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Monday, February 28, 2005
Ich Habe Eine Kleine Problemo Avec Diese Situatione.
Well, aren't I a complete twat? It appears that everyone's favorite crossdressing comedian will be performing at Comedy Zoo in Copenhagen, and since I hadn't noticed until now, the event is completely sold out. Bollocks! Now I'll probably have to wait another nine years.
In more bizzaro news: I always expected Jonathan Davis would be the first one to crack, but Head, the guitarist from Korn, has now left the band in order to dedicate himself to Christianity. Later, I suppose, he will be running for president. You can read more on www.HeadToChrist.com which is his actual website, and check out the new Jesus-look he's sporting.
Monday, February 21, 2005
Hunter S. Thompson, R.I.P.
It seems like all the cool guys are passing away these days. He will be missed. [Link]
Tuesday, February 15, 2005
Random IQ Generator.
Since I always end up stealing stuff from Charlotte, I decided to take The Classic IQ Test at Tickle. Apparently my IQ is 135:
"You are gifted with the natural fluency of a writer and the visual and spatial strengths of an artist. Those skills contribute to your creative and expressive mind."
I don't know exactly how they got there, but if they say so I hope they are right. They even compared me to Helen Keller.
So how did you do?
Monday, February 14, 2005
When it Rains it Pours.
And when it snows, well, it also pours. It's been a bit of a transition going from the relative sun of Rome, ot the typical Danish grey weather, and right now it looks like Narnia outside. I can't say that I care too much for this snow, but at least bus- services are back to normal now, after I had to walk through the snow to get to a concert Saturday night, in what looked like a scenario from The Day After Tomorrow.
It appears I'm the only one who's not going to the Evan Dando show tonight, so instead I am considering spending my Valentines Day down at the pub, watching Arsenal. Alone. Because, unlike Liverpool and Celtic fans, we will sometimes walk alone.
Thursday, February 10, 2005
Make Mine Veal.
So. I'm back from an absolutely fantastic week in Rome. I have seen just about all the stuff I wanted to see in Rome, and must have walked a hundred a hundred miles. Highlights included the Colloseum, Ignazio (which is painted in 3D), and the Crypt of the Capuchins, which is decorated with the earthly remains of 4000 monks, and as I understand, a couple of guys who just happened to be in the neighbourhood. A bit morbid, but also very facinating. Another highlight was going to the Stadio Olimpico to watch Roma draw 1-1 against Bologna. Actually I became a bit of a closet Roma fan down there.
Needless to say, the food was absolutely amazing. Apart from the typical Italien food, pasta etc, I also had a very nice plate of rabbit, and some veal, which people tell me I shouldn't eat, but which tasted amazing. We also had a bit of local beer down there, with Nastro Azzurro being the favorite. Since our hotel happened to be just across from an Irish pub, and the city was crawling with drunk Irish people because of some Rugby game, we also had a few Harp Lager's, which is always nice.
I also had the dubious pleasure of watching some local TV, and I can inform you that Italian Mtv is just as crap as the version we have, except for the fact that they show a lot of (dubbed) sit-coms, including Scrubs, which is probably easier than trying to dub Doggy Fizzle Televizzle.
Since we spent quite a lot of time in Stansted, courtesy of Ryan Air's No Service Policy, I also made a couple of impulse purchases, including The Great Shark Hunt, Shaun of the Dead, and an excellent game of Arsenal trumps.
Well that's it for now, cheers.
(And yes Kristian, I have bought a pack of Prawn Cocktail Flavoured Crisps, and the new NME, for you, but you better pick them up soon before they "dissapear"...)