Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 5th, 2010

Smiling at Google Translate’s effort on “Foursquare est une œuvre de conneries”. It is a suitable idiom.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Foursquare est une œuvre de conneries. Je vais envoyer des informations privées.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. J’ai découvert un lieu secret, de grès et un griffon. Et vous?

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If your spectacles have “Porsche” written on them, you are a better class of person.

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In an unprecedented display of originality, the bookshops have Fathers Day specials. Military history. Sport. Boomer rock star biogs.

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“meh.” says his t-shirt. And his face. And his body language. And his sneakers. And his very existence. He imagines he’s Making a Statement.

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Four scraggle-bearded hoodie-clads sit in Newtown Square, trying not to look like they’re waiting for their dealer, failing.

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He is alone. Ditto.

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45yo urban queen sits at the bus stop, pert-upright, legs crossed, browsing a fashion mag, pouting. Just as he has for the last two decades.

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A dog that cannot pause and sniff is a victim of cruelty.

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Their fashion-dog tries to enjoy his weekly outdoor walk by sniffing around, but they stride on, leash taut and oblivious. He endures again.

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Slightly more creative Anarchy http://post.ly/vgTL

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He can afford $100 sandshoes, but no socks. A brand-name pseudo-baseball cap hide the fact that he’s going bald at 30.

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Instead of army shorts, $15 from a disposal store, he wears brand-name pseudo-army shorts at $120. They shall wear out before summer ends.

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They stand too closely, clutching their Sunday newspapers like a newborn baby as they order an overly-specific coffee.

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A selling point: “Narrated by Russell Crowe.”

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I griped about this arsehat Samsung media release on the weekend, but I’ll gripe again. Comment 3. http://bit.ly/bNY5RZ

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@aplund Yes, Parliament is mostly decided. My wording was careless. I’m just stroppy with people saying we don’t have a government.

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed!

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Studio mode. Quiet please.

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@iBleeter Ah well, yes, that’s different. This could still go awry if any of the players decide to go off-piste.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: So has the Imperial reopened yet? [Just waiting on the word from Bob Katter, I assume…]

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@iBleeter What’s “Kerr, Whitlam and Fraser” got to do with the current situation? Still, no shots fired then either.

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@thetowncrier Didn’t they teach you young’uns any post-apocalyptic literature, about what happens when there’s REALLY no government?

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@thetowncrier Bah too. It ain’t tomatoes tomatoes. Nation’s chain of command is intact, all unfolds orderly according to Constitution.

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If The Media had a face, I would be stabbing it repeatedly.

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Dear Media, yes, there’s still a decision to be made about parliament. Meanwhile you’re welcome to report THE WHOLE REST OF THE UNIVERSE.

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@thetowncrier Please don’t perpetuate this “we don’t have a government” meme. We have one. We’ve just not decided the NEXT PARLIAMENT.

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Mon plan: Finish “Patch Monday” podcast (shortly); endure day with cold as I map out September; quiet evening. Plan subject to change.

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“Huge-ass Pole with Daily Medication”, says the spam subject. What’s this about an obese central-European pharmacist?

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I gather from comments that the Australia’s intended readership today numbers three?

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@jeffjarvis @zephoria Here’s just one little rant against Strunk & White. http://bit.ly/bEBQiZ

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@jeffjarvis @zephoria There’s folk, including the guys at Language Log and also me, who consider Strunk & White dangerous.

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Ah. Cold. Bother.

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Conquering Sydney Buses.

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Channel Nine is the Ultimate Reality.

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If someone creates a service which is “cool”, you need not inquire who they are. You can always trust them with your personal information.

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