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Date Signed Up:3/10/2011
Last Login:5/30/2015
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#6 - Honestly works better upside down. Tried many times right side… 05/19/2015 on Danger Zone 0
#6 - Replying in hopes of sauce 05/19/2015 on That Escalated Quickly 0
#59 - yayyy! Have a cat! 05/12/2015 on One more giveaway. 0
#105 - You should realy consider it. You are assumin rig… 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
#103 - You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it see…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7
#101 - I would say a solid 80+ if you have a steady job with average …  [+] (4 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
User avatar #102 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I may try to save up than. I really do not like the US, it's gone to shit. It once stood for great things, but the system in place got too old and while being updated, got greedy.

User avatar #103 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it seems a bit "uncivilized" compared to todays nationwide standards.
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7
#99 - There are strict regulations for guns, you must join a club, g…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
User avatar #100 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
On a scale of 0-100, how would you personally rate it on a "every day lifestyle" compared to other countries?

Also, doesn't the government give you free schooling and pay people as well?
User avatar #101 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
I would say a solid 80+ if you have a steady job with average income (would be around 2167.81 USD after taxes)

The government give free education complete with highschool and university, up until highschool you get money for all 3 children/month, when they start highschool and hit 18 they get aroun 140 USD/month to their own bank account for school supplies and stuff.
After 20 if they go to university they will get 758 USD/month troughout their education along with an optional study loan of 325 USD/month (that will only need to be repaid in small sums like 60$/month only when they have a steady income and a job).

Legal drinking age on bars and clubs are 18, buying alchohol in stores are 20 (they have only special stores for alcohol that are open on weekdays only).

User avatar #102 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I may try to save up than. I really do not like the US, it's gone to shit. It once stood for great things, but the system in place got too old and while being updated, got greedy.

User avatar #103 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it seems a bit "uncivilized" compared to todays nationwide standards.
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7
#95 - Rape and villa breakins, i actually think that Sweden has the …  [+] (8 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
User avatar #97 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Gun laws? Would I be able to carry around a gun for personal protection? I mean, fuck.. I'm American, if I don't carry a gun out in the open, someone might try to rob me here.

Also, I have two daughters, and I plan on teaching them to defend themselves. I've got my three year old on a work out routine for gymnastics and shit, but I plan on having all three of my kids healthy.
User avatar #99 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
There are strict regulations for guns, you must join a club, get license and then you can only have a gun/rifle in a weapon locker which has to be locked.
You can take it out only for cleaning, shooting at the range or hunting (with another license). So no, no guns, heck it's even illegal to carry a knife, but you don't have to worry about assult or robbery in sweden, if you're not alone and drunk at the same time.

There are a lot of children activities (mostly free or at a very low expense), including sports, martial arts, horseback riding etc.
Also every school starts teaching English and Swedish at 1st grade (would be at 6 years old), so they'll fit right in, most kids speak close to fluent english around 10 or 12.
User avatar #100 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
On a scale of 0-100, how would you personally rate it on a "every day lifestyle" compared to other countries?

Also, doesn't the government give you free schooling and pay people as well?
User avatar #101 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
I would say a solid 80+ if you have a steady job with average income (would be around 2167.81 USD after taxes)

The government give free education complete with highschool and university, up until highschool you get money for all 3 children/month, when they start highschool and hit 18 they get aroun 140 USD/month to their own bank account for school supplies and stuff.
After 20 if they go to university they will get 758 USD/month troughout their education along with an optional study loan of 325 USD/month (that will only need to be repaid in small sums like 60$/month only when they have a steady income and a job).

Legal drinking age on bars and clubs are 18, buying alchohol in stores are 20 (they have only special stores for alcohol that are open on weekdays only).

User avatar #102 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I may try to save up than. I really do not like the US, it's gone to shit. It once stood for great things, but the system in place got too old and while being updated, got greedy.

User avatar #103 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it seems a bit "uncivilized" compared to todays nationwide standards.
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7
#89 - Well, it's great, good healthcare, almost everyone speaks engl…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +1
User avatar #91 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I find nothing wrong with socialism,

Crime rates? Anything that a father of three should be worried about?
User avatar #95 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
Rape and villa breakins, i actually think that Sweden has the highest crimrate when it comes to rape.. so keep your children close if you are going to live in a larger city at a central placement.
Also reverse racism is a big thing, but that's a thing that exists everywhere.
However, letting you children play in a park is safe anywhere since we have close to zero abdutcions/year.
User avatar #97 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Gun laws? Would I be able to carry around a gun for personal protection? I mean, fuck.. I'm American, if I don't carry a gun out in the open, someone might try to rob me here.

Also, I have two daughters, and I plan on teaching them to defend themselves. I've got my three year old on a work out routine for gymnastics and shit, but I plan on having all three of my kids healthy.
User avatar #99 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
There are strict regulations for guns, you must join a club, get license and then you can only have a gun/rifle in a weapon locker which has to be locked.
You can take it out only for cleaning, shooting at the range or hunting (with another license). So no, no guns, heck it's even illegal to carry a knife, but you don't have to worry about assult or robbery in sweden, if you're not alone and drunk at the same time.

There are a lot of children activities (mostly free or at a very low expense), including sports, martial arts, horseback riding etc.
Also every school starts teaching English and Swedish at 1st grade (would be at 6 years old), so they'll fit right in, most kids speak close to fluent english around 10 or 12.
User avatar #100 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
On a scale of 0-100, how would you personally rate it on a "every day lifestyle" compared to other countries?

Also, doesn't the government give you free schooling and pay people as well?
User avatar #101 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
I would say a solid 80+ if you have a steady job with average income (would be around 2167.81 USD after taxes)

The government give free education complete with highschool and university, up until highschool you get money for all 3 children/month, when they start highschool and hit 18 they get aroun 140 USD/month to their own bank account for school supplies and stuff.
After 20 if they go to university they will get 758 USD/month troughout their education along with an optional study loan of 325 USD/month (that will only need to be repaid in small sums like 60$/month only when they have a steady income and a job).

Legal drinking age on bars and clubs are 18, buying alchohol in stores are 20 (they have only special stores for alcohol that are open on weekdays only).

User avatar #102 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I may try to save up than. I really do not like the US, it's gone to shit. It once stood for great things, but the system in place got too old and while being updated, got greedy.

User avatar #103 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it seems a bit "uncivilized" compared to todays nationwide standards.
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7
#66 - Polis Polis Potatisgris. Swedes will get this.  [+] (12 new replies) 05/11/2015 on Asshole Cops +4
User avatar #86 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I'm thinking of moving to Sweden, kind of. How is it? Government wise?
User avatar #89 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
Well, it's great, good healthcare, almost everyone speaks english, the government is a tad fucked up atm but they are changing slowly since we just went from a "capitalist" government to a "socialist" one.
User avatar #91 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I find nothing wrong with socialism,

Crime rates? Anything that a father of three should be worried about?
User avatar #95 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
Rape and villa breakins, i actually think that Sweden has the highest crimrate when it comes to rape.. so keep your children close if you are going to live in a larger city at a central placement.
Also reverse racism is a big thing, but that's a thing that exists everywhere.
However, letting you children play in a park is safe anywhere since we have close to zero abdutcions/year.
User avatar #97 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Gun laws? Would I be able to carry around a gun for personal protection? I mean, fuck.. I'm American, if I don't carry a gun out in the open, someone might try to rob me here.

Also, I have two daughters, and I plan on teaching them to defend themselves. I've got my three year old on a work out routine for gymnastics and shit, but I plan on having all three of my kids healthy.
User avatar #99 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
There are strict regulations for guns, you must join a club, get license and then you can only have a gun/rifle in a weapon locker which has to be locked.
You can take it out only for cleaning, shooting at the range or hunting (with another license). So no, no guns, heck it's even illegal to carry a knife, but you don't have to worry about assult or robbery in sweden, if you're not alone and drunk at the same time.

There are a lot of children activities (mostly free or at a very low expense), including sports, martial arts, horseback riding etc.
Also every school starts teaching English and Swedish at 1st grade (would be at 6 years old), so they'll fit right in, most kids speak close to fluent english around 10 or 12.
User avatar #100 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
On a scale of 0-100, how would you personally rate it on a "every day lifestyle" compared to other countries?

Also, doesn't the government give you free schooling and pay people as well?
User avatar #101 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
I would say a solid 80+ if you have a steady job with average income (would be around 2167.81 USD after taxes)

The government give free education complete with highschool and university, up until highschool you get money for all 3 children/month, when they start highschool and hit 18 they get aroun 140 USD/month to their own bank account for school supplies and stuff.
After 20 if they go to university they will get 758 USD/month troughout their education along with an optional study loan of 325 USD/month (that will only need to be repaid in small sums like 60$/month only when they have a steady income and a job).

Legal drinking age on bars and clubs are 18, buying alchohol in stores are 20 (they have only special stores for alcohol that are open on weekdays only).

User avatar #102 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
I may try to save up than. I really do not like the US, it's gone to shit. It once stood for great things, but the system in place got too old and while being updated, got greedy.

User avatar #103 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should indeed, yes the us system has not aged well, it seems a bit "uncivilized" compared to todays nationwide standards.
User avatar #104 - Sewallman (05/11/2015) [-]
Yeahhh, thanks for the talk. I just need to find out how much money to save up now.

I'm assuming that it's like most European countries where most people know English, but don't speak it hardly ever outside of highschool, but will if talked to in English.
User avatar #105 - pwnarn (05/11/2015) [-]
You should realy consider it.

You are assumin right, swedes learn about 3.7 languages whereas Americans only learn 0.7

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