This is an emergency call box located on the platform at the Stockholm Södra Pendeltåg train station. It […]
Here’s what the fire department looks like in Sweden. I thought you’d like to see what real socialists […]
Best captions: 1. Let’s see, it’s like this… No wait a minute. Hang on… 2. I think I’ll […]
This optical shop near Sankt Eriksplan which still has an old-timey clock on the front of its building […]
Don’t be fooled by the inflatable swimming pool. This is not a photo from West Virginia. It is […]
Please don’t wave your hand unless you’re prepared to pay trade mark licensing fees.
Slow news day at Expressen
Just like the soda and snack machines we saw earlier which allow you to purchase items by sending […]
From my apartment window on June 10 at 3:00 am.
Muffins? What the…? You call these things muffins?
As an amateur picnic planner, fan of Swedish industrial design pioneer Sigvard Bernadotte, and resident of Stockholm, with […]
These billboards are now up in the Stockholm subway system, inviting tourists to come back to Egypt and […]
Vintage phones are funny, but I don’t know. $275 is a lot of money to spend to make […]
I’m not sure what else I can say about this. I mean, it’s just really important that you […]
This is a really old Swedish washing machine that uses metal punch cards. The various cards have different […]
Windows 98. Nothing else exudes the confidence and secure feeling that says your money is safe.
This vending machine – and hundreds like it in the Stockholm area – not only accepts coins and […]
Possibly one or the most amazing and hilarious things I’ve ever seen in my life. This 56-year-old dude […]
Huh huh huh huh huh huh huh huh huh. Okay, it basically just means “the chef’s specials.” […]
Thanks to the nice people at nbcsports.com, I was able to watch the Kentucky Derby live and in […]
It is 7:30 in the evening and it’s still light outside. It’s not “warm” but it’s nice enough […]
Limited seating available for just one lonely garbage man.
A crowded platform a Stockholm’s Centralstation shows clearly what the most popular clothing color is for Swedish people.
Brilliant sunset over the Vasastan neighborhood in Stockholm on March 27, 2011.
The darkness of the Swedish winter is well-documented, but one can also go for months in Stockholm without actually setting foot on the ground.
February 28, 2011, marks the 25th anniversary of the day that Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was assassinated. In […]
Just before 6:00 pm on February 10, 2011, Stockholm is dark, cold and snowy.