Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 21st, 2010

@SnarkyPlatypus Rien ne change. Rien ne change jamais.

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Huh? TEDxSydney’s website overloaded? This the first TEDx ever, eh? And they don’t want people liveblogging? TEH FUTURE IS HERE!

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je suis en bonne santé mais un peu percutantes. Je pense que le monde peut avoir besoin un édit cet après-midi.

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@jamezpolley Yes, I suppose I ought to check the Seattle weather for next week. Mind you, I love the rain so perhaps I’ll be happy.

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I’m in Seattle Tue-Fri next week, @maverickwoman. I’m visiting Microsoft to talk security. http://bit.ly/cI9pSv

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Sat plan: Catch up on reading & writing; organise “Patch Monday” podcast; sort out email flows for Seattle trip; gym & dinner.

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@DivineMissWhite As soon as you frame life in terms of “social media influencers” you’re already drowning in Kool-Aid IMO.

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Good. The Qantas Airbus A380-800 does indeed have AC and USB power in nearly every seat. This makes life easier.

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Almost emerges.

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He is Indian, balding, in his 30s. He trudges slowly up the stairs into the brothel. He’s drunk way too much. She’ll have an easy job.

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Four inch heels, fat arse, tight black dress an inch below her fanny, platinum bleach and a cheap fake tan. She smokes a fag, awkwardly.

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I suppose it’s normal to want to kill people on the train. But I want to kill these two awful English women more than usual.

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RT @steven_noble: Yeah, [go to Ken’s], but it’ll take you six hours to get there on Sydney’s public transport ;-)

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@jonaholmesMW I so pity you trying to lock down a script tonight when the biggest media story this week is still unfolding. MOAR VODKA?

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Maybe I should go to Ken’s in support of David Campbell.

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@PierreLeMonde I know nothing of a Greens Tony Hickey thing, sorry. Maybe I shall search tomorrow. Maybe not.

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@peterjblack Yes, good to catch up! You should come to Sydney more often, you know.

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I should not confuse the staff by speaking in Thai, even though their t-shirts say they are meant to be Thai.

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@PierreLeMonde I don’t know of anywhere showing live [bloody time zones!] but we’ll do the delayed TV on Sunday night.

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@cvmromer My gripe? With the service, nothing. But I’m not following, so repeated @replies feel like spam.

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“Campbell made the right call”, says mX. Well that’s OK then.

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Swedish backpackers and a Kombi van. Some things never change.

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@viveka I like your questions, rhetorical or not. May I pat your head?

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@Matt_Tulk Apart from anything else, my gripe with the sniffies is their appalling false positive rate. The Ombudsman has also been worried.

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If Thaksin is a convicted fraudster on the run, with a warrant for his arrest, why is he still travelling freely via France?

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Once again, lotsa police and a sniffy sniffy dog at Newtown station. Your tax dollars at work.

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@jmacmullin I’m in the US all next week but in Seattle with Microsoft the whole time. That’s fair, they’re paying.

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One of my editors just asked me, “Big night at Ken’s ahead?” I’d whinge, except they just accepted a random story pitch.

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@franksting Dick-swinging is a normal Australian journalistic phrase, used in politics and business, yes.

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@gabewong Yeah it HAS been a rather gay-news-filled week, with most of it being stupid stories. Sigh.

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Me in Crikey: “Thodey’s vision for a hand-held broadband video future” http://bit.ly/am6BoX No gay sauna references whatsoever.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; local errands; remainder TBA.

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RT @iBleeter: Does Aussie Customs have some special secret handheld steganography breaker? [Um, they have a dog. I know they have a dog.]

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Here’s @GreenJ on David Campbell: Public amusement not equal to public interest http://bit.ly/aEj7Nu Well said, Sir.

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RT @Warlach: Australian customs officials are gonna search your laptops for porn http://bit.ly/aSPsDL [Tell ‘em to buy their own!]

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