Yes I live in cow country but an oil field boom has made it a town with out of towners living here too. I just read something that reminded me of something that happened a few months ago. I came out of my doctor's office and there was an oil field truck parked so near my drivers side I had to get in on the passenger's side and crawl over the console then be careful backing out so as not to hit the truck. How did I know it was an oil field out of towner? They had decals all over bragging about their oil field money. At first it made me very angry. After I though on it I wondered if this person has a grandmother or mother who is ill and pecking on the door of old age. If I had found some paper I would have left a note on their windshield. No not a nasty note, a note that read "God Bless Your Mom and Grandmother". Just to say there are good and bad people everywhere. Yesterday I was ordering two Orange Freezes (they are sooo good) at Taco Bell while four oil field workers were standing a few feet from me waiting for their food. The lady waiting on me and the men were discussing their ages. All were in their forties. One of the men looked at me and said I bet she doesn't agree with us. I said I was just wishing I was forty instead of almost eighty. He said well if I could stand up as straight as you and look as good as you at eighty I hope I live that long. He said my grandmother says the golden years are not so golden. Thank you, you make my day. Just to say you can't always judge people. Some are nice and some are not everywhere.