Five Great Friday Links

Five Great Friday Links

Great day of prayer continues. But not as a holiday. Then that case should be settled. And I’m not a fan of the decision the government has made. They just need to know. Many politicians talk about how we must remember to look after the family and be there for each other – and then just steal a day when the family can be together and enjoy spring. Thank you.

I have just enjoyed spring in Liverpool for 4 days. It happened, among other things, at Anfield, where I saw Liverpool win 1-0 over Fulham. Sitting in a stadium with over 54,000 other people can do something! It’s obviously about football, but it’s also about joy, passion, love, enthusiasm and loyalty.

Before the match, Claus and I went to a pub opposite Anfield. Pretty soon the place was filled with people dressed in red. The atmosphere was happy and upbeat, and as the start time for the match approached, grown men, women and children began chanting battle songs that I couldn’t sing along to. But it helps to be together about something.

Football creates

English football fans know that to a great extent. The atmosphere at Anfield was also quite special, and you can feel how people on the rafters are trying to be part of the game – the team’s 12th player, so to speak. After the match, we then made a pilgrimage home to the hotel with the other 54,000. All was well.

The day before the match, we went on a tour of Anfield, where a dedicated tour guide was able to tell a number of robber stories about the honored club in red. In just over an hour and a half, we got around the history behind Liverpool nicely. We did that together with about 50 other people from all over the world. Soccer is not just soccer. Football brings people together. Football excites. Football creates.

It’s Friday – it’s a big day of prayer – and the house’s permanent link manager, Martin Bo, has sent us good ideas. Today they are about calculators, beer, smartphones, manuals and strong passwords. Beer! A master drink for adults. There is a beer festival next weekend. Check it out here. The television does not work or the shaver has broken down. See if you can find an online manual here. Here you get an insight into what modern calculators can do. When you use passwords, it is important that they are secure and not too easy to crack. My little rule is lower and upper case letters, some digits and a character. It could, for example, be StBededag-2023. But is it safe enough? You can test that at this smart place. We end in the mobile world, where you get news and articles about smartphones in particular.

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