Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 17th, 2010

Criminals pretend to be head of Interpol on Facebook, get operational SEKRITS. http://arseh.at/3h

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Malgré ennui mineur avec Les Hégémonies Américain et Féline, aujourd’hui sera une bonne journée. Et vous?

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I’m going now, and you’ll just have to cope. Monkeys or not.

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OK, so I don’t even know what that means.

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What’s wrong with you Americans? Can’t you masturbate AND vote?

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I did not set up arseh.at @DamianM @zackster but @thepatus did, so direct queries to him. I am but a parasite upon his greatness.

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I can’t help the oxymorons, it’s what they say on television.

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“Abbott pushes Labor to name preferred Speaker”? http://arseh.at/36 Tony, you’re not PM and there’s a week to go. Pull your head in.

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LP thoughtfully links to Christine O’Donnell’s anti-masturbation politics video. God bless America. http://arseh.at/35

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RT @GrogsGamut: And David’s not going to like all that hand held camera stuff [True. And there are no songs.]

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Congratulations to Department of Defence for releasing 5 min of footage that’s impressionistic but contains no hard facts whatsoever.

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Defence releases soldier-cam footage of Battle of Derapet, where Lance Corporal Jared MacKinney was killed. http://arseh.at/32

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Seriously, what would you do with an oboe that couldn’t be done better and cheaper with a shawm?

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Ah, good. She comes in on the same question and picks “A: Oboe.” Yes, Channel Nine really is The One.

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“Traditionally, which of these instruments has strings? A. Oboe. B. Bassoon. C. Piano. 4. Didgeridoo.” He passes. Channel Nine is glorious!

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@Pollytics I had Fibre To The Node’rs but it kept getting caught in the zipper.

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@evenhanded Where do you keep looking, sorry? Following me is slightly dangerous, apparently. Bon chance, Monsieur.

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Goodness, I’ve achieved all my work targets for the day! Let me just sit and think about that for a moment.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; lunch and local errands; somewhere to wrap up the afternoon.

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@jdub I don’t know what you’re referring to there, Sir. Maybe it’s Friday Fatigue, but I’m not making any connections.

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TweetDeck does indeed support the arseh.at URL shortener, @einspruch. Instructions at http://arseh.at/2n

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The Young Liberals Explained. http://arseh.at/2m

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RT @deptofinternets: If only there was a product and/or service that increases my Social Media Potency. [This http://arseh.at/2l …?]

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Given that most large corporations behave like paranoid schizophrenics, it’s a wonder anything works at all.

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Gosh, I’m getting questions about what that Norton report includes. The answers to all of them are in the report.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je pense que tout sera beaucoup mieux dès que les chats ont des armes nucléaires.

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My apologies to AAP. That was Arsehat AFP using the crap Norton report, not you. http://arseh.at/3h I’m sure you’ll get your turn though.

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@deptofinternets Thank you. Yes, you are extremely helpful in fact. [pats]

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The glossy but criminally misleading 2011 Norton Cybercrime Report is at http://arseh.at/3j [See what I did there?]

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@Wyld Calling all malware “cybercrime” is like calling all irritating behaviour abuse and criminal assault to bolster THE PHEAR.

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“9% of Internet users feel ‘very safe’ online. 91% feel like cyber sitting ducks.” Only two options? http://arseh.at/3i

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Its definition for “cybercrime” included ALL malware, any unwanted flirting as “sexual predator”. Also, didn’t say over what period.

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I hadn’t mentioned the 2011 Norton Cybercrime Report before ‘cos the stats were ludicrous, but I may debunk it after all.

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The AAP story repeats that ludicrous statistic, “two thirds of all adult web users globally have fallen victim to some sort of cybercrime”.

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