Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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July 27th, 2010

New wiki collects info on pre-paid SIM mobile data plans for international travellers http://bit.ly/alc5Fe

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I simply can’t decide what to have for dinner so I shall wander through the streets looking for inspiration. Standing up and moving forward.

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Still pondering dinner options.

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@penbo I agree. Because everything on Foxtel is completely tasteful. I base my life on “Pimp My Ride”, for example.

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@gabewong Half a bottle of Shiraz? What’s wrong with the other half?

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@penbo WTF is a “snow egg”? Some sort of cocaine-filled butt plug? Where do people even get these ideas?

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Pondering dinner options.

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It’s 4.30pm, isn’t it.

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Apollo: “Victory is mine!” http://post.ly/oxW0

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@GeordieGuy Oh, Woolworths can overrule choice of super in an AWA, and have. See Part 10 (p89) http://bit.ly/anLOE8 HT @bryceroney

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@jasonlangenauer I too felt a certain affinity for Genghis and his challenge. http://bit.ly/ddlW3r

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Ah, some people give such good quote!

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Home and rapidly preparing for a 1515 interview recording which I’d mistakenly put into tomorrow’s schedule.

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@GeordieGuy Seems like your cousin’s local Woolies store hasn’t head of the superannuation choice laws.

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Discovering that my memory of today’s schedule does not match reality.

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About to be loose at Circular Quay…

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@mediahunter Sadly for your plan, the semicolon in #;^ ends the hashtag at that point. Alphanumeric and _ and - only, IIRC.

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RT @mediahunter: Here’s my new @JuliaGillard symbol ;^. Do you think it’ll catch on? [Hope so…]

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RT @nick_mcintosh: Does the word make u all tingly? [Yes. And so does herpes.]

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Richard Branson is launching a Virgin Money thing at Circular Quay. I won’t take a photo, it’ll only encourage him.

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Circular Quay from the station http://post.ly/ovbh

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@GeordieGuy Is there a disconnect? For all we know Senator Wong might think gay marriage isn’t an important issue.

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@benraue “She’s vulnerable because she’s a lesbian, so a fair target” isn’t a position I’d like to be associated with. Just personally.

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@GeordieGuy Is there evidence one way or the other about how hard Senator Wong has pushed “gay issues”? And should she be so single-issue?

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Wasn’t The Visible Lesbian one of those transparent plastic anatomical model kits?

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@GeordieGuy So what’s more likely to get policy changed? The one openly- gay minister resigning? Or her staying to fight another day?

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@GeordieGuy Nothing wrong with passion, but I’m not impressed when stupidity means it’s directed at the wrong targets, to no useful end.

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OH, unshaven man to 18mo baby in pushed / stroller: “Fucking well sit still you little shit while I fucking well strap you in!”

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Standing up and moving forward: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Circular Quay station; Hyatt The Rocks; Next@Norton briefing / lunch.

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@thewetmale Well the pitchfork-wielding faggots don’t want to think that through, they just want the visible lesbian to wave her fairy wand.

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@jason_a_w @benraue Yes, there’s a bit of the “She’s gay so we’ll hit her, personally, with anything that has ‘gay’ in it”.

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@GeordieGuy A “minor” difference there. Senator Lundy is not a cabinet minister. Either way, that doesn’t answer re last night.

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@joshgnosis Your coverage had better be superb or I’ll blame you, personally, for my ignorance.

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Google Election Forum, @joshgnosis? First I’ve heard of it. Then again, I don’t do anything related to politics or the internet…

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Wed plan: Sketch changes to client’s website home page; 1200 Pacnet briefing, Coast Restaurant; remainder TBA, but probably writing, or not.

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@R_Chirgwin @bigjsl I’m thinking about this in the context of NBN = expensive white elephant arguments, as heard by marginal swingers.

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@bigjsl But have the benefits of the internet as it is been adequately explained? Can they be? Or is it all too subtle? I wonder…

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@SnarkyPlatypus L’oiseau qui ne peut pas voler a un horaire incommode. Je vais devenir une limace, ou d’avoir recours aux médicaments.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je ne suis pas impressionné par ma colonne vertébrale. Vertèbre sont pour les perdants. Et vous?

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“Whatever happened to the massive economic benefits of the internet?” http://bit.ly/bAxPqB

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Emerges, painfully.

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Yes, there are venues that advertise themselves as “Bundy Havens”. I always think of a white-fur-lined purple Holden panel van.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well, as I said to you in person the other day, the term “Bundy Haven” needs to be explored properly.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Are you suggesting some sort of BOYS GONE WILD weekend in Queensland?

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The problem with my NBN op-ed at http://bit.ly/cGZvkf @kcarruthers is that the ABC “corrected” my “et voila” to “et viola”. Sigh.

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“Gearing up for a real action weekend”, @DeanTeasdale? http://bit.ly/c1Jv9o And you follow a gay man in Sydney? I know what that means…

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@aDB Um, no, I didn’t ring for a minion just yet, but as soon as one is needed I’ll be in touch. ;)

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Well @helenperris @JoshuaWithers I’m not saying my choices are appropriate for anyone else, just that I made my choices.

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St Pancras Baths, Camden, London: 110 years old, re-opened after glorious refurbishment http://flic.kr/p/8c5cbi

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@helenperris But not “always”, no. I grew up on a farm or in fringe suburbia. I chose not to become car-dependent.

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@helenperris Well, we choose where we live. Naturally I choose to live somewhere that suits my needs.

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@thornae Heh! Yes, sharing out the Wi-Fi would have been my personal strategy, but someone else was paying so not my problem.

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Terrafugia flying car gets US FAA design approval, cleared to enter production http://bit.ly/aAQBNT

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I should also mention that I do not hold, nor have ever held, a driver’s license. Operating machinery is for minions.

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Taking inspiration from @Warlach’s Twitter Choose Your Own Adventure Day: “Should I have another glass of wine before going home?”

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@Colvinius Indeed, Sir, though maybe Symantec or their PR agency got it cheaper thanks to a package deal. Still, I reckon it’s a scam.

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Speaking of which, I just saw that Park Hyatt Sydney charges Wi-Fi in its meeting rooms at $40 per computer per day. Disgusting.

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