Hm...they're not any direct relations of mine. I didn't realize there were any that far west. That's interesting! The DeBruhls I'm related to are in North Carolina. Most people have never even heard the DeBruhl surname.
Hello again. Sorry to hear about your cats that have died. I know how difficult that can be. You asked about my two older cats, they're 6 years old, and adjusting well to having all these kittens running around the house. Have you heard about Bill Maher's new movie 'Religulous'? I'm hoping it will show in my area, I'm looking forward to seeing it. ~~ It will soon be the national election, my daughter will be able to vote for the very first time (she's 18) she's rallying her friends to vote democratic. ~~ Well have a great night...... Lorraine
It just might. It seems to be effective with vampires, which is what the RRRW is after all.
As to our own Proposition 8, my wife and I have been considering the very real possibility that if we win the Bigot Brigade will have it on the ballot again in 2 years. So we're hoping to find a way to thwart them, perhaps with a measure declaring that no more initiatives to overturn the decision would be allowed. It's senseless to have to deal with this garbage repeatedly. They always want to "let the people have their say" but only when it goes their way. Then again, you know what I'm talking about.
Or maybe we should have a vote on their marriages. *evilgrin*
Hi Ken! Thanks for the 'welcome' The little cat in the tree is my kitten 'Bono' I found him (and his brother and two sisters) in a sealed cardboard box by a dumpster back in June, while trying to find homes for them I fell in love with them... so now I have six cats! I already had two older cats... Can you imagine anyone throwing him away... now they are healthy and happy. The pic you have up of the pigeon and the baby monkey.. I have the same pic up on my wall. ...I'm new to this group, but I'm looking forward to talking with people who won't be asking me "what church do you go to? Well, have a great day... :) Lorraine
In my opinion, WL is not nearly as boring as it likely was when you were here. In the time I've been here (13 years), I've watched downtown Lafayette go from being a place with one bar and a couple restaurants to having around 8 or 10 bars and even more quality restaurants. It isn't too unlikely to have live music at at least one place any given night. We have a pirate radio station :-)
Campus (the village) and the 'Levee' have both exploded with bars and restaurants- anything from traditional American food to greek, indian, lebanese, korean, etc etc.
Anyway...there seem to be more things to do and a lot more people that stay after college, or *gasp* move here for reasons other than the university.
Another native Hoosier huh? I haven't found many ateists around here -- do you think most of them leave like you did? Living in Scottsdale must be awesome -- just beautiful! How long ago did you move from Indiana?
Your experience with your Nazarine aunt wan't typical of my experiences -- but amusing! The Nazarines I knew seemed to be normal in appearance -- just all under a delusion!
It's so nice to have a Nexus to go to where people use Reason, instead of out-dated (delusional) customs, to rule their thoughts.