Have to agree with you there, Greyson. It's absolutely terrifying to cross those small, uncontrolled crossings we have a lot of here in Norway as well. My worst nightmare is to have an engine breakdown on the railway. So when I have to cross railways I hesitate more than usual before Igo for it.
Svein, you're right, but it still scares me that a terrorist is given an open forum on our soil. As far as Ahmadinejad getting a hard time goes, his friend Hugo is upset about that. Maybe the university should invite him over here so he can vent.
That would be a great day for the students (and the media!):
A debate including Hugo, Fidel, Ahmadinejad and the Head Master as host
I think the head master did a very important and right thing - this is the way to focus on terrorism and human rights. Same thing goes for China: Putting the situation there on the agenda by having the Olympics there!
Oh Watsonville, what I wouldn't give for some delicious strawberries from there right about now. I used to complain about the price of fruit in California, but after moving to Minnesota, I would give anything to have those prices back. Of course I about fell over when I saw the price of fruit in Alaska. Our milk now is over $4 a gallon....what the.....we have the cows here.
Svein, I gun it to get over them quick. If there is a train coming, and I am going to be the first car in line, I will pull over way back and let everyone else get up there first. I don't know why the fear, because when I was little my cousin and I used to put pennies on a tracks to smash them. We would stand about 10 feet away from the track. Weird huh?