Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 20th, 2010

Y’know @mpbowers I might give Fairfax a break if those responsible for strategy weren’t pulling 6-figure salaries and MOAR LEUNIG is it.

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I suppose a free Leunig calendar might be appealing if I’d stuck coat hanger wire into my brain in about 1992.

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Pushing the boundaries of 21st Century media http://post.ly/1DxBo

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Low grade hip hop in Newtown Square FTL.

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OH: “You’re just racist.” “Yeah, but they’re Koreans.”

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OH: “Get on with it! I’ve pulled my pants up.”

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What do those daft hand gestures even mean, Eminem? They just make you look stupid.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; King St; gym; downhill from there. Attention limited.

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The key interview for “Patch Monday” has been recorded. It’s about the “China internet traffic hijacking” thingo.

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Sat plan, clarified: 1330 record key “Patch Monday” interview; gym with @SnarkyPlatypus; something “not too excessive”.

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@SnarkyPlatypus You actually said you don’t have to be “too excessive”. So merely excessive is OK.

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So, @jasonlangenauer, it’ll be interesting to see whether the 14th Amendment gets applied in this case, of if privacy laws are specific.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: The Supreme Court has been using the 14th amendment to grant corporate personhood since 1886: http://arseh.at/1zl

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US Supreme Court to decide if corporations have a right to personal privacy. There’s a rabbit hole! http://arseh.at/1zk

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20 years of answering machine tapes become a biopic soundtrack. http://arseh.at/1zj Ping @ApostrophePong

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MOAR PORK BALLS!

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US scientists significantly more likely to publish fake research than scientists from elsewhere. [Or be caught?] http://arseh.at/1zf

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Oh I like “terabole”, @paris_david! It has a certain homophony about it that appeals.

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@lelaissezfaire Oh, I’ve published your comment anyway. I’ll get around to replying at some point today.

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@lelaissezfaire I’d like it if you made that comment on the blog post. I’ll respond, and disagree, but we’ll both have room for clarity.

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I need a word bigger than “hyperbole” to describe this idiot wanker headline from Google. http://arseh.at/1zc

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The curious tale of Germany’s automated weather stations of WWII and “Weather Warfare”. http://arseh.at/1z9

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@vealmince Indeed, your point a bout academics making up words to exclude and obscure is touched upon in the comments.

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Bruce Schneier’s summary of the US TSA nudescanner / gropesearch backlash. http://arseh.at/tsa

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je suis convaincu qu’il devrait y avoir un tremblement de terre d’aujourd’hui. Vos pensées le prouver.

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You may be amused to know, @jasonlangenauer, that I’ve just been searching for a book by Voltaire called “Bastards”. Which proves my point.

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You are right, @SnarkyPlatypus, a good comment from @jasonlangenauer in my language piece. I replied. http://arseh.at/1z3

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@SnarkyPlatypus La machine que nous avons discuté peut être acheté pour $149.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je connais très peu de ce qui va se passer aujourd’hui. Il ya un vide. Et vous?

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@phonakins I have no idea what that even means.

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I have fixed the problem you noticed.

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Sat plan: Research for “Patch Monday” podcast and, at some point, record; gym, I assume; remainder TBA. It’s all quite vague.

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@infoholic A great little business book that influenced me early on was about making sure you get paid. You have to plan beforehand.

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RT @drearyclocks: Religious education is a bit of an oxymoron no? [Disgree. Education can be about anything.]

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RT @andrewbarnett: Here are some subtle and clever animated GIFs: http://arseh.at/1yz [Spotted before, yes, they’re very good.]

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I’m well pleased with the state of religious education in America. http://arseh.at/1yx

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RT me from last night: New blog post: “Problematising the discourse: clear communication fail” http://arseh.at/1yg

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RT me from last night: New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 24” http://arseh.at/1yp

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Here are altogether far too many animated GIFs, many of which are silly. http://arseh.at/1yw

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Australia has tough libel laws, @mtats. People are afraid to name names. I’d be happy to get the documents and name names though.

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I didn’t think it’d work either. But It was worth a try though, eh?

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So, this agency hasn’t paid an important contractor for months? I wonder who these cunts are? http://arseh.at/1yv

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@jasonlangenauer You forgot to add that the disaster is happening where whitefolk speak English and the accommodation is comfortable.

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To begin with, @johnemcintrye has found the lede of the day. http://arseh.at/1yt

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