Swedish person who definitely does not do IB. Likes writing, music, computers, politics and many other things. Blogs never.
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Yeah, the Palme-murder is kind of the classic thing for people to be obsessed with and trying to solve it feels like. Personally I think that it wont be solved, and that it will soon kind of stop mattering if it's a private person since time tends to kind of make "creating justice" slightly superfluous when everyone who personally cares is dead. If it's like, SÄPO and a deliberate cover-up that would probably have an bigger impact but then we're slightly drifting into conspiracy theory city.
I'm hopefully moving out this fall into a place of my own and in to a whole new city so this song feels apt.
I don't know really? The place looks the same to me, except that the tree is like, more than a meter lower than before? the majority of the tree is still above water, but a whole big branch that was above the water before is now below it.. The tree is still alive and looks stable enough so I am just very confused about the whole thing. I noticed that the tree seemed very low earlier but I couldn't really get in the water and investigate until now.
Hmm... The not-castle looks like bread maybe? It looks kind of tasty.
Yesterday I went for a swim in the river for the first time this year. It is now officially summer. I am honestly going around quite giddy at the fact that it's warm out, and I can go swimming outside. So life is good. I am looking forward to spending hours beside the river reading, listening to podcasts and drawing.
In weird news - a tree that I last year needed a rope to climb on to and didn't reach the water from was this year under water and at about the same level as my head. Can a tree sink? Is that a thing that can happen? The water level is about the same - maybe even lower - but large parts of the tree is just... under water?
I've voted! I did it on the first day I could and in return didn't have to wait in line. It felt less ceremonial than it did in fall probably due to a combination of the following:
1. It wasn't my first time voting this time.
2. I didn't vote on the actual election day.
3. It was to the EU.
Still, democracy, it's a cool thing.
To a point I get the awkwardness around materials and money, wealth and the display of it is used as a marker of status. That said, "hey I'm going to keep this thing around forever so I better make it nice" is a really sensible perspective.
Sucks that that uni place is so unhelpful, especially since you've not even graduated. It's not like you are holding on to a plan even after proof that it isn't working out. (And even then not listening to objections that their plan isn't going to work is not a good way to help.)