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We were having this same old discussion while driving home together one night over the Thanksgiving Holiday.  While traveling back along the desolate stretch from Lubbock to Austin out along Highway 84, Dorothy said she could feel them there, the demons.  I figured that a lot of her feelings stemmed from the highway itself, being that this place was where all those women had been murdered twenty years before.  I asked her if this was the case and Dorothy said no, she thought the demons had come here because Lubbock was a god-fearing town, the first to embrace Bush’s abstinence only policy, that this was a reason the devil had begun his attack.  Dorothy said her cousin had probably just been an early victim.  Lubbock and its surrounding areas now have the highest STD rate in the state and the highest pregnancy problem in the country, which Dorothy explained wasn’t any fault of the people.