Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 26th, 2011

@p_perez Mind you it’s probably on ABC News 24 too, but I haven’t checked.

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@p_perez You can watch the ABC coverage at abc.net.au/news … that should not be geotarded.

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@domknight @GreenJ “Tents” is meant to be “tweets” but you know what telephones are like.

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@domknight @GreenJ But will a politician’s tents change votes? Surely preaching to the choir?

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@GreenJ I wasn’t aware of any significant use of social media in this election, apart from random predictable snark. But I may be wrong.

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Hello @jpoh @Tripod you lot will keep. ;)

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RT @alexkidman Just think of what it’d look like if you went by the sole name of “Phenomen”.. [Groan indeed.]

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RT @domknight Better than Stilgherrian, void. BTW did you see that mononomial Japanese pollie, Renho? [True, and no ta.]

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I’m on the electoral roll as “STILGHERRIAN, null”. Not sure that they’re meant to editorialise like that.

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Mobile: Deposit washing at laundry; Australia St, Newtown to commit democracy; kill a little time until 1815 pre-dinner drinks, then dinner.

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@bhowarth Oh, and now it’s decided it IS working. Twitter never ceases to astound me. ;)

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@bhowarth It appears that Twitter has decided you’re not following me now. It is a silly thing.

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@jasonlangenauer May you have a safe and pleasant flight, Sir, and Good Fortune in the UK.

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 42”, a bit thin this week actually. http://arseh.at/5df

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Je suis arrivée en Centrale.

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Mobile: Cab to Wentworth Falls station; snack?; Central station, eventually; bus to Camperdown; check in to accommodation; seek democracy.

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Sat plan: Clean the cottage; 1035 train to Sydney; lunch somewhere; democracy; an evening of gluttonous indulgence, apparently.

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Major Harold Hering, unsung hero of the nuclear age. He dared ask a difficult question. http://arseh.at/5d9

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I choose to begin Saturday now.

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