Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 8th, 2009

@firsdogonmoon’s bushfire fundraiser art piece is up to $750. http://bit.ly/NfYd Maybe I’ll put together a syndicate later today.

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@SnarkyPlatypus La première, plus ou moins. Réagissant à la catastrophe avec cliché est… ah!… manque de respect et manque de sincérité.

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@SnarkyPlatypus This is precisely the lame clichés which I grumbled about last night. It’s Naomi’s fucking lizard writ large.

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Emerges. Notes that here’s a certain a urgency about everything this morning.

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The donut has been expanded. And the week has yet to begin. The meaning will become clear… later. [exit]

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@themediapod Then your hint misses the point, Sir. I’m calling for people to think beyond their usual clichés tomorrow morning.

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The quote John Safran, the Internet means “we can all now chip in and pool our ignorance”. http://is.gd/iNQK

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@BreakfastNews I suggest you draw up a list of disaster/bushfire cliches now, and down vodka shots every time a presenter or guest uses one.

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RT @firstdogonmoon: Please retweet. Firstdog proudly presents a bushfire fundraiser. http://bit.ly/NfYd

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@deanlk Agreed. The mob mentality of people “demanding justice” when they’re really “demanding revenge” is a scary thing.

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@mands_syd No, they can only be found guilty of “attempted murder” if their aim (intent) was to cause death (as opposed to scare/harm).

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@mands_syd Your concept of “murder” is, alas, out of whack with 1000 years of Western criminal law. “Intent” is the key to “murder”.

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@mands_syd Briefly, “intent” is a basic concept in criminal law. If someone dies, it can be manslaughter, but only murder if intent to kill.

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@rbuerckner Um, not to downplay, while despicable, arson only “truly is murder” if there was an intent to kill.

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So @Alegrya and @misswired and whatshisface left without even saying goodbye, the rude turds.

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The sooner they bulldoze Tibet and get those uranium mines going the better it’ll be for all of us.

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@mpesce Hah! You mean that old fraud the Bono of Buddhism? ;)

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ฉันต้องการที่จุ๊บปลา.

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@ApostrophePong Google Translate is useless. It doesn’t know how to say important things! ช้างเย็ด!

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RT @duncanriley: Salvos have launched bushfire appeal http://is.gd/iMGx

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@ELROSS Oh if only it were crocodile wrestling…!

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Channel 7: Extended live bushfire coverage. Channel 9: Wrestling. Last 5 years in Aust TV right there.

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Mobile. Enmore Rd / King St / gym / @SnarkyPlatypus for lunch. So to speak. Attention reduced.

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Indeed. Sydney’s isn’t even the hottest place in NSW today, let alone “on Earth”. Plenty match it. http://is.gd/iMiF

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Typical Sydney! People die in Victoria. Sydney’s headline? “Hey we’re special too! Look at us!” Parochial, self-centred cunts.

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@mpesce Sydney as “hottest city on Earth today” sounds bullshit. Probably “hottest city on some list of 30-odd cities the media uses”.

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@sicsicsic “Rebooting everything. Twice” is voodoo, requires talking the entire business down. Not acceptable without science.

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@JonoH IMAP is not useful in this context. This is POP3 mailboxes INTO Exchange, user then has Outlook to talk to Exchange. Wrong task, Sir!

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@lindsayevans I haven’t tried yelling at the Exchange server, this is a surgical practice. But I have sworn under my breath.

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Exchange POP3 connector says new email delivered into user’s mailbox. Outlook does not show new email. Creating new profile doesn’t fix.

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OK, so the Exchange migration has thrown up a weird problem. Going dark to focus on this.

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Darlinghurst. Everyone is calm. A good sign.

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Mobile. Stanmore station / Kings Cross station / Darlinghurst client. Attention reduced.

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@paulwallbank The Darlo network gig had appalling scope creep which I didn’t manage, plus hard to schedule downtime with many players.

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Mon plan: 0845 Darlinghurst to support client’s first day on new network; lunch?; home to orient a bookkeepingslave; much writing. Hectic!

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@firstdogonmoon There’s clearly interest in supporting charity through your images. How about a new image, sell 100 numbered @ $50 or $100?

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@firstdogonmoon That might be about the (doubtless) hollow darkness, it might be rage, it might be something else.

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@firstdogonmoon “How does one come up with a cartoon on a day like today?” Take time out, reflect, draw what is in your heart.

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