Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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January 24th, 2010

@smperris May I assist? “Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon / You come and go, you come and go”

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@gnoll110 I think farmers need to actively change rather than “wait for it to happen”. @timwattsau

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BTW that article on China’s future economy http://bit.ly/4PqLgu is by this guy http://bit.ly/77SJfQ Make of it what you will.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis désolé. Les pingouins! Ils sont si seuls et ont besoin de réconfort. Et vous?

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I’m still disappointed on behalf of penguins everywhere.

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Free ANU ebook: “Introducing China: The World’s Oldest Great Power Charts its Next Comeback” http://bit.ly/7pmfwa

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@timwattsau That said, growing China is good for selling coal, iron. Necessarily good long-term? Time to wean ourself off resources?

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@timwattsau See the quote marks in that tweet? http://bit.ly/820vMh That means they’re someone else’s words I’m quoting. ;)

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Mon plan: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; fill any spare time with client webby work; evening unplanned.

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@renailemay Oh? So that was just a rumour There’s going to be a lot of disappointed, lonely penguins today… :/

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“The top 10 Chinese cyber attacks (that we know of)” http://bit.ly/5ppT3F

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@theburgerman Surely you’re aware of @renailemay’s new penguin-suited gigolo service? [sqwanks!]

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“$123,000,000,000,000: China’s estimated economy by the year 2040. Be warned.” http://bit.ly/4PqLgu

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@emmsy_uk Welcome to Twitter. I suggest following a bunch of people quickly so you get a sense for the flow of overlapping conversations.

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“Bed sharing ‘drains men’s brains’” http://bit.ly/6jPDgg

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No @benharrisroxas it’s not particularly early for me. I’m awake between 0500 and 0600 more often than not.

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RT @grum: I’m starting to hate some people. Well, just the blatantly stupid ones. [So 5% of us are not hated. This is excellent.]

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Succumbing to the confluence. [exit]

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My mind is now jumbling all the @replies and other tweets into one combined scenario and it’s a bit weird.

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@jasonlangenauer One never needs an excuse to post a video like http://bit.ly/6ToQVI Ping @Nickhodge

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: I’ve thought about randomly wearing the Federation Star by itself, just to confuse people. [As a codpiece?]

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They scurry about so. The soy, I mean. And their little high-pitched squeaks can be very irritating. Still, they’re affectionate and loyal.

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Actually there’s a photo somewhere of me and a cow… I’ll have to find it and post it.

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Um @jasonlangenauer you know I grew up on a dairy farm, right?

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I still don’t understand how they get the suction cups onto the soy nipples. It must be incredibly fiddly work.

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@thomasrdotorg There’s a Cicciolina on King St, Newtown and it used to have a giant breast with erect nipple on a wall. Not the same now.

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@jason_a_w Cicciolina’s isn’t the same since they took the giant breast off the restaurant wall. :(

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Pondering the possibility of actually doing something later this afternoon, apart from reading silly things on the Internets.

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RT @danilic RT @BorowitzReport: There’s no problem in this world so great that changing our Twitter avatars can’t fix.

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NSW Police Big Day Out Sydney wrap-up: 381 arrests over 2 days. http://bit.ly/6pNmBs

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And on that last point, the “Not Always Right” blog. http://bit.ly/1ixHUF HT @bleeters

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“Small by Choice, Whether Clients Like It or Not ” The customer is NOT always right. http://bit.ly/6egJ51

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Switching into studio mode. Quiet please!

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Yes! I believe THIS is the theme music for today! http://bit.ly/5nWSk HT @NewtonMark

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@kofeyh @smperris When someone’s whinging about Sydney’s trains (like, “Der!”) one has to deploy the heavy artillery.

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@alisterscott You write off the views of Robert Fogel so confidently? Gosh. (“Everyone knows it” is not valid reasoning, BTW.)

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