Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 5th, 2010

@SnarkyPlatypus The bit I like is where the minister says he didn’t realise the guy he’d hired thru rentboy.com was a rentboy. Uhuh.

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@duncanriley Me keeping my hair is about genetics, not age. :) Blame your mother, apparently. Or is is grandmother?

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UK election, Greece, oil spill news distract us from latest Baptist minister rent boy scandal http://bit.ly/anE6Yc

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@markc Also, I think the answer to the question about Courier is rather obvious. There’s 2 minutes filled. ;) I’m there for 3 days.

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@markc As I said earlier, appears Courier was a “concept” device. Also, that’s not security. Trustworthy Computing! http://bit.ly/9EEswy

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Antony Green: How the Senate Could Look After a Double Dissolution http://bit.ly/bCtybC

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@renailemay Ask them about the iPad? Even better, I should get an iPad to use while there. ;) But seriously, the security angle?

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RT me: New blog post: “Visiting Microsoft HQ to talk security: what should I ask?” Suggestions? http://bit.ly/cI9pSv

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@ourmancanberra We have plenty of spiders in the garden which keeps the grub level down. Cat food we have a’plenty. Currawongs eat the lot.

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New photos of our friendly currawongs from @ApostrophePong http://bit.ly/dz3Uzx

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“Stabby” goes back quite a way, actually, and it’s not me @IanKath @lelak http://bit.ly/cI3ry1

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Please address all complaints about my previous tweet to Neil Mitchell at 3AW, our moral guardian.

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Bumped back a few minutes for my ABC Radio interview. Apart from @CatherineDeveny there’s been another train wreck. http://bit.ly/b3JWSJ

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Guy Rundle checks out UK politics via a waxing & cocktails bar in Wales? http://bit.ly/9HNide

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RT @renailemay: I have to say, if @CatherineDeveny is the most extreme social commentator we have, we are a dead fscking boring society

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RT @anthonybaxter: It’s terrible that people who are easily outraged are forced to read tweets. If only twitter had an “unfollow” button.

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Ah! @BernardKeane’s “Death by tweet: the Deveny dilemma faces every media practitioner” now free to read http://bit.ly/cQkbb3

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Ta @lyrianfleming I’d actually already noted Julian Morrow’s Olle Lecture as a reference for this “furore” http://bit.ly/9I4tdg

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RT @iain_chalmers: A point I don’t see being made much re CD, she posted those comments on Twitter - to people who CHOSE to read her stuff.

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@BernardKeane I can do Nöel Coward. I went to an Adelaide private school, after all. Such things are on the syllabus.

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@bernietb Still, if we sacked columnists for being an arse, there wouldn’t be any left. Except possibly me, ‘cos I’m never controversial.

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@BernardKeane Yes, I’m reading your Deveny Duty burden now. Maybe I’ll just read it out on the radio.

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Damn. I now have to fill my head with this Catherine Deveny rubbish ‘cos ABC Radio want to talk about it. 4pm, NSW Regionals, no stream.

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@expectproblems I shall make appropriate arrangements with you in due course, Gentle Sir.

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@jonoabroad Surely Microsoft’s Courier was just a concept device, like the auto industry does concept cars? [Also, it’s not about security.]

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@expectproblems Excellent, Sir. Will I see you at my thing on Saturday,or should we make other arrangements to exchange dead trees?

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Has anyone in Sydney got a copy of Douglas Coupland’s “Microserfs” they could lend me? Time to compare and contrast…

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@D_Keating Walk-in security doesn’t count. I’ll have a pass of some sort.

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New blog post: “Visiting Microsoft HQ to talk security: what should I ask?” Any suggestions? http://bit.ly/cI9pSv

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RT @barrysaunders: Remember the standard ratio for Facebook events: 30 confirmed attendees translates to 15-20 actual attendees. [Liars!]

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Numbers for Saturday’s birthday party now 30+. This’ll be interesting. Details http://bit.ly/bDEmmn Facebook event http://bit.ly/bu8LTb

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RT @safzoro: Misread that as “Beaver seen from space”. Thought it was another Lindsay Lohan disaster.

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In further Beaver Win news, “Beaver dam seen from space”! http://bit.ly/b34JGC HT @macleanbrendan

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RT @Nickhodge: My new name for Foursquare = Swarming Badgers. About as useful as each other, really.

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How men and women describe colours. Apparently “penis” is a colour. http://bit.ly/cKX07Z Ping @kcarruthers

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Shall we open a book on how many talkback hosts call for a burka ban after this robbery? http://bit.ly/9qgQEw

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Thu plan: Deskwork; lunch at Coast, Cockle Bay Wharf (ta, Verizon); read and analyse NBN implementation report; 1800 be nice to a student.

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A Brazilian archbishop reckons it’s all our fault that priests are paedophiles. http://bit.ly/blAn84

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@gabewong As for lunch today, a nice Earl Grey would do the job. There’s no need to wuss out into that herbal shite.

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People DO get worked up over their caffeine addictions. The first step is admitting there’s a problem… ;)

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RT @rod_benson: If Adam and Eve had perfected the art of roasting coffee beans in the Garden, that apple would have appeared less appealing.

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@rod_benson Hang on, aren’t you IN the incomprehensible mystery business? Surely there’s a section on caffeine?

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Dear Marketers, be careful when translating your product or service name into another language. http://bit.ly/avAqA7

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“Caffeine is a Mental Illness” http://bit.ly/cy9uwN HT @sylmobile

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I have passed the 48 hour mark with no coffee.

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I mis-spelled “sangria”. :

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You speak the truth, @thetowncrier! “Experts astounded by ‘city of gonads’ jellyfish” http://bit.ly/bzwG1C

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I like @SnarkyPlatypus’ theory better, @DDsD. Secret clouds of sangia, to intoxicate the population FTW!

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Flooding in Tennessee? 24 dead? Eek. @big_picture has, well, big pictures. http://bit.ly/cr2A3R

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@DDsD Nah they’re not talking bushdoof. They’re talking secret conspiracies to kill us all through mysterious clouds. http://bit.ly/eahT

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai découvert un complot mondial qui menace le caractère sacré de nos précieux fluides corporels. Et vous?

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Oh dear. Someone I know from ages back now has a Facebook gallery full of “chemtrail” photos, and it’s not satire. Sigh.

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Emerges, in a state of distinct blurriness.

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My private reassurances mean nothing, apparently.

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I see @renailemay has written a fine response to @BernardKeane re @CatherineDeveny http://bit.ly/aF80K0 No victim she!

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@johnhalton I admire your generosity of spirit. :)

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Hang on @SnarkyPlatypus I’m just, erm, fact-checking some of the details in this story.

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Really, oil spills or the Greek economy can’t compare to that sort of journalism.

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“He then would have been transported to a front page covered with images of naked, tumescent men busily sodomizing each other.”

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