I want to thank my readers for following me. A few days ago, I received the 1000+ followers logo. Six years ago, when I started blogging, I saw that bloggers celebrated that achievement. Being Danish, writing in English, this goal sounded far out. Now I am here, and a big thank you. Without engaging in each other’s blogs, you don’t […]
Both Mike Lindell and Lin Wood are heavily persecuted for their continuous exercising their First Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech.
We are in a time where searching for truth, and speaking truth is seen as a revolutionary thing. In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell Questions about the Corona PCR tests are not regarded as valid, or why don’t we have any flu cases? Why are voices silenced about the cure of COVID-19, […]
Nearby this church, one of my paternal great grandfathers lived in the 1880s. Thankfully, some streets look like they have never changed. Amagergade in Copenhagen is one of them. When you see an old photo from the spot, there are many people and no cars. Today, that’s an impossibility. When every fun thing is under lockdown, we still have the […]
"As a young immigrant in the 1870's New York, Jacob Riis had experienced poverty, starvation and unemployment. Reporting from the slums he witnessed the consequences of massive immigration, speculation and dreadful housing conditions. His life's goal was to improve conditions for residents of the tenements. The children were close to his heart."
Thinking about the uncertain and dangerous times of WWII, we are again in a war. This time it's a war on information and disinformation or a fight between good and evil
A History Lesson 2. Basic survival is rarely the cause for development these days. Medicine and medical skills being the exception, today's inventions are almost solely to make our effort more economical and less difficult. From cars to computers to building designs to clothing and so much more. — 40_Head (@601_404) September 18, 2020 The author of this Tweet thread […]
Pressing on to learn to use the WordPress Block Editor, I have made a small progress from last week to now. Thank you to my fellow Bloggers for inspiration
Denmark is known for the many bicycles. I used my bike as a means of transportation for many years. Then not so much...
In a quiet spot in Seattle, a place called Ballard is a new Nordic Museum. Immigrants from the Nordic countries flocked to that place at the beginning of the twenties century. I felt at home walking in the streets and visiting a Danish ex-pat family. Excerpt from Wikipedia on Ballard: Historically Ballard is the traditional center of Seattle’s ethnically Scandinavian seafaring […]