Don’t believe everything you think

A day has gone since al Qaeda told people to blow up Norwegian stuff. It’s been awfully quiet, not so much as a firecracker. Let’s keep it that way, shall we? Some people have speculated that the whole thing might be a big misunderstanding. It could be that the guy who spoke on the tape, Ayman al-Zawahri, mixed things up a little bit, thinking that Denmark was Norway. It’s no big deal, people do it all the time.

I’ve spent most of the afternoon gathering my thoughts and playing GTA Vice City. A great game. Tomorrow I’m going to the movies to see The Matrix Reloaded. Most reviews I’ve seen have said that the movies is so-so, but who the hell cares about movie critics, anyway? I, for one, don’t. I’m more interested in telling you people what I think, than to listen to what the critics say I should think. Or something like that.

I had a little chat with Kristoffer today, and it looks like he is planning to get his own blog online some day. I’ve got a feeling he’ll be able to write about stuff in a pretty entertaining way, so I hope he gets it online soon.

I’m considering starting some sort of SPAM statistics page, just to get an idea of how much SPAM I get and how long my penis could have been by now.


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