With this blog I want to publish some articles from my great collection of music magazines and papers from over 40 years. I plan on spending the next 20 years of my life doing this, so we have all the time in the world. 😉
My collection is taking too much room now, so I also want to sell the original papers/magazines to anyone interested. I will probably also sell off parts of my record collection. If I find your bid interesting, I will take down the ad after the article and we will make our transaction through my verified Paypal account. If you are living in Norway, as I do, we may find other solutions than Paypal.
Other things you may find interesting: I am a male, born December 31st, 1965. I live in Trondheim, Norway.
I spend most of my days working in education. I train adults in issues relating to The Working Environment Act. I have a lot of fun with that, as I am a bit of a nerd in my field of expertise. I think i`m quite good at it, but then again, why shouldn`t I be? You would expect your dentist or plumber to do a good job – so why not your teacher? I also get to travel a lot in my job.
Beside my work, I have a huge interest in music, both reading about it, listening to it and dabbling a bit myself with some singing and a guitar. This has led me to be the owner of a large collection of music-related objects. In my youth I even worked freelance for a radiostation called Radio 1, doing interviews with artists and music programming over a period of three years.
As time goes by I have developed or continued to have an interest in a lot of things; among them photography, computer games, movies, geocaching, litterature, travelling, fishing and football (primarily Grimsby Town – up the Mariners!)
I live with two very grown up children (among them a boy who is a world champion and a girl who is left-handed and confirms all myths about their artistic abilities) and the love of my life who I suspect are fighting hard to have some time with me between all of my projects.
The last time I was really, truly bored was sometime in the spring of 1981. Life is too interesting to be bored!