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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Published: Monday 2005-03-21.

After having watched seasons two to six of Stargate SG-1, that I have borrowed on dvd from a friend, one after another since last autumn I have noticed that I have taken up some expressions from the series. Especially I have started answering Indeed when I agree with someone, just like Teal’c does in the series.

I’m not sure if that is good or bad, but apparently I’m not the only one. This weekend I visited Ian’s to play 1856, and since he doesn’t speak Norwegian it became a whole with conversations in English and much too many Indeeds. When I commented that I seemed to have taken up a bad habit, Ian, who also is a Stargate fan, pointed out that he probably has as well. I’m still not sue if that is good or bad, though. But I don’t really care, because now I have borrowed season seven, and it seems so far to be at least as good as the previous six...

In case you are wondering, I lost at 1856, but it was very even. 1856 with three player is a very different game to with four or five players that I have played earlier, with three players it seems as if there is much too money going around for it to be as cut-throat as it is supposed to be.

This entry is referenced in: Rainy day: 1856 and Arkham Horror.

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