The hotel connected to the Concert Hall (opposite our office) has changed their logo. The old neon logo had a flair of late 80's to it. The new one...eh I'm not sure what to say about those fake small caps.
Probably they couldn't afford a designer to make a new logo, so they probably had some office clerk make if straight out of MS Word using faux Small Caps. A true feeling of quality.
Fan vilket lågvattenmärke, inte bara sätter de in en stor artikel om en hund som dött. Man kan också diskutera sin saknad.
Endast i Expressen.
A bit short on news? Not only do they put in a whole page about a dog. You can also discuss your loss on a thread: " Do you miss Eddie- the dog from Frasier - he was such a free spirit".
Sick! Sick! Sick!
Now – besides from the (b) being upside-down/reversed in example "B" – what's the difference? Could anybody help me?
It's driving me insane! Is there something that I don't see? Something very, very simple that escapes my eyes?
The paper also states that there could be irreversable damages if connected the wrong way. So now I could be in deep trouble...
Our idiot neighbour, known as "The Ox" to his hooligan friends, who not only like to wake us up at 3 in the morning with bad techno, but has now also decided he's to lazy to go downstairs with his trash.
After the landlord told him he couldn't keep his trash outside the doors for days, he decided to hide it – one flight up just by the door to the attic. It gives out a really "obscure" smell. He's also as stupid as to deny it.
If there's some form of entity that rules the univers and other dimensions, please strike down upon this imbicille. Thank you!
Checking out the cooking description on the rice package from local brand Coop, I noticed something weird.
The description is printed for each of the nordic countries (Iceland excluded), and for some reason the amount of water used is different depending on in which country you live in. For example on one package it states that in Sweden you need 6 dl water to cook 240g rice, in Denmark – just across the water – they only need 4,5 dl. Amazing how much water the danes much be saving.
Singing childrens songs is great fun. When we got "Let's sing" by Alice Tegnér we had no idea what nice songs awaited us. Well we should've known since this is the songbook that we all sang from in school. I also know my parents had this book in school in the 40's-50's (Published in 1943 by Liber).
Now, for some reason one would think that every now and then an editor would go through the book and look through the material.
But it's very evident that they haven't. The edition we have is from 2000, and no changes has been made. As you can see in the images below from spread p. 42-43. A nice song about "The Crocodile Family"