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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: Saturday 2004-06-19.

Expressen is quoting the Big Mac index, a method of comparing the price level the world over by looking at how much a Big Mac costs at McDonald’s in different countries. Converted into Swedish currency, the Norwegian hamburger costs almost 40 kronor, which is easily the most expensive, more than double the price in the United States and over 30% more expensive than in Sweden.

And remember that McDonald’s is among the less expensive places you can eat at in this country...

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