Anders hung around the office for years, and all he did was playing computer games and getting loaded. Acid, booze, grass, you name it. But he did come up with one valuable contribution to Gateavisa's culture by creating a masterful and ingenious graphic vision of Oistein, who behaved very bossy and tried to dominate the editing of the magazine. That is why Anders called him Ghengis; what you see is the old wooden house (built in 1861) with Gateavisa on the second floor. Ghengis Oistein is piercing the house with a blood-stained sword, because he tried to bully everybody in the entire neighborhood. Well done, Anders.

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