At least they are here and you aren't there. Spending Ramadan as a Westerner in a Muslim country (Bahrain) sucked wind in a BAD way. Most of us who were out and about during the day honored the religion and also didn't eat between dawn and dusk. Those who did gave us all a bad name though. Bahrain is a tourist city so all the restaurants and fast food joints were open during the day for the camera jockeys but we had to be there as "employees of the US Government" and were expected to be more sensitive to the culture. I think the brain dead tourists should have been as well. Once you had an "in" by being respectful the parties and food after the sun went down were GREAT! But the looks and foul tempers during the day made us a bit jumpy at times. G2 On Wed, 12 Oct 2005 19:00:41 -0500 Sharon Chamberlain <iluvvws@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > We take care of engineers from foreign oil companies that Halliburton has > sold logging equip for wells, they come to Ft Worth or Houston for training > and inspection of equip, these India guys bought like $80 million(10 trucks) > so they get a week long tour of Texas-kiss kiss. I am driving 4 Turks now, > two are Muslim and don't eat during the day- Ramadan, they don't talk much > either and they're making me miss both shows this weekend.