Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 2009

Cats fed. Dishes washed. Inbound comms turned off. House to myself, stretched out reading. Successfully avoiding the hordes.

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@duncanriley OK, maybe “Sandilands” is a bit harsh. What’s one notch back from there in the short upfuckage stakes?

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Finally, relaxing. That was an intense week, even if short. Like Napoleon. Or Kyle Sandilands.

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@leslie_nassar Yes, there’s a lot of “ooh it’s do different” about “new media”, when in fact a lot of it is the same skills as ever.

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A nice rant against the Slow News movement and manifestos in general. http://bit.ly/6pJJQA

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@Nickhodge I would partake of sheepdog trials, if they were on TV. It would be even moar bettoror than http://bit.ly/5mDmch

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What? @BiteTheDust Combining cricket with pigeon racing? Are they trying to create an even moar boringor sport? They’ve succeeded!

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Is it wrong that I know the words well enough to sing along?

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So, the jukebox just chose Samantha Fox’s “Touch Me (I wanna feel your body)”. It’s a sign!

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@theburgerman I’m using a Nokia N96. Still a good choice given my needs, but I’d usually have a computer with me.

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Gawd Twitter is a pain on a phone keypad. If I had a real keyboard and screen… Sigh.

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@ApostrophePong Yes, we have a local flock of corellas. I hear them every morning.

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Oddly, @BiteTheDust, I don’t feel so threatened by the prospect of outraged pigeon fanciers.

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@ourmancanberra I keep forgetting, which are the Indian mynahs and which the noisy miners?

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I’ve just suddenly realised that I’m more like a duck than an iceberg.

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I did not count the pigeons in my avian census. They are beneath contempt.

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Circling Enmore at low altitude: a dozen corellas. At high altitude: a solitary ibis.

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Mission Accomplished! My Future is now in the hands of Australia Post. May all the gods bless Australia Post.

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Mobile: Enmore Post Office; quick beer; back home to clean up my mess.

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Copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy copy staple.

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My document-plodding seems to be proceeding according to plan. I am slightly less stabby than I might have been.

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@jonseymour “Graph” is probably the wrong word, which is why I said “graphic”. ;)

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@jonseymour There isn’t an x-axis in that graph. I forget the name of that plot, but it’s used to show links between two ordered lists.

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@zerogeewhiz Oh blurt away! The NYT’s word choices are… odd, yes. http://bit.ly/8eSDCv Still, aren’t they going broke?

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Steep upwards slope represents value for money. US line? Very steep DOWNWARD slope. http://bit.ly/6lbhxv

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Great graphic showing out-of-kilter US healthcare costs vs life expectancy. http://bit.ly/6lbhxv

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Words of the Decade, according to New York Times. http://bit.ly/8eSDCv

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I like the idea of carrying around a frigid nun full of porn. Practical. [Also a new SI unit, methinks.]

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I notice that @jplonie has found metho with a per-serving price on the sticker, too! http://twitpic.com/vtp5y

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Thank you @Jimhemming @michaelmeloni @artywah for your useful knowledge in bis regard. Also, good advice @gga ta. http://bit.ly/7y0npX

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How much methylated spirits can you buy for $50? Hypothetically, that is.

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Being interrupted by itinerant tree-loppers looking for work. They’ve noticed how the palm tree’s roots are breaking up the brick wall.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I cannot help you with your need to understand, except perhaps to offer this. http://bit.ly/7xlb0V

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Oh! You don’t ever want to catch a Man Cold! This looks serious! http://bit.ly/7VS8 HT @TheBloggess

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Indeed @sylmobile back in the first dot-com boom I drew many graphs that went up and to the right. No-one EVER questioned the assumptions.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Est-il possible pour une clarté d’être de couleur grise? Je médite cela comme je travaille. Et vous?

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Plodding through these documents. I admire your wit, everyone, but I must plod nonetheless.

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Home. Disappointed with my typographical errors.

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The lorikeets aqe up to something. They suspect.

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Mobile: Brief local errand to Enmore Rd, and back again.

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@andrewbarnett While giclée is a good word, I don’t think my printer sounds like ejaculation either.

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@GreenJ What astounds me is that @common_squirrel is done through the web interface, i.e. manually.

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@rod_benson Jet as noir works for me. It suits my mood today, too.

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Copying documents. The inkjet sprays ink onto paper, but it doesn’t sound like a jet. It is poorly named.

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I think I agree with Her Majesty. Each year has its own character. Some are best forgotten. http://bit.ly/6zSEML

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And so begins day 3 of 3 very stressful days. There are documents I must file by close of business. I may be snappy.

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TSA “plays hardball” with blogger re leaked document, plus my comment on “hardball”. http://bit.ly/6pmFXk

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@thewinchesterau I think the writer has an odd idea of what the DHS “playing hardball” could actually entail. Ta for the story though.

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Employment in US newspapers back down to 1950s levels. http://bit.ly/6DsV5c

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Emerges. For my sins. As well as for yours. I roll in them, like a cheerful dog on an overgrown lawn. Imagine Christopher Pyne on five Es.

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And it is time for me to curl with kittens and ponder the special parts of the world, which are special beyond belief. [exit]

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Ta @DrMobs for “aligned dot plot”, @jonseymour for “ladder plot”.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym; beyond. I may or may not be paying attention, depending on Factors.

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Anyone know what this sort of diagram is actually called? http://bit.ly/6lbhxv Inquiring minds…

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@bengrubb While John Hewson DIED in the “birthday cake interview” http://bit.ly/5g2Zs it wasn’t his version that was introduced.

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Seriously, whoever made a simple GST so complicated has cost business BILLIONS of dollars trying to track this idiocy!

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Which tool is responsible for all these weird-arsed exceptions to Australia’s GST? I want names and I want them now!

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This “paperwork” is shitting me.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Censorship is a bit more “Twisted Wire” and just been done. http://bit.ly/fHXhN Yeah some sort of 2010 preview…

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Hmmm… Who should I interview later this week for the next “Patch Monday” podcast? Topics? http://bit.ly/5II0B9

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US judge rules BitTorrent search engines unlawful. http://bit.ly/60pZ7n

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Oh @andrewdotnich what a wonderful discovery in Lord Bloody Wog Rolo! http://bit.ly/4Cze8R

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There is nothing worth tweeting about in the entire suburb.

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But before I go, I do SO love an good “fuck off” legal letter. http://bit.ly/6BmaXg

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Mobile: Brief local errands along the usual routes, tweeting pointless little things along the way.

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Surely @Wyld ANYONE can “get away” with gold lame? Or even pink chiffon? http://bit.ly/81oCG5

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@andrewdotnich The ever-reliable Wikipedia says Ms Xenides is now on a disability pension. http://bit.ly/4UHkgN

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@KahrinaChan Public “services” still think they live in the 19th Century and close down even when it’s not a public holiday.

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I think I’ve just found my new totem, mentor and role model all in one. http://bit.ly/5JS52p

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Toute vie est un combat. Vivre, c’est souffrir. Et vous?

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For those who pointed to a “public service holiday”, thank you, but the ATO is actually closed until 4 Jan.

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So, Australian Tax Office, how come you get to be closed when it’s not a public holiday? Hmmm? HMMM?

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Uni of Wollongong trains terrorists! Thanks, ABC! http://bit.ly/78uizf Also, accountancy schools train serial killers. http://bit.ly/86Ie86

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@leslie_nassar Yes, people who received Kindles for Christmas bought books for them. This is MOST surprising. [snap]

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Wed plan (post-brunch): Complete a financial model for 2010 Q1 (yes, I know, what a life); evening undecided.

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@Cacotopos I believe Howard effectively killed other orgs representing low-income folk by cutting off funding if they criticised govt. Yes?

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@schmediachick Thank you, but I shudder to think how I’ve managed to “inspire” you (or anyone) this year. I take no responsibility.

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Mobile: Brief errand to Enmore Rd and back, with little of interest to the general public.

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RT @SBSNews: New figures show the Emissions Trading Scheme would leave low-income earners $190 a year better off http://bit.ly/4p36fZ

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je n’ai aucun sens de l’humour que ce soit, ni un sentiment de plaisir.

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Well @lxzilber Sydney is incapable of simplifying fares first, instead tries to develop a unique system which can cope. Fools.

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@oliyoung “812 buses, 94 trains, 11 Flexity Classic trams, 5 H-Class trams” http://bit.ly/5fThBH Bu fare systems, not size, matters.

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Hmmm… That makes rather a good call to arms, for something. “Je ne vais pas cliquer!”

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@SnarkyPlatypus Une fois encore, je suis heureux que Tweetdeck fournit un aperçu pour les URLs. Je ne vais pas cliquer. http://is.gd/5FX0G

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RT @oliyoung: AdelaideMetro … the ticketing system is so old it’s almost antiquated. [Because it was first, I think. Sydney has NONE yet.]

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RT @NathanaelB: I ain’t gonna be in the gov game forever. [Too true. One day you will be dead.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Les chats tentent de paraître innocent, mais ils le sont pas. Ce sont uniquement la cause principale. Et vous?

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Day 2 of 3 which are quite stressful for me. If I am snappier than usual, do not take it personally. Unless you deserve it.

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NZ MP Clare Curran compares Australian and NZ Internet filters: http://bit.ly/4AUCay HT @NewtonMark @techliberty

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@danupoyner Thanks. I do try to make my @replies make sense in and of themselves, so they have value for others. Seems to work.

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@happn_in_trendr If I set the trend for “airport security” today by saying it once yesterday, your algorithms are shit! http://bit.ly/4qldaP

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@k_a_beck Oh do let @ApostrophePong know you liked his film “Memory of You”!

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@franksting LOL! @ApostrophePong is doing more video now, not photography, and the style has changed.

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@ApostrophePong Those katydid photos were great. You were doing some excellent photography then.

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@Matt_Tulk I would respect your opinion more if it said “your” not “you’re” in two places. ;)

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@danupoyner Yes, the Future Music people have been using the same gnome in their promos. http://twitpic.com/vpikt

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@fictillius I don’t think it’s quite reached “emergency” status yet, no. :)

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Running out of cheap-arsed booze in the fridge. This could prove problematic.

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@andrewdotnich Kangaroo bolognese? Yes! For a long period in Adelaide our default meat was kangaroo, not beef. Cheaper (then) and healthier.

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You know, @ApostrophePong’s end-of-year post is rather powerful. And I like the photo, I think. http://bit.ly/4UezU9

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@monkeytypist Howard was lucky, yes. People were sick of Keating’s arrogance, I think. That cycle thing. Maybe. I dunno.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Meg Bloody Lees. She didn’t even get rooted by Gareth Evans, for all that. Sigh.

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But @monkeytypist the “food” exemption, for certain food, created accounting mess for every cafe and restaurant. Not a win IMO.

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Yes @bengrubb the John Howard “never ever” GST statement. Ah, nostalgia! http://bit.ly/SGSNi

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@bengrubb Hewson lost to Keating in the 1993 election, but then Howard introduced a GST in 2000 after winning in 1996.

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Yes @jasonlangenauer @wolfcat fucking Meg Lees and the Australian Democrats! I should bill them for my time on this shit.

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And indeed @jonseymour, that would’ve been people buying books for a new Kindle. But watch the factoid spread! Sigh.

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Yes @gga, 25/12 only. “On Christmas Day… customers purchased more Kindle books than physical books.” http://bit.ly/8XMg5f

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Getting stabby re “Xmas eBooks outsell physical books” bullshit. That’s ONLY Amazon’s sales, an ONLINE store.

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RT @NewtonMark: Since Sep: Media censorship, climate denial, Govt-financed school chaplains, human-rights oppn http://is.gd/5EI9N

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What does Aust Christian Lobby really believe in? Summary from Sept. http://is.gd/5EHR4 HT @NewtonMark

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RT me: Cricket Australia & Fosters inspire ultimate cricket-lover’s binge-drinking game. http://bit.ly/6Pnp6D

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Tue plan: Primarily a desk day, with LOTS of “paperwork” that must be completed this week, but a little writing too.

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Eric S Raymond reminds Americans of their DUTY to be prepared to defend their nation. http://bit.ly/62hT0Z

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EFA hiring anti-filter campaign manager for 3 months. Job details at http://bit.ly/8BjNq5

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New summary: How govt’s Internet filter differs from 2007 election policy. Thorough research! http://bit.ly/6inxw4

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Today, and the next two days, will be quite stressful for me. If I am snappier than usual, do not take it personally. Unless you deserve it.

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Is Google a natural monopoly? If so, what does that mean? http://bit.ly/5RuISH

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@ApostrophePong When you wake up, this film will help shape your day. http://bit.ly/ibG0A

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For some people, the Cold War still hasn’t ended.

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@kcarruthers Your 2010 theme? How about “Kill them. Kill them all.”?

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@SnarkyPlatypus I am neither the old nor the new, but the plastic bag it’s delivered in.

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Oh @johnhalton I did not see that my calculator didn’t like 1B. Not enough digits. Nevertheless 0.1% is still less than 1%. ;)

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Correct @bronwen, even if all 80M accounts were active, still less than 1% of Internet users. “No-one uses Twitter” is accurate. ;)

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Internet archaeologists find ruins of “Friendster” civilisation. http://bit.ly/8FN4pP

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Um thank you @CathieTranent and @hopeinhell for revealing the secrets of your cleavage. I think.

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With respect to my previous tweet. please consider this web page. http://bit.ly/VtnCN

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Countering unusually large numbers of chemtrails.

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Um @Nickhodge re your Backyard Jet Engines http://bit.ly/8BosbE I Iove how they joyfully start up a RR Derwent next to a house without clue.

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Oh noes! Apollo is afraid of currawong fledglings and their squawking! He runs away! How embarrassment!

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You’re right @posty, a new review of ABC iView would be A Good Thing. That one was March 2008! http://bit.ly/8Culuy

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Yes @posty I have fix0rated your comment and it is on the right post now. ;) http://bit.ly/8Culuy

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New blog post: “Fine posts for 2009”, being my own posts I like best. http://bit.ly/89CyUX

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@lyndalcairns No, I mean 2008. While I’m making the list for 2009 you can read that for 2008. Or do you mean the “200” typo?

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Meanwhile, here were my “Fine posts for 2008” http://bit.ly/5Wi035 Starting the 200 list now…

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Thanks @jasonlangenauer the “revolutionary revolution” piece was one of my favourites too. My next list will be my personal selection.

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No @sylmobile, #11 is “The really real revolutionary revolution of the Internet” http://bit.ly/2YkGIG

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I’m not sure how I missed this, but it sums up my feelings of the last fortnight perfectly. http://bit.ly/5gDZ8r

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That’s not a new article, just worth reading in the context of harassing airline passengers with diarrhoea. http://bit.ly/90wMiT

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US TSA airport security a hopeless joke. Who knew? http://bit.ly/ETFFq HT @jayrosen_nyu

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@SnarkyPlatypus I think this video explains everything. Absolutely everything. http://bit.ly/8jfBjB

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Cricket Australia & Fosters inspire ultimate cricket-lover’s binge-drinking game. http://bit.ly/6Pnp6D

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis au-delà de la simple signification. Je suis une catégorie sémantique qui surpasse les dieux eux-mêmes.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. La pluie compense pour tout le reste. Et vous?

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“Australians now owe more in household debt than the country’s entire economy earns in a year” http://bit.ly/6d2lSu

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Enjoying the rain, enjoying the quiet, enjoying catching up on a little random reading.

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New blog post: “Most popular posts of 2009” http://bit.ly/6BiKnE Not what I expected.

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I am a butterfly, stuck halfway out the sewer of Christmas.

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@theburgerman I think I emerge in all categories simultaneously, but only 45% to 70% complete.

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Did you want the theme to Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy on Mario Paint Composer? Yes? http://bit.ly/360TD2

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Behold, the latest in child protection, The Sex Offender Shuffle! http://bit.ly/7Fx8XE

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The tomahawk, demonstrated. Funnier than you might imagine. http://bit.ly/5dVVRl

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OH: “I didn’t want to wear that good t-shirt ‘cos I would’ve spilt goon all over it.” Now that’s thinking ahead.

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In the car park of the Cyprus Community Club, there are five ibises. One honks.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym etc. Attention very limited.

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This tabletop Inflatable Santa shows how tiny @latikambourke really is. http://twitpic.com/v8x2x

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@kedgie Ah! I need the intro and a few standard words for a new podcast idea. I will follow up some other time!

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Antony Green’s Christmas: “Bradfield By-Election: How the Christian Democrat Nine went” http://bit.ly/5Zhh6n

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@garthk I think a chamber pot in the library is just completely unhygienic.

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RT @courtney_gibson: I think @feral_ibis could teach those ACDC-fearing Eurasian Curlew pussies to harden-the-frak-up. [Exactly!]

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Oh dear. Further to my comments about Hyde Park on Wednesday, there’s a @feral_ibis on Twitter.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well, if it does “take post-colonial pr0n to a new level” it’s @markmorford’s fault. Again.

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Suck me now, sparkling blue bioluminescent anime sea creature Amazon basketball player moonlike catperson of my dreams. http://bit.ly/4uQITG

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@SnarkyPlatypus Wikipedia says PNAC closed in 2006. http://bit.ly/g9edh May be replaced by Foreign Policy Initiative http://bit.ly/4qJm7h

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@expectproblems I notice that the word “hangover” features prominently in your world these days. I have both sympathy and explanations.

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If I am a good little girl, I can have a special treat.

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Actually, if you ask nicely, I’ll show you on a diagram precisely where that special place is. Or on the nice dolly.

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Yes @SnarkyPlatypus, Mark Morford holds a special place on my must-read list. I link again. http://bit.ly/7YslrF

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@SnarkyPlatypus Dreaming of trains and tunnels? Well, yes. And how many new lines were there, exactly?

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“Kids steal all the love/attention/energy from wife, leaving man with nothing but XTube, golf and vodka.” http://bit.ly/7YslrF

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@WoollyMittens Ah, the Dutch! On the surface so quiet and rational, but underneath… nothing but excess! ;)

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oui. “Je me sens si vivant, je sens votre amour à l’intérieur. Juste un peu, un peu plus.” J’approuve votre stratégie!

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@SnarkyPlatypus Ou, si vous préférez, la même chose en français! La routine de danse est pleine de la victoire! http://bit.ly/8MDMJe

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@SnarkyPlatypus Comme toujours, je suis d’accord avec tout ce que vous dites. http://bit.ly/6MIdVV

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Actually those fighting Internet censorship should read it http://bit.ly/4RymD7 and @vealmince’s piece http://bit.ly/7LCYy6

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“Framing a poll”: Psychological research shows how easily we’re swayed. Well, some of us. http://bit.ly/4RymD7

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@SnarkyPlatypus La vie n’est pas ce qui est permis, mais ce que mai être atteints. Vive les benzodiazépines! Vive les barbituriques!

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@grum It may or may not be a public holiday in WA. It depends. http://bit.ly/67V1dJ

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@SnarkyPlatypus Est-ce un défi? J’aime les défis. Parfois, quand même. La mouette convient à mon humeur: ennuyeux, mais inévitable.

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