Wednesday, June 28, 2006

More down time!

Expect absolutely nothing to happen on this blogg until the 4th of July......

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Finnmaercia Harbour area Final draft!

The field trip to Vienna pays off! The Royal residence on top of the dome offers a fabulous view of the whole city -in particular the view of the harbour area. From here one can enjoy all the gifts from the freed nations. In the centre lies the beautiful leisure harbour island of Prince Vidkuns hair - Fantastic outline. Here you can go for a relaxing day in the weekend and eat stöckfich.

The Omen part III

Damien is alive and doing well. Living in the outscurtes of Vienna with his so call "parentes" atending the nearby primary school - and goes by the name of Fritz.

Sunday, June 25, 2006

I have seen the hills of Vienna!

... And the flying comercials! (the horror!)
Oh what a night! Eating traditional Austrian food on the moutain side with the view of Vienna. Wine strait from the barrel. Fantastic! 4 different types homemade cheese, smoked deer and spinach pie.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

A sacrifice for the cause!

I am in Vienna to investigate and get inspired on how to make a true Impirial city. This is the last great emperor city in Europe. Be back on the 3ed of July.

.......................over and out.

Thursday, June 15, 2006

draft- Finnmaercia -draft

Go to Shädy Acres to find out what this is all about.

The major layout of Central Finnmaercia.
The Idea is to Wipe the old capital of StöckFisck off the map and replace it with the new capital of Finnmaercia! Se old map here
The Centre of Finnmaercia (as shown on map) will be a celebration of The skiing god of Höne - the new Capital centre will be formed like to skies with a great big park in the middle! The park lakes of milk and honey, chesse and onions will display the less know items the god of Höne is also a protector of.

At the Northern end of the Park will be the Great Statue of BELL 'n BATS to be seen from the whole Capital. Handcrafted in (by?) solid rock (okay it's a converted mountain but still) by the enslaved masses of the governed continents.
This is just the beginning!

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The concept of Democratic Terrorism

Instead of spending all our money on surveillance to prevent terrorism – I think everybody can agree that – we should rather spend them on education, hospitals and the elderly. How can we do this? Is there a democratic way to stop waisting money and deal with terrorism?
Yes there is a democratic way of solving the terrorist treat.

[We will vote on it]

We setup a panel of intelligent people, there job is to compile a list of the most horrible buildings in every country. Criteria’s for selecting a building could include an aesthetics point of view, feasibility studies, functionality etc. After carefully selecting each building or building project (or area for that matter) every country should vote for a building to be the target of terror. And make sure to get the vote right – “are we voting for the building to keep or the building to go?” – no Florida election this time baby!!
[Heck – we’ll even pay for the dynamite]
The countries should then invite the terrorists to come to there countries. As a token of appreciation the countries should provide adequate support like explosives, airplanes, shoes, Irish whiskey, north Spanish sausages –that should cover about everybody. After a day or two with welcoming the program continues: on a certain day at a specified time (should be flexible to meet the demands of the terrorists but within a reasonable time limit – say 2 weeks. Long enough not to interfere with the ticket sales to the event) the building determined to be a target of terror by democratic election would then be destroyed by air, by sea, by land by the terrorists!
In Denmark’s case an excellent choice would be Fisketorvet – with a great view from the whole harbour!
Think of the economic potential of such an event, the possibilities, the franchising! The video, the t-shirt, the book etc. The potential! Don’t say terrorism is counterproductive!

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Seen by The Lakes

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Just another day at the office

You're away for fuckin 5 minutes!


The South Harbour Sanctuary PART III

The sign says that is is the bathing jetty of Daimler Chrysler - but when did they start making boats?

End of report from yours truly

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The South Harbour Sanctuary PART II

Here you see the situation a bit closer South Harbour Street is the red one.

In my opinion this is one of the sanctuaries of Copenhagen. This is one of the few secret places that still exists in Copenhagen. As you can see in the picture they are building residential buildings on Floodgate Islet, 5000 apartments in total -over the next couple of years. This means that this quiet city space is - as they often are -only is a passing thing. Today I was there for about 1 ½ hours and only meet 2 people on foot and 3 in a boat. Not much for (close to) central Copenhagen. Not a person for miles!

It is a great place for thinking and clearing your mind or to go with a good friend to hang out. It is very quiet, sunny and you get an excellent view of the small Tileworks Harbour.
I did not bring my bathing trunks today - but if you’re not too scared of seaweed (I’m not), it is clean and pure water strait from Øresund perfect for swimming – although it is illegal ( but who cares?).

The Green dots on the map mark the photopoints from the trip.

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The South Harbour Sanctuary part I

A series of big office buildings were put up by the waterfront in the late 80ies and early 90ies including companies like Sonofon, Noika, Daimler Chrysler and Ericsson.
The road going pass the area is: South Harbour Street. South Harbour Street (Shown on the photo) is properly the most heavily trafficked road in all of Copenhagen.
It is the main road for west and south Sealand
and Sweden (Malmö) form the center of Copenhagen. A heavy trafficked road like this has the ability to create an imaginary impenetrable wall.

As a pedestrian or cyclist you don’t really want to go/pass places like this unless you have to. Since there is nobody living in this area either -the result is that there is completely no life after office hours. Once you pass South Harbour Street your all by yourself!

This is the “entrance” to Brickworks Harbour or Teglværkshavnen as it is called in Danish. The pictures shows the view just 20 yards/meters after I passed the road.

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Saturday, June 10, 2006

Photocopy trees


Wednesday, June 07, 2006


Just got to have it on my website!
Whent to see The Omen -very well updated.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

A personalized message from the staff at TBT to you!

Do to the limited international standard day of only 24 hours -it has not been possible for me to publish anything recently on this blog -until today.
I tried sleepinng 5 quarters an hour in the last days because I have been extremly bizzy! But it just wasn't enough. There was no way I could squeeze in one secound of blogging between my exam and my brothers wedding.
I appoligize for any inconvinience I may have caused, by giving away this free picture to you - as a personal gift, my way of saying: