Wow. If this really is the end, then I want to give a big thank you to everyone who made this nobody welcomed. Frankly, nothing has since replaced this site when it comes to chatting with folk. As I'm approaching 30, I recently had a realization that, despite accomplishing pretty much nothing in my life, talking to others on this site really perked me up when I was feeling blue.
If anyone has any recommendations on any possible replacements for shootin' the breeze, please let me know.
I may as well add that I now have a twitter account which should be in my contact info just in case anyone wants to keep in touch but doesn't use Skype or FB.
Just went through my old Photobucket account and found some gems from back in the day, heck yeah. Also: procrastinating @ work.
Lot of changes coming up soon. Lost a close family member, and looking to switch to third shift for work. Been spendin' my free time playing Sea of Thieves, Overwatch and now Far Cry 5. Finished up season 1 of Jessica Jones, been trying to stay caught up on Ash vs Evil Dead. Cheers.
Gonna move to a new apartment in a couple weeks. Pretty stoked about that.
I’ve been making the rounds of all the old forums I used to visit because I’m feeling nostalgic and miss the old days of the chat room.
Has it really been 10 years since I joined? I miss the days of skipping school to post in here and stay in the chat room because that was when most of the board was active
Typing this post from my new apartment. Same city, still feels different enough to be exciting. If that made any sense.
I was just wondering what was going on here... I kinda miss this place.
Going to see Meshuggah tomorrow for the first time in my life. Hella excited.
I'm just now seeing this.Mustang wrote: ↑20 January 2018 @ 2:24pmHi everyone. Hope you all are having a pleasant start to 2018.
I also saw the post on Twitter, and it truly resonated within me. So much so, that I had to stop back by for a quick hello. I've found myself thinking lately about my involvement in this community and how nice those memories of my time here have been, though I, and many others, have become inactive. Times change and life continues to move forward. It's bittersweet. But all of those memories and experiences endure and I recall each moment so fondly. It's something I'll always be grateful for. Looking at Kami now and seeing once lively forums vacant is disheartening. But the records of vivid discussions, inside jokes, and fun are all still preserved here, suspended in time. The painstakingly detailed and meticulous site design is still present. The effort that went into the strategy guides and various other media are evident. It's all here, all those pieces of things that made me and so many other happy. The passion here still burns bright amongst the quietness.
I suppose ultimately my intention here is to express my thankfulness for my being in this community and for the happiness my time here brought me. With social media and the way we connect with others online taking different avenues since Kami's inception, it is likely that the end of using this type of platform for discourse may be inevitable. But what we take away from our time here while this site was thriving is what is relevant. For me, Kami was life changing in many ways and I credit my involvement here for laying much of the foundation for the person I am today. And I'll always be grateful.