Right back atcha. It's good to find people that can keep the conversation civil without breaking into a Jerry Springer episode. Whatever I say is not meant to offend or anger. I'm just trying to learn. It's all good. It took place during my grandfather's time around the 20's and 30's. So, it's before Civil Rights kicked into gear. I don't know exactly how much info is actually written down about it, but I'll see if I can find some sort of link or something. I am basing that on my own personal experince and what my family and neighbors have said. They were being arrested and imprisoned (yes, imprisoned) during the same time as stated above. My grandmother was arrested (more harrassed than anything, but she did get arrested) for speaking to a grocery clerk in Indian (because she didn't know the English word) and someone overheard it and turned her in. That's when my grandfather changed our family name to avoid further persecution. He also made his family stop speaking cajun or indian in public. Granted a lot of this took place before more humane rights and civil rights were implemented, but, it did happen. That's fine. I completely understand. I was there whn it happened. Just about every time I saw a plane after that, it made me so nervous. I don't however, believe that it was just a Muslim thing. I would be curious to hear what some on this board think about it. That's cool. Ever do a sweatlodge? Boy, can they be helpful. BTW, I'm glad that we can have a good conversation without being idiots. I congratulate you too for being open minded and understanding. Play on!