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gnarr

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v.
Variant of gnar.
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This is apparent in the Mayor's Diary on Facebook, where Gnarr writes openly about the challenges faced by a newcomer to politics--and receives large number of replies from citizens that form as networked publics on Facebook.
Gnarr constantly appealed to the absurd, making statements and promises that are patently unrealizable.
It was, however, first after the election that Gnarr began communicating via the Mayor's Diary on Facebook.
Pic's exposure will be limited, due to helmer Gaukur Ulfarsson's seat-of-the-pants style and the idiosyncratic nature of Icelandic humor ("The odds of you being in Reykjavik are not great," Gnarr says.
As a comic and a politician, Gnarr is an anarchist.
Both Gnarr and helmer Ulfarsson--who stitched the film together from news clips, Skype interviews and guerrilla-style footage, without narration or outside commentary--are clearly making the point that disillusionment, and even disgust, with the circumstances of the 2008 economic collapse has suffused the entire world.
Like pretty much everyone in Iceland, Gnarr was in a band (even touring with Bjork's old group The Sugarcubes) and he's surrounded himself with old punk rockers to help run the city.
Whilst your typical Welsh bloke uses Facebook to tag drunk pictures of lads on tour and YouTube to watch paragliding gerbils, savvy Reykjavik fella Gnarr has been using social networks to engage with voters and get feedback on difficult decisions.
Okay so Gnarr doesn't have all the answers but who does?