Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 21st, 2010

By the way, is this the time to mention that I was on Channel Nine’s “Sex/Life” once?

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RT @BernardKeane: As soon as I see “tasteful” I think porn. [Well, it’s for a doco on “unique relationships and sex lives”, so…]

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Southern Star need extras for a Sydney doco shoot this week, “tastefully produced, with no nudity required.” http://bit.ly/9CotuP

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@bastardsheep Ta for the heads-up about the two different Greens Bob Brown, one saner than the other http://bit.ly/9IVU89 http://is.gd/dzVOM

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So, The Punch has something up about the Hey Hey political bullshitery, but anyone else? ABC? Crikey? Fairfax? Playing or not?

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And we are paying attention to Latham why, exactly?

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I think the most important thing is that you base your life around what’s on television.

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Forget everything I said earlier, the Attorneys-General have postponed their meeting until November. http://is.gd/dAtU0

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Laughing at Arsehats.

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Stabby, but happy with that.

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@joshgnosis Don’t wish Kylie any ill will. Instead, think of ACA and Hey Hey as her complete and utter bitches.

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I’ve just realised that the trick with @renailemay is to stop listening to anything he says after 4.30pm. [nods]

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RT @franksting: On a side note, at least the VB is surprisingly drinkable. [No, Sir, you must be having a stroke. It’s shite. Pure shite.]

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OH, from young woman with over-bleached hair: “I’m cold, but I’m hot.”

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Peanut butter and jelly sandwich “spicy Thai style” with orange marmalade WTF? http://bit.ly/bIjyIR Ping @ApostrophePong

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OH: “Don’t you have an email address? [baffled]”

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RT @Warlach: Wonders if @deptofinternets would add a SMEG Hunting Season twibbon…

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@iBleeter Hey I know that any new channel needs time to settle in. I shan’t be judgemental on Day One.

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@iBleeter ABC News 24 has great potential, but runs the risk of being endless talking heads with opinions, not facts or understanding.

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Political campaigning is suspended tomorrow as @JuliaGillard and @TonyAbbottMHR attend a soldier’s funeral?

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Some people will disappoint themselves by building up massive anticipation for ABC News 24 only to discover it’s a TV channel.

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Classy Australia First Party leaflet about “African thugs” from Riverina, so classy http://bit.ly/bH3UPN

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In NSW? You can tweet Attorney-General @jhatzistergos to request a full review of classification http://bit.ly/bH3UPN

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@jhatzistergos I’ve just faxed you, how quaint, urging you to extend the RC review to cover all classification http://bit.ly/bH3UPN

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ElectionLeaflets.org.au is live! Keep an eye on the parties’ local efforts at http://bit.ly/9FBhZ0

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New blog post: “Attorneys-General, are you really up for reform?” http://bit.ly/bH3UPN

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Oh dear she’s phoned back. This is not helping my concentration.

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Heh! It seems quite a few of you have neoighbours like the chap I was just overhearing. Poor you.

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@PointZeroOne I still have very good hearing. But that particular conversation wasn’t being conducted quietly. Not at all.

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Well that all went for some time. Now I want to know what was being said at the other end of that conversation.

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OH: “Clean your fucking thick fucking ears out and listen to what’s being said. Shut up long enough to listen to what you wanted me to say.”

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OH: “I’ve already told you where you stand, you dumb cunt. I’ve just told you in black and white. I’m tellin’ ya we’re not living together.”

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Does Amazon have a PR firm in Australia? Or just the teams of silent assassins?

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I probably shouldn’t have mentioned the babies. It’s brought out the worst in some people.

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Should politicians really be encouraging parents to give their children to people they’ve never met to kiss?

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I have taken hyphens seriously for many years.

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; King St; laksa at Happy Chef; remainder TBA.

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@joshgnosis There’s already discrepancy between online and film and TV, and the A-Gs don’t really seem to care.

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If you’d like the state Attorneys-General to review ALL classifications, you’ll need to fax them your lobbying efforts TODAY.

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@joshgnosis The Classification Board itself is under the Attorney-General’s Department and therefore not something he can deal with.

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@joshgnosis Senator Conroy announced a review of efused Classification for online content, not of the entire classification system.

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Why Apple paid attention to old-media Consumer Reports and not those noisy tech blogs http://bit.ly/daRgZi

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@GreenJ I didn’t think so either, but it always pays to check. Sometimes my judgement is quite wrong.

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@GreenJ Would it be appropriateto ask wthether there’s a public toilet at Caringbah station?

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Dr David Warren, Australian inventor of the black box flight data recorder, died on Monday http://bit.ly/cr2SGZ

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Google Images gives me moe Anjupriya females than males, so I’ll go with that, @mpesce Thanks too @fozmeadows

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Is “Anjupriya” a male or a female name? I do not wish to embarrass myself by using the wrong pronoun.

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@mtats Given my comment about dehumanising language earlier, I can’t really say “Don’t worry, random sexpots are interchangable”.

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I was explaining how it’s really, REALLY hard to find pr0ns in teh internetz @Warlach @peterjblack @expectproblems @einspruch and all.

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You’d be thinking of the 1992-1993 series “Sex”, hosted by Sophie Lee, @mtats http://imdb.to/bn0MWI

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No @mtats this was in 1996, the “Sex/Life” series hosted by Tottie Goldsmith, later Alyssa-Jane Cook http://imdb.to/ayT7Gl

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Gawd, you hardly need to “follow politics closely” to know there are elections and you need to register and that you’ve turned 18.

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I”m not saying online enrolment shouldn’t exist, @peterjblack, just that it’s not some incredible injustice that it doesn’t.

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I am seriously astounded at the sense of entitlement, that if something can’t be done online it’s such a terrible stone-age burden.

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@paul_mackay Your argument is the wrong way around. By all means choose an easier option. But it’s not a right to have that easier option.

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@ivanahsam You’re seriously suggesting that having to send in a piece of paper disenfranchises people? Really?

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@ivanahsam Hang on, you said that not being able to register online disenfranchised people! Yet there are ALREADY avenues to register.

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@ivanahsam There’s a big difference between being disenfranchised and choosing not become enfranchised through your own sloth.

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@ivanahsam No, but people know they have to register to vote. It’s incredibly simple and it works. “I want online” is self-entitled wank.

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Well, this is being a productive morning so far, eh?

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@ivanahsam This is repeating what I said earlier, but what’s stopping people enrolling to vote on time, apart from their own laziness?

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There are too many people I want to stab now.

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@ivanahsam True. “People with a computer” is SUCH a disenfranchised sector of society. How can we neglect them so?

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@crikey_news Both yesterday and today, I got the Campaign Crikey morning edition twice. Am I special?

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@kedgie Sorry, but I still don’t think visiting an AEC office every couple of years is such a heavy burden.

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Apathy stemming from choice between two similar parties @GLComputing @jasonlangenauer well, yes, choose another or create another choice.

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I think what I’m about to say may be illegal, but if anyone finds popping down to vote too tiresome, I’ll line up and use your vote instead.

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@kedgie Exactly. Self-made problem. Choose option which requires physical checking, then complain that you have to physically check.

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Yes, I’m incredibly angry at this apathy. Some places, people fight and die for the right to a vote. Here, “What? I have to stand up?”

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@Matt_Tulk Right. One chance for direct input into how the nation is governed, but “Oh noes!” Forced to move from comfy spot! You lazy cunt!

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@Matt_Tulk I am completely baffled as to why you find voting such a terrible, terrible burden. Truly baffled.

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@Matt_Tulk Sorry, “you make them give up time on there weekend”? FFS, if you don’t want your vote I’ll have it, thanks!

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@Matt_Tulk Bah! “I have to wait to vote” is laziness. And speed of results? What’s the rush? In most cases we know within hours.

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@kedgie No, that’s another “I left it to the last minute to check” bit of laziness. Self-created problem.

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Thu plan: Write for ABC; write for me; lunch and errands; 1500 meeting Leichhardt; remainder TBA, depending on inbound requests.

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@Matt_Tulk You’re just asserting that paper and pencil voting is “stupid”. What specific problem does it have that online would fix?

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Paper and pencil votes can be scrutineered by any sighted, literate human. Online, it’s high-end infosec specialists only.

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@shalailah Rubbish, it’s not city-centric. Leaving voter registration to the last minute is just more laziness, city or country.

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Why no online voting, @Matt_Tulk? Because it’s a whole lot easier to defraud when there’s no paper trail. A dangerous path!

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Also, what is the problem for which online voting registration is the solution, apart from sheer laziness?

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My views about GetUp! v AEC are summed up more politely by @peterjblack at http://bit.ly/antuIa, @paul_mackay

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Did you grab one of Albanese’s flyers, @franksting? If so, scan it and upload to ElectionLeaflets.org.au http://bit.ly/9FBhZ0

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How to break out of the “starving artist” situation, from @sivers http://bit.ly/aLAcmG

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This is a whole new side to @KRuddMP, literally http://bit.ly/a8Ddxj

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RT @Pollytics: If 70% of GetUp! ‘s members think taking the AEC to court is a good idea, 70% of GetUp!’s members have shit for brains

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je crois que vous avez déjà comprendre la nature de ces erreurs, de même que votre foie.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je voudrais discuter de certaines erreurs tactiques liées à fromage. Et vous?

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Also, Japan Culture Lab’s guide to eating sushi continues to be one of my special pleasures http://youtu.be/bDL8yu34…

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The fine people at Japan Culture Lab have re-made their video on how to apologise. This pleases me. http://youtu.be/Zg_vny5s…

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@smperris Oh! That means the Leaders Debate on Sunday is our Christmas in July Present! Lucky us!

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@PeopleMagicHR I haven’t thought about @KRuddMP’s future at all, actually, can’ help you there.

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Dalian, China: Oil pipes go boom big fire spill messy yuck clean-up pics via @big_picture http://bit.ly/aa9YZo

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Oh. Emerges. Apparently.

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OH, from well-dressed young lady: “Don’t tell me the bottle shop’s closed, cunt!”

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World’s first VGA power pole, Enmore. http://post.ly/o8Qi

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Sydney’s transport wonders http://post.ly/o8P9

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Because all if this has sfa to do with … anything. Except squid. Squid are the explanation.

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Not that I give a shit about what Hey Hey does, but if you’re plugging “we are real time news” then this is the shit game to win.

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