If you’ve got a sense of humour, you’ll probably find this clip I made yesterday a bit of fun.
The journey to Sweden
For the actual book, go to http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0046ZS2PA.
The authorities must love me for some reason. During the first week of August of 2010, my half-sister dumped her cats on me since she was going to be ‘preoccupied’ during the next couple of months. I like cats, so that’s no problem – I get her litter box and buy some cat food and sand, expecting care-free temporary ownership of these cats, cuddling them a bit now and then and keeping them fed. I don’t like having my night’s sleep disturbed, however, so when I go to bed I lure them outside and place the food bowls there, then locking the balcony door. My apartment is on the ground floor, and the cats can run out freely through a hole in the balcony, hence it seems just fine in my eyes. Sometimes the cat meow a little when I leave them outside, but I figure this might be a good opportunity for them to go catch rats or something.
From the product description page up on http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0046ZS2PA:
Have you ever grown tired of the constant white-washing of Socialist countries by today’s mass media? Well, here’s the antidote – a 120’000 word exposé on the real contemporary Sweden, fully unmasked in all its vileness.
A week ago I finished writing a book that I’m now promoting, and for that reason I decided to seriously enter the world of social networking, having up until this point shunned the idea. I mean, I’m not a very social person, and when I read on Facebook about someone taking their dog for a walk, my only thought is “what the hell do I care about that?”