Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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August 28th, 2010

And now, Mr Cassidy, you laugh at Mr Windsor for suggesting this’ll all fade over time? You patronising cunt!

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Mr Cassidy, why keep asking these guys which “side” they support? They’ve said many times they don’t intend to rush.

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Mr Cassidy, what units do you use to measure “determinedness to be PM”? How does it affect their skill at governance? What wank!

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@vealmince Still use preferences to decide the local MP, but each local MP is then weighted by their ability to reflect the locale.

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The Future is ALWAYS uncharted territory, Mr Rabbit. That’s why it’s The Future. Why we have to think ahead, not rebleat slogans.

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Dear Mr Cassidy, please just ask Mr Rabbit if he’s planning to say anything new in this interview, and if not just go to music.

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@bernietb Government doesn’t make legislation, Parliament does. Government continues under existing legislation if no Parliament.

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So, The Ranga gets 64 votes on each division, Mr Rabbit 59 and Bob Katter 47.

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New parliament idea: MPs gets votes in proportion to their own primary vote in their electorate.

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Mind you, I’m also stabby with ABC for a sneering “bush MPs” line Friday, as if non-urban MPs are somehow less-elected members.

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Thinking that journos who say we have “no government” are wilfully misleading the public and acting unethically, eh MEAA?

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Stabby about Canberra media pushing “it’s all chaos”. It’s only chaos for you lot and your pollie bedmates. Rest of Australia continues OK.

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Oh FFS @LaurieOakes Australia does not have “no government” just no parliament. Ranga is PM until there’s a change, remember?

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Partying the Shire and Beyond, apparently http://post.ly/uExZ

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Shaving your head does not make you fashionable, it makes you bald.

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That man was coveting my duck. There’s a Commandment against that!

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Central Europeans are dangerous. That is all.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; fat off; fat back on again. And this is the Cosmic Balance maintained. There shall be a duck.

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RT @markjohnsonaus: Re Katter egging The Beatles. Bob, who do you think the song “Fool On The Hill” was written about?

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Bob Katter: I am the Egg Man. Yes, he attacked The Beatles. http://bit.ly/c2PASx HT @rosieryan

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“XML is like violence - if it doesn’t solve your problems, you are not using enough of it.” http://bit.ly/aH0mVk

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RT @sylmobile: If I had a son, I’d send him to school dressed as Bob Katter.

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And apparently you need to be doing a Masters before you can be a terrorist for recreation. http://bit.ly/br7DFj HT various.

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Well @JustinLee76 here is Quicksort, with MOAR COWBELL! http://youtu.be/WoZ6NuQZ…

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@NewtonMark It was a Catholic school. What would’ve happened if they’d dressed as the Virgin Mary?

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YouTube insists I watch this, and so should you. “Could Jesus walk on custard?” http://youtu.be/w4K8r9OU…

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@iBleeter I only know Wilkie from TV. He’s repeating “stable, competent and ethical government”, seems calmly rational. We shall see.

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What different sorting algorithms sound like. Extravagantly geeky. http://youtu.be/t8g-iYGH…

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@RWKrajewski Oh yes, I have been living in Sydney for, oh, 15 years now.

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@rbbrown No no, I’d like a Merimbula band! They’d presumably play Cold Chisel covers on steel drums.

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What’s wrong with kids dressing as Hitler? It’s not like they dressed as Bulldogs players and handed out roofies. http://bbc.in/auaLei

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@rbbrown A “Merimbula band”? They play at the Magic Mountain, I assume?

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Also, p[;lytttttttgtgggg, apparently. Thank you, Artemis.

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Thank you @johnemcintyre for using “impotentate” in a sentence. Good paragraphs on newsworthiness. http://bit.ly/bOdj1x

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Sat plan: Review some documents over a cup of tea or two; eventually gym with @SnarkyPlatypus and something involving a pig, or a duck.

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@nanopunk It is UTS Open Day today. Wide-eyed and gullible Year 12 students aplenty!

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@SnarkyPlatypus C’est le jour d’une caille dans un pigeon dans un poulet dans un canard dans un agneau dans un cochon dans une vache. PLV!

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“Sorry, we’re too busy with hand-waving speculation to have bothered researching likely winning candidates. That’d be work.”

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And now a political journbo says she doesn’t know much about the incoming Greens. Well what is your JOB, woman?

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Cassidy starts discussing Sen Fielding, then expresses amazement the story got a run. What did YOU just do there, Barrie?

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Gawd, two blokes laughing about what they saw in the papers. You probably couldn’t get this segment up on community radio.

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Oh here we go. Another journo whinging about how someone else has lowered the standard of political debate. Hand her a mirror!

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Barrie Cassidy tells people to “hold off until the deals are done”. Practice what you preach, Sir!

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“The boys from the bush”, eh? More patronising from Barrie Cassidy. Is Gillard “the girl from the suburbs”? Ahem, ABC!

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I’m not saying Katter is right, that we necessarily are in new paradigm, but that’s the simple message he’s delivering.

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The new paradigm? Easy. End of 2-party assumption, loose-coalition parliaments become the norm.

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Mr Cassidy, “nobody understands what it means” is not the same as YOU don’t understand what it means. It’s all quite clear to me!

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