Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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October 2009

The Under the Blue Moon Festival gurgles along on Enmore Rd, with sausage sizzle open day at the undertakers.

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Mobile (again): Enmore Rd; King St; @SnarkyPlatypus; gym; late lunch. My attention may be limited.

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@drearyclocks Exactly. And well all feel like a man’s man occasionally. No. Wait.

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@drearyclocks If Jess had just said up front that he drove a Hummer ‘cos he liked it, it’d be fine. But he wanted to JUSTIFY it. Fail.

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@drearyclocks Ah yes, the whole HUMMER to WANKER puzzle generated some great comments. http://bit.ly/3e9Chw

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Digital ants could be the future of information security. http://bit.ly/O9aA

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@drearyclocks Me being a Google result for “McDonalds Waterloo Australia” is spurious and will soon pass. Good trick, nonetheless.

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@iain_chalmers Alas no coffee in the CBD for me. I am already on the train back home. On target for gym at 1400.

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This tweet is brought to you live from the Apple Store Genuis Bar, while I await the arrival of the new power supply. Oh here it is now!

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I patiently await my moment with a Genius. It takes a Genius to see the power supply’s broken cable and get a new one from the shelf.

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@maverickwoman A black polo-neck would just make me look like a Wiggle in mourning. Or a Norwegian Wiggle.

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I suppose you could combine all that into a carnivorous tree snuff movie.

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I do not like the slogan “Hot and Ready” for selling meat pies. The tomato sauce looks too much like blood.

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So how come trees are allowed to spray pollen everywhere, but that time I just … ?

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Mobile: Stanmore station; Wynyard station; Temple of Apple; Wynyard station; Stanmore station; home. Standby for Part 2.

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“The men may have been under the influence of alcohol when they devised the idea for their disguises.” Heh.

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RT @JonoH: http://bit.ly/4fEkXR <— worst disguise ever, c’mon lads, for a robbery???! [Gotta admit, it works for me.]

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@Nickhodge There are only five things I feel compelled to do. None of them involve a Windows 7 t-shirt. Only one involves you.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Si Steve ne fait pas me sentir mieux, je vais me plaindre. Fort.

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I appreciate all your suggestions, and @ApostrophePong’s to wear a Windows7 t-shirt, but I shall ignore them all.

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Hmmm… I have to go to the Apple Store, but I have nothing to wear!

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RT @CADbloke: Passing of time is bi-cubically proportional to proximity of your closest, possibly-unrelated deadline. [Wanky, but true.]

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@jilliancyork Oh. You were asking about the other study, the date-rape drug one. That’s enough research for me on a Sunday tho. ;)

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Prof David Nutt: “Estimating drug harms: a risky business?” http://bit.ly/1o4Dc9 [Less snarkily-tweeted link.]

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@jilliancyork I reckon Prof Nutt’s paper would be very easy to find, since it was an academic publication. Oh, look! ;) http://bit.ly/1o4Dc9

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“Date-rape drink spiking ‘an urban legend’,” they’re just drunk. http://bit.ly/1Ghz0y

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UK drug chief who spoke about relative safety of illegal drugs http://bit.ly/13FtQb has been sacked http://bit.ly/7pujY

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Former Assistant Police Chief deconstructs US TSA’s flawed processes. http://bit.ly/1YMiOK

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If we’re both to pass law school, we must have wild sex immediately. http://bit.ly/2nRzbQ

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Definitely exit time. [nods] [exit]

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That’s enough linguistic research for a Saturday night. I’m meant to be asleep anyway.

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@SnarkyPlatypus ROFL! “The Modern Monotreme: Magic or Minger?”

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I’ve founf a guy who named his boat “Savage Minger” but I don’t think that counts.

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Aha! The Vine: “The minger ginger from Girls Aloud actually looks pretty neat for a change.” http://bit.ly/maC4T

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I wonder if reviewing an LG TV as “Not a minger” counts? http://bit.ly/2vfGA1

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Here’s one! Brisbane Times: “… but here are some of my personal favourite sporting mingers… ” http://bit.ly/1aCgAK Need two more.

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@glengyron Interestingly, I searched news.com.au and smh.com.au and “minger” only appears in comments, which isn’t good enough.

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@glengyron “English slang is English”, yes, but Australian slang is Australian and comes from many sources, including English.

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@einspruch It’s not so much finding the definition, tho http://j.mp/1FXnVE are good. It’s citing it in Australian usage. That’ll be easy.

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@glengyron The Macquarie is certainly open to corrections, with appropriate evidence. I know this from having been involved in one myself.

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@SnarkyPlatypus From 2007, “BBC flashes Kylie Minogue’s minge at innocent kiddies” http://bit.ly/3XMeNy

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@SnarkyPlatypus BTW, “minge” is “Romani but also Suffolk dialect”. So there you go.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yeah I’m finding enough references in random searches that I reckon I’ll be able to do it properly for the Macquarie.

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@SnarkyPlatypus The Macquarie Dictionary doesn’t have “minger”. This needs to be rectified.

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@SnarkyPlatypus “Is your client a Capricorn, by any chance?”

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@kcarruthers Look, try explaining your fancy “other hemisphere” thinking to the mingers in cheap witches’ hats and see how far you get!

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@SnarkyPlatypus I think you were thinking of Samhain. http://bit.ly/MxTH5 Or maybe it’s just the sangria talking.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Erm, Beltane is May Day. http://bit.ly/pqeID You’ll need to find a Pole to dance around.

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@anthonybaxter Actually, you know who’d be even better at portraying me in film than Will Smith? http://bit.ly/1kHktY

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@SnarkyPlatypus I trust that you have upheld the Glebe Dining Code of Honour.

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Maybe being a Venturer Scout was bad for me, All that “Be Prepared” stuff and first aid and taking responsibility instead of being a sheep.

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@auntie_abc I live in fear of having a heart attack or stroke while surrounded by morons who don’t have the sense to call an ambulance.

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@WoollyMittens The sniffy sniffy dogs rarely find anything interesting. http://bit.ly/1dGoPx

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I may be overstating the risk to little girl. But she’d strayed beyond the fence, wasn’t visible to parents, following pigeon onto road.

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BTW, if anyone wants to take advantage of this surge of testosterone, you know where to find me. Just sayin’…

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@eddit0r Oddly enough, when I told Kylie on Police 000 the guy was on the ground with a hand around his throat, “Nice day for it,” she said.

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@FortuneGrey Mate, if I don’t pimp myself then no-one else will. It’s purely pragmatism.

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Oh, I also saved a 4yo girl from being run over by a car today. She’d strayed from a parkland birthday party. So I’m a double hero. :P

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@retrogrrl @middleclassgirl The police sniffy sniffy dogs have an easy gig. Who am I to begrudge them their tail-wagging?

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The police thing: I observed street violence from the gym window. Gawkers watched but didn’t act. I called the police. I am such a hero.

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@regolith I don’t even know what an “Oxford St stab” means, and perhaps I am grateful for that.

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Home, on a humid spring night as the sun sets, and pondering how many of my messages to reply to.

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Police sniffy sniffy dogs working King St, Newtown, always look so perky and cheerful.

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OH: “i’m just waiting for someone to form an S Club 7 cover band.” Alright, it was @SnarkyPlatypus.

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OH: “You feel really naughty, it’s a full orgasmic feeling. But it’s totally safe.”

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OK, the police had to be called. And before you ask, I was the caller not the callee.

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The man on the exercise bike next to me is actually reading the SMH real estate supplement. I want to stab him.

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Newtown Square is full of gothlings in their finery. Wish I had shares in black eyeliner.

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@SnarkyPlatypus As I told @kcarruthers, try your fancy-pants “southern hemisphere” thinking on the ignorant mob in cheap witches’ hats.

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“What price the pace of modern life?” http://bit.ly/2L6FOD

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Sun plan: With @ApostrophePong to Marrickville Markets for brunch; a day of writing, ‘cos I’m behind schedule. Should find somewhere nice.

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@Lilylauren @SnarkyPlatypus Indeed, the Christmas Tree Hotel in Mwanza, Tanzania, has a tree all year round!

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So, @ApostrophePong is wandering the house singing this song. http://bit.ly/3PdNq3 What have I done to deserve this?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oui. La poudre blanche fait tout mieux. Je hoche la tête, sciemment.

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@SnarkyPlatypus As humans, we seem to be very good at launching crusades against imaginary fears.

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@jilliancyork Actually, “Embodying Uncertainty: Understanding Heightened Perceptions of Drink Spiking” http://bit.ly/46dlhX

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis arrivé avec La Merveille de la Science. Aussi, le café. Et vous?

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Oh bugger it, here it is: “Embodying Uncertainty: Understanding Heightened Perceptions of Drink Spiking” http://bit.ly/46dlhX

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@Warlach Twitter Lists will spur another round of pseudo-analysis of “influence”. Shits me beyond belief.

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@pressdarling So which shits you more? Being listed as “amusing” or an “influencer”? http://bit.ly/ybX5X

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My interest has been logged.

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How people are choosing to categorise others for their Twitter “lists” reveals more about their own worldview than they may realise.

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@franksting I suspect has an existence beyond our mere mortal frames.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: One better on the bald with long hair stakes: Mr Kidd… gay killer from Diamonds are Forever http://bit.ly/QBYdu

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@drearyclocks @blonde_lili I do not understand your sexuality. But welcome to the world.

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@eltonstewart Nick Cave is in a whole separate category, however. There’s still some hair there too. http://bit.ly/dfI9K

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I don’t understand balding men who still try to grow long hair at the sides, emphasising their baldness. http://bit.ly/4pDtme

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RT @grum: I’m so hard right now!

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OH A: “Last time I was there I was on mushrooms and it was packed, and it was awesome”. B: “Acid in public is really hard.”

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Two tweets ago I failed to properly balance a quote mark. I am sorry.

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Oh dear. Movember was invented in Adelaide. http://bit.ly/2TREl

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@SnarkyPlatypus Having just re-watched “The Shave”, it’s not “vagabond”, it’s “erotic! http://bit.ly/47Dz6e

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@peterhau I dunno re Movember. Normally I’m more “just give them the money” than gimmicks, but… dunno… Am I now “celebrity”?

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Wondering whether I should actually play the Movember game. http://bit.ly/PrAMx I mean, remember “The Shave”! http://bit.ly/47Dz6e

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RT @dobes: iiNet’s copyright crucible heats up http://bit.ly/4Ertfd @LiamT looks at what is coming up in the AFACT v iiNet case next week.

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@iain_chalmers Yes, “negative budgetary impact” was in Ben Sandiland’s Crikey piece about the Joint Strike Fighter. http://bit.ly/3dfUph

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@mtats I AM NOT FUCKING WELL “QUICK TO ANGER” YOU JUDGEMENTAL PRICK! GO FUCK YOURSELF!

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Thanks, @JPlatnum @aramadge @NewtonMark @GeordieGuy @iain_chalmers @mtats etc. It was, um, a rhetorical question. ;)

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Why do people say “negative budgetary impact” instead of “cost”? Fools.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; lunch; local errands; afternoon writingsomewhere. I am so predictable. Mostly.

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@grum What sort of moose sat on your face? Was it… sexy?

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@eskimo_sparky Actually, I think they should START smoking crack. Lots of it. Enough to kill them out of their idiotic obsessions.

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RT @eskimo_sparky: People suggesting that “influence” will be measured by the number of lists one’s on should stop smoking crack.

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@gabfran In business, lawyers seem to close everything down, fearful of “risk”. Don’t talk to customers. Don’t be open. Unhelpful IMO.

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@steven_noble @mumbrell SR7 says “discretion, integrity and client confidentiality”. Shoosh! It’s all SEKRIT LAWYAZ!

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How to improve your use of social media: get lawyers involved. Sigh. http://bit.ly/KxtkE HT @mumbrella

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RT @ApostrophePong: Anyone else interested in Fantastic Planet [SF Film Festival] opening night at Dendy tonight? http://bit.ly/1NC24e

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RT @jeamland: Replacing a bloke with a chick == positive discrimination == left-wing bias == THE IMMIGRANTS WILL STEAL MY FLATSCREEN TV

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@BernardKeane Exactly. It’s weird knee-jerk logic. “Left wing” seems to be some catch-all category of “bad” used by idiots.

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“CNET River”! River of news? Or undifferentiated sewer? http://bit.ly/20BXeg HT @ChrisSaad

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What sort of tool thinks “left wing bias” is relevant to the ABC Good Game story (see comments)? http://bit.ly/4DvcyK

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So what’s this “new analysis and opinion online initiative” the ABC is setting up? http://bit.ly/efrrh

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Sat plan: 1215 Apple Store, Sydney CBD, my first time there and I hope the last; gym & food w@SnarkyPlatypusypus, probably.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Il semble que je dois assister au palais de Steve et rendre hommage. Aussi, je me sens comme de la merde. Et vous?

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I have a theory that recording and editing video makes time go even faster still. I choose not to test my theory.

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Typing makes time go faster. Just that typing then has made a while 40 minutes go by, says my screen.

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The lovely-sounding Gavin at Apple Support is locating a power supply that I can collect today.

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@NewtonMark According to the number on my screen, I can run on batteries for almost 4 hours provided I don’t actually do anything.

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That extra 3.5 hours of “sleep” was not really sleep, and I still feel… less than adequate.

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@Nickhodge Canberra is the perfect place for talking about chickens. But you did choose to go there.

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@franksting I am up early because my sleep patterns are completely geb0rken and I have no brain. Your excuse?

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@Nickhodge I see Mr Manners hasn’t paid you a visit yet this morning.

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Emerges. Actually I emerged a while ago but I didn’t want to reveal the fact. It’s a more respectable time now.

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OK, shutting down computer to deal with power supply loss.

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@frogworth It’s no big deal. The DC cable out of the transformer has failed to deal with wear. Apple should just replace it.

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@frogworth I have AppleCare on this device so if they don’t solve it within 5 minutes I will mock them severely.

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@frogworth I will attempt the Apple Store drama tomorrow. I must admit, I fear the Kool-Aid aspects of it all.

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So, the power supply for my MacBook Pro is rooted. How long will my batteries last and what idiocy must I deal with to get it replaced?

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@kissability I especially choose not to explore @michaelmeloni’s secret desires. Wait. Hang on.

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@ordinarytanya I have no idea what you’re referring to, but “female” = “adult woman” seems a fair thing to me. What am I missing?

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@Warlach I can create lists that serve myself using Tweetdeck’s “groups”. But the process is very flexible, like that day’s conference.

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@pressdarling One can never underestimate the cluefulness of humanity. Truly. Also, are you really a “total fuckwit”?

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@gabfran I would never disagree with an attractive professional woman.

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@Warlach I don’t see much value for me in Twitter lists. Blindly follow people ‘cos someone else categorised them? Bah!

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The ABC is seriously fucking up over this Good Game host thing. http://bit.ly/j2vkW

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@jenbishopsydney I’m speaking at Media140 on 5/11 so no for me! :) And am I even a “journo”?

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Ben Shepherd: “Can newspapers survive online?” Suggest they close down their websites! http://bit.ly/2zl4sG

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UK’s chief drug adviser: Alcohol more dangerous than ecstasy, LSD and cannabis. http://bit.ly/3Spvaj

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@GeordieGuy True, those protocols are for any carriers. Using pigeons is just a lazy default, I know. My head is hanging in shame.

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It appears the pigeon-Internet protocol of RFC 1149 http://bit.ly/aWPBP was updated in 1999 to provide QoS http://bit.ly/wR6Wa

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I really do definitely thoroughly and definitely want a new set of patterns. Sigh.

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Emerges. With some difficulty.

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I am going to re-attempt sleep. This will be interesting. Or not. [exit]

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@SnarkyPlatypus: “A 8-ball of speed with a flask of Xantini?” Well, it’s a start I suppose… [shuffles feet]

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I think I would like to purchase a new set of sleep patterns.

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@SnarkyPlatypus That is rather a disturbing tweet. http://bit.ly/1jCrIo I do not wish to know how it works.

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@wolfcat Um, “daylight savings abortion reform”? How would that work, exactly?

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@NewtonMark If the ABC had any balls, the Twitter back channel would be scrolling across the screen live.

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Six million women have doubled the size of their lashes. Well, that’s good then.

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@SnarkyPlatypus “Pynehorne” is a very special word. I’ve just been thinking about it. Thinking about it a lot.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Any sentence that contains both “rohypnol” and “goat” is a wonder. Just one more word would make it perfect. Guess which?

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@SnarkyPlatypus What if the goat is asleep? Or otherwise, um, incapacitated?

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@SnarkyPlatypus I have many skills which should impress you. May I demonstrate a brief representative selection?

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Do you want a Beatles song sung by a Hungarian ventriloquist choir? Sure you do. http://bit.ly/1Hkb7J

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I’m glad that you can rent a goat in Seattle. http://bit.ly/3GN2TM

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I am now going off-grid for a bit to make up for the lack of sleep earlier.

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I see Mr James Packer is starting to look like his illustrious father, even if not as clueful. http://bit.ly/2rI4uU

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I cannot type “shoes”. I am made of fail.

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@glengyron My entire perception of everything is broken. It is ALL beyond repair. But maybeI can still con a few people.

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He was wearing red basketball shows (Converse) and hair tied back, does that cancel out the bandana? I don’t know these things.

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So what does a black bandana in the rear right jeans pocket mean again?

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Also, Byteside Tech #4 on the dirty world of Internet Security is now online. It contains me, and others. http://bit.ly/1PvOBc

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I have no choice over what I listen to. I am a puppet of… of everything. I am absorbing the Messages.

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“Call 13 24 10… What do you think people say behind your back?”

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Why does everyone on commercial radio shout all the time?

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Commercial Radio Learnings: Australian households spend more on gambling than gas and electricity, and something about 4kg of cocaine.

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The traffic reporter sounds disappointed that there’s been no crashes to disrupt traffic on Sydney’s roads. She must die.

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Nova 96.9 FM advertises Best & Less at Centro Seven Hills. There’s the future of broadcast media, right there.

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@kcarruthers I like custard. I haven’t had warm custard for ages. Will you make custard for me? Privately?

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RT @stephenconroy: RT @davidlmorris Promoting your own Windows 3.1 launch party http://bit.ly/yUK9k

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Holocaust and incest jokes not a good “fit” with the “Windows brand”. Go, Family Guy! http://bit.ly/swuvs

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Sorry, why do I have to pretend to be a baby cow? I don’t understand commercial radio. Also, “Moo!”

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@Headwellred Being “cool” and “funny” doesn’t pay the bills, Hon! Snake oil is a sensible retirement plan. Compared with the other one.

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“Twitter will molest you.” http://bit.ly/2eBQUh Indeed.

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RT @grantshow: http://twitpic.com/ncqx1 - It’s coming…. [And there are no screaming babies. Yet.]

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@stephenconroy It’s OK. @Colvinus can be Voice of Reason at Media140. I will just absorb and reflect the Zeitgeist. A whole bucket of it.

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Drinking an entire bottle of snake oil, in preparation for Media140. It goes down s m o o t h !

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; lunch; King St errands?; then back to a desk of writing, somewhere.

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@BernardKeane It appears that the Crikey website is several kinds of broken all at once, which does not bode well.

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Dear cPanel, why is your “empty directory” button, which DELETES email without recourse, coloured GREEN?

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@grantshow As the oldest of 7, you’ve already had your chance to take revenge. ;)

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RT @grantshow: crying babies—nay, children—should not be allowed on public transport. [Oh FFS harden up! “Public” includes “everybody”! ;)]

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@erkpod Some people NEED a lot more self-education than you. ;)

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@erkpod Conferences work well for people who need their self-education to be in structured, concentrated bursts, I think.

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@erkpod People pay for all sorts of rubbish if it’s packaged and marketed well. Need I list examples?

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RT @Colgo: How old is this woman? http://bit.ly/1o0rqg A look at how far digital retouching can go [Nice work, guys.]

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Still a few slots left for Media140 Sydney next week. http://bit.ly/D6u46 Code “sydney140” gets you 20% off.

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@misswired If you have photos of me on Flickr, by all mean tag them. I’m quite happy with that.

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@artsdigitalera I’ve asked to be kept informed, anyway. :) Intriguing process, anyway, so I’d perhaps write about it if not a player.

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