Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 6th, 2010

Apparently I can control the weather. Bonus. But not spelling.

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OH: “I don’t know what it is, no, but I saw something brown in it so I’m drinking it.”

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All Hail the Clementine, the Tangerine, the Kumquat and the Diamante Citron!

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A toast! To the forgotten citrus!

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I am composed of 47 modular parts, all of which can be manufactured quite cheaply.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym; monotremification; dusk with a view. Do not confuse my itinerary with a duck. Attention very limited.

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Exploring Übercaster for OS X, the podcast production software. I am exceedingly impressed so far.

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@Cacotopos Correct. If a band/label has not registered with APRA they do not get a split of the royalties. This is the flaw in the system.

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@Warlach Who is Rebecca? Why is she looking at Twitter? Why should I care?

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@Cacotopos APRA doesn’t care whether a song is “foreign” or not, but whether they represent the license-holder in Australia.

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@SnarkyPlatypus This video may assist you to find alternative rainy day ant activities. http://bit.ly/b7SHn0

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. C’est un autre gris délicieux et jour de pluie à Sydney. Je suis dans le ciel. Y at-il une chanson pour cela?

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Posted a long reply to a fool dismissing the zombie problem as “it’s all Microsoft’s fault”. http://bit.ly/dxbUFe

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@middleclassgirl Yes, the unreliability of the Fairfax Method is my point. I got answers ranging from “a few hours” to “14 days”.

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Nevertheless, I do declare that “asking Twitter and just regurgitating the answers” to be “the Fairfax Method”.

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“All the questions” about fertility, @Nickhodge? There was only one question, and a straightforward one. http://bit.ly/c4dsy4

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@Pollytics If today’s been cancelled, I wish it’d be a little more quiet about it!

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Given my early starts, this is insanely late. I will now perform a strange transformation. [exit]

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Also, I have learned too much confusing and possibly inaccurate infor\mation about human female fertility.

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They emerge, and they are prog rock fans. It’s all very wrong. None of them should be able to walk or even speak.

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@jg_rat I know the Maltese are a friendly and open-minded people, but is that legal?

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@CastleJames “I want. I want.” Do you ALWAYS have to be such a Leo?

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The average answer from Twitter is 3.4 days. I declare this the Fairfax Method.

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I’m getting answers between a few hours and 14 days. Helpful.

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Hypothetically, how many days a momth is a woman fertile?

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