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Just the ordinary some nobel prizes, some Hendrix and some commission work inbetween

It's time again for the nobel price ceremony, and if you do not have a new revolutionizing theory on branes, a elixir for eternal youth cooking in the kitchen or the big Uzbeki novel in your typewriter the chances of you going to Stockholm and participating in the event are rather slim. To make amends here's a short resume of what awaits the nobel laureates.
Arrival at the airport be prepared for some screaming fans swedes love science.
The laureates stay at Sweden's top hotel (the worlds only skyscraper completely built out of wood) in the heart of gamla stan (the old city).
Nobel laureates sometimes get lost that's why each laureate get one nobel shepherd and one nobel  shepherds dog assigned when checking in at the hotel.
the laureates gets a sightseeing in Stockholm.
At the same time the food is being prepared in the Nobel kitchen, in this kitchen everything get's cooked by the help of dynamite.
At the actual award ceremony the medal is given to the laureate by the royal robot (there has been some concerns about the Swedish kings moral, rest assure the robots pedigree is spotless)
the Dinner after the ceremony is a great opportunity for the laureates to mix with the cream of Sweden's top celebrities. To keep the dinner short and sweet all candles are dynamite sticks with a slow fuse, Swedish people loves punctuality.
As a goodbye gift each laureates is given his or hers weight in dynamite
this might be a reason why it's so hard to get a flight from Sweden.
Most laureates instead stays in Sweden and are signed in to Sweden's ambitious breeding program, a program that aim to make Sweden self sufficient in Nobel laureates by 2050.
Don't text while drawing
Showing my terrier the tricks of Houdini
Talking my dog for a walk
Magic
the Lion does not give much for the Circus
Godzilla has an hectic day at the office
the Linnaeus unit
I am the Jimi Hendrix of Sketchbooking
I've developed a new way of sketching. I now do it standing up as a guitarist would do it, this makes it possible to get instant feedback from my fan base.

At first my fan base were not that impressed...
but soon when showing my "Pete Townsend" moves I felt I was getting some real feedback...
the positive feedback inspires me to use another trick, taking a cue from Jimi Hendrix and with some help of some burning fuel...
I soon could see how much my audience appreciated my performance...
the only drawback is that it leaves little material to show on my blog....
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