Oh what a day...
There were also some nice parts of today. For instance I talked to my friend Geir for quite some time! He had birthday 2 days ago, so TILLYKKE GEIR!!! I really enjoyed talking to him, and it makes me very happy to hear that it is just going perfect between him and his girlfriend who are now living together!
I also talked a bit to my mom and my sister, but the latter I didn't really get to talk to as she was going to some school event. She will call me Saturday - I really look forward to that.
Yesterday my school friend Frank dropped by for dinner and some beers :) Damn, now I have to buy new Hoegaarden again. It was nice, and we talked, listened to some music , played a bit of guitar (me teaching a bit) and looking at some funny video clips. =)
On a side note, I learned today that the name Passau is derived from Batavi:
Old High German Bazzowa >
Bavarian voicing of consonants Pazowa >
Middle High German Pazzouwe >
Modern High German Passau.
Well, I don't know that much about the Batavi tribe, nor their, originally, Scandinavian brother tribe the Heruli, but what is funny is that the Latin name for the Netherlands is Batavia also named after the Batavi. :) So apparently there is a connection between the Netherlands and Passau...oh, well I already knew that :) Lívia and me, of course.
 Batavi means something like Deep Water. Bat comes from Greek báthos and avi is related to German Aue.
 which originates from current Denmark, but which the Danes forced away - just like they tried with us Jutes, before they decided to inter-marriage us and name us all Danes.
 which was also the old name for Jakarta - the capital of Indonesia (Dutch India).