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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

Here you will find my small graffiti board where I write about things I come to think about.

In my blog, I write about the general unfairness of life, about spam mail, vintage computers, board games, Norwegians, current and not-so-current affairs, technology and whatever else occurs to me — in other words, a glorious mess. All opinion expressed here are of course my own, and all similarities with any living people is of course intentional.

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Published: Monday 2003-11-03.

It is interesting to note that in Sweden, it is illegal to write anything on the Swedish flag (which makes almost every sports audience illegal), while it is permitted to burn it, or any other flag. Here in Norway, on the other hand, you can receive a one-year jail term for burning a flag from another country. It seems, however, to be permitted to burn the Norwegian one, nor does it seem to be prohibited to draw things on it.

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Då tycker jag att i full konsekvens med detta så skall du polisanmäla varje gång du ser ett sportevenmang där sådana skändligheter begås. Eller varför inte starta en kampanj?

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