Last night’s episode of Stilgherrian Live is now online for your viewing pleasure.
I reckon this was one of the smoothest-running programs ever, with more controlled ranting — or do you prefer the uncontrolled rants?
Senator Stephen Conroy was our clear winner of “Cnut of the Week” for his continued involvement in the creation of Australia’s Internet censorship regime.
I’d like to do next week’s program from outside the office. Not the Manly Ferry, as @JonoH wants, because it’ll be dark at 9.30pm. I’ll save that for a special Saturday or Sunday afternoon edition — which would be better? So where should I pick? Somewhere that’ll be accessible and interesting after 9.30pm on a Thursday night.
Oh, and did you see the special impromptu edition the other night? It’s in four parts, episode 30A parts 1, 2, 3 and 4. There’s a naked bottom to be seen, amongst other things.
Stilgherrian’s links for 22 June 2008 through 24 June 2008, gathered with care and compassion:
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Stilgherrian’s links for 20 June 2008 through 21 June 2008, collected as automatically as the sunrise:
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Here are the web links I’ve found for 06 May 2008, posted automatically.
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Or, as we say in English, “Kangaroo red curry stir-fry is very yummy!” And it is. Kangaroo goes so well with curry you’d almost think they were Thai beasts to begin with.
The Marrickville Organic Food Market provided both the kangaroo rump and most of the vegetables this morning — snow peas, capsicum, Swiss brown mushrooms and green pepper.
The Chinese greengrocer told us that kangaroo meat smells too strongly. She feeds it to her dogs. She has no idea what she’s missing. Still, her fresh vegetables are one of the bonuses of the Markets, as are the fresh steamed dumplings from Chinese Dim Sum King. The King will do your catering, too: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0411 456 750.
Now I’m wondering whether I should get ’Pong to write up the recipe. Maybe it should stay our secret.
Here are the web links I’ve found over the last few days, posted a bit later than I’d intended. Cope.
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