Friday, September 30, 2005
Going to see 5 different places
I am a little nervous.
Think I would prefer cheering with a guy, if I am not getting a place by myself, they are more relaxed, and I seem to get along with them better in general :)
Whish my luck
Thursday, September 29, 2005
This is one of Gaudis creations
This as well
This is "La sagrada familia": A church by Gaudi
A street close to "Las Ramblas" The most famous street in BarcelonaGaudi detail
La sagrada familia in daylight
1: They have a lot of cheese (I am in heaven)
2: The milk tastes like shit and lasts for more than 2 months (very suspicious)
3: They sell a lot of white bread and its really difficult to get something darker with nuts in it
4: The yoghurt is little droplets of heaven
5: They have 10000 different fruit-juices
1: The people are very straightforward and outgoing (I love it)
2: They stare a lot when one walks in the streets (I like that too)
3: There's a lot of hot guys (Cant say I don't like that too, ha ha)
4: Some try to pick you up through apartment adds (Weird)
5: Thre are a lot of punks here (I love that too)
6: People seem really friendly and helpful to strangers
1: Its huuuuuge
2: I love it and I can see myself living here for a looong time
3: Its a lot of narrow alleys and cute little streets
4: Its surprisingly cool and "artsy", I am overwhelmed
5: There are tonns of bars and restaurants
6: There is tonns of different people everywhere
7: It contains of a lot of different areas that none look the same
1: I love this place
2: I miss my forest and climbing-trees (getting really sad without them)
3: I miss my loved ones (same goes for that)
4: I am really looking forward to get to know a lot of people here
Wednesday, September 28, 2005
It was a horrible journey which started at 5:30 in the morning and ended at 00:30 in the night. Also I had to pay 460 USD in overweight on the plane. Damn, that hurt my wallet.
But the reward was great.
I have been walking around in Barcelona for a couple of hours now.
The city seems to be filled with smells, sounds and views that fills me up with all kinds of senstations.
It seems a lot of places smells like Vainilla and pastery. Ha ha ha, I really like that.
I have been walking a lot in the Gothic area today, maybe its the litte Goth part of me seeking its roots.
I am going to look for an appartement, possably in this area, I will see. When I get an apartement, I would say to any friend (real life or internet) of mine who would like to visit "Mi casa es tu casa"
The Gothic area is all narrow streets and a wonderfull "old" atmosphere. Theres all kinds of people going around in the streets. Punks, artists, business woman, all kinds in a good mix. Its like a European New York.
The atmosphere is vibrant and alive and people look you in the eyes when they pass you in the street. I am not used to that, coming from the cold, introverted Norway, where people look at you when you look in a different direction.
I love this streightforwardness.
This might just be my kind of town.
Monday, September 26, 2005
I would prefer being beaten up by a 75 meter high dinosaur,
20 hours of being stabbed with needles (or acupuncture as some people call it ;)
or maybe 10 hours of listening to Mariah Carey sing
All three agonies that would give the word pain a deeper meaning, but moving..........I am speechless
Friday, September 23, 2005
Brain Lateralization Test Results
|Right Brain (75.6%) The right hemisphere is the visual, figurative, artistic, and intuitive side of the brain.|
Left Brain (24.4%) The left hemisphere is the logical, articulate, assertive, and practical side of the brain
personality tests by similarminds.com
To you Florian, Chris, Julien and Jessica I miss you all a lot and I think about you all and I am looking forward to talk to you soon, my life hasnt been the same without you there lately.
There are other people I could list here to that I didt talk to that frequently, you know who you are, and I miss you all a lot.
I will try to update this blog now and then so you get a little peek inside my moving-prosess.
Yesterday my dad and I moved nearly al my things. It was a hell of a workout. I was totally spaghetti after all the carrying and lifting, but also very proud.
I have waaay too much stuff though, I have to get rid of some of it I think, its not good.
I am really looking forward to a clean new start in Barcelona, everything brad new and exciting, but its truly sad to leave Norway behind now too.
I have gotten to know some new people lately that I have aprechiated a lot (especially you Pål and Stig) and also leaving behind my old friends for many years is very sad. Not to mention my mom which I love so much (in spite of our endless fights, he he) and my dad.
Yesterday I got to know that my grandmother, which is the sweetest old lady ever, fell down a stair and is in the hospital (the rest of my family lives in north of Norway, including her) and that makes it even harder for me to go. I am really worried about her, cause I love her so much, and I would really have wanted to travel up there and see her.
So, leaving is just not a easy choise, it is a mixed feeling.
But I am looking forward to this new adventure in my life....
Now I have to go back to trying to find a good place to stay in Barcelna. I have tried to find a flat for a looong time now, but I have given up in a last minute panic and I am going for a hostal intead. Something which doesnt seem like an easy task either.
Hope I am not ending up on a parkbech ha ha ha.....
Hugs to all of you that I love and miss, and to all of you reading my blog
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Saturday, September 17, 2005
It was when I was 19 and went to a artschool outside of Oslo.(Moss)
We had a weird form of humor which still cracks me up. Some of it can be hard to get cause it was based on events or situations that we had shared together.
I will translate some of the rules into english in a while:
0: Finner du noe du ikke vet hva er, stapp det opp i nesa (Inspirert av Effie i tegneseriebladet Ernie)
If you find something you dont know what is, chunk it up your nose (Inspired by Effie in the comix Ernie)
1: Ikke kjønnshår i vasken (Lise hadde en skummel og luguber fortid fra et hjem med visse tendenser)
2: Hvis /dersom du "puher" (røyker hasj) skal ikke Gry vite noe om det
3: I løpet av din botid, må du drille hull i huset. Helst i stuebordet (selv om det er litt mot reglemanget)
During the time you live in this house you have to use a drill to make a hole in it somewhere. The best place would be in the liovingroom table. (even if its a little against the regulations)
4: Ikke mygg i kjøleskapet
5: Man må ha kallenavn på alle i sin omkrets (Dette er en regel jeg har klynget meg til i alle år, til den dag i dag) You have to have nicknames on everybody and everything in your sourroundings
6:Du må ikke gå fra Bingoen før du har sjokkert 50% og støtt resten (Vi kledde oss ut som satanister og gikk på den lokale bingoen, en katastrofalt morsom affære)
7: Du må innom cafe Brandstrup minimum en gang om dagen (Dette holdt vi uten problemer)
8: En gang per stund er du nødt til å gå til din nærmeste menghet / sekt å si at du vil bli frelst (Lise hadde en stemor som var misjonær så hun hadde kristne litt opp i halsen)
9: Reglemanget krever fullstendig ærlighet (Det gjør det fortsatt) The regulations demand 100% honesty
10:Ikke lov å gå inn på rommet til Åsa om morgenen, ikke lov til å vekke Lise og ikke lov til å røre senga til Gry, særllig ikke puta, den er hellig (Dette er selvfølgelig)
11: Ikke lov å sitte på bordet til Gry (Men kanksje lov til å drille hull i det) (Denne ler jeg meg fortsatt ihjel av) It is not allowed to sit on Grys living-roomtable (But maybe it is allowed to drill a hole in it)
12: Man må sloss med dobørsten ivertfall en gnag per stund
13: Innen stunden er omme må man gå innom "Brun og Blid" å si "ja, jeg ble kanksje brun, men jeg ble faen ikke blid!-----hvor er pillene mine!"
14: I løpet av stunden måå man ha gått ned i krypkjellere minst et par ganger
15: Man må ule mot månen (Viktig!) You have to howl against the moon (Important)
16: Man må gå i Oppnedparken og leke der og spise grus (Internt)
17: Man må si (Mest for Gry) "Jeg har så lyst til å snakke men jeg har ingenting å si" (Hun sa det mye)
18: Man må låne stol på Cafe Brandstrup, selv om det er mange ledige (Bare på bøff)
19: Du skal ikke følge andre reglemang enn meg (He he)
20: Du skal ære en dyr respekt for ekte hardbarka bohemer (!) You shall have a deep respect for hardcore bohemians
21: Din familie må være Harry og helst innavl fra Smøla (En liten spøk om familien min fra Møre)
22: Du bør hate alle regler og reglementer og pines ved selvmotsigelsen (Denne er nesten den beste regelen) You should hate all rules and regulations and feel tourmented by the contradiction
23: Du må kommentere alt som er "gånn" (gånn - borte. Vi lagde et eget språk)
24: En gang i stunden må man være puh (Ikke fyre-puh, men naturlig puh) (Puh er stein, naturlig puh er høy på livet)
25: Det er flott å sikle mat, helst ting som slimer og når du er på besøk hos andre It is good to droole food, especially things that slime and if you are on a formal visit to somebody
26: Man må så ofte man kan føye til nye regler
27: Forbudt å bruke fixativ på tegninger så de holder bedre (for pyser)
28: Du skal bruke uttrykket "det er mot reglemanget" så ofte du kan
29: Dørkarmyoga bør utøves minst 17 ganger per stund (Vi måtte hoppe ut av vinduet om natten. Gry var a-menneske, det var ikke vi)
30: Man må la fisken under steinen få høre musak
31: En gang per stund må Moss bibliotek ha observert deg i barneavdelingen (Mer enn en gang per stund)
32. Du skal snike deg unna masse (Vi var nok none sniker på denne tiden)
33: Du må hate hester i solnedgang, rosetter, draperier og stilleben (Det sier seg selv)
34: Du må ta sterk avstand fra å understreke rommet, leke med formen, undersøke lyset og prøve ut farger (Ergo alt svadapreik fra kunstskolelærere som er moteord og hipt innenfor kunsten)
35: Du må lære deg "Rekedansen", rekesvømming og "Hiawatadansen" og gjøre dem så ofte du kan, helst offentlige steder, unntak er "Rekedansen" som skal gjøres under bordet.
36: ............her kan man føye til hva man ønsker
37: Du må digge katter You must love cats
38: Du må ikke snakke dritt om katter eller si at de later som eller å antyde at katter er uærlige.
39: Leve anarkiet! Long live the anarchy!
40: Du må gni andres øre (Kos)
41: Du må sjokke familien din med å fortelle dem det så ofte som mulig at du hater monogami
42: Du må tro at du kan greie ALT, til og med å vokse horn i panna (Alt er mulig bare du vil det nok) You must believe that you can do ANYTHING, even grow horns in your forehead (Everything is possible if you want it enough)
43: Du må følge din egen skjebne You must follow your own desteny
44: Du må lese bøker av Herman Hesse (Jeg var besatt av Hesse på denne tiden) You must read books of Herman Hesse (I was obsessed by Hesse at these times)
45: Du må spise opp bøter fra NSB og Oslo sporveier samt jokerne i kortstokken
46: Det er påbudt å drikke vaniljesaus foran streite folk (Det gjør jeg fortsatt, både foran andre folk og alene, nam nam) You have to drink vainilla sause in front of concervative or queer people
47: Det er ikke lov til å gifte seg (og få barn og Golden retriever) It is not allowed to get married (and have childern and a Golden retiever)
48: Man må alltid gi en slurk av brusen til sine anarkistvenner You must always share a sip of your soda with your anarchist-friends
49: Man må hilse på "Bonjour monsieur Courbet" måten minst to ganger daglig (Et bilde fra kunsthistorien av Courbet hvor han bukker dyyypt med en liten shvung)
50: Du må si "jeg blir så usikker på deg altså" til så mange du kan midt under "dype" samtaler
51: Du må gjør ditt beste for å sjokkere streite folk så ofte som mulig
52: Det er litt imot reglemanget å snakke engelsk (Denne har jeg brutt mye)
53: Hvis du har en blyant i hånden må du etter en viss stund stappe den i kjefetn eller røyke på den
54: Du må dra så ofte du kan på loppis You must go so often you can to fleemarkets
55: Du må HATE militæret (Jepp) You must hate the military
56: Du må vingle masse
57: Ikke kjønnshår på såpa (raspa, raspa)
58: Du må nære en dypr frykt for programmet "Mot i brøstet" og alt annet skrevet av Tore Ryen
59: Det er ikke imot reglemanget å være manisk depressiv
60: Du må snakke med kosedyrene dine You must talk with your stuffed animals
61: Du må prøve å få øye på "Ulveræven" av og til (ulvenræven er et dyr som sniker seg rundt, du vet aldri når du kan få øye på ham)
62: Du bør ha din egen hytte oppi et tre (et fint punkt for deg Bjørn? he he) You should have your own treehouse
63: Du bør ha vært på toppen av Plaza for å få bedre oversikt (og da skjønner man vel typen oversikt det er snakk om hvis man ikke er litt kjedelig i tankegangen) You should go on the top of the Plaza buliding (the highest hotal in Oslo at that time) to gety a better overlook (and I hope you get the kind of overlook we are talking about here, you do if you dont think in a boring way)
64: Det er ikke lov å si 1 (en) man må si ein og ikke lov å si hus men haus
65: Man må gjøre grimasre ofte You should make funny faces as often as possible
66: Du må forkrøple språket på en skikkelig råsnabb måte You must cripple the language in faboulishtick ways
67: I løpet av stunden må du bruke "gamle", gode ord som "svinpels" og lignende
68: Du må ha ett eller flere bankebrett
69: Du må male nesten alt du har svart
70: Du må bli en smule uvel ved tanken på hvor mange regler det finnes i reglemanget You should feel more or less sick about the amount of rules in the these regulation
71: Du må være en råtass på å utsette ting
72: Du må være på fornavn med visse artister (Han Bob, Jim og Eddie-man) You should be on first name with sertain artists
73: Du må sjokere noen minst en gang om dagen You should shock somebody at least once a day
74: Det er ikke lov å røyke (ikke engang puhe) i haus
75: Du må ha et par angstanfall i løpet av stunden
76: Det er ikke lov å pusse tennene på julaften
77: Du bør gå i mange demoer You should protest a lot
78: Det er ikke lov å "drekka" på nyttårsaften It is not allwed to get drunk on newyears ewe
79: I haus bør du være åpen for et godt slag menneske-poker (til en hver tid) In haus (we called it so) you should always be propared for a good round of human-poker (at any time)
Thursday, September 15, 2005
This is a hat I have put down on the pavement and I am sitting next to it. You are now walking by me. The hat is my commentpage to this post and I am my blog.
Now you can place something in my hat if you have liked reading my blog (me). It can be anything - just give what you would have liked to give if you walked by me sitting there - just a smile will do, cause that would have made me very happy.
If you didnt like it, just walk on.................
I am sorry I wil try to get i fixed.
In the meantime, if you want to learn some new Norwegian cursewords, just call me up while I am trying to fix it ;)
He suggested that we should go to a cafe to meet up, but I wanted to do something where I felt more "secure" in a way (was a little nervous) so I suggested we could go for a night walk instead.(I love endless walks at night, or whatever the time) And so we did.
We met outside the botanical garden here in Oslo at night. At these hours it is closed so we had to climb over a fence with barbed wire on it, something which went quite alright.
It was really nice, rain was pouring down, but we sat under a huge tree for a while and just talked.
The air was chill but not too much, just so one got a nice touch of it on the skin.
The sky was dark, but yet one could sense a dim red light from it. The entire atmosphere was a tad" wampireish", but stil calm and serene - really my kinda thing.
He had a wondeful umbrella which we walked under for a while and talked, while listening to the hammering of raindrops over us.
We spent around 2 hours in the park doing some silliness (this place was an extremely good place for making up stories and running through bushes) and some just strolling around, talking...untill we were caught by a guard and thrown out.
Some people find it embarrasing to be thrown out of places, I just think its funny. (must be the little rebell in me)
It was a very good night all in all
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
2 Kissed a guy through the sprinkles of an old fashioned prison (result of the incident above) while a lot of other prisoners where cheering for us in the background.
3 Begged a policeofficer to release the guy pretending to be his pragnantat wife (They release people on the strangest reasons there. The entire systemtm is fucked up)
4 Hichiked for many months covering an entire country
5 Been borrowed (me and two of my friends) a huge mansion with swimmingpool for a day just as a nice and friendly gesture towards us
6 Been threatened with jail if I dint have sex or give money to a guy, who actually went and fetched the police, to take me in when I said no
7 Gone for 3 hours through an entire village looking for water that had absolutelyly none of it
8 Been robbed for all my money and creditcard and gone starving without money for 14 days
9 Cut off all my hair (2 cm short) myself with a rusty scissor after having it long (or half long) for 22 years
10 Been offered a job as a scubadiver instructor, but turned it down, since I went on an impulse trip to Germany with a guy I met instead, that suddenly inviteded me and who lived there. (Ended up living together with him as his girlfriend for 5 months)
2 Kissed a guy through the sprinkles of an old fashioned prison with 10 other prisoners in the background cheering (result of the above) and begging a policeofficer to releaes the guy pretending I was his pragnant wife
3 Hichhiked for many months covering an entire country
4 Been robbed 5 times during a periode of 6 months
Your Dominant Thinking Style:
You thrive on the unknown and unpredictable. Novelty is your middle name.
You are a challenger. You tend to challenge common assumptions and beliefs.
An expert inventor and problem solver, you approach everything from new angles.
You show people how to question their models of the world.
Your Secondary Thinking Style:
You're all about looking at the facts, and you could always use more of them.
You see life as your lab - and you're always trying out new things, people, and ideas.
The master of mix and match, you're always coming up with unique combinations.
You are good at getting a group to reach consensus.
An open letter from Michael Moore to George Bush
Friday, September 2nd, 2005
Dear Mr. Bush:
Any idea where all our helicopters are? It's Day 5 of Hurricane Katrina and thousands remain stranded in New Orleans and need to be airlifted. Where on earth could you have misplaced all our military choppers? Do you need help finding them? I once lost my car in a Sears parking lot. Man, was that a drag.
Also, any idea where all our national guard soldiers are? We could really use them right now for the type of thing they signed up to do like helping with national disasters. How come they weren't there to begin with?
Last Thursday I was in south Florida and sat outside while the eye of Hurricane Katrina passed over my head. It was only a Category 1 then but it was pretty nasty. Elven people died and, as of today, there were still homes without power. That night the weatherman said this storm was on its way to New Orleans. That was Thursday! Did anybody tell you? I know you didn't want to interrupt your vacation and I know how you don't like to get bad news. Plus, you had fundraisers to go to and mothers of dead soldiers to ignore and smear. You sure showed her!
I especially like how, the day after the hurricane, instead of flying to Louisiana, you flew to San Diego to party with your business peeps. Don't let people criticize you for this -- after all, the hurricane was over and what the heck could you do, put your finger in the dike?
And don't listen to those who, in the coming days, will reveal how you specifically reduced the Army Corps of Engineers' budget for New Orleans this summer for the third year in a row. You just tell them that even if you hadn't cut the money to fix those levees, there weren't going to be any Army engineers to fix them anyway because you had a much more important construction job for them -- BUILDING DEMOCRACY IN IRAQ!
On Day 3, when you finally left your vacation home, I have to say I was moved by how you had your Air Force One pilot descend from the clouds as you flew over New Orleans so you could catch a quick look of the disaster. Hey, I know you couldn't stop and grab a bullhorn and stand on some rubble and act like a commander in chief. Been there done that.
There will be those who will try to politicize this tragedy and try to use it against you. Just have your people keep pointing that out. Respond to nothing. Even those pesky scientists who predicted this would happen because the water in the Gulf of Mexico is getting hotter and hotter making a storm like this inevitable. Ignore them and all their global warming Chicken Littles. There is nothing unusual about a hurricane that was so wide it would be like having one F-4 tornado that stretched from New York to Cleveland.
No, Mr. Bush, you just stay the course. It's not your fault that 30 percent of New Orleans lives in poverty or that tens of thousands had no transportation to get out of town. C'mon, they're black! I mean, it's not like this happened to Kennebunkport. Can you imagine leaving white people on their roofs for five days? Don't make me laugh! Race has nothing -- NOTHING -- to do with this!
You hang in there, Mr. Bush. Just try to find a few of our Army helicopters and send them there. Pretend the people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast are near Tikrit.
P.S. That annoying mother, Cindy Sheehan, is no longer at your ranch. She and dozens of other relatives of the Iraqi War dead are now driving across the country, stopping in many cities along the way. Maybe you can catch up with them before they get to DC on September 21st."
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
This is how you make them:
1 Boil an egg
2 Peel it
3 Heat it up in the microwave for at least one minute
4 Wait and watch why I call it surprise egs ;)
There are several reasons
The first one is that we now have a socialistic government and SV is part of it. SV has never been in government before and this is something I have dreamed about for years. It is a historical event...Yeeeey!
Now we can finally get some real socialistic politics in this country!
A safer and better environment (environment should be prioriticed before economical growth), better social welfare (eksamples: kindergarten for all kids, better schools for all, better care for the elderly and cut in the health queues) and a battle against racism has begun!
And also I am just in a good mood for no reason at all *huge grin*
The sad part is the folowing:
SV lost a lot of votes in this election and therefore also a lot of influence in the new governemnet (they wil probably be foreced to a more conservative politic)
RV (the party I voted for) didnt get enough votes to get into parliament *tears* and therefore the socialistic side will probably go more to the right as the have no opposition to the governemnt (where Ap is the strong part and more concervative)
FRP (the culture destroying, racist, environmental dangerous horrible party) got 22,1 % of the votes and a lot of innfluence in the parliament. They are now the largest non-socialistic party and the second largest in parliament. This gives me chills down my spine...chills!!!!!
Here are the resutls:
Representants in pariament
Monday, September 12, 2005
This is so exciting!!!
Please let the socialists win so we can have a change of government!!!
Oh, SV in government would be heaven, ha ha! I have wished for that for years!
And RV into the parliament too!!! So they can kick some ass and be a good drive on the left wing side for a more liberal politic.
It seems FRP, the most horrible culture destroying, racist party is getting a lot of votes this year. (I am glad I am moving to Barcelona)
This will be an exciting night!
Saturday, September 10, 2005
I like messy
I am really good at daydreaming
I am also really good at looking bad
Trying to look more "classical"
This is more the color my hair really looks right now (more blueish)
Friday, September 09, 2005
Den andre linken er en liten test hvor du sier din mening og får en måling på hvilket parti du er mest enig med.
Og husk.... det lønner seg ikke å prøve å stemme taktisk. Hvis du f.eks er for den rød/grønne regjeringen vil en sosialistisk stemme sikre dette valget uansett! Det samme gjelder for en konservativ / sentrums regjering.
Stem for det partiet du føler taler mest av dine saker!!!!
Ha et godt valg!!!
Ta en partitest
here are a few of the reasons I am going to wote for RV. (If any of you out there can find a norwegain/english translator I would be grateful. Until then this wil be in Norwegian.)
I hope you dont see this as propaganda, but information.
Den viktigste forskjellen mellom RV og SV er nå at RV er for å trekke de norske soldatene hjem fra Afghanistan, det er ikke SV. RV vil være en prinsippfast krigsmotstander på Stortinget. RV er det eneste partiet som stiller til valg som vil ha norske soldater hjem fra Irak og Afganistan.
RV mener at å delta i krig ikke er å hjelpe innbyggerne i Afghanistan eller Irak. Sivile er derimot krigens ofre. Krig fører til at infrastruktur og miljø ødelegges i landene for mange år framover. RV kommer til å støtte oppbyggingen av Afghanistan og Irak, men da må dette skje på premissene fra de som bor der. Ikke på grunn av interessene til internasjonale selskaper, som tilfellet i stor grad er i dag. Vi vil at bistandsmidler i Norge skal gå nettopp til bistand, ikke til norske styrker og tropper i Afghanistan og Irak.
RV arbeider for en annen verden, som både er mulig og nødvendig. En verden uten undertrykking og nød, og der alle skal ha like muligheter uansett størrelsen på sin egen lommebok.
"Jeg mener at Norge og den vestlige verden fortsatt ikke er et reellt demokrati. Det er kapitalen og ikke folk flest som styrer de store linjene i norsk politikk.Det er kapitalen som f.eks presser fram en nedleggelse av Union i Skien, det er ikke de som arbeider der. Det er ikke folk flest som vil legge ned avdelinger på Haukeland Sykehus eller på lokal sykehusene i Odda, Stord og Voss. Det er det kapitalen som gjør.
RV ønsker et sosialistisk folkestyre, der det er folk som bestemmer og ikke pengemakta"
Torstein Dahle (Partileder RV)
Sannheten om en gammel myte:
"RV har aldri hatt programfestet at vi er for væpnet revolusjon. Dette er en myte som blir spredd om partiet. RV er IKKE for en væpnet revolusjon. I vårt program står det at vi ønsker at et FLERTALL i folket skal få kontroll over produksjonskreftene. AT vi trenger en gjennomgripende samfunnsendring. Det er dette vi kaller en sosialistisk revolusjon."
- Torstein Dahle
Hva vil skje med en landet dersom vi hadde fått en ren RV-regjering?
"Nå tror ikke jeg det er særlig sansynlig at dette ville skjedd. Men dersom RV fikk flertall ved valg ville det tydet på at folk ønsker en grunnleggende endring av samfunnet. Jeg kan vanskelig se for meg at det kunne skje uten at det var en revolusjonær stemning i folket. Hva som ville skjedd, folk skulle selv fått styre mer over sine egne liv. Både hjemme, på skole og på arbeidsplassen ville rfolk kunne delta i viktige avgjørelser."
- Torstein Dahle
RV er for at det skal vedtas en antidikrimineringslov, som gjør det forbudt i Norge å diskriminere noen på grunn av funksjonshemminger.
RV er for et to-pris system på strøm. Strøm til vanlig husholdning skal være billig, mens overforbruk skal være dyrt. Det skal altså være billig strøm for normal husholdninger, mens rike mennesker med varmekabler i garasjen og boblebad på terrassen skal kunne få betale mer.
RV arbeider for et skille mellom kirke og stat.
Spørsmål: RV har gått ut mot nasjonale prøver. Hvorfor det? Elevene som ikke vil ha prøvene er bare late, synes jeg.
Skrevet av: Olav
"I RV mener vi slett ikke at elevene som ikke tar prøvene er late. De gjør derimot opprør mot at skolen er i ferd med å gjøres om til en kunnskapsfabrikk, der du blir opplært til å en strømformelinjet tenkning. RV arbeider mot den nyliberalistiske skolen, og tror ikke konkurransen mellom skolene og elevene er med på å øke kvaliteten i den norske skole, snarere tvert i mot."
- Torstein Dahle
Rød Valgallianses hjemmesider
And our hearts go out to the hundreds of thousands of people who have been affected by the storm and its aftermath.
Here is a partial list of organizations that are working to address the needs of hurricane survivors, if you want to make a contribution.
|American Red Cross |
2025 E St. NW
Washington, DC 20006
Donations: (800) HELP NOW (435-7669)
|Baton Rouge Federation |
402 N. Fourth St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
|United Way of America |
701 N. Fairfax St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
|World Vision |
PO Box 70288
Tacoma, WA 98481-0288
(888) 56 CHILD (562-4453)
|Find additional agencies… |
|Dedicated State Funds |
The governors of Louisiana,
Mississippi, and Alabama have
established funds dedicated to relief
efforts in their respective states.
|Louisiana Disaster Recovery |
c/o Division of Administration
1201 N. Third St. #7-240
PO Box 94095
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095
|Mississippi Office of the Governor |
Attn: Hurricane Fund
PO Box 139
Jackson, MS 39201
Make checks out to "Mississippi
|Alabama Governor's Emergency Relief Fund|
PO Box 6135
Montgomery, AL 36106
Make checks out to "Governor's
Emergency Relief Fund"
I have started to enjoy reading the comments as much as doing the posts themselves
There's seems to be a lot of clever and funny people reading this blog. I`ll take that as a compliment and try not to get selfconshious about my writing.
Thursday, September 08, 2005
It bores me already.
didn't like the color that much this time. Was kinda boring.
Is it me or is it the world?
...... Shouldn't people wear more tophats and capes
and shouldn't the busses be blue
maybe even with spots
Why all the brown and grey and shitty boring colors?
And houses looking like cardboardboxes?
Do the architects and their crews want to get us depressed? (Maybe its a sly way to get us to buy more stuff we don't need)
or do they just not have enough imagination
or was the brown color on sale (a lot of times, a all year around sale it seems)
But Gaudi...He knew a thing or two ;)
I had to sit there a really long time before it was my turn, but when it all of a sudden was I got a surprise. The guy that was going to help me was jum. I mean JUM!!
He was in his late 30s (I don't give a shit about age) he was jumjumjummy.
In the kinda way that I sortof had trouble focusing on my paperthingys and was more into just taking in the his jumminess, he he!
And there sure were some sparks flying in the room while we tried fixing paperstuff.
I thought about going back and asking him out (Yes, I am a girl and I do that, are you shocked? Ha ha!), but maybe that is just silly.
I mean, it sure would be inappropriate in some way (Norwegains would think so, believe me), but frankly I don't give a shit about that.
But I am leaving for Barcelona really soon........bahhhhh.........
But he was fiiiiiiiiiiiiine I can tell you *sighs*
He had this " I am a MAN, strong and confident, but yet compassionate and caring and soft in some ways look" pluss some indefined sensuality of a kind that just melted me down.
I just felt like throwing away all of the papers and explore all of him with my lips.
Hmmm, maybe I`ll go back.......we`ll see.....
*sighs* (Okay I know I am being a little tacky with a picture of my lips here, but I could help it, he he)
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Your Brain is 53.33% Female, 46.67% Male
Your brain is a healthy mix of male and female
You are both sensitive and savvy
Rational and reasonable, you tend to keep level headed
But you also tend to wear your heart on your sleeve
I had a long talk with a guy who has been there a lot and he says its a city where you feel there is room for everything, a lot of acceptance and many different people and nationalities centered there.
To me that sounds like the best of the things a city can have
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
I will try to get this fixed as soon as possible.
In the meantime all you IE users should switch to Mozilla anyway, ha ha!
Its a lot better, most bugs are made for IE and there's a number of other good reasons to use Mozilla. (Ask anybody with a clue about computers)
I have talked with this guy who lives a little outside Oslo in a treehouse.
I mean, seriously - he lives in a treehouse.
I WANNA LIVE IN A TREEHOUSE!!!!!
And they are a whole bunch of people living there, in different houses in the forest.
And I am going to a huuuuge city without forests at all. (This worries me)
What am I doing?
Should I just skip Barcelona and go and live in the treehouse-place?????
This was a great picture, ha ha ha!