Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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October 2nd, 2009

@bengrubb I don’t see why you can’t wear a tiara. I have. http://bit.ly/7bS6D Or are you more a pearl necklace guy? Like Mr Thorpe.

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@renailemay The problem is that Betamite sounds like “catamite”, and that’s not for breakfast. Usually.

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BTW, @ApostrophePong and I will arrive in Newcastle tomorrow lunchtime for http://bit.ly/bzge7 Staying until Monday. Plans vague.

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Raindrops in Enmore.

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Want to see a man being shagged by a parrot while @stephenfry watches? I thought you would. http://bit.ly/12NGa6

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It looks like the rain cells will hit Sydney CBD etc in about 30 or 40 mins. http://bit.ly/ztJ9I

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@sylmobile Ah yes, @fbiradio music open day in Newcastle this Monday http://tiny.cc/fbiattina Not my thing, but worth a mention.

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@stephenconroy There are some mental images I can live without, and that’s one of them. Please do not mention Mr Meldrum again. Ever.

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@drearyclocks Well indeed. “I’m banning you, food critic, from my restaurant”, so you’ll never write anything good about me. Tool. ;)

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@drearyclocks That’s the hallmark of a good ego-driven rant: lots of emotion, but no-one’s really sure WTF it was about.

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@stephenconroy I thought it was excess amphetamines oozing from the pores of their forearms that made the food so good.

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Recording “A Series of Tubes” podcast interview with @R_Chirgwin.

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That said, the article contains an hilarious example of ranting from the inflated ego of a “celebrity” chef. http://bit.ly/O0lQg

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LOL! Fairfax tries to link to a tweet, fails. http://bit.ly/O0lQg Hint: Don’t link to profile: tweets scroll away.

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Yes, @JohnBirmingham’s “Mash-up: A Short History of the Media Future” is well worth reading. http://bit.ly/5Dl8s

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@natecochrane Hmmm… @bengrubb in a tiara… I’d like to see that.

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@natecochrane It’s not just the candelabra. It’s the high collar and, um, bouffant hair-do. http://bit.ly/pQ1Hp Sing it, @bengrubb!

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@natecochrane That photo of @bengrubb http://twitpic.com/jwfhq looks like he’s from a failed New Romantics band.

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AUSTLANG, the Australian Indigenous Languages Database, launched yesterday. http://bit.ly/PNoJ9

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. [Insert something witty in French.]

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Mobile: Stanmore station; Central station; quick breakfast; Newcastle and beyond the infinite reaches of infinity itself.

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@R_Chirgwin Worse than a Rickroll? Humph! http://bit.ly/f4SDJ That song was a #1 hit in 1976! http://bit.ly/VzGhV It was produced by Molly!

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Running backups before taking the computers on the road.

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Sat plan: 0915 train Central to Newcastle; lunch; 1400 @unsungsongs’ Renew Newcastle Walking Tour http://bit.ly/YYycy; remainder TBA.

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Oh FFS! Earworm! Well, you can all suffer too. http://bit.ly/f4SDJ

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@deanlk As you know, I’d been bored with “Stilgherrian Live”, but doing location interviews etc may be the boost I need.

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@deanlk The BT-1 Bluetooth webcam shipping, eh? http://bit.ly/2SZP2u I assume I want 2 or 3, but need to Make Evil Plans.

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@media140 Oddly enough, the Fish of Silence has been remarkably effective. Again.

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Emerges, with wailing felines. Again. As always. Wailing. Loudly. Again.

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Disappearing, ‘cos an earlyish start tomorrow to head north. [exit]

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@mrgrumpystephen If I have to pay full card rates for anal bleaching then my whole trip to Newcastle is a fraud!

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For some bizarre reason I’m re-reading “His Benevolence Stilgherrian’s Christmas Message”. http://bit.ly/6zrLp My life is full of fail.

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RT @rbbrown: Hipster on bus reading Unbearable Lightness of Being and writing notes in the margins. Gag.

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“There’s no such thing as a non-self-organising system, only people deluded that they are organising it.” http://bit.ly/1Jdpj3

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Vegemite poll is a bloody market survey. I suggest we choose the same fake demographic.

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RT @barrysaunders: Stay classy, Newcastle. http://twitpic.com/jxjpm [Excellent, something to do there tomorrow afternoon!]

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Mobile: Somewhere in my village, or nearby, where it might be quiet and SEKRIT!

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@damonism Yes, there is a distinct Cocktail Fail involved here. My head is hung in shame. And some sorrow.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I think The Veronicas are involved in some sort of international Merging. I detect the scent.

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@GeordieGuy Ah but I’d have to go get cocktail makings, as the cupboard is bare. Is there a website where I can order delivery?

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Dilemma. A Cocktail as dusk falls appeals, but people do not. Especially Friday night people before a long weekend.

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Also, doing image searches for “pearl necklace” takes you to all sorts of unexpected places. Just so you know.

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@ragnarok1971 Oh, thank you. But Ian Thorpe DOES wear pearl necklaces. Sometimer. http://bit.ly/1VWgc7 Not that there’s anything wrong…

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@glengyron My theory is 30% of all sentences become double entendre if you append “said the actress to the bishop”.

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Have I offended anyone yet today?

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That alleged rain was a fail.

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