I'm going to school at the University of Arkansas for a degree in International Relations (Far East specialty), of which I still have 2 years, maybe 3 (if I'm lazy, which I am!) left until I move on to a Masters level studies. You guys might want to remember me when I become ambassador to China, or Vietnam preferably. I don't know why, but you just should. :lol: I also work at the school for a grant called the College Assitance Migratory Program, or CAMP. We get students who are both migrants and agricultural workers into some kind of secondary education. We work primarily with Hispanics, but there's a few Laotian students and good 'ole German-Canadian-American me. It's a great program, it pays for their and my tuition and books, provides tutors (me also being one of those), and pays us $170 a month as long as our grades are good . In my freetime I work on a farm, we have 50 head of cattle (plus babies!) and at least 3,000 rabbits. All this farm stuff is new material for me, I'm just an agriculturally-ignorant city-slicker! I enjoy hanging out with my friends (oddly they're all 4+ years older than I am, and my best friend, Brandon, is about to have his first child) and partying, and I'm sure everyone knows what that entails. :smok: Tony wrote: Teasers?! Can you give is a little hint to the subject matter? Please? :grin: JCalhoun, I for one thank you for the job that you do. I was in Mobile, Al, a few years back, and the water was delicious!