Just a question - if people are living in an abandon area, is it abandon then?
My apologies, I should be more specific, an abandoned industrial area that is now inhabited questionably in regards to the law
Danish industrial slums are still probably quite pretty.
They overall look like a pleasant place to live unless you're the unlucky one on a mattress in the small wooded area
Christiania is in Copenhagen
and apparently still lives up to its' reputation.
Unfornately just a far smaller one in Aarhus that appears to be modelled after the other
Oh...I thought you may have been visiting Copenhagen
And a completely valid question:
Were you named after Christiana?
Should we address the grammatical incorrectness of this ;)? Isn't it "abandoned area"? Otherwise its more like "abandon the area", or "abandon all hope ye who enter here"...
As far as I know of, unfortunately not and well I suppose that's what a fine Swedish education gets
Sure, lets talk grammatical errors. What about the classic its v. it's?
And perhaps ending a sentence with a period?
Don't take cheap shots on us ESL people...;-)
Sorry, thought Christian grew up in Canada... then we could discuss the degrading Canadian education standards ;) or just that people seem to rely on or trust autocorrect too much. I thought the mistake was also in his log, so either I was mistaken or he has gone back and sneakily edited it.
Christian was born in Scandinavia. Its’ there fawlt.