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Thursday, 22 April 2010

Nå har jeg fått feedback på CV-en min fra the Ladders. Jeg tror jeg har en jobb foran meg. Men men




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Erik Ribsskog
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Erik Ribsskog
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Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 11:56 PM




To:
demmerson@theladders.com






Hi,

I'm unemployed at the moment, unfortunately, so I can't afford to pay as much as £299, for a CV now, unfortunately.

But I'll try to rewrite my CV myself, and then if I get more founds, I can get back to you later, to get help with my CV, if that's alright.


Thank you very much for good feedback!

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 4:28 PM, <cvservicesteam@theladders.co.uk> wrote:

Professional CV Critique

Prepared specifically for Erik Ribsskog

Dear Erik,


My name is David Emmerson and I thank you for selecting TheLadders for your CV review. I have reviewed your document and prepared some comments that I hope will give you some insight. Keep in mind I am reviewing your document as it relates to the needs and demands of the executive employment market. We stay in tune with what recruiters and hiring managers want and need in a CV and our experience in working with executives is unmatched.


Before I begin the critique, I do need to warn you about my style since my comments can seem rather direct, though I mean no offence. The reality is that the job market is very competitive now - particularly within the current economic climate - so I find it beneficial to be upfront rather than subtle or agreeable.


Please go through the critique carefully. You will see at the end that I recommend our premium CV rewrite for you, which can be purchased using this link (details follow after the critique):

https://www.theladders.co.uk/order-confirmation?billId=20609&sign=y&et_id=84201004&sign=y


Let's get started! It will help to have a copy of your CV nearby for reference as I make comments.

SUMMARY/INTRODUCTION

Let's start right at the top. First, don't open your CV with tags like ‘Personal Profile.' Every recruiter worth his or her salt will know it's your profile statement when they read it. Instead, begin your CV with a career title/tagline to announce yourself and provide a clear focus for your readers. It will present you in a much stronger light.


Your introductory section is too long - containing far too much information than is necessary to establish a connection with your reader. It gives the impression you are trying to cover all the possible bases, making the document hard to read and digest quickly. This is perhaps the most important section - employers will often make their decision on whether or not to proceed with the CV while reading this section. So you must do better! An effective summary is focused on prospective employer's needs and outlines how your past can benefit their future. It is supposed to provide a quick overview and needs to be streamlined to make the most important facts about you stand out right away.


Additionally, I recommend pulling some of your higher skills out into a separate Core Competencies subsection underneath the summary. This is a great strategy. It serves as a keyword-rich area that enables your CV to be quickly found on the internet, while showcasing your unique strengths to the reader. Therefore, carefully compile a succinct list of industry-specific individual excellences, and add it to your CV.


CONTENT

As I digest your CV, not much is jumping out to announce it is the CV of a high-calibre professional. It is not highlighting your experience level or skill-set as well as it could. I can see you clearly have the impressive experience and credentials, but you must display all you have to offer in a clearer and more accommodating way for your reader. This will become clearer as we continue.


From the way your work history is worded, you seem to be more of a ‘doer' than an ‘achiever'. Too many of your job descriptions are task-based and not result-based, meaning they describe what you did, not what you achieved. To be effective and create excitement, it needs to be results-based: What was achieved as a result of what you did? Employers are looking for quantified results. They want to know you have solved problems similar to theirs and that you achieved the results for which they are looking. Look at these:


- I have a Norwegian blog, http://www.johncons-mirror.blogspot.com, that I've been working on, since I started with it, on my spare-time, in the summer of 2007.


- Working as a freelancer, doing research on Scandinavian companies in the packaging-industry for a database, www.packagingdatabase.com, on behalf of Packaging Europe, Norwich


- Chinese Food Delivery in Oslo West and Bærum, part-time

What you have here is just job description, and this is going to be very similar to the CV content of many other qualified candidates. Be proud of your accomplishments and allow them to shine through your job descriptions.


Another problem is that your work history is not presented properly. The paragraph format or ‘chunks of text' almost assure the reader won't read it. Where are your bullet-points? These will allow the most important accomplishments to be highlighted. Remember, a CV is read differently - the summary is read and then the rest of the document is scanned quickly with job titles, bullet statements, and other highlighted material being read first. Total reading time is about 45 seconds. If a CV can't be read that quickly, it won't be read.


You have also taken your work history too far back in time by going all the way back to 1979. Employers are generally interested only in the past 10-15 years experience because it is what is most relevant to the challenges they face today. If you are concerned about showing depth, there are ways a professional writer would truncate your older experience while still showing you have good background upon which to draw.


Further, while a traditional technique, having your referees on the CV is falling from favour. Privacy and identity theft have become significant issues and it is always best to protect the details of your referees. Employers don't need this information at so early in the recruitment process and you are putting private information into circulation that should not be in the public realm without caution. Provide these upon request by the employer.


MECHANICS

Moving on, the language of your CV could use extra attention. At the moment, it does not position you as a leader in your area of expertise. The words and adjectives you use are too low-level in tone to successfully promote your abilities and place you above the competition.


Firstly, I am sorry to say that I did detect some typing errors in your CV, such as: ‘90's' - it is incorrect to have an apostrophe here. There are also numerous syntax errors where you have used commas incorrectly. In most cases, a recruiter will automatically discount any CV that is less than flawless, particularly at executive level. Attention to detail is paramount, and there really is no room for mistakes.


There is a lower level tone echoing throughout the CV because your writing switches between active voice and passive voice throughout the document. To be effective, a CV should be written in active voice. Indicators of the passive voice are ‘responsibilities included,' ‘responsible for,' ‘duties included,' ‘served as' or noun phrases tied with prepositions such as ‘quality member of' or ‘representative of.' The active voice is more natural, direct, vigorous and emphatic - traits you want your CV to have in tone. The use of passive voice weakens your CV. An example of this in your CV is: ‘I was also responsible for the job of packing the bags of screws'


Next, I must point out that professional CVs are written in a technique called ‘tight writing', or verb phrases, where the subject is generally understood rather than voiced. Articles (the, a, an) are minimally used in tight writing and only the core message is voiced. You have used these articles and some long phrases to describe your roles and achievements, and sadly you are disguising the very information an employer needs to see! You have to reduce the "clutter" of extra words so that your many credentials can be seen more clearly. This is just not doing you any justice, and it makes your CV appear amateur. Additionally, you use personal pronouns ("I," "me," "my," etc.) which is awkward and incorrect syntax.


Remember that communication is the number one skill that has the most impact on your promotion, retention and performance. However, there is much more to a great CV than just cataloguing your career history and getting pretty words down on paper. Great communication is knowing what the reader is seeking, knowing how to get your message across succinctly, and knowing how to create clarity in your message. If you are not communicating well in your CV, recruiters will assume you are not a good communicator in person.


DESIGN

I think the design of your CV could benefit a lot from a calculated modification. I mentioned the over-usage of chunks of text earlier which is both textually and structurally problematic.


Within your work history, keep in mind that the ideal job description 1) gives a line of job title and company description; 2) briefly summarises your duties in paragraph format; and then 3) uses bullet-points for your accomplishments and results, so as to maximise their impact. Make sure that the bullets are reserved for the most important, results-based information only.


Your CV is simply too long to be effective. It's as though you couldn't decide what to include, so you included everything. As a result, your CV runs at an inappropriate six pages. With the use of proper design elements and formatting you can make a succinct and commanding two-page CV. You have some difficult decisions and careful consideration ahead, but you must remember that a two (or at very most three) page CV is the only kind that will be considered.


On another note, the Times New Roman font you are using is not the most desirable. When hiring managers are reading through dozens of CVs, they will spend more time on one that has an ‘easy-to-read' font. We are constantly polling companies for feedback on what they want in a CV and believe it or not the font you use is a big deal! The preference of most employers is a Sans Serif font such as 'Arial' in size 10.


Your CV overall lacks the polish and appearance of an executive CV. Using a run-of-the-mill design in your CV hurts your candidacy; you end up fading into the pile of hundreds of others instead of standing out. I highly recommend a more professional look-and-feel to the document to provide a more executive impression. So much can be done with the formatting and design to improve first visual impressions while still maintaining a conservative appearance.


OVERALL IMPRESSIONS/STRATEGY

It is clear to me that you possess the quality of skills, experience and qualifications that are required for a job of an executive calibre. However, your CV does not do you justice in reflecting this - it is too long, containing too much unnecessary information and not enough important info about he roles you have had. It is important to consider today's economic climate. Coming out of a recession, job searches are at an all-time high with hundreds of qualified applicants per vacancy. With job hunting so maddeningly competitive, you cannot allow your CV to be anything less than amazing.


I recommend that you make use of a more executive CV, one that demonstrates your accomplishments and skills in a more strategic way. Give employers what they want to see, and set yourself apart from the hundreds of CVs against which you are competing. Remember that only the best CVs (not candidates) get attention, and eventually an interview.


Of course, this does not mean that you are not a good candidate. Rather, the way that your CV presents your career is not yet very effective or exciting to the reader (who has typically read 100+ CVs before getting to yours).


It may be some comfort to know that there are options available in this difficult time. TheLadders offers an outstanding Executive CV re-writing service, allowing you to relax in the knowledge that your CV will dynamically and professionally stand out from the crowd. We have a group of skilled writers who specialise in executive industry-specific CVs. They have extensive experience crafting CVs to best showcase the qualifications that employers consistently look for from top-tier candidates.


Below, I have listed information that I feel will be of interest to you about our process, the ROI of working with our writers, and pricing. For any further information, please don't hesitate to e-mail me:

DEmmerson@theladders.com


GETTING THE INTERVIEW

There are two things to consider here:

1. You are a premium member of TheLadders.co.uk because you've got the valuable experience, the superior skills, the unique qualifications and, most importantly, the drive to get to that next level.


2. On paper, your wording and presentation are not up to standard. Your CV does not generate enough excitement and professionalism for you to be considered a top candidate.

These elements combine to make you a prime candidate for a CV re-write. We are here to make your job search easy and successful! To this end, it is crucial that your document looks as impressive as you do, and that you do not lose potential interviews in the process.


Only the best CVS - not candidates - get the most attention and eventually an interview. You are clearly a very strong candidate but this is simply not enough to get the interview. Do not forget that at the application stage, the CV is the only representation of you that employers have.


A lot of people, like you, struggle to put themselves down on paper effectively - but that's where we come in. We are experts at knowing the best way to present you. Most competing professionals employ the services of professional CV writers, leaving a disadvantage for those who make the attempt alone. It is similar to trying to take on a home improvement project: it is simply far too difficult and time-consuming to do on your own.


OUR PROCEDURES (simple but highly effective)

Our team is an elite group of skilled professionals. Each of them is a Certified Professional CV Writer (CPRW) with years of experience in effective executive CV/cover letter preparation, branding, and career marketing strategies. Each has CV expertise in at least one Ladder. We provide customised critiques and CVs based on your specific professional needs. Our CV-writing team has prepared more than 25,000 results-oriented executive CVs with an unparalleled level of success. Our service, credentials, and experience are unmatched in the industry.


When you decide to take advantage of our CV writing service you can expect the following process:

1. You will be contacted by a CV writer from TheLadders CV Team within the next 10 business hours. The writer will send you a set of worksheets to fill out. These usually take 1-3 hours to fill out.


2. Once you have returned the worksheets, the writer will, if needed, schedule a phone call with you to ask for more information.

3. The writer will then produce a first draft within 5-7 business days, and you will communicate any changes required to the writer.


4. The writer and you will work together over the email and/or phone until a final draft of documents is produced.

PRICING AND FREE COVER LETTER OFFER

The investment to create your CV is £299. Remember, a CV that gets you a position is priceless. If it shortens your job search by one day, or results even in a 1% increase in compensation, it pays for itself. An ineffective CV can cost thousands of pounds in lost time, income, and opportunity.


Limited-Time Bonus: If you purchase the CV within the next 7 days, we'll write the cover letter for free (worth £70)! This is a limited-time offer so you must click the link to purchase within the allotted 7 day timeframe.


In order to purchase these services, you must first be signed in to your Ladders account. Click the link below and we will send you the materials to get started.

https://www.theladders.co.uk/order-confirmation?billId=20609&sign=y&et_id=84201004&sign=y


TRUST IN OUR CREDENTIALS

You will be in excellent hands working directly with our team. This is your chance to work with the best executive CV writers in the world, some of whose credentials include:


  • Certified Professional CV Writer (CPRW)
  • Internationally Certified Job and Career Transition Coach (JCTC)
  • More than 200 CVs/cover letters published in 20 career books
  • VIP Contributor to High-Level CVs (Career Press)

  • Master Career Counsellor
  • Licensed Professional Counsellor
  • Certified Personal Brand Strategist
  • Certified Online Identity Strategist
  • Masters of Business Administration
  • Certified Six Sigma Black Belt

I hope that my critique has given food for thought and helpful advice. Please contact me on: 0207 148 7154 with any questions or concerns you may have.

Kind regards,

David Emmerson

Executive CV Analyst
TheLadders.co.uk
134-138 Borough High St
London SE1 1LB





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Noen 'fisle-folk', på Dagbladets kommentarsystem, går ikke av veien, for å tulle og komme med usannheter, engang nå det er snakk om forsvarsspørsmål







Nei, her roter du mye Erik.


I 1987 besto det norske forsvar av ca 60.000 mann (og kvinner), av dette ca 12.500 vernepliktige.


20 år senere besto forsvaret av ca 6.500 mann totalt ...


Kilde: Forsvarets Forum


PS: Ikke mer Illuminati og New World Order nå ;)




Her skriver du for å forrvirre.


Du skriver om stående styrker og vernepliktige du.


Jeg snakker om _mobiliseringshæren_, som bestod av tidligere kull med vernepliktige.


Du sier du referer til Forsvarets Forum.


Men Forsvarets Forum har vel skrevet mange tusen sider, i sin tid.


Det er akkurat som om du sier Kilde: VG.


Du må si hvilken dato for VG og hvilken side.


Da refererer du ordentlig.


(Hilsen en som har gått på University of Sunderland, og lært om 'referencing' mm. der).


Erik Ribsskog











http://www.dagbladet.no/2010/04/22/nyheter/innenriks/forsvaret/forsvarspolitikk/sikkerhetspolitikk/11378619/?commentId=4650004#comment_4650004

Jeg er ikke sikker på om den jobben her er noe fin. Så mange skjema. Og man må betale 66 pund, for en slags criminal record check. Hm




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Google Mail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




FACE TO FACE INTERPRETER - LEP











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 2:37 PM




To:
recruitment@language-empire.com






Hi,

thank you very much for your e-mail.

I think it's a bit strange, that I have to pay 66 pounds, for a criminal record check, before I know if I'll get the job.


Is it ok if I buy this criminal record check, after I get my first pay-check?

Thank you very much again for your e-mail!

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog



On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 1:29 PM, Language Empire Recruitment Dept <recruitment@language-empire.com> wrote:






Dear Erik



Re- Face to Face Interpreter Registration



Thank
you for your time taken in applying as a Face to Face Interpreter.
After looking through
your CV, we can confirm that we have shortlisted your CV to become a Face to
Face Interpreter.



We
urgently require
Swedish and Danish Interpreters in your area.



Please
find attached application documents. Please print out and read the instructions
carefully.



By
law we must hold a completed registration form for every freelancer on our
database. We are approved members of the Recruitment and Employment
Confederation (REC). We are also a Data Protection Act registered company. All
data we hold on you is kept strictly confidential and secure and we are ISO
27001 certified.



Please return all completed documents to:


Face
to Face Interpreter Recruitment


Recruitment
Empire


Deeplish
House


174
Milkstone Road


Rochdale


Lancashire


OL11
1NA



PLEASE DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AS WE WILL NOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS SUCH AS ORIGINAL PASSPORT OR
DRIVING LICENSE, ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES ETC.



In order to view the attached documents, please download and
install Adobe Acrobat Reader from the following link: http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/



If
you would like to register as a Freelance Translator, you must hold
formal qualifications in translating written documents. Please email
your CV to translators@language-empire.com



If
you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0845 009 7882.




With
kind regards



Face to Face Interpreter Recruitment Department |

Recruitment Empire Ltd | Deeplish
House
| 174 Milkstone Road | Rochdale |
Lancashire
| OL11 1NA


T: 0845 009 7882 | F: 0845
009 7883
| E: recruitment@language-empire.co.uk
|



www: www.recruitment-empire.co.uk ü
www.language-empire.co.uk ü
www.translation-empire.co.uk




ü Investors
in People Standard


ü Customer
First Standard


ü Associate
Member of the Association of Translation Companies


ü Approved
Member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation


ü ISO9001
Quality Management System Standard


ü ISO27001
Information Security Management Standard


ü ISO
27001 - The Standard for Management of Information Security (ISMS)


ü ISO
14001 - The International Standard for Environmental Management (EMS)


ü BS EN
15038:2006 European standard applying to the quality of translation



Candidate Experience: Your comments are
appreciated.



Recruitment Empire is constantly looking at ways
to improve its candidate experience.
Recruitment Empire truly values
and acts on all candidate feedback. If you have any comments, suggestions or
feedback, please feel free to contact our Managing Director Yasar Zaman at
feedback@language-empire.com









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Please
take a moment to consider our planet ... we only have one.


Do you really need to print a copy of this email?






From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 07 April 2010 19:52

To: recruitment@language-empire.com

Subject: FACE TO FACE INTERPRETER - LEP




Hi,





I read that you are searching for a face to face interpreter.






I'm a Norwegian native speaker, who has been living in the UK, since 2004, so I
also speak fluent English.






I also speak fluent Swedish, (since I'm from the south-east of Norway, close to
the Swedish border, and used with watching Swedish television etc.), and almost
fluent Danish, since I had a Danish born grandmoter.






I've been working on behalf of Microsoft, here in the UK, answering calls in
Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and English, and I've also got a good result on my
English-test, when I studied at the University of Sunderland.






I attach my CV, and hope to hear back from you!







Yours sincerely,






Erik Ribsskog













Nå er det noen som kanskje vil gi meg jobb her. Det var artig. Vi får se




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Google Mail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




FACE TO FACE INTERPRETER - LEP











Language Empire Recruitment Dept
<recruitment@language-empire.com>



Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 1:29 PM




Reply-To:
recruitment@language-empire.com


To:
Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>











Dear Erik



Re- Face to Face Interpreter Registration



Thank
you for your time taken in applying as a Face to Face Interpreter.
After looking through
your CV, we can confirm that we have shortlisted your CV to become a Face to
Face Interpreter.



We
urgently require
Swedish and Danish Interpreters in your area.



Please
find attached application documents. Please print out and read the instructions
carefully.



By
law we must hold a completed registration form for every freelancer on our
database. We are approved members of the Recruitment and Employment
Confederation (REC). We are also a Data Protection Act registered company. All
data we hold on you is kept strictly confidential and secure and we are ISO
27001 certified.



Please return all completed documents to:


Face
to Face Interpreter Recruitment


Recruitment
Empire


Deeplish
House


174
Milkstone Road


Rochdale


Lancashire


OL11
1NA



PLEASE DO NOT SEND ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS AS WE WILL NOT BE HELD
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS SUCH AS ORIGINAL PASSPORT OR
DRIVING LICENSE, ORIGINAL CERTIFICATES ETC.



In order to view the attached documents, please download and
install Adobe Acrobat Reader from the following link: http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/



If
you would like to register as a Freelance Translator, you must hold
formal qualifications in translating written documents. Please email
your CV to translators@language-empire.com



If
you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0845 009 7882.




With
kind regards



Face to Face Interpreter Recruitment Department |

Recruitment Empire Ltd | Deeplish
House
| 174 Milkstone Road | Rochdale |
Lancashire
| OL11 1NA


T: 0845 009 7882 | F: 0845
009 7883
| E: recruitment@language-empire.co.uk
|



www: www.recruitment-empire.co.uk ü
www.language-empire.co.uk ü
www.translation-empire.co.uk




ü Investors
in People Standard


ü Customer
First Standard


ü Associate
Member of the Association of Translation Companies


ü Approved
Member of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation


ü ISO9001
Quality Management System Standard


ü ISO27001
Information Security Management Standard


ü ISO
27001 - The Standard for Management of Information Security (ISMS)


ü ISO
14001 - The International Standard for Environmental Management (EMS)


ü BS EN
15038:2006 European standard applying to the quality of translation



Candidate Experience: Your comments are
appreciated.



Recruitment Empire is constantly looking at ways
to improve its candidate experience.
Recruitment Empire truly values
and acts on all candidate feedback. If you have any comments, suggestions or
feedback, please feel free to contact our Managing Director Yasar Zaman at
feedback@language-empire.com









cid:1.2104861190@web28313.mail.ukl.yahoo.com



Please
take a moment to consider our planet ... we only have one.


Do you really need to print a copy of this email?






From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 07 April 2010 19:52

To: recruitment@language-empire.com

Subject: FACE TO FACE INTERPRETER - LEP


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PS.

Det første dokumentet, var noe om at jeg måtte betale 66 pund.

Det er ganske mye penger for en som er arbeidsledig.

At man skal betale penger for å få en jobb, det høres litt rart ut.

Det her må være noe svindel, tror jeg.

Her er mer om dette:

How to Apply for a CRB

Mer om Astrid Meland, journalist i Dagbladet, sine artikler






Jeg har vært i konflikt med Astrid Meland tidligere, på hennes blogg, hvor hun tillot drapstrusler mot meg.


Så burde kanskje ta det litt rolig her.


Men jeg kan nesten ikke dy meg.


Jeg synes det er sånn i alle Astrid Melands 'artikler' nesten.


Det mangler en rød tråd, for å si det sånn.


Det er bare noe research, som presanteres.


Det er bedre enn mange journalister i Norge, sikkert.


Men hadde nok ikke blitt godtatt i f.eks. USA eller England, hvis jeg skulle tippe.


Skjerpings til svake norske journalister, vil jeg si.





Hun skriver i hvert fall langt bedre enn du gjør. Staver bedre også.




Det er ikke det som er poenget her da.


Det poenget som jeg tar opp er: Er dette en artikkel, eller ikke?


Forøvrig så er ikke jeg noe journalist, men bare en stakkar som ikke får sine sivile rettigheter, og har blitt tvunget til å starte å skrive en blogg mm. for å prøve å få sine rettigheter, (som egentlig er mine fra før).



Så Norge, Den Siste Sovjetstat, sier jeg.


Med hilsen


Erik Ribsskog




Det er mangt og meget som ikke ville blitt godtatt i både norske og utenlandske aviser som likevel blir publisert.


Som både formen og staveteknikken din.


Eller den søvndyssende artikkelen til Meland, om et utrolig spennende tema. Hadde man bare dratt frem noe annet enn det som står i historiebøkene fra ungdomsskolen!




Altså, jeg er ikke noen journalist jeg.


Jeg er en tidligere butikksjef, som har en grad i IT, og har aldri vært inærheten av noe journalisthøyskole, og har jobbet i butikk, i 15 år vel, uten å skrive så mye akkurat i de årene.


Så du kan ikke sammenligne meg med en journalist, synes jeg, det blir rått parti.


Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog




Her gir du meg ikke noe annet valg enn å "terrorisere" deg igjen, Erik.


Meland har ikke tillatt drapstrusler mot deg, siden "verden revolverer ikke rundt deg" ikke er en drapstrussel. Det er det bare du i hele verden som tror, siden du av en eller annen merkelig grunn tror at alle i hele verden er ute etter å ta deg.



Så skjerpings til deg, vil jeg si.











http://www.dagbladet.no/2010/04/16/magasinet/vulkanutbrudd/historie/vitenskap/11310020/?commentId=4650114#comment_4650114

Policy for kommentarer


Anonyme kommentarer, blir slettet, (etter en del problemer, med nettmobbing osv.).

Hvis du har et vanlig navn, så skriv gjerne noe, som skiller deg, fra andre, med samme navn, (sånn at det er klart, hvem som skriver).

Kommentarer som inneholder trakassering, (og som ikke holder seg, til temaet, i blogg-posten), blir bare slettet, (og ikke publisert).

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

For å eventuelt legge inn kommentar, så trykk på linken, til blogg-posten, (så kommer det opp et felt, hvor man kan kommentere).

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