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Sunday, January 29, 2006
Bring that Brazil bootie on the floor.
Well, it's turning into a regular blogging frenzy today.
John showed me the following two videos, which are incredibly cool. First it's David Hasselhoff doing Hooked on a Feeling, and then James Lipton reciting the lyrics to PopoZao, better known as the Kevin Federline single nobody have ever heard.
There Comes a Day Tomorrow.
So, I have officially turned 26 now, and I had a very nice birthday, and some very nice presents. All in all it was very nice. Tomorrow I'm going to stand in line for tickets for Depeche Mode, which will be incredibly expensive, and I don't have any money, which could turn out to be a problem.
Right now the best thing on TV is Just Married with Ashton Kutcher - I'm pretty sure I just got punk'd!
And what the heck is going on with The Arsenal? It's absolutely horrible. Every team hits a down cycle every now and then, and obviously all teams are bound to lose every now and then, but being kicked out of cups by the likes of Wigan and Bolton just doesn't cut it. If we lost to Chelsea or United it would be frustrating, but losing to Wigan is just plain silly. Hopefully Mr Wenger has a Plan B lined up for next season. Hopefully it involves winning the Uefa Cup since Champions League seems a bit out of reach at the moment...
Thursday, January 19, 2006
Do we really need headlines?
I had my last oral exam yesterday, which was basically just our group talking about our movie. We all got a 10, which is pretty good. It was a rather silly class, so I can't say it means the world to me, but it looks nice on paper.
I am growing increasingly weary with the Walcot-saga. It appears that Arsenal are close to signing him, but so far it's really just a lot of hype, and I have no idea if he's any good. It wouldn't be completely accurate to claim that AW has a perfect trackrecord when it comes to splashing big money on youngsters. And it would be nice to have some players that aren't in their teens.
This video is pretty funny, and courtesy of Søren at interestingstuff.
I'm not entirely sure what this company is selling, but I'm pretty sure it's something I need.
Also, but for completely different reasons, I'm pretty sure I need to buy the new album by Larsen & Furious Jane. I've only heard two songs, but it's quite brilliant.
Monday, January 16, 2006
Conan gets involved in Finnish politics.
And how nice to see Arsenal absolutely destroy Boro yesterday. Not that I hate Boro, or anything. Actually they're one of the more agreeable teams in England. But still. I think this article, from a Boro fansite, says it all.
Finally, regarding the Colbert link from the other day, you can see the clip in question at Comedy Central. Find the clip called ThreatDown: Robots.
Friday, January 13, 2006
So, as promised I'm back again. Two posts in a day, that hasn't happened in a while. I handed in my last paper for this semester today, and while I was feeling happy and relieved, I decided to write one of my teachers and ask him if he would consider being the superviser for my Speciale sometime in the future.
Quite surprisingly he had time to fit me in right now, so now I have semi-officially started working on my speciale. If everything goes according to plan, that means I won't run out of money in the next semester. Good stuff!
And just as I thought that all that stuff about Friday 13th was bollocks, I got fined in the bus for not having a ticket. 500 smackers out the window! Worst part is, I was actually waiting for the bus for quite a while, and considered taking a taxi, but then decided against it to save money.
Arsenal are going crazy, buying players left and right. I know that this may come out the wrong way, but it would be nice if we could get a player called Jones, Smith, Jensen or something that we can actually pronounce for once. If you are going for a player with a funny name, you can't beat this guy though.
Finally, last night while watching Liga DK i heard the song Breaking News by Mads Langer. Suddenly i realized that the guy has some sort of speech impediment, which means he can't pronounce an S-sound. So now all I can focus on, is when he sings "Picking daischies with a schmile". Oh well, it's pretty horrible anyway. But see for yourself here.
fights Associated Press over 'Truthiness'. (Stephen Colbert, not Morten).
Saturday, January 07, 2006
this while I was looking for pictures for Rob or Fab III. I decided to wait a bit and use it, because really it's just so much more spot on.
Friday, January 06, 2006
Rob or Fab III - Cygan or Psycho?
Back by popular demand, it's time for another installment of Rob or Fab?
Who is Cygan, and who is Psycho Ståle Solbakken?
Who is the only tall player to come out of Lille, and who is the fiercest coach ever produced by Hammar-Kammeraterne?
Who actually dropped dead on the training ground once, and who could sometimes improve his game by doing the same?
Who likes Serge Gainsburg and who likes Marduk?
Yes, it's France against Norway - and it could be harder than you think. Or not.
(PS: I've used a high-tech bluring device, so you won't recognize their jerseys.)
Sunday, January 01, 2006
This is me, all cleaned up for new years. Apparently I'm very surprised that another year has passed, which makes me look in disbelief, in the same exact second as Kristian takes the picture.
Also I have realized that what I thought was delicious champagne is in reality a combination of lemon juice and monkey pee, and I am getting about ready to spit it out.
All that considered, I think it's a surprisingly good picture. At least the suit looks nice.
So this is the new year (and I don't feel any different.)
Welcome to a new new year, here on you're favorite website about waiting for trucks.
Yesterday was relatively quiet, and very nice. For some reason I am pretty hungover, as I expect most people are, even though I didn't drink a whole lot. Perhaps the combination of wine (white and red), mojitos (*boilk*), champagne, and beer was more than my system could handle. But it was worth it, and I suspect I would do it all over if I had to. Perhaps next year.
The one resolution that I will try to uphold this year, is that I have decided not to drink alcohol or eat meat for a month. It should be possible, even though I would kill for a burger right now. Just for the record, I have already decided that I will make an exception on my birthday.
There's absolutely nothing on tv today, so as if it wasn't bad enough to be hungover, I will also be incredibly bored all day. Oh tv, why have you forsaken me.
Anyway, happy new year to everybody, and I hope that it will bring better things than the last one.