Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 11th, 2010

I have only just read your Remembrance Day piece, @GreenJ, and I hope others will read it too. Nice work. http://arseh.at/1py

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@michaelmeloni I do not make up these things. Dairy Goat Journal it is.

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Dear Journalists, don’t say “inked a deal” or “inked an agreement”. Just say “agreed”. Or “signed a contract”. Ritual clich├ęs FTL. [Shoosh.]

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Cooks Source anti-plagiarism mob moves on to attack Dairy Goat Journal. http://arseh.at/1px

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Home. Sweaty. Sadly, not in that way.

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I am staring to prepare the Buzzword Bingo cards for KickStart 2011.

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RT @Nickhodge: I think the male perm is the next big fashion wave. [I was thinking more mustache wax on the pubes.]

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Sneaking back to my village, in a sneakytrain.

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OH: “I wish he’d stop giving me all this extra work, I’ve got Facebook to catch up on.”

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RT @readingroom_au We’re helpful people so we’re giving Fairfax free market research. Do you like auto-played videos? http://bit.ly/doaVfK

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@paulwallbank For some reason the internets are wobbly where I am right now. I’ll have to check the Ranga-hanga-on list later.

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Why are people so surprised that a nation’s political leader has staff in her office?

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Pleased with the sight ‘pon the radar of those storms up in the Blue Mountains.

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Hey @TonyAbbottMHR it isn’t the role of judges to “better reflect … our sense of anger”. That’d be a lynch mob. Are you really so daft?

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Me at Crikey: “Indonesian e-commerce held back by uncertain laws” http://arseh.at/1pj [Paywall’d, free trial]

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Thu plan, revised: Lunch momentarily; Potts Point for 1530 Kiwification; back to Enmore to wrap the day’s work; dinner with @SnarkyPlatypus.

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“Twisted Wire” podcast from @phildobbie on what’s happening with fibre in Japan. http://arseh.at/1pf

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ACMA: We’re using the internet more, “underpinning Australians’ engagement with the digital economy” http://arseh.at/1pd

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Hmmm… Pain levels increasing. Kiwification may be required.

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Does anyone ever call an ABC talkback radio show to relate a story that’s more recent than 30 years ago? Not involving UFOs, I mean.

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But I believe the High Court decision merely means that running concentration camps offshore doesn’t excuse govt’s legal obligations.

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Yes indeed, @jonoabroad, and that “the public” supported said concentration camps. Lest we bloody forget indeed.

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What astounds me is that parties now led by @JuliaGillard and @TonyAbbottMHR imagined concentration camps were ever valid.

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High Court unanimously rules Australia’s offshore refugee “processing” regime invalid. http://arseh.at/1pb

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I have no new blog post for Remembrance Day, but my two old Anzac pieces linked here may suffice. http://arseh.at/1pa

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Thu plan, late start edition: Cost a client project; 1100; lunch; add Google Site Search to a client website; remainder TBA.

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I have unfollowed @BreakingNews. A kindergarten teacher being arrested in Florida isn’t something I need to know instantly. Or ever.

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RT @DDsD What’s with people liking tea? It seems like coffee’s poor weakling cousin if you ask me. [Some prefer to dominate, others…]

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@GreenJ I think spam would be a little less offensive it it wasn’t in the imperative voice with a commanding “now!”

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