Monday, May 30, 2011

Some gave All

This photo released Saturday, May 28, 2011, by Fort Campbell shows Staff Sergeant Ergin Vidot Osman, 35. The Department of Defense announced Monday, May 30, 2011, the death of six soldiers from Fort Campbell, Ky., including Sgt. Osman, who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. They died on May 26, 2011 of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked their unit with an improvised explosive device in Kandahar province, Afghanistan

Monday, May 16, 2011

Man up Jorge

Look do I really need another reason to HATE the Yankee's? I think Not, but those idiots keep making it too easy. I'm sure you've  heard the latest tempter tanturm and pissing match between Posada and  manager Joe Girardi......Blah blah blahhhhhhhhhhhhh, who the hell cares, get your panties out of a bunch Jorge and start hitting that little white ball with that little stick and things will be just fine, afterall that's your job right?

But as annoying as that is, what bugs me the most is that his wife had to join in his pity party taking to twitter to defend him. Look Jorge man up and tell your wife you can fight your own battles, cuz it just makes you look like a total pussy whipped douche bag. Then again keep it up skankie's I could use some more blog fodder.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

International Day Of Compassion

Today is Blogger's Unite International Day of Compassion........and I know a lot of people are going to be talking about Patch Adams, but well as in typical Kat fashion I'm doing it my way.  Although I have utmost respect for Mr. Adams and his work, if I had to think off the top of my head of a person who exemplifies compassion it'd be Oliver Sack. Never heard of him? Well he's a British neurologist whom the main character Malcom Sayer (played by Robin Williams) in the film Awakenings. Basically Sack discovered the beneficial effects of a new drug called L-Dopa on catatonic patients who survived the 1917-1928 epidemic of encephalitis. By experimenting with the dosages Sack was able to wake these patients up so they could live again, if even for a brief period of time.

But it's the side story that is so compelling to me. You see Sack was a scientist at heart, and a bit of an introvert. Years of working in the lab with animals and cell cultures has stunted his compassionate side. But as the movie went on, you got to witness the development of one man's compassionate side. The slow melting of an under developed aspect of one's emotional defence. In essence a life changing moment, a compassionate heart in the making.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

So do you want the good news first or the bad news first?

I really hate it when people say that don't you.....I even hate it more when it pertains to work. Well since I am such an optimist at heart, yeah you can all quit laughing your asses off .....I'll start with the good news. My schedule for next year isn't so bad....only one new class to teach and well I get to co-teach with a guy whose humor is as wicked as mine. So that's a plus definitely.

Now for the bad news, cuz there is always a negative aspect of the job....just when I thought my punishment in hell with one particular group of students was finished....I realized that I will have that same group of assholes  angels again next year. This is the same group of kids that I swear stay up all night planning how to effectively shank each other. They have to be the most uncooperative, unmotivated and high maintenance students I've ever encountered....I'm seriously considering keeping a bottle in my desk drawer next year, and upping my medication...I digress

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

I hate technology

So much to tell you all and a crappy computer that is not cooperating, so until I get this damn virus off my NEW laptop you'll all have to wait a day or two, but believe me it will be worth the wait
kat out

Monday, May 2, 2011


About time we finally got that filthy evil Bin Laden , just sorry it took so in hell you evil bastard with all your "marters"............ they've been expecting you  you evil piece of shit....I'm sure they have a few bones to pick with you