Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 18th, 2009

@navytrident09 Outstanding! Good to see the RAN using Twitter. This strikes me as a good way to do some outreach.

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@cait Hello. :) It appears to be a Sunday.

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@mpesce I suggest you invest in this wond’rous new technology from the Orient. It’s called the “umbrella”.

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@sparksman So how does the RPA remove a cockroach from an ear?

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There is a certain mobility in my body just now, and I’m not just talking about “down there”.

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“Twitter bans Britain’s dullest man” http://is.gd/t5Pr

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“Disturbing Strokes”: How music can change mood. A very different “Diff’rent Strokes”! http://is.gd/srYX

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Christophe Szpajdel has drawn more than 7,000 logos, mostly for black- and death-metal bands. http://is.gd/8Wt9

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@PeterBlackQUT So far I have, indeed, managed to resist the temptation of … but others have not.

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Somehow, oysters should be involved.

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I think I might start to base my life on my own Twitterstream. It sounds like fun.

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@ApostrophePong @mpesce Now, if the dream involved Julie Andrews, jelly AND vodka then we’re starting to get somewhere.

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@mpesce Oh a man can ALWAYS dream. Especially if it’s about Julie Andrews. (But I think we were there last week?)

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@mpesce Sorry, it’s an event in Sydney and you want it to have “less focus on commerce”? BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHABBQ!

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@kcarruthers There’s still plenty of “newspaper people” in denial, tho, like News Ltd’s Campbell Reid. http://is.gd/t4nP

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If anyone in the media has not yet read @cshirky’s “Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable” then now’s the time. http://is.gd/nhW0

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@mediahunter “Disturbing imagery” seems to be my department, and it has been from an early age. :)

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@mspecht The motivation, perhaps, that there is no motivation beyond the fun of it. Whereas “going against Oprah” has other motives. Maybe.

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Of course won’t trendfist. The numbers and motivations are all wrong.

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@mpesce But that’s THE BEAUTY! You don’t have to THINK about , you just have to DO IT!

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@mpesce Since “Watching Oprah” is trending, do we need to coin ? I ask in all innocence. http://is.gd/lg9b

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@kcarruthers I have not used Pickle Surprise. If I do now, will it still be a surprise? http://bit.ly/2hsUS

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@jameswilliams90 Oddly enough, my first ever blog post (in this incarnation) was about the cockroach. Kinda. http://is.gd/dFHY

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis assis. J’attends. Je le cylindre d’embrayage bien à ma poitrine, prêt à frapper. Je suis prêt.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ils arrivent! Ils arrivent en nombre plus vaste et plus oppressante que jamais! Et ils regardent!

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There cannot possibly be any rational justification for this many cockroaches.

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@andrewdotnich But I thought YOU were my Dada (in some superbly sumptuous time-loopy kind of way)? PLEASE DO NOT BE CONFUSING ME!

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@gga Glad you liked. This is, personally, my favourite Bach, though I can argue about nuances of performance. http://is.gd/dCnh

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If Homer’s “Odyssey” was reported via Twitter. http://is.gd/qWIl (Yes, “as if on Twitter” seems to be the current humour trope.)

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@wheelyweb I’m not an art historian, so maybe Dadaist is closer than Surrealist? (My source said “Surrealist”, you see.)

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And as I said before: After Bach, there are only two possible routes, and they are the same. First http://is.gd/dCrZ then http://is.gd/dCv6

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RT @Jester_Jeff: See also http://is.gd/t31R - blog on Lowy site with other’s interpretations of Hugh White and his contributions re defence.

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For those who doubted me when I said http://is.gd/t34X then just watch http://is.gd/t355

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