Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 14th, 2010

@SnarkyPlatypus My understanding is that this will help your “stakeholder management”. http://bit.ly/bXU4rw

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@Colgo Eggs Benedict and coffee for $30 really does need a free blow job included, or something.

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OH: “It was good, though, because one of her sisters and her mum were both up to [garbled].” I wonder how that finished.

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@Colgo Surely you’re not making a case against the market economy? ;)

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@teknetia There’s no pattern to my CCTV coverage, just whenever there’s a news angle. I’ll see if I can find a working link for you.

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@Colgo Mosman average income at $131k is what? Twice the national median of $55k, and more? There must be “worse” examples of excess?

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Outrageous fact of the day: People who live in rich areas are rich. http://bit.ly/cdMRXV HT @Colgo

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What’s an “Oprah”?

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@Zombie_Plan Ask an accident and emergency nurse about Red Bull and heart palpitations some time. I can also offer a first-hand story.

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Corporate social media policies made simple. Are you paying attention, Stephanie? Kochie? http://bit.ly/cPvefR

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Still legal to sell Red Bull I see? Gosh.

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Laughing at people who miss the point entirely.

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Insomnia catches up with me. I think the rest of the afternoon will be relaxed. And rainy.

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Media and industry powerbrokers choose their lunch http://post.ly/xPUO

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Town Hall station; Cockle Bay Wharf. Lunch is at Coast, courtesy Salmat.

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See, I even got that wrong. I will continue to blame insomnia, the Moon and potatoes.

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Consensus: “What is the question?” asks Person. But the comma is optional. That is a consensus of one person each, so obviously Scientific.

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There should probably be a question mark somewhere in my previous tweet, but I can’t figure out where it should go.

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Does minority government mean Parliament can finally move beyond being a rubber stamp, asks @JohnBirmingham http://bit.ly/dt4EHp

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When analysing broadband, it is important to understand that physics varies according to how you voted on 21 August.

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OK, I am disappearing into writing mode. I now have two articles to write before 1215. Dear Brain, please un-fuzz. And you lot? Shoosh!

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Eileen Nearne risked her life for Nazi-occupied France http://bit.ly/cQRz4W so France could act like Nazis http://bit.ly/a8ojsB

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@Pollytics This graph of broadband speeds vs economic growth, I’d have thought, shows NO meaningful correlation? http://bit.ly/dCZgcW

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The words I am writing today form a rebuttal of various assumptions in “Top Ten Myths behind Fibre Policy” http://bit.ly/dCZgcW

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@BernardKeane I think @TurnbullMalcolm’s glitch is the insistence NBN be a “commercial” service, compared with other infrastructure.

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“NBN: the wrong policy for Australia”, says @TurnbullMalcolm. But then he would, that’s his job now. http://bit.ly/dAQsKD

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Wed plan: Writing words; client phone conference moved from yesterday; an afternoon of desk stuff ensuing therefrom; quiet evening.

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There shall be rice soup.

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Spam subject line of the day: “Glorious bed reputation”, which feels like it should be in Chinese. 光荣床的声誉。

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I am handing @jasonlangenauer a length of rope, because he has a brilliant plan.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I particularly like the idea that suspect students are sniffed by the school nurse. What could possibly go wrong?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je crois qu’il serait encore plus efficace d’utiliser cette armée des Amazones. http://youtu.be/CjY_uSSn…

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Drug War Paranoia #405: Texas school suspends student for having bloodshot eyes. http://bit.ly/bacSrM

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Le monde est gris, gris. Je veux l’attaquer avec une armée d’enfants scolarisés armés avec des peintures colorées.

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You can say that again.

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That’s not the point.

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In an attempt to beat insomnia, because I have much to do tomorrow, I will now pay less attention to you all.

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@FMome Yes, I’m afraid that despite your efforts too, I haven’t received one media release from the Libs since the election campaign began.

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Now that @TurnbullMalcolm is shadow comms minister, I wonder if the Libs will finally get around to sending me their media releases?

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Stanmore arrival, with rain http://post.ly/xRh2

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Redfern station in the rain http://post.ly/xRcH

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Even more sheep at Town Hall station http://post.ly/xRUW

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The sheep increase in number http://post.ly/xRQa

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Signage is so difficult to understand http://post.ly/xRON

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