Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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December 3rd, 2010

Vap. [That’s a new slang word.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes. We have a desperate shortage of Vietnamese food and culture in this village. Also, Greek.

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“It’s not a fucking wine tasting. We’re meant to be getting shitfaced and complaining about the futility of existence.”

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Oh of course the prosecution barrister is the judge’s ex-wife. Who else?

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Pho Sure has rebranded as Ocean Vietnamese Restaurant.

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Barking at strangers.

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The fact that it’s a “live update” doesn’t mean it’s true, meaningful, relevant or even interesting.

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I saw who you thought was attractive earlier this week.

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@Sparkly_Tiara No, you’re not meant to drink the Yellowglen, it’s more a douche thing.

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OH: “Give me the Yellowglen now, that’ll cleanse me!”

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@kimkevin Are you calling me a liar? I’m afraid I’ll have to ask you to step outside!

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Thank you, A Current Affair, for your cutting edge reportage: Wines under $15! Love the subtle logo work too.

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At Redfern station, the screens indicate that the next train goes to “Dell. CPU fan not detected.”

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Annoyed that so few media outlets seem to be able to accurately explain what is happening with WikiLeaks’ infrastructure.

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RT @ApostrophePong: We need a hovercraft from our local IGA, apparently. [Yes. This one. http://arseh.at/2fo Obvious, right?]

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“There were 12 UFOs around the World Trade Centre on 9/11. 100,000 people saw them, but they were all told it was a military exercise.”

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The man at the next table is explaining how there’s a Death Star-like space station inside the Moon to keep an eye on human evolution.

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Pondering going somewhere to watch the incoming rains. http://arseh.at/1ld

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Anonymous folks what DDoS’d parliament house in February are being prosecuted. http://arseh.at/2fm

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On a similar note, “Missing the point of WikiLeaks” from The Economist. http://arseh.at/2db HT @jayrosen_nyu

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“Missing the point on WikiLeaks” by@BernardKeane is worth a read, I say. He’s also quite handsome. http://arseh.at/crikey [Who did the URL?]

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Which aresehat journalist asked the Prime Minister about erecting a statue to the Bee Gees? Names need to be shamed.

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Ears pricking up.

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Japan, Korea, Singapore see Australia’s “fibre versus wireless” debate as “a bit peculiar”. http://arseh.at/2fl

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@SnarkyPlatypus There’s places in Potts Point that are quiet in the afternoons. I shall not reveal their locations publicly.

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@veritychambers I’m a big supporter of the fruitbats. They used to take turns eating dates from a palm outside my bedroom window.

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Carrying on, quietly, in Potts Point, for a while.

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So Germans really do do it differently.

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Do fruitbats even have buttocks, @jonoabroad?

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I know there’s altogether too many fruitbats in the Botanic Gardens, but I still think they’re beautiful. Skanky backpackers, not so much.

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Walking thru the CBD to Circular Quay.

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@purserj I haven’t looked at Boxer myself, or any of the TV things. Not much interest in TV personally.

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My doctor has bought himself an @iiNet FetchTV and is grinning like a schoolgirl at the prospect of plugging it in.

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The mediocre jazz playing in the doctor’s waiting room is inducing stabbiness. Fortunately, the beguiling antlers counteract its effect.

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Oh, so THIS is how gay marriage works! Cool. http://arseh.at/2ew

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Ah well, @crumpet, that’s probably because they have their own polarising filters to prevent glare making them unreadable.

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RT @crumpet: Oddly, the train announcement screens in the Flinders St station concourse appear blank to me when wearing polarised glasses.

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Sometimes I wonder why CityRail bothers putting signs at stations, since people are clearly too stupid to read them.

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; Town Hall station; walk thru Hyde Park; Darlinghurst for doctor.

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Hey web devs? Know github and JSON? Wanna help Guy Rundle set up WikiLeaks Diary Dig? http://arseh.at/2em Ping me and I’ll put you in touch.

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@R_Chirgwin Our local butcherbirds are quite relaxed. Can they be aggressive? It is Sydney’s inner west, though. Maybe they’re just stoned.

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@CADbloke Nah the cats seem more interested in the currawongs as targets. Possibly because they come down really close and buzz them.

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I do like it when our local butcherbird decides to spend the morning right outside my office window.

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Azure sky, chalk clouds / butcherbird greets sun with joy / but rain returns soon.

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@SnarkyPlatypus If anybody asks me to start getting into the spirit of Christmas I’ll tell them I will. When it’s fucking well Christmas.

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So @mpesce links all three of @theashes into a vast cultural morphthingy. Bonus. http://arseh.at/2ed

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Fri plan: Desk, plan SFO, invoicing; 1245 doctor Darlinghurst; lunch; 1400 meeting Circular Quay; 1600 chiropractor Potts Point; TGIF.

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Classification of men at the University of Miami. Or, perhaps, anywhere. http://arseh.at/2ec

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je crains que les enfants n’ont pas de jouets pour jouer avec. Et vous?

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