there are a lot of PFAs here. I was out tonight getting pizza with my best friend, and a homeless guy said something to us when Sarah said she only had credit - about buying a 40oz. and a pack of cigarettes - but I still noticed the predominance of our kind here. everyone here has thick glasses, asymmetrical haircuts, vintage clothes, and many have liberal t-shirts. you'd expect everyone in Texas to drive a truck, and many of them do (two hicks whistled at us in the park today, from their truck on the road, as we were walking). but I've seen more persistant Kerry/Edwards stickers on the back of cars than W. granted, this city is all about a huge arts-centered university, likely populated by more PFA's than most. driving alongside campus in 80+ degree weather, I saw a guy wearing a blazer. it screamed PFA to me, and I smiled.
it's pretty cool here though. there's a recycle bookstore with a layout like castle. everything from presidential history to nutrition to why math equations are sexy to every fiction book you could imagine. and a SHITLOAD of used vinyl. if that's not PFA, then I don't know what is!
rock the fuck on.