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January 30, 2007

New Gaming Site – Future


So, here I was one evening seven days ago, hanging out in a yahoo chat room just passing time, when one of my girlfriends told me about this gaming site.  She told me Kat you need to check it out.  After putting up an initial fuss I bopped over the Future Criminal and signed up.  So here I am this noob (slang for newbie) who had no clue what she was in for.  Having my girlfriend walk me through getting a job (yes you have a job, but it doesn’t pay diddly squat… kind of like real life) and opening up a bank account, I was confident that I could handle what came my way.  Little did I expect to spend the rest of the night in the hospital having been cyber tossed from a building, into traffic and numerous other things.

The next day partnering up with one of my dearest male friends, I spent it networking.  Meeting up with some pretty nifty people, who were more than willing to take me under their wings and teach me to play this game.    Events happen in real time.  When you go to jail you can be there for 1 minute to umpteen million (ok so it feels like that many) minutes, with the options of sitting there waiting for your time to be done, to bribing guards or having someone break you out of jail, you just never know what’s going to happen next, yes one could say… I LOVE THIS GAME.

The staff of Future Criminal are always willing to impart any wisdom, you just have to be smart enough to ask them.  Any issues are handled swiftly with diplomacy as would be expected of any gaming site.  Players are helpful and will take a noob under their wing to teach them the ropes.  There is fun to be had by all, even those who have never gamed before will find this site easy to navigate and understand.

So, log on to Future Criminal sign up for an account and give it a whirl, you won’t be disappointed with this fun creative gaming site!

Filed under: Fun Stuff,Life,Pursuit of Happiness by Kat at 2:43 am

January 23, 2007

Normal? What is Normal?

To some “Normal” means to conform to society’s conventional standards and expectations, yet for others “Normal” is entirely subjective and can be applicable for one person, to what another considers completely abnormal.

Example: A couple are laying in bed… she might ask her significant other to bend her over and spank her till her backside is a hot pink color.

If one is conforming to society standards, this could be considered outside of the norm, however if her Point of Reference (POR) is that of the BDSM World, then this would be considered normal, tame if you will.
So often people try to use “abnormal” as an indictment, .a means by which to insult or to demean others these people miss an important reality, that abnormal is not necessarily the desired state of being but for some, it is the “normal” that is to be avoided, shunned even, and the abnormal, the atypical, the strange, to be sought after and emulated. With so many people in the world possessing so many different values, beliefs and interests and desires, who can possibly say what is normal and more importantly, why normal should necessarily be preferred?
I often wonder about those who judge others.  Just because it’s outside of your ‘norm’ does it make it wrong?

Example: A young man is at a club, he spots another young man walking by and is attracted to him, and in speaking to the other man he finds they are both sexually attracted to each other.  They leave together.

While in some cultures this is considered ‘normal’ in others it’s considered not only abnormal but aberrant behavior. Just because something is outside of a persons POR or range of experience, does it give them the right to judge someone else on what their behaviors are? Should people be so wrapped up in their own comfort zones that they force their thoughts, beliefs and ways upon others?  Understanding that being “normal” does not necessarily mean that someone is repressed, but means that in that particular persons eyes, being “normal’ is subjective to his/her POR.

Remember one persons abnormal today might just be that persons “normal” tomorrow.  

Credits: This blog was brought about due to a sexual in nature discussion that went on last night on yahoo chat.  The individuals will remain unnamed, however I wanted to bring up the fact that, while most people find chat to be boring, un-educational and often times droll, there are times when the subject matter gives one pause to stop and think about what is being said.

Filed under: Life,Pursuit of Happiness by Kat at 4:30 pm

December 24, 2006

NORAD Tracks Santas Christmas Eve Flight

Norad Tracks Santa

NORAD is tracking Santa across the globe, following his progress as he flies from country to country spreading Christmas Joy to the billions who believe in him.

Being a firm believer in Santa myself, I’ve been following his flight closely along with my family to monitor when he will be making his appearance in Seattle, WA (yes, I am home for the holidays, having left the warmth of Southern California, for the cold and rain of Seattle)Â

I remember as a child having another little girl on our block tell me that there is no such thing as Santa… armed with this new information, I raced home to confront my mother.Â

“Mom” I said, “She told me there is no such thing as Santa” I was totally heartbroken, until my mother said in response.  “Well, Kat, Santa is real but only for those who believe, so unless you believe with all your might he won’t come for you.”  and I must say at the ripe old age of 38, I BELIEVE!!!

Corny but true.

So enjoy following Santas progess because, I to will be doing the same.  Waiting on baited breath for Santa to land upon the roof reindeer and all!

Merry Christmas to all and to all a GREAT NIGHT!!!

Happy Holidays!

Kat and the kids (Tori, Cera and Ace)

Filed under: Funnies,Life,Love,Pursuit of Happiness by Kat at 3:42 pm
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