Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 9th, 2010

A “lecture about social media conduct for pro journalists”, @theburgerman? Isn’t that just “Don’t be such a fucking tool, Miranda!”?

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No, no, it’s OK. I wasn’t really hungry anyway.

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Ah, both hands needed now, clenching tiggt, as the tongue hockey kicks off.

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It’s an ample arse, though.

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Clearly she’s your girlfriend, but do you think you can manage a 15-minute bus trip without fondling her arse? You’re in your late 30s FFS.

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This bus is better, in the sense that it is going in an approved direction. I approved it personally.

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Quite cleverly, I have boarded the wrong Metrobus. Genius.

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@easynowtiger @kathoc @firstdogonmoon I’ve realised that trying to analyse @mirandadevine with logic and stuff is an exercise in futility.

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RT @firstdogonmoon: Surely a senior Journalist should know that the gays put gerbils in each others bottoms rather than sexing the gerbils

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Exactly @SnarkyPlatypus de Rais is the perfect character for a musical, eh? A serial killer who sodomised decapitated children. Classy.

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Hmmm… There’s a disturbing confluence of themes in those recent tweets. Perhaps I’d rather not think about that.

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@gabfran I think “weird Scottish sado-masochistic birthday tradition” has redundant words in it, to tell the truth.

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@jasonlangenauer Probably no more disturbing than the sex scenes in an historical fiction based on Gilles de Rais. http://bit.ly/bhIHVI

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, “Atomised” seems a suitably French dystopia with sex scenes. Goes well with my current avatar, I suppose.

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I’m not sure that I want to Google “nips & dum@gabfranfran it sounds like a 2 girls 1 cup thing, but with biting.

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Book 2 bought: Hunter S Thompson “The Gonzo Papers Anthology” http://bit.ly/bTavZ3

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Book 1 bought: Michel Houellebecq’s “Atomised”. http://bit.ly/9WJokc Ping @Darcy1968

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“Discreet back entrance auailable.” Nah, not today.

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Two Japanese girls, tourists, photograph their Aussie meat pie. Nearby a young metal fan tells his mate, “Yeah I’d fuck her arse, for sure.”

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Thanks for the suggestions for cheaper books, but I probably have to spend the gift voucher in the store that issued it.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; unsure of the route from there, but eventually to York St bookshops in the Sydney CBD.

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Further thanks to @DrMobs @theburgerman @DaniBevins @pixel8ted @pressdarling and… have I missed anyone? Probably. Thank you too, then.

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$70 = 2 x paperbacks or so. I’m thinking 1 fiction, 1 non-fiction. Inasmuch as I am thinking at all.

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More of @ApostrophePong’s currawong photos: a fledgling learns how to feed http://bit.ly/cqtCPP

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I recall you recommending Michel Houellebecq’s “Atomised” & “Platfor@Darcy19681968 I will ponder. I was thinking Hunter S Thompson too.

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Sun plan: A gentle walk to the city to spend a book voucher, which I was given last year, with stops along the way for refreshments.

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@cate_carroll If it’s too early for mojitos [is that even possible?] then one should start with Bloody Marys.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Plus tôt, mon nez rouge semble être solidement plantés le vagin d’un chat. Ou si elle le souhaitait.

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@theburgerman Oh, you didn’t see my endless pimpage of yesterday’s birthday drinks? Yes, today is my birthday.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis très heureux de profiter des joies de Noël avec tous les autres enfants spéciaux. Et vous?

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Oh, the celebration has already been done, @cate_carroll http://bit.ly/9sfWqS Thank you.

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Again thank you @_Soliloquy_ @mrsnickhodge @jodiem @jjprojects @RuthEllison @Alegrya and everyone else who won’t fit into this tweet.

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On a related note, Monty Python’s “Woody and Tinny Words” http://bit.ly/W7bGx

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“Ass vs Arse”, from Crikey’s linguistics blog “Fully (sic)” http://bit.ly/aOWWiv

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New blog post: “Images of celebration and degeneration” http://bit.ly/9sfWqS

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Mon plan (slowly); Administrivia; 1130 recording in Surry Hills; edit “Patch Monday” podcast; client cost modelling; gym & dinner etc.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I believe the state of your wallet accurately reflects the weekend’s unfolding events.

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True @NewtonMark @trib the 4-degrees is presumably within the Twitterverse, not representative of the planet. Still…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je n’ai pas encore de déterminer exactement comment les victimes deviennent les victimes.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Il semble aujourd’hui à peu sera mouvementée. Je vais chercher les victimes appropriées. Et vous?

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“First quantitative study on the entire Twittersphere and information diffusion”, it is. Analysed all 106M tweets for July 2009.

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Korean research Naughton cites: “What is Twitter, a Social Network or a News Media?” http://bit.ly/bxBBSz

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John Naughton on why Twitter isn’t 6 degrees of separation, but only 4, and the implications. http://bit.ly/bc6SmE

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Learning some excellent lessons from the good Dr Thompson, like macing helpless drunks in the restroom, for their own good.

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RT @wolfcat: Updated Liberal Ad about boat people http://twitpic.com/1mcq24

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