In 1990 Nintendo came out with Street Fighter 2010 to follow the arcade game Street Fighter (both part of the famous fighting franchise Street Fighter series). It paints a world where people can enhance their body using a combination of computer technology, biological engineering, and really cool shades that scream of a Mad Max post-apocalyptic world. People, or at least the main character in the game, can shoot energy from his hands and feet to completely ravish his opponents, can do acrobatic flips that prove to make him invincible, and can travel through interdimensional portals in order to move from planet to planet faster than the speed of light.
Apparently technology has not kept pace with the imagination. The future is so lame.
As my picture suggests, I was made in the womb. After residing approximately 9 months there, I noticed that my domicile was shrinking, and if I didn't act quick I was going to be without room. So out I went, and for 31 years I resided in South Louisiana with shorts stays in North Carolina, West Virginia, and one extended stay in Delaware.
I did my Undergrad at Louisiana State University in General Studies, which means I can speak about most things generally or about general things in an knowledgeable manner. I am also a founding Memeber of the LSU-Parousians. I completed my MA in theology from the University of Notre Dame by means of the ECHO program.
Because conversation is what makes blogging fun! All emails are possible material for blog post, so if you don't want it published tell me now or forever gasp and cringe. pcatalan (at) alumni (dot) nd (dot) edu