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At 8:30pm on March 25, 2010, PJE said…
Life there seems so fragile, and then they have melting glaciers too.
Thank you for adding me.
At 4:29am on March 25, 2010, Anick-Marie said…
Happy hexadecimal majority! I'm glad that you got in touch... I'm still trying to get my way around the game and am challenging myself to complete at least one mission adn see how it goes with my schedule and all.

So about my lifestyle, I'll give you an example that might speak to you. I arrived in Rygge airport on Dec 3,and started to walk out of the airport. I stuck my thumb out everytime a car came around, looking for the best place where a car could stop in spite of the scarce trafic down there. After 10 minutes, a car stops. The guy takes me to the Moss service station. As I get out of there, I ask a few people and finally get a ride with a soldier going to a base Northwest of Oslo to carry a messenger duty. I'm grateful for it because it's in the right direction for me (headed to Grorud, where my best friend lives). With a few indications, he decides to drive me to her place, as I know how to get there on foot and do not know the address :) Two nights after, I go on my first dumpster-diving experience in Norway, at the Furuset shopping center. I come back with a lot of fruits (mainly bananas, apple and pineapple). This gave me the opportunity to discuss about food waste and values with my best friend, an unconditional of Tax Free shops and expensive sungla****. She tells me she's going with some friend to Harrytur for New Year's the day after and I'm welcome to come. As I have an acquaintance I volunteered online with in Grebbestad, Sweden, on the way down to Götenburg, I ask if she'd mind me spending two nights there and back. No problem. I withdraw some NOKs to buy bread, dark chocolate and public transportation tickets. I head down to Sweden and have two quiet days with my retired friends, making Christmas spicy cookies and enjoying the shore. I hitchback in one ride to Moss with an English trucker, and we're stopped at the border so have plenty of time to chat. Well, enough for this story - it was just a glimpse :)
Let's evoke soon!
At 3:36pm on March 18, 2010, Khaled Kurdi said…
Dear Raymond,

Please check my latest blog on cold food with zero electricity, I hope you find it useful, could you also circulate to your groups, if possible.

Thanks
Keep evoking
At 5:00am on March 18, 2010, Pradip Dey said…
Good day, Raymond! Welcome, let's share knowledge. Regards.
At 8:10pm on March 17, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 7:19pm on March 10, 2010, Kevin DiVico said…
Raymond - your a fan of Jaron Laniers work- may I suggest his new book You are not a gadget... it makes for insightful and thoughtful reading
At 12:06pm on March 10, 2010, Raymond M. Kristiansen said…
Oslo is still having some snow, and I hope the snow will go away soon :)
At 11:59am on March 10, 2010, ntuthuko Mnisi said…
oslo hw r u
At 7:40pm on March 9, 2010, Alchemy said…
Agent Kristiansen, your blog post has inspired a Next Step mission. You have been awarded +15 Spark. Well done.
At 11:29am on March 9, 2010, cameron michael keys said…
let's dig in and release some sparks, Raymond!
At 3:28pm on March 6, 2010, Amanda Jeffrey said…
Constructive criticism and playing devils advocate in a delicate manner is going to be key, I think.
At 3:06pm on March 4, 2010, happyseaurchin said…
wow... i get what you are saying about us thinking of the future, and 2020 is a good date for it for sure :) but to think that we might actually be held accountable (even in an amusing way) to what we say today... wow, there's some deep play potential there, and i suspect the depth is in you, not this game... hell, i'll vote for you if you can make this more of a reality... i might suggest we might combine it with a year's leap too :)
At 10:54am on March 4, 2010, Raymond M. Kristiansen said…
The problem with world wide fixes is that often, those fixes will drown in political mayhem. Just like at COP15 in Copenhagen. What came out of that? Not much. Why? No compromise was found.

The question is how to affect change, on a local as well as global level, working With the limitations in today's political climate, and not just banging our head against the wall, saying "But USA (or China, Russia, etc) doesn't want to support our worthy cause!"
At 10:33am on March 4, 2010, Joseph Jones said…
Sustainable Development: First i love it because it solves problems we have NOW with solutions that will last for generations to come. With an ongoing cycle of this type of development the human race would be literally unstoppable (except by large meteorites and solar flares and other one a million shots).

Another turn on for me is the fact that most of these solutions are large scale. WORLD WIDE fixes for problems that affect everyone.

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