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May 4, 2012 |

Eurovision and SATW

I've discovered a new interest of mine in Eurovision. Listening to some past Eurovision songs has made me excited to be able to tune into the 2012 version. I've always loved foreign music, especially when sung in a non-English language, and from Eurovision, I particularly like Germany's Lena and Norway's Alexander Rybak. :)

Alexander Rybak
Alexander Rybak

Also, if you haven't ever read the webcomic Scandinavia and the World, but you like learning funny tidbits about history and geography, you should check it out. For instance, I didn't know that Scandinavia does not include Finland! I've always dreamed of writing a webcomic like that (except mainly with countries I'm more familiar with here in the Western hemisphere), and Humon is a true inspiration for when I end up doing anything involving comics. :)




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