Lasse Gustavson is one of Scandinavia's most appreciated speakers. With a mix of life experience and knowledge from studies in mental training, group- and leadership development, internal leadership, resilience and esoteric his message becomes clear. After a dramatic accident in the early eighties Lasse has made a fantastic comeback. Due to experiences during his, for two months, unconscious ...
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Nov 13, 2016 · Facebook has had to apologise for removing a photograph of a former firefighter with severe burn scars.. The social media site twice took down a picture of …
Lars Erik Einar Gustafsson (17 May 1936 – 3 April 2016) was a Swedish poet, novelist, and scholar. Among his awards were the Gerard-Bonnier-Preis in 2006, the Goethe Medal in 2009, the Thomas Mann Prize in 2015, and the International Nonino Prize in Italy in 2016.
Nov 15, 2016 · (CNN)Swedish firefighter Lasse Gustavson has lived with severe burns on his face for 35 years — most of his adult life — after surviving an industrial fire in the line of duty. Something about a picture of him celebrating his 60th birthday this month caught the attention of Facebook’s monitors.
Former guitarist and songwriter in the Swedish thrash/ technical speed metal band Midas Touch. He joined the band around late 1988 until their disbandment sometime in 1989. In Groups: Midas Touch (4) Variations: Viewing All Lasse Gustavsson (2) L. Gustavson, L. Gustavsson, L.Gustavsson, Lasse Gustavson. [a1952678]
Nov 10, 2016 · Swedish meditation teacher Björn Natthiko Lindeblad was in for a rude awakening when he posted a birthday tribute on Sunday to his friend Lasse Gustavson, a …
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Lasse is a highly committed conservationist with extraordinary leadership skills. His clarity of vision, sharp analytical skills to disentangle highly complex scenarios, and straight-forward manners make for lucid, productive conversations and very clear sense of direction. During his time at WWF International he instilled into his team of ...Title: President and CEO Ocean Wise
Nov 15, 2016 · (CNN)Swedish firefighter Lasse Gustavson has lived with severe burns on his face for 35 years -- most of his adult life -- after surviving an industrial fire in the line of duty.
CNN Swedish firefighter Lasse Gustavson has lived with severe burns on his face for 35 years -- most of his adult life -- after surviving an industrial fire in the line of duty. Story highlights Facebook twice removes a picture of Swedish firefighter with severe burns The company apologized, says it was "removed in error". Something about a picture of him celebrating his 60th birthday this month caught the attention of Facebook's monitors. The image was removed from the social media site two times after Gustavson's friend posted it. Amid widespread backlash, the social media site has apologized for taking down the picture, saying it was "removed in error. Read More. He thought it was an error the first time the picture went away, without explanation, within an hour of him posting it. He posted it a second time and it quickly racked up at least likes, only to be removed again with no explanation, he wrote in a report to Facebook that he shared with CNN. When Lindeblad posted the picture a third time with an explanation of the ordeal, it was shared more than 30, times in three days, in what he described to CNN as a form of "public protest. Lindeblad appreciates Facebook's apology but said he found it strange that Facebook did not explain why the photo had been removed.
Facebook has had to apologise for removing a photograph of a former firefighter with severe burn scars. The social media site twice took down a picture of Lasse Gustavson after his friend Bjorn Lindeblad posted the photograph on Sunday to celebrate his 60th birthday. Mr Gustavson was injured in an explosion at an oil depot in Gothenburg in , when he was a year-old firefighter. He spent two months in a coma in hospital and woke up permanently disfigured. He said that although the removal of his photograph did not negatively impact his birthday, if the site had done the same to someone else it could be extremely damaging. Mr Lindeblad, a meditation teacher, said he did not understand why his post was removed on Sunday. He only came to suspect it had been deliberately censored when he heard the same thing had hapened to other burn victims. He added in a Facebook post: "At first, I was flabbergasted. Then several burn victims contacted me and explained that photos of burn victims are often classified in the same category as sexist and racist photos on Facebook. Oh dear. After his post went viral, he received a message of apology from Facebook on Tuesday informing him that his original photographs had been reinstated. This was a mistake, and we sincerely apologise for this error. And that's completely OK. Because thanks to people like you, I can now do my work joyfully. You brought me light, when almost everything inside felt dark. You opened doors, that I assumed would remain closed forever. You call me, eerily often, just when I need to hear your voice and your wisdom. You tease the excessive seriousness out of me, when that's whats needed. You're living proof that wisdom and playfulness walk hand in hand. And you remind me, again and again, of so much of what's beautiful about true manliness. Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Start your Independent Premium subscription today. Recommended Wannabe weatherman arrested for starting wildfire for Facebook views Facebook 'kills' thousands of users in widespread site glitch Blaming Facebook for Donald Trump is 'crazy', says Mark Zuckerberg. Already subscribed? Log in. Forgotten your password? Want an ad-free experience? View offers.