Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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October 9th, 2009

If you missed it, here’s the video of the NASA mission. http://bit.ly/aOa8d

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Actually, it might not be SEKRIT. You be the judge. And jury. And Nobel Prize award committee. And King of Sweden.

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Hang on, that might be SEKRIT.

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If I can sleep thru gunfire into the house next door, I can watch ABC iView crime dramas thru NASA bombing the Moon. Apparently.

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@unsungsongs @glengyron Nobel Prize is Swedish money, awarded in Norway. http://bit.ly/3wPktX Go figure.

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It’s Swedish. And it’s glittery. Just like Abba. A “Black Abba”, if you wish. Afghanistan is Obama’s Waterloo. Discuss.

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I am now an expert on international politics and will pass judgement and analysis of the Nobel Peace Prize, just like every other fuckhead.

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Spam subject line reads: “I was beheaded! Poor me. :(” Indeed.

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Companies ‘should impose dress codes on online avatars used by employees’, apparently. http://bit.ly/36OoOz

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Reading a report about a certain Cold War incident and thinking “This seems well informed.” Who wrote it? Oh. The CIA. Fair enough then.

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@CADbloke As it happens, I was just sipping a chamomile tea… for reasons which are not entirely clear.

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@sleemol I believe that http://lovelylisting.com/ is the hilarious blog that you seek.

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No, there is NOT an inconsistency in my previous two tweets. You are a fool.

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@JohnBirmingham I approve of your concept of the pre-drink drink. Nay, I recommend it! [nods]

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@SnarkyPlatypus I fear for your life and/or sanity and/or liver. I will now sip my chamomile tea, for I would never indulge in that way.

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@SBS Ben Mendelsohn is a “bad boy” AND a “larrikin”? Goodness! Isn’t that larding the gilded lily a bit overly much to excess? ;)

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I have reason to believe I’ll be at the recording of Byteside Tech on Tuesday night. http://bit.ly/16bB0h Will you?

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Me loose on @zdnetaustralia: “Twitter in court: Why not streaming video?” http://bit.ly/KrUqu

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@LiamT I think some folks following imagine it’s fiery speeches, quick results, not weeks of hearing then a judge’s quiet thinking.

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Catching up on today’s AFACT v iiNet trial action through @LiamT and @AndrewColley and everything tagged

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, the cartoon contains what I consider Sentence of the Week! “Look at those…” http://bit.ly/7Binp

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Aha! In which case, I recomend that EVERYBODY see today’s witty @firstdogonmoon cartoon for FREE! http://bit.ly/7Binp

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@GreenJ I call for today’s @firstdogonmoon cartoon to be liberated from the paywall so the masses may laugh as hard as I am right now.

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@bettydee I don’t see why the fault lies with “social networking” rather than an inconsiderate poster or slow police.

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@SilkCharm Um, it also rates my site G. http://bit.ly/OtuRy Useless. Only sees home page. Dumb word-match doesn’t reflect real ratings.

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“[WA] Police upset fatal crash posted on Facebook”, before they could notify family of death. http://bit.ly/HQ1B5

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@kathodonnell Sewing in a patch is a time-consuming thing for me. TCO calculation says just get another pair. They’re cheap enough.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis arrivé avec petit déjeuner, café et un sentiment de tranquillité remarquable. Et vous?

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@mrbipana I know “The 7pm Project” is in that general vicinity. Followed by “The 7.30 Report” I could do “The 8pm Edict”.

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Can I just say that I did actually write something serious yesterday, about video streaming from courtrooms? http://bit.ly/KrUqu

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RT @JonoH: After NASA is done bombing the Moon, how about wiping out Uranus?

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@seancarmody No, “obliviot” is not in the Macquarie Dictionary Online. I will tire of this game very quickly, I suspect.

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Maybe I really should start a daily podcast where I just steal all the jokes from your tweets and add a couple news headlines.

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“He is an open hydrant of empty, venal ignorance, a fame-chasing, grandiose fucktard, all because he is a cockaholic.” http://bit.ly/1atxVb

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@glengyron A usage of “fucktard” can be cited for the Macquarie Dictionary too, not just news / court etc.

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@MacYourselfhome munted: … 2. (of a person) not performing or functioning well, as a result of exhaustion, intoxication, etc.

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@MacYourselfhome munted: adjective Colloquial 1. (of a thing) broken beyond repair: this bike is munted. …

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@glengyron It’s consider poor form for professional writers to use “fucktard” in reference to participants in a current Federal Court trial.

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@glengyron Well spotted! Macquarie Dictionary Online does NOT have “fucktard”. Now I need to find usage in mainstream Australian writing.

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Look, people, if you try to analyse the joke you’ll kill it. It’s like quantum physics. Or that time I tried to dissect the rabbit.

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@unsungsongs Maybe if you turn it all into some sort of lunar oral sex scenario, it’ll have longer-lasting comedic value.

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Damn! I was going to try to get “munted” into the Macquarie Dictionary, but it’s already there.

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@unsungsongs If your tweets from last night were “on fire”, just bundle them into a blog post. You may need to add extra grammar.

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Which reminds me, I should re-pimp @firstdogonmoon’s bestest cartoon ever. http://bit.ly/7Binp

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@firstdogonmoon Apparently Obama got the Nobel Peace Prize for his amusing Michael Jackson impersonations.

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Invented [language] facts from the Vicar of St. Bene’t’s, part 1 http://bit.ly/MbuWg part 2 http://bit.ly/jmCbp

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BREAKING: Software company releases new version of software. Shock version number increment.

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RT @ApostrophePong: You guys need morning exercise. http://bit.ly/Smr0i [As an added bonus, you can see her nipples.]

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Headlines we should see more often: “Fugitive TV host surrenders” http://bit.ly/2tMjDH Naomi Robson meets “Logan’s Run”.

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@bob_bain There are contexts outside GST legislation. :) I’m thinking of phrases like “enterprise-class systems”.

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How did “enterprise”, originally with flavours of boldness, energy, adventure, come to mean just “very big” business?

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@k_o_o Also FWIW, “Hi, I’m human and I’m following… do you follow back?” looks repetitive and, to me, passive-aggressive and off-putting.

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@k_o_o No, I don’t follow someone just because they’re human. I do if I want to see all their tweets immediately even if not directed at me.

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