This blog is becoming amazingly popular and it is very hard to keep up with all the corrspondense. So far we have 3 comments, 1 of them is from me, so as you see it is hard to keep up. But I promise that no comment will go unoticed. That`s all for the good news. Now lets inspect what has been happening on the darker side of the apple.
It has happend again, my computer is dead....again. I am starting to feel that there might be this lovely curse hanging over me when it comes to computers. My last computer died eight times on me and now this one is following in the same path. Maybe after all Mac is the way to go?
So I am sad to say this to my compasionate followers but updates and similar things might be a bit sparse in the near future.
To sum this all up, a friendly advise from some country that I have not yet been to: Shame to the person who abandon a limping dog.

Have fun everybody. Bye the way I am coming to Sweden the next month.

As someone said 'Even the sun has it's dark spots'. Last week was rather stimulating I must say. Last week it was all about bikes and umbrellas. Might sound like good fun but the two of them can work out nasty things if let alone. Here I speak from experience, I rather see 57th bride of Chucky than let them have a go again.
So last week, Tuesday, as I finished work loads of rain decided to fall and my boss offered me an umbrella. Not bad not bad. Wednesday morning, the sun is high on e and can't stop beaming but I have to return the umbrella so I bring it along to school. It is during this little trip something occurs. I see up ahead that the traffic light switches to green so I speed up to make the light, note Japanese traffic lights are notorious slow so you don't want to miss them. At full speed on my mini bike the umbrella feels that it no longer can resist the oh so charming front wheel and slips in for a move. This cause my bike to come to a complete stop and leaves me flying over the bike. Ouch!
10 minutes later I am able to use my legs again and I get up on the bike and ride at the amazing speed of 0.5 mph to school. Even though I am pretty roughed up looking i get marked for over sleeping, great.
With a limp on my left leg I go to work, I park my bike in front of the train station and get on the train. After work my leg is in too much pain so I take the train home. A few days later I go to pick up the bike just to find it is not there any more. Someone has thrown it into the river, great! I get it up and find that the pedals are so deformed so bike is completely useless, great! I have to walk home now, great! Later I found out that any cool bike is sold out, great!
But shame to the quitter! ...and long live internet! Today I bought a new bike, which will be delivered to my house on Friday, great!!
And here is the beauty:


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