Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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January 30th, 2011

I blame the internet. And television generally.

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Do I look fat in this?

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“Parity Bit” episode 11 with @ojkelly @tomjsenior and, erm, me is now online. http://youtu.be/cDwNbYL5…

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@jameshutson No, not … Apollo will eventually be a casserole then a bicycle seat cover.

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And why the fuck is a “dog carrier” a women’s product rather than a men’s product? Who ARE these arsehats? Oh. French. Right then.

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The day I shape my life around Louis Vuitton, @ncb, is the day I put a bullet through my brain. $2100 for a dog carrier? http://arseh.at/3sc

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Anonymous arrests shine a light on some (much) bigger issues, says @BernardKeane http://arseh.at/3sb

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A dog is not a fashion accessory. A dog is not a fashion accessory. A dog is not a fashion accessory. A dog is not a fashion accessory.

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True, @GTRoberts @timehhh, iPod docks. In cars. God forbid that people operate dangerous machines without being distracted by music.

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Amused that cars are now advertised in terms of whether they have Bluetooth or not. Clearly their most important attribute.

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@awelder That Keller piece had been sitting in a tab in my browser for hours and hours, thanks for the prod.

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“The [New York] Times’ Dealing with Julian Assange”, a fascinating feature. http://arseh.at/3s8

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Solving the world’s problems, one bottle at a time.

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@acidic People want to have sex with Braco? Gosh. It’s a funny old world…

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Tell that to a snake. Or a fish. Or even a lizard.

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Careful, Braco! No Gazing in any DVDs or online can be longer than 7 seconds. http://arseh.at/3s7

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@awelder Indeed, leaks are nothing new. That begs the question, “What is it that’s actually unique about WikiLeaks?”

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@deanlk @Asher_Wolf I’m not so convinced Assange would want to be away from the spotlight, just less criticism.

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You read right, yes.

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Norwegian paper scoops Assange. Can he cope when WikiLeaks isn’t the only player?
http://is.gd/1Xlf7J @Asher_Wolf Ping @mpesce

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My insomnia is catching up with me now.

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@awelder Strandbags has some serious markdowns, but yes I’ll definitely shop around online tonight. Though time is short…

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Or, @TheMeanSplendor, an electric wok is just an electric frypan that’s curled up to die.

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There is no such thing as an electric wok, no matter what that packaging alleges.

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K-mart has luggage too. It’s shit. Handle straps aren’t even stitched straight, plastic fittings are already cracked. Photos later.

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And K-mart is open to 8pm today, despite the signage on the shopping centre door and website. Hopeless, AMP, hopeless.

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Aldi is open, but has no luggage. Strandbags is closed, but I see plenty of appropriate luggage on sale. I shall visit tomorrow.

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@Chrisquirk Indeed. But I shall risk it, and if I am let down I shall commiserate with a drink at the pub on the way back.

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Aldi’s website says the store itself is open until 6pm. I seem to recall the supermarkets stayed open later. I shall risk the walk.

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WTF? Marrickville Metro closes at 4pm on Sundays? When is this? 1980?

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@einspruch I’m glad you enjoyed “The 9pm Edict”. The challenge is time, or perhaps getting money to cover the time.

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@einspruch “The 9pm Edict” podcast will return in 2011. I am plotting shortly, in fact.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 34” http://arseh.at/3s4 Includes photo of Julian Assange paste-up.

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@janek85 I think you’ve convinced my on dropping the hardcase idea. Now, to decide where to go shopping… or shall I do it tomorrow?

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Price does indeed matter, @R_Chirgwin, and there’s an Aldi a reasonable walking distance away. Important given today’s heat.

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Ta for the tips re Victoria’s Basement and the Peter of Kensington warehouse, @sharpcontrast.

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Why hardcase, @janek85? The carry-on sized one will contain some fragile equipment. Then again, most of that’ll be in my backpack. Hmmm…

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Now where can I buy an inexpensive hard-shell suitcase in Sydney today? I’m thinking Paddy’s Markets would be the go?

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And the Parity Bit recording is done. The video should be online some time in the middle of the night. I’ll link when it’s done.

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Parity Bit, since you asked, live on the internet at http://arseh.at/3s1 and yes, today I will be a grumpy old man.

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Looking at what I need to look at before the Parity Bit recording. I think I am going to hate everything today.

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Pho, I’d say.

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@tomjsenior Well if it’s pants optional that completely changes the preparation I had in mind. Completely.

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Sun plan: Reading; 1300 Parity Bit recording http://arseh.at/3s1 (pants required); buy a suitcase; remainder TBA, but probably slothful.

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Apparently Apollo must go out through the back door but come in through the front door. And then head-butt me.

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So, that’s some project management done and a security incident documented and reported. What a lovely start to a Sunday!

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Sunday, eh? Curious.

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