There has been another fight between Houston high school students and Katrina evacuees which resulted in 27 arrests. There have been about a dozen of these occurrences in the greater Houston area. A girl made a gang sigh in or near the cafeteria and a boy loudly cursed NO. It was a fight between girls. Westbury HS has 2500 students about which 300 are evacuees. One mother said, "After Katrina, I hate say it, but it's been chaos. It's really sad. It's truly sad." Graffitti on a bathroom door reads, "New Orleans takin' over". It is crossed out and then say, "H-town Forever." The phrase go home is scrawled and is answered by a "no". Profanities litter the door. Sorry to keep bringing this up but there has been a BIG increase in crime here. The higher ups claim not so but they are full of chit. But I still don't see why our kids want to taunt the NO kids. I also heard this morning that alot of evacuees that ended up north are coming back because they can't take the cold. Driving around town I still am seeing so many LA license plates I think I'm in the wrong state. LOL I guess this situation is going to last along time. I guess so many of the evacuees stayed here (Houston) because it is the largest city closest to their hometown and probably has better job and housing opportunites. A funny. My friend and I were driving down Westheimer (the main drag here). It was a Sat. night and we had just left Chuy's (a mexican place) after having 3 margaritas. We were stopped at a light by a car with LA plates and 3 guys in it. I asked them how they liked Houston. They said they liked it and probably were gonna stay. But one guy said he was going home meaning NO. So, anyway we ditched them a few lights up cuz they were flirting too much. LOL The only reason I chatted them up was cuz my friend was on the phone so I couldn't listen to the radio and I was bored.