Saturday, April 12, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( Dirty Oppland - Vi liker deg ikke )

   Hi there! Just got home from work, damn tired....
Here's a photo of Mephisto and his band, Yo maté a Kenny from Chile:

Mephisto1   Mephisto2

These guys have recorded a demo, which I've been so lucky to check out, and it really rocks.
It's funny, though, that grunge can wander far distances from Seattle, as in my ex-band's case
to Norway and now proved also to South America. Music is universal. So is beer. Cheers!

Friday, April 11, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( DonMartin - Pissing against the Wind )

   Hiya ya'll! What's up peeps? :P
   Easter is upon us like sneaking cancer, but my vacation hasn't begun just yet I'm afraid.
This morning I cleaned up two bathrooms and tidied up our livingroom as we're expecting
guests with children + a dog this easter. Quite annoying, but hey! Family is family.
   Last evening I, Jon and Kornelius recorded four radioshows for Jon's Easter feat. called
Top Music. We played everything from Tom Waits to Daft Punk and talked alot about
music, consequences of fame, drugs, easter, and we even did a couple of amateur interviews.
It was really fun, and as far as I could understand, the shows are to be broadcasted at the
local radiostation throughout the Easter. Well, I'm off to the café. See you!

Tuesday, April 08, 2003

Me and the Cheat
Me and the Cheat kickin' it in the park

Monday, April 07, 2003
Edited a few grammatical aspects of Kornelius' last post on Good News.
The newspaper has also been updated by McGrupp, with Good News'
latest article: March Madness

Temporary statistical report on, April 03, shows that a
total 0.01% of my visitors are from Guatemala!

Some info on Guatemala:
Full country name: Republic of Guatemala
Area: 109,000 sq km (42,500 sq mi)
Population: 12.6 million (growth rate 2.6%)
Capital city: Guatemala City (pop 2 million)
People: 56% mestizo/ladino descent, 44% Mayan descent
Language: Spanish, Gar?funa and 21 Mayan languages
Religion: Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, Mayan-Catholic fusion
Government: Democratic
President: Alfonso Portillo Cabrera
Major industries: Coffee, sugar, bananas, textiles and clothing, furniture, chemicals, petroleum, metals, natural rubber, flowers, cardamom, tourism
( from Lonely Planet)

Sigg3 o 0 ( Don Martin - Pissing against the wind )

   Added a link to DonMartin & Co.
War: The US Empire and it's henchmen are waging war on Iraq and Afghanistan, more will probably come soon. This is neither because they fight for freedom nor because Bush is stupid. It's due to US economical necessities - the ruling economy of the world. DonMartin recommends British writer George Monbiot's article Too Much of a Good Thing and A Wilful Blindness for better a understanding of what drives the wheels of the war machinery.
   The test went fairly well today, wrote 5 handwritten pages on travelling
and how your identity can and will change through it, and how it happens anyway if you
stay (rationally) awake at home. But it didn't go as smooth as my last mock exam,
had no breakthrough-inspiration so to speak. I've also filed my tax-report, giving me a $50
extra cash in June:P I know I'm lucky. Believe me.

Sunday, April 06, 2003
Sigg3 o 0 ( Tito and Tarantulas - Carachas Anjodas )

   I had a great day considering my quite entertaining hangover this morning/afternoon.
Went to work and earned a good deal of money, smoked cigarettes, had junkfood for
dinner, got a cool book from a good friend (Det nye Selvet), saw a great documentary
on african lions, ate some cake too, slept a while. All in all, allthough not a perfect day,
but a good one..
   Added a link to Great!
   Oh, I've forgot to tell you why I was so sick this morning. Well, as you've probably guessed
I partied all night long. From 8 p.m me, Kjell, Arne, Vanja and Jøran begun with a funny
vorspiel carefully blended with a slight touch of crême de Dream Theatre. Then we headed to
Stine in a crowded car and spent some hours there discussing, ditching, dancing, drinking..
I also had the honor to meet Stine's two polecats: Raptus and Swiffer, quite charming
animals indeed. At twelve or one a.m we headed back into town to team up
with da people in the pub. It was quite crowded in there too, but since I'd had a bit too
much to drink already I stayed cool and didn't dance too much. I think I spent the whole night
discussing a lot of things with Vanja and my classmate Reidun. Well.
   Tomorrow I've a mock exam in nynorsk ("new norwegian"), which is the less used lingo of
our two official ones, and just the one I happen not to master. But I'll pull it through somehow.
Wish me good luck! :)

Painted this while waiting for a connection. Hangovered title:

Prayer (Nirvanica)
Prayer (Nirvanica)

Oh, and it's my birthday today. yahoo? I'm hungry.


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