Lazy Days

Hi crew! I bet you’re all pretty pissed with me but I can explain. First, I’m sorry for I haven’t updated this page lately. Second, I hope you’re all having a blast out there in the sun during summer (or having a kick-ass winter vacation if you’re an Aussie or suchlike).

Anyways, I haven’t been writing anything because I’ve been busy doing nothing. 🙂 Summer is here and there are sure sweet days. I’ve been to Sunny Beach in Bulgaria for one month working for a bar with promotion and party-fixing associated stuff. That sure was funny. Bulgaria is a hot slutty place which is really sweet. But you get pretty tired with it after awhile I guess. I made a lot of new friends and met some old ones. In all it was a nice long vacation for me. Now I’m home again in Sweden (at the moment in Uppsala).

I have very glad news (for me at least), and that is that I got enrolled at the Comparative and International Education Master’s Program in Oslo. Universitas Osloensis) is the oldest, largest and most prestigious university in Norway, situated in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. I will from August 12 live at the old campus on Karl Johans gate (Oslo’s central pedestrian street) although my studies will apparently mostly take place at a modern campus area called Blindern, about 3-4 km away. I guess I gotta get my bike with me.

From now on I will start to be more active here now when I am able to sit more in front of the computer. But for now I just give you this;

Interesting things that has happened during the summer:

1. Ingrid Betancourt escaped from the evil communist guerrilla Farc, Colombia.

2. The Serbic dog-of-war Karadzic who was answering under the Nationalist-Socialist leader and oppressor Slobodan Milošević has finally been caught (and radically changed his look).

3. In Sweden something that is called the FRA is being the hottest potato right now. Sweden’s National Defence Radio Establishment (FRA) wants to enlarge its mandate so it gets more rights to oversee electronic posts and telecommunications. FRA’s operations are guarded with extreme secrecy, however, the agency has come under fire since the government passed a new controversial law allowing the agency to monitor cable-borne telecommunications and Internet traffic which crosses Sweden’s borders.

4. Iran continues with its nuclear power program. I’m not surprised.

5. Obama finally beat Hillary. These are so god damn old news I won’t even try to say anything about it. I just hope that no one of them gets even close to the White House after October.

6. People start to forget all about Tibet and monks and all that and start to cheer for their teams for the Olympics instead. I’m not surprised this time either. Activists in the western world suck ass as usual :).


About tegis

This blog belongs to Carl-Mikael A. Teglund - tegis. Swedish emigrant with a heart for languages, philosophy, history, and politics (classical liberalism in the European tradition). Go ahead and look, read, or listen. I'm sure you will find it interesting.
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