) is that what Tony and I are talking about it isn't about sports. It's about the MLS claiming that Freddy Adu was going to push it into the forefront of sporting culture in America. That, and the MLS has to sell itself, has to market itself. Freddy Adu can't do that on the bench. I don't want to hear this junk that he has to "fit in with the team first." Nothing about this kid fits in. Not his age (14), not his salary ($500,000 a year), not his size (5 ft. 5 inches), not his talent and not his importance. And whoever doesn't get that... well, I'll leave it at that. --Mike " Ok, so who sent in an email like that on this board? And who still doesn't get it?