C.K. (the female one) and her partner were there, and J.A., too. I didn't really catch up with them too much. As I was getting ready to leave, I heard them discuss vegetarianism. J.A. is still a vegetarian. C.K. said that she sometimes ate chicken and seafood now. I remembered having discussions with them about that in college. I was never a vegetarian.
Maybe next alumni event I'll catch up with them more. I would like to get a history of the organization project going with the alumni group, as I've posted about. I may talk to S.P. about it, and/or T.A. They might be interested.
Later: I talked to A. for about an hour and a half. He caught me up on his life.
I'm adding the friends tag for A., though we haven't met in person and just talk online and on the phone. J.A. and I were friends for a while, though we had our differences. A group of us were friends in college. I should get in touch with G.L. again. He called me his "f*g hag," and I was generally known as "the bisexual f*g hag." There was quite a debate about whether someone who was queer themselves could be called a "f*g hag." G.L. answered that. I didn't call him what he called himself. It wouldn't have been right for me to do it. It wasn't a slur I could reclaim.
I can't believe I'm using asterisks on my own journal, but I know there are a few people who read it at least now and then. If it was a swear word I'd just use the swear word, but I don't want to use slurs. Well, there are particular ones I don't want to use.