Other developments here in Iceland is that the push for the Euro seems to have progress. EU officials have said that Icelands application to join may be expedited in order to save our asses. Lets see people, lets see.
My friend Mæja and some of her schoolmates made a piece outside Central Bank this week to highlight the unemployment currently. The only thing people are still protesting about here is Central Bank. They want heads of the bank to resign and seem determined not to stop until they do.
This is the piece, it makes staff at Central Bank walk over the coins:
Meanwhile a radio station here began a call for Icelanders to help the elderly in Hull, Uk. They collected wool sweaters knitted by Icelanders and sent them as a gift to the senior citizens of Hull after hearing of old people suffering with badly insulated homes and high energy bills.
Meanwhile in fairly dull personal news, I had an awesome ladies dinner party last night with 12 friends and will uploads images when Mæja has processed them. For now, here's an interview I had with Kastljós this week about the Weird Girls which made the current affairs show - even with all the dramallama going on.