Monday, November 15, 2010

Info and the Wobblies

My fellow pedestrians!
How was your weekend? Good I trust?

Today is monday, and I dont really have anything to add today.
I figured that I´m going to write something at least once per week, starting from now, with this post of general information.
It has been a little random up until now, but know that from now on you can expect something every monday.

In addition: I have been working on a theme for the blog. It has been something between a personal log of happenings and interests up until now, and I figure that I will continue the trend but add news into the equation.
I will try to have a little of all three items on the menu per week, but as I am known to be a person of varying degree of dicipline, it will probably only be one of the themes.
Notice that the blog description has expanded (Top of the blog), as it helps you have a clear overview of what this blog aspires to be.
So what you can expect this blog to contain from now are items from the following list:
  • Pictures of events and travels
  • Stories from events and travels
  • Ideas and interests
  • Inputs on theological or philosophical questions
  • References to sites or people who are doing something extraordinary
  • News or review of articles that I believe are of interest or should be of interest to most of you
  • Discussions
Notice that a code of conduct have popped up at the page description above. Please have a quick look at it before adding comments or discussion threads. 

As it is I´m still in the US, traveling and studying, so I will try to log as much of my comings and goings into the blog as a lot of the readers of the blog are people who are wondering how it is down here. But fear not! This will not become one of those personal diary blogs that you find on the web.

With that I leave you with an old verse from a workers union from the US (IWW):

Are you poor, forlorn and hungry?
Are there lots of things you lack?
Is your life made up of misery?
Then dump the bosses off your back.
Are your clothes all patched and tattered?
Are you living in a shack?
Would you have your troubles scattered?
Then dump the bosses off your back.

                               - John Brill, IWW Songbook
And people told me that the left never existed in the US...

And the song of the week is:

1 comment:

Kirby said...

Nice themes! Looking forward to different discussions :)