Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @stilgherrian ever

October 27th, 2009

@SnarkyPlatypus Il ya trop de stress, et ne dorment pas assez, et je suis tenu de faire preuve de créativité et peut-être présentable.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis rempli d’un sentiment d’effroi. Et vous?

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@SMinney This is not going to be a pleasant day. And I still don’t know whether the 1400 meeting over at Botany is on or not.

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No, cats, that IS the food.

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Emerges. That really wasn’t adequate as “sleep”. Also, the blinding headache is inconvenient.

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RT @ASIO: records indicate that @stilgherrian is always acting suspiciously. It is when he stops doing so that one needs to be worried.

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I have finished being a star and hogging the camera, and am now helping screw their bar tab.

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Oh. “Blow Dry Bar.” I so just misread that sign.

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OK, I’ll be at the Shelbourne Hotel within 15 mins for Byteside Tech. http://bit.ly/2S5dCh Supposedly we start recording at 7pm.

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RT @wikileaks: Confidential report into the proposed AUD 43B Australian National Broadband Network / Telstra break up http://bit.ly/3Trw6V

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RT @glengyron: I’d like to nominate this song of the vacuous early 90s oeuvre http://bit.ly/2rEPx5 [Also agreed. At work, ideally.]

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I really have to use “hands off my detonator” in conversation one day though. [Agreed. At work, ideally.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus But Melissa Tkautz always brings back such important memories…. [sigh]

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Preparing myself to sound completely informed about online crime, war and other malicious activities. By which I mean, having a beer.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ah, it really does have to be one of the silliest pop songs to come out of Australia at that time! http://bit.ly/2cZg95

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“If you want to waste time and get me right off your mind, if you want to wait till later, hands off my detonator.” http://bit.ly/2cZg95

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RT @bronwen: Tips for every writer. How to write badly well … http://bit.ly/1JJaGc

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@mjec We already have lost of icons, logos, colours, images for each city or state, so the ABC could use them. Or just “ADE” for Adelaide.

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@unsungsongs Well of course you and I are on much the same page re outdated bureaucracies. http://bit.ly/SAKGL

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@unsungsongs A “cultural policy” sounds about as useful as a “creativity procedure”.

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@wolfcat @GreenJ Those ABC Twitter avatars are be indistinguishable from each other! Adelaide the same as Melbourne? Info design FAIL!

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Town Hall station; SEKRIT research laboratory; 1815 Shelbourne Hotel for Byteside http://bit.ly/2S5dCh

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ASIC to investigate Future Fund’s Telstra share sell-off. http://bit.ly/3VY1sK

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Oh dear @eskimo_sparky, your Media140-related Twtpoll is evil and must be prevented. Also, funny. http://bit.ly/1Heiy2

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Best sentence in Crikey today: “It is made of cow.”

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Giving my Wilson a good scrubbing.

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@ParisSite “Discussion OF”, dear boy, “discussion OF” things, not “discussion AROUND” things. Spank. Spank. Spank.

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@crikey_news I want to spank your gremlins. They’re making it very hard work indeed, and yet there is much I want to read. Spank. Spank.

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Oh, that was prompted by Alan Kohler’s “Australian dollar disaster”. http://bit.ly/DeJ0r I mean, what the hell does he know?

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Sick of business commentators telling me that my AUD being worth something for a change is a “disaster”. Fuck the lot of you!

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@GreenJ I think “Zoo Weekly” should be our model for strategising and monetising content, going forward. http://bit.ly/9QZ9G

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RT @ValerioVeo: Love how News.com.au ‘look back at the noughties’ leads with celebrity meltdowns. That 9/11 thing barely worth a mention.

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Also @chrisberg, Richard Stiennon’s review of said RAND cyberwar report. http://bit.ly/1iebJZ

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Latest RAND Corp monograph: “Cyberdeterrence and Cyberwar” http://bit.ly/3jI6rr Note, @chrisberg! HT @cyberwar

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@GreenJ You know, “breastacular” is a word that needs to be used a LOT more often, or never ever again. I’m not sure which.

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@kristinmoore2 Yes. @iiNet did some unspecified “maintenance” last night, then had to undo it, then it went wrong. They say it’s fixed now.

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The incomprehensible @iiNet fault report http://bit.ly/PUPWO seems to indicate that it’s safe for me to switch back again. Let’s see.

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@VoxofTLS I do feel strongly about collecting personal info beyond what is actually needed to deliver a service. It’s unnecessary.

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@VoxofTLS Reuters’ privacy policy says personal info will be used for marketing. What is there to “verify” just to watch?

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Also, @LiamT is tweeting the Telstra Investor Day with hashtag to save having to listen to the corporate wankery directly.

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Dear Reuters and Telstra, I have given a false email address. Also, there is no option to opt out of marketing. Rude cunts.

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“We may use the personal information we collect about you to provide our webcasts to you.” How, exactly, Reuters? Liars!

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@franksting Alas it’s nothing to do with last night. It’s rather massive neck pain. I shall make everyone suffer equally, don’t worry.

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Dear Reuters and Telstra, not EVERY interaction has to be contact-harvested for marketing. Or are you THAT desperate?

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Sorry, Reuters? I have to give my email address to watch the Telstra investor briefing? Why? Go fuck yourselves!

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The Telstra investor briefing is being live streamed. http://bit.ly/2JLe2Y Four fucking hours.

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Sports bosses confirm: players not allowed to have thoughts of their own, nor social lives online. http://bit.ly/1FZ0Q9

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OK, 1400 meeting isn’t on. Thank the gods for that. Now, to see what I am actually capable of today. If anything. The headache lingers.

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OMFG! @ApostrophePong is singing “Never Gonna Give You Up” under the shower! I am being Rickrolled in my own home!

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@Pollytics @timdunlop I get “read opinions not one’s own”, but when someone is consistently illogical then maybe seek another “other”?

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@timdunlop @Pollytics I don’t understand. If Janet Albrechtson is no value, why waste your time? For the entertainment of feeling irritated?

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@Emesel No, please don’t encourage CityRail to fiddle with the ticket machines. The result will be no usable machines at all.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Non, cette chanson ne sert à rien. La vidéo contient que l’homme bizarre. Aussi, un désert de sens. http://tr.im/DgvR

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@Darcy1968 @craigthomler That’s the point. http://is.gd/4EKoc Telstra’s network’s value? TLS says one number, ACCC another, VERY different.

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@Emesel @SnarkyPlatypus CityRail ticket machines’ 10-coin limit is mechanical, not software. Chute to hold coins in case purchase cancelled.

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