Friday, December 30, 2005

December 29th, 2005:
Socialising in Helsingborg

What I think:
It's a shame that most people here in Helsingborg don't go out to socialise on weeknights, but get totally pissed on Friday nights. They fight, puke and/or have nasty, heart-breaking one-night stands.

It's time that the Swedish government did something about it. That's what I think.

The news today (oh, boy)
From the world outside:

Big Freeze Grips Britain: Britain is preparing for even chillier conditions, with temperatures dropping as low as -7C. The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for Eastern England and Scotland. Temperatures plunged as low as -11C on Wednesday night, making December the coldest since 1996. From Sky News

US judge orders Nazi death camp guard to be deported to native Ukraine: Three decades of attempts to deliver justice to a man accused of being a guard in Nazi concentration camps took a new twist yesterday when a US judge ordered the deportation of John Demjanjuk, an 85-year-old retired car factory worker. From The Guardian

Russian church cuts ties with Sweden over gay unions: The Russian Orthodox Church has frozen relations with the Swedish Lutheran Church over its decision to bless gay unions. It says homosexuality is a "sin and a vileness" and the Swedish initiative "undermines the foundations of European civilisation". From The Local - Sweden's news in English


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