Sunday, January 12, 2014

What is WRONG with TWITTER in Sweden?


First - We love @Floorball_News on Twitter and the top lists they toss up every week...
Thank You very very very Much Money for the work You do!
Here is one list from last week we want you to look a bit closer at



OK Sweden and Finland fully dominates Floorball - well almost and so far ok...
Now let us look at this list from the perspective of a game between Sweden and Finland...

The King of them all is 
NiklasJihde
and the is fine since that is Sweden.. But then look down the list try to find some more Swedish names? You know what we only find two classical Swedish names on this list on spot 18 and spot 20... OK OK. We know some of the guys with rather traditional Finnish or Sami sounding names are indeed living in Sweden or being Swedes and these are (as far as we know) Number 7, Number 15 and no more... we thought another guy was located in Sweden too - but no he list himself to be in Finland... hmm

Conclusions; Well, Sweden seems to lost this game fully. 5 people only out of 20? Finland dominates the modern way to communicate in FULL swing. Thanks Niklas for saving Swedens honors. But holy holy is it not from this perspective good the the IFF is located in Finland?
Then we know that according to the global innovation index (for new ideas) well that is won by Switzerland and Sweden is second... But where in the world is Switzerland - are they all eating toblerone? And the Czechs?
We know that Floorball_News can not guarantee that they have all top Floorball twitter personal profiles here...
But still - do U now also think this might connect to the name of the game?
U tell us. 
We say that Sweden - but indeed Switzerland and the Czechs and some more, must shape things up a bit - this list is not acceptable.. Not from our own Olympic perspective ;-D 

By the way hey @ibblogg - we just saw that @ulfjens just passed you on the other list... stay calm and grow pls.



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