Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

In Sydney NSW AU until Monday

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @stilgherrian ever

January 2015

Sat plan, draft: Suppress the nausea; produce an episode of “The 9pm Edict” podcast; collapse; cry.p

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Saturday. Everything that you thought was just a dream was in fact real, and vice versa. And all of it was a lie. Saturday.

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Breaking all the rules.

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Like you care about Queensland, you frauds.

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@jpwarren @CreetureNZ Sure. But we have to deal with the world as it is, not as we might wish it to be. And some people have advantages.

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@CreetureNZ @jpwarren Sure. I agree it’d be bad, from my POV. But in a democracy we all get to lobby for what we want to happen.

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I think I might see if I can meet with my federal MP next week, before parliament goes back in session.

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@CreetureNZ @jpwarren Really? That’s cute. But I think the head of any agency should be lobbying government to make their job easier.

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@OaaSvc @jonoabroad There’s no need to point out how gloriously stupid this is.

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@jpwarren I will recording an episode of “The 9pm Edict” tomorrow. Somehow.

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What does that say about the self-respect of the individuals involved? Maybe ask your local Coalition MP how they feel about that.

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What’s funny* is that the individuals who constitute the ruling political party seem happy to have chose this muppet as Attorney-General.

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Nice bookshelf, though, Soapy. Well done.

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Mind you, the alleged Attorney-General is too dumb to even explain the fundamentals of what he’s trying to introduce.

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That is to say, we have an Attorney-General who’s already decided that the views of the citizens are irrelevant. What a cunt.

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Except for one point. Politicians, especially our alleged Attorney-General, have decided in advance that only “national security” counts.

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And I have no problem with that. That’s how a democracy works. We all put forward our views, and the politicians balance it out.

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Yes, @jpwarren. The AFP officer said it’s his job to lobby for what they think they need, and it’s our job in a democracy to lobby our view.

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RT @jpwarren You did a podcast once about how this was their job. Our job is to resist them, and we suck at it.

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Seriously, I get that being a police officer ain’t an easy job. Respect. I couldn’t do it. But it’s MEANT to be hard. Because you have guns.

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When will the police forces of this nation understand that structuring society to make their job easier is not the only rights issue?

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Where am I? Gawd, it’s all terribly obvious.

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“NSW Police Force seeks 7-year data-retention scheme”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/article/nsw-po…

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Waiting for one of these to have its keg restored. Because I’m patient. pic.twitter.com/uI5bdLZYbT

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Nick Cave. That is all.

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jturner_ibrs @stilgherrian whatever you’re on, it’s time to share

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Now playing: Rome’s “The Ballad of the Red Flame Lily” youtube.com/watch?v=RdVs6B…

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Imagining the face of Australia’s lovely Prime Minister in front of me right now, and disintegrating into a puddle of love.

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MT @elronxenu @virag064 We don’t want to destroy the internet [Speak for yourself.]

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@jonoabroad @OaaSvc “Sensible explanation”? Not my department.

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RT @weigh4d @stilgherrian there’s always IIS [Yes. Yes there is.]

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Perhaps we should ask Philip Ruddock what the flaw in glibc means for Skype.

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g lib c. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha. Like, der.

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Some people think I’m joking. Fools.

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So just how long are we going to pretend that the entire foundations of the internet aren’t completely, utterly fucked? Seriously. How long?

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Has anyone given Brian Kernighan a quick call today? Or checked gin futures?

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Thud. Thud. Thud. Thud. Thud.

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No, there is no need to recompile your kernels.

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We should just be thankful that glibc isn’t used anywhere important.

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Oh, and in case you didn’t think I’d noticed. glibc? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Oh FFS.

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“Newsweek’s cover is being called sexist, but we can’t help thinking that’s exactly the point,” says @crikey_news pic.twitter.com/NhuZeZbF9g

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@StatNerdery @nphair Hmmm… It all comes to the numbers, right? Nice internet you have there, shame if something should happen to it.

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The staff at this establishment are not helping.

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Still, “Optus” and “brown tongue” are pretty much synonyms. Like a Singaporean company would consider, like, human rights.

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“Optus says data retention is ‘workable’”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/article/optus-… Well done, Optus. “Workability” wasn’t the issue.

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Look, however this turns out, if Tony Abbott is still PM on Monday I am going to laugh andlaugh and laugh and laugh and laugh and laugh.

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Have I ever spoken about the chat I had with Wyatt Roy’s parents aboard the SS Jeremiah O’Brien in San Francisco? ssjeremiahobrien.org

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RT @bradsprigg @stilgherrian Deputy Prime Minister Wyatt Roy [Yep, I’m for that. He seems quite level headed.]

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RT @Retrovertigo @stilgherrian Minister for Women George Christensen [Well obviously.]

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Sorry. I need to be accurate. Prime Minister Philip “Skype” Ruddock.

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Look, I’m just putting it out there, but… Prime Minister Philip Ruddock.

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Meanwhile, if I read @BernardKeane correctly, he’s going for @JulieBishopMP as PM and @TurnbullMalcolm as Treasurer.

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I assume that the Liberal Party has Philip Ruddock for the same reason that ships have anchors.

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Which raises the question, why is Philip Ruddock even there? What purpose does he serve? For himself? For his party? For Australia?

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RT [REDACTED]: his pension kicked in about 72 years ago… [Oh. Yeah, there is that.]

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It goes to character, Philip Ruddock, it goes to character.

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I wonder whether Philip Ruddock is interested in being anything other than a seat-warmer until his parliamentary pension kicks in?

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Hahahahahahahahaha Queensland.

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Still, you go on a pay out Comic Sans and everyone will think you’re so, so clever. [Sips from a jam jar.]

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Oh that’s right. You call it a “font”. Because you’re completely and utterly ignorant of the history of typography.

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Go on, kiddies, why don’t you start a fucking meme? Use the right typeface and the politicians will quake.

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@nolobe_matt Lovely work. She’s part of a gutsy generation that wouldn’t put up with today’s bullshit politicians.

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MT @akent Remember when Hockey apparently didn’t understand the difference between marginal and average tax rates… [Yeah. Hockey. HAHAHA.]

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And if you wish to infer that I’m calling for the crucifiction of federal MPs, yeah fuck it why not? Do it. (The AFP knows where I am.)

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We’ve had internet longer than we’ve had GST. Any politician who couldn’t explain GST would rightly be crucified. So why let this happen?

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In a more civilised aged, these people would be [REDACTED UNDER LEGAL ADVICE IN CONSIDERATION OF THE CRIMES ACT.]

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These are people whose JOB it is to understand the world and legislate for its future. And they can’t even be arsed to bother with basics.

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So consider this. People who don’t even know what Skype IS, let alone how it WORKS, are deciding on our digital surveillance future. Bonus.

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Yes, fellow Australians, politicians deciding how much we’ll be surveilled approach Skype, used by grandparents everywhere, as a mystery.

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Ruddock MP in Thursday’s Joint Parliamentary Committee on intelligence and Security: “Skype. That’s a telephone that you use on a computer?”

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@scottcarson1957 That’s a bit unfair on the young lady, Sir. Whatever happened to gallantry?

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Scams in AU cost $64M Jan-Oct, $5.20 per internet users. A profile by @nphair canberra.edu.au/cis/storage/Sc… (PDF)

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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott investigates the national broadband policy. pic.twitter.com/GCzu3Biovf

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In further news, the Australian government updates its definition of “aircraft” to include anything not actually hauled by an ox.

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Lies, damned lies, and the Australian government’s broadband statistics.

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RT @reselsnark ouch - as of June 2014 ABS reporting anything over 256kbps as broadband :/ abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.… [Up from 128 kbps.]

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@reselsnark There’s a definition used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). I haven’t checked to see if it’s been updated recently.

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“15 Megabits Is Not Enough”, writes @simonhackett , deconstructing how a certain bullshit meme came to be. simonhackett.com/2015/01/14/is-…

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FCC Commissioner Mignon Clybur: “The broadband speeds of yesteryear are woefully inadequate today and beyond.” theverge.com/2015/1/29/7932…

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US FCC changes its definition of broadband to a MINIMUM download 25Mbps, upload 3Mbps. theverge.com/2015/1/29/7932…

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Akamai’s Q4 “State of the Internet” report is out. DDoD attack numbers nearly double YoY, duration up 31%. stateoftheinternet.com/resources-web-…

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@logichappens You’re more than welcome to run that theory past my creditors.

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Fri plan: Train to Katoomba; lunch; plan next week, after a terribly unproductive January; @5at5daily; return for a quiet evening, I guess.

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A brilliant collection of semi-abstract aerial photos from @big_picture bostonglobe.com/news/bigpictur… Ping @ApostrophePong

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deptofaustralia Should The Government Stop Dumping Money Into A Giant Hole? youtube.com/watch?v=JnX-D4…

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Fri plan, draft, unordered: Plan next week, after an unproductive week this week; lunch and shopping, Katoomba; quiet evening, inevitably.

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@SnarkyPlatypus “Escape” is too strong a term, but things were less bad.

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Friday. Fresh asparagus. You know it’s the only way. Fresh asparagus. Friday.

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@riskybusiness Again, I am in furious agreement with everything you’re saying this morning. You’re in a very thinky mood!

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“The Internet of Gas Station Tank Gauges” by @hdmoore community.rapid7.com/community/info… Read it and cry. HT @riskybusiness

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@riskybusiness Oh we can go even further down the food chain. Anti-abortion activists, who already get violent. Heck, the Young Liberals!

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@riskybusiness Thank you. And yes, I think I agree with you on that. Organised crime won’t bother, but bored kids will screw your elevators.

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This thing in the sky, what is it? instagram.com/p/yaniFgCFsn/

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Me at @zdnetaustralia, 11 Dec: “All aboard the internet of things infosec hype train” zdnet.com/article/all-ab…

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Story filed for @zdnetaustralia, finally. Stress levels subsiding, a little. Meanwhile, I’ll re-plug a precursor story.

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I shan’t be paying you lot any attention until I’ve got all that done.

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Thu plan, draft: Struggle through the greyness to complete writing for @zdnetaustralia; collapse again, and cry.

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Thursday. You think that things are finally changing, but they are not. The misery will continue forever. Thursday.

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I’ll have to try resting now, and then hope I’ll be OK for an ultra-early start tomorrow. Sigh.

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Ah here we go again. The shivering earlier is followed by the full-scale Bristol Seven experience. No, that’s not a band.

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alexeckermann .@Telstra “Customer Detractor”? I thought we were cool. But apparently you think differently of me..pic.twitter.com/K93VHHSIMKMK

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@NewtonMark @leopinion It’s a demarcation thing. They’re “mystified” because only the police are allowed to be “baffled”.

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@NewtonMark @leopinion I ended up having to put an instruction in the fourth or fifth par of the advert telling them to include a keyword.

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@NewtonMark @leopinion Even 7 or 8 years ago, I advertised for a network support person, 100+ applicants, vast majority totally irrelevant.

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@leopinion How delightfully poetic. Maybe I should used that quote when linking to your piece. I try to link to recent related news.

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@leopinion I am amused, because I am filing a piece in the morning which talks about skills shortages in infosec, amongst other things.

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“Australian IT sector sees skills glut”, writes @leopinion zdnet.com/article/no-ski… [Though averages can hide key niche problems.]

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fanfiction_txt i hate you i’m ten you ruined my childhood bitch fuck yourself go to hell

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@jon_lawrence I think I’m busy that night, stabbing rusty forks into my eyes.

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MarkDiStef It’s on

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What if Hitler were made of cheese?

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Are you a horse? ARE YOU A HORSE?

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If only Greece had converted to Bitcoin.

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firstdogonmoon I will now explain why knighting Prince Philip was a good idea! RT @GIFs: ministryofgifs.org/post/109343489…
i.imgur.com/Im3j4ys.gif

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jrojourno 3 days counting, Rebel’s bikie Angelo’s donations still good with the LNP pic.twitter.com/iX2qJWgViw

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@SnarkyPlatypus I am waiting for backups and a software upgrade to finish, so I am amusing myself during this break.

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BrigadierSlog Street cricket, Australia Day. Cops turn up, guess what happens next? . How good are our Police forces!!! pic.twitter.com/05actftJnF

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TheNTNews 4. @jrhennessy

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TheNTNews OUR SHIT LIST:
1. @GuardianAus
2. @triplej
3. @canberratimes

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SwiftOnSecurity lol I bet the people who say Linux is free think the moon just pays for itself.

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SnarkyPlatypus 😮😆😆😒😮😊😒😮😯mMcNicholash @adambrereton kutuk il😒😊😥😒

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SnarkyPlatypus Lo pojok il ll Lop lap kiqyjlpiqquiuqyqyhjhjglhhlp

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“QWERTY keylogger linked to Regin malware”, writes @juhasaarinen itnews.com.au/News/399744,qw…

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“Turnbull ticks Telstra-NBN HFC migration plan”, writes @joshgnosis zdnet.com/article/turnbu…

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Oh that’s right. NSW election on 28 March. So on 30 March, ICAC will have a whole new batch of names to add to their list.

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thewetmale Australian political watchers have become “It’s on” sluts and it’s so fucking good.

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therevmountain @sophbenj tongues all the way down

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sophbenj Ewwwwww. Also the tongue has a ball-gag… does that mean the tongue has a tongue? (via @therevmountain) pic.twitter.com/APAUG5xa3z

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“The Dutch Artist Who Turned His Dead Cat Into A Drone Is Keeping A Badger In His Freezer To Build A Submarine” businessinsider.com.au/badger-submari…

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fieldproducer I think that is possibly the simplest wind-up ever, never fails.

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fieldproducer Thanks to an iPhone email signature change I’ve had an Apple Watch for months, also had rapid email response times. pic.twitter.com/p9V8RFomhQ

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Apple Watch. April. Confirmed. Now off you go and squeal with delight, you pathetic muppets. zdnet.com/article/apple-…

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@checkpointanz Thank. Me too. But deadlines are deadlines, and I have one today. Do try to have fun without me.

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Doesn’t Malcolm have dogs?

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Maybe this 1000 AEDT presser is about dogs. Who can say?

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I’m not sure how Abbott fucking a dog is going to help.

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So ShipYourEnemiesGlitter.com was a bullshit stunt, and most news stories swallowed it whole. observer.com/2015/01/exclus… Yay, journalism.

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@jeamland Yes, she does. Miranda reckons many things.

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God I feel terrible. I wonder what will make be feel less terrible.

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I think I want some of the drugs Miranda is on. Unpredictably weird, of course, but oh so powerful.

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Wed plan, draft: Writing. Just writing as determinedly as I can, and hope that it’s sufficient. This dreary grey day won’t help.

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Wednesday. Everything is privet, dancing naked in your shoes. Wednesday.

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Sneezing. Going to bed.

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CasparBowden serious surveillance theorists begin their day with 2hrs 16m of Adam Curtis’ youtube.com/watch?v=74-fP3…

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jethrocarr IF YOU DON’T RUN YOUR OWN NATION, YOU’RE NOT FREE AS IN FREEDOM ENOUGH pic.twitter.com/yzSt7bR0ut

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jturner_ibrs@doctorow: What is exposed about you and your friends when you login with Facebook [2014] pic.twitter.com/5yihFGwRaU
Note WITH not TO

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jleyden Lizard Squad are to LulzSec as The Rutles were to The Beatles.

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The Disgruntled Ducks of New York, and other snow-related photos, via @qz qz.com/333906/333906/ pic.twitter.com/7031Y2f68j

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macleanbrendan you know what can be annoying? sounds, smells, people, animals, bananas, a hat, weird cups, words, colours, old people, young people, moons.

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Providing Crusader Rabbit with a media advisor is like giving elocution lessons to a walrus.

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drearyclocks Hear me out guys. What if… feminism caused the Facebook outage?

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@SydneyTom_ Well, you can always return to it. There’s a massive skills shortage that’s only going to get worse.

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@SydneyTom_ Most detailed data is held pretty closely, but Akamai does a fine State of the Internet each quarter, a summaries of big events.

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Sigh. And I was having such a lovely time ignoring everything.

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@SydneyTom_ Actually, I can say that I’d give more credence to data from Akamai on this one. Word is it was their infrastructure being hit.

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@SydneyTom_ I’d have to think to give a meaningful reply, and I honestly don’t care enough to think about.

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@will_ock I think it gets published on Friday, to be up for 1 February and associated advertising. But of course I know no details of that.

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@will_ock I’m already busy writing something else tomorrow, and I don’t expect to be reallocated. We’ll see.

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@SydneyTom_ Well it’s a legitimate visualisation of data from a company with telemetry. What it “means” requires analysis. Can’t be arsed.

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None of this is particularly funny.

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Perhaps things would be better if we actually did choose our Prime Ministers by how far they could shove their head up a pig.

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“The PM’s head is in some very strange place,” writes @michellegrattan theconversation.com/the-central-qu… So, like this? pic.twitter.com/GCzu3Biovf

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It has been raining continuously all day so far. I suspect it won’t let up until tonight.

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businessinsider New Yorkers are flocking to Craigslist to find ‘Blizzard Boyfriends’ and girlfriends read.bi/18jPiNd

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SquigglyRick GC mum sentenced to six months’ jail for spinning a stranger’s kid on a playground ride too fast. goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/crime-cou…

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RT @purserj: @Drag0nista @bluntshovels we need to put young libs and socialist alliance in a small room [then fill it with molten lead]

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rupertmurdoch Po

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And that’s all been a perfect prelude to my 1130 AEDT interview about identity verification technologies. Deep breath.

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RT @jeamland: @chrisjrn @stilgherrian And of course brings to mind this: youtube.com/watch?v=-XNFok… [Yes. Yes it does.]

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RT @chrisjrn: That series title is terrifying in so many ways [What? “Presidential Fuck Machine Book 3”? Terrifying? Nah. GLORIOUS.]

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I’m still thinking about this. “Fuck Lord of the Moon” is a title we can all aspire to. pic.twitter.com/lmabxT73d0 HT @sarahchurchwell

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RT @dobes: Here comes PM Warren Truss! [Yay! Finally, a PM we can truss!]

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@rycrozier I feel like I’ve just lost a year off my life and become susceptible to both cancer and alien invasion.

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Wow. Microsoft has seriously fucked up Skype’s workflow for renewing a SkypeIn number. Utterly confusing.

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