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Nationality Flag-Norway.jpg Norwegian
Date of birth Day 49 of the New World
Date of death N/A
Residence Svalbard & Jan Mayen
Sex Male
Congress member of Norway
Military rank Icon rank Commander**.png Commander**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
Bunad celebrating his second Hard Worker medal. Nobody attended this awkward event, which ended in a fistfight after Bunad refused to pay the photographer the fee they agreed upon.

Bunad was an old coot residing in the western Norway.


In his youth, he was editor-in-chief for the highly controversial "Mongoloid Tabloid" newspaper, which main agenda was to spread lies about notable persons in Norway. The paper's notoriety reached a climax after an article untruthfully claimed that a elderly female cleaning lady had been buried by garbage and suffocated to death during the annual meeting of one of the central political parties in Norway at the time. This controversy/joke was not well-received, and Bunad decided to avoid public life for quite some time.

He's press director and chief editor for the paper "Funerapolis", which publishes irrelevant articles from time to time.


He's been in congress on 3 occasions as a member of Teknokratene.

Immigrasjonsverket donation

Bunad on the "Immigrasjonsverket" donation ceremony, allegedly drunk and on narcotic substances.

In an attempt to "avoid becoming a 'post-modern Charles Dickens character', Bunad donated 1000 NOK from his fortune to the Norwegian Immigration Ministry, called "Immigrasjonsverket" in the mother tongue.

Last reported activity

Bunad was reported auctioning away his former property, and requesting suggestions for organisations in need of charitable aid. There were some speculations whether this was out of empathy or a need for redemption has been buzzing in eNorway. He also covered the highly controversial April 2010 presidential election, which ended in a PTO.