Thursday, January 15, 2009

Wednesday, December 10, 2008


For the ones that weren't there. And for the ones that were. (Scroll down for poem creativity.)

Now, the only poem I have digitally is the one about George, because ehm, well, Sinterklaas asked me if he could use my computer to write it. Yes, that's it. Enjoy!

Dear Yao Yi – no, wait, that’s wrong,
A minor mistake, just a slip of the tongue
You damn foreigners all look the same,
Plus: Sint is an old man who you can not blame

Sint looked around 167 so tonight he’d have a clue,
But you weren’t there, so … who the hell are you?
Aaah, you’re the one from Georgia, isn’t that right,
Well, it pleases Sinterklaas you could make it tonight

Now that he’s met you, he thinks you’re kinda hot,
But then again, you probably get that a lot
Sleeping in a big bed with the Chinese guy,
And than nothing happens? That he won’t buy

thus the question from him here: you like your men older?
You sure do remember it’s in the eye of the beholder
Sint may be hundreds of years, but he’s young at heart
So what do you say, honey bunny? Sweetheart?

He’s serious about liking to see you again,
So the only questions left are where and when?
Wear something comfy as Sint rides a horse,
And you get to sit in the back, of course

Let’s cut the crap here and right now plan a date,
How about tomorrow, he will pick you up at eight?
Now you’re done. Go ahead, get another drink,
But first you get a very promising wink wink,

With a kiss,

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Let me be the first: Finland pictures!

Funny, but I didn't take that many. Well, enjoy anyway!

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Working as Student

The range of work available for students in Sweden is not wide without a doubt. There is few work possibilities student may have linked with cleaning Mac Donald’s, with very less chance of getting this job position, delivery of newspapers which is hardly possible to get as well and a delivery of commercial newspapers by the company named Svensk Direkt Reklam (SDR). The last 2 jobs from 3 have quite rough conditions and very low paid wages. Consequently, SDR employs students with no difficulties, but pays miserable money for their efforts and doing this job is a long-lasting nightmare. The job content for SDR is 1) you must arrange huge amount of commercials and make one thick commercial newspapers and for doing this you need at least 4-5 hours. 2) You have to place them all in the carriage and drive to your district that can be located on the other side of the town. 3) You must deliver those all newspapers without even leaving one in the carriage and you spend about 2 hours per district. 4) for these exhausting efforts, you get paid about 100 SEK. As a result you are working for 7 hours and getting paid 100 SEK. So are you ready to do this kind of job?
Look! Does it worth to torture yourself and waste your time doing this shity job just for Goddamn 100SEK? You have not much of choices, because once you are in a desperate situation, you do it. The other job, which is better paid, but not enough is accomplished during the night. This is a basic delivery of daily newspapers and the amount of these newspapers may consist of 400-450 thick and thin newspapers. You work 3-4 hours every night except Sunday and get 5-6 thousands of SEK for your sweat, which is much better compared to previous job. However, doing this will destroy your day and night regimes and your organism to get used to such abnormality. Yet, it will affect your studies which will eventually be the reason of your education failures and university absences. To conclude, you can see that the choices are not great at all and conditions are not efficient enough either, but the need for the money is urgent.
You do only these shity jobs because: 1) you don’t speak Swedish, 2) you don’t have a status of a Swedish citizen, 3) because you are student, 4) because your CV is better contented than Mc Donald’s jobs requirements and 5) because of ignorant hypocrites and bureaucrats that don’t give a damn about you.

Monday, October 6, 2008

The forbidden cartoons

Hey guys!

I looked up some (more) examples of cartoons from\about the Netherlands.

First - Gregorius Nekschot (the guy that got arrested): The Forbidden Cartoons.

Why muslim youth identify with Palestinians:
hanging 'round...
don't go to school...
no homework...
provoke the police...
collect welfare...

Nowhere does the Koran say you have to do something in return for 30 years of receiving child support, rent support and welfare...

Muslim Democratic Party presents its logo

Fokke en Sukke are my favourite comnmentors on the world.

It sais: Fokke and Sukke heard about the Polish election results.
'Liberal, conservative, it really doesn't matter.'
'As long as they still do our plinths for eleven euro's an hour.'

Fokke and Sukke had no big task disconnecting the Birmese internet.
'Just a case of installing Windows Vista.'

But there is another side to the dutch freedom of press and opinion. The next cartoon illustrates the fatique that's rising.

Fokke and Sukke have had enough.
'Just one day of being free from the freedom of expression!'
'Damn, that must be possible!'

To show that indeed (almost :)) everything is possible and allowed in the Netherlands - cartoonist are even responding to eachother. This one is about the arrest of Gregorius Nekschot:

The red line is the border of decency. the gates are named discrimination, suggesting hate and violence and blasphemy. The agent has the name of the justice-minister on his jacket.

Bye all!

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Extra reading?

Hejsan everyone!

I perfectly understand that we're all busy preparing for the seminar with Stig on Friday, but... Here you can find some extracts from Robert McChesney's book "Rich Media, Poor Democracy". If you're interested, you can also have a look at "The New Media Monopoly" by Ben Bagdikian. You won't obviously find full-text pages, but at least some passages may be useful and interesting to read.

Vi ses senare at the svenska class!!

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Par-ty, party, party people beethoven style

holla from mama

hallo globies,
Anyone up yet? Thanks all for making yesterday an exceptional evening for all of us. It was lots of fun. Oksana, thanks babe a million times for the bash it was kul, and weaved us closer to each other.
Do have a merry weekend.

Friday, September 26, 2008


26th September, Friday, 18:00. Granrisvägen 22D.
Brickebacken, Bus N12, stop Granrisvägen (first house almost opposite Coop Consum)
Snacks and drinks are welcomed :-) As well as friends ;-)
Waiting for you, Oksana (my name means "hospitable", by the way)