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A ticket given, a ticket earned

When I was seventeen or eighteen years old I got bad grades in math. Not content I asked my teacher for a chance to finish early. No, not…

What does an Evil Religious Scholar do?

I sometimes claim to be an Evil Religious Scholar because, well, I can’t claim to be a Mad Scientist. Having spent ten years working on double exams in…

Well, I ain’t knapsu!

I promised vikings, but let’s start by telling what ”knapsu” is. The word is mainly used in northern Sweden – in fact it’s not what you would think…

Comics – a love note

I grew up with the belgian school of comics. My parents religiously bought every album of Tintin, Asterix, Spirou and Fantasio, Benoît Brisefer, and Johan and Peewit. Their…

Small scale vikingspotting

I’m battling a virus, which means resting indoors most of the time. Gets boring after a while so yesterday I decided to take a walk and do some…

The education of a crownprincess

In comparison to cleaning haunted houses cleaning the study chamber of the swedish crownprincess sounds rather bland, don’t you think? That’s what I do this summer when times…

To Hobby Lobby and all of that ilk

As christians we do not belong to this world, yet we have to live in it. We have to deal with it breaking into our reality, deal with…

Why a swedish artist and author speaks up on Hobby Lobby

I’ve been reading up on Hobby Lobby and the supreme court decision in the US. Despite the fact I live in Sweden, and my healthcare is funded from…

What I learned from How To Train Your Dragon 2

”Vikings” are all the rage right now. I put quotation marks around  the word since the people portrayed seldom have much in common with the real norse culture….

What I learned from Frozen

So, this friday we had family friday (fredagsmys) and saw Frozen. Being swedish, ie. scandinavian, this movie was extra interesting to me. I couldn’t see it unprejudiced since…