Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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May 29th, 2011

That’s enough Sunday. It’s a busy day for me tomorrow and between now and then I have to not freeze to death. Gone.

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@dthvt I wouldn’t be too concerned, I seem to have a very short attention span these days. And I’ll be asleep soon. With luck, anyway.

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I never did understand why Cate Blanchett was advising the Pope on pedophilia anyway. Unless it’s a theatre thing.

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@dthvt If this is fame then where are my hookers and cocaine? 11pm on a Sunday night and… nothing!

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Bugger it, I’m going to delete that tweet since it keeps getting RTd and I’m getting stabby now.

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Oh FFS @gregomeara @aindreasmac @dthvt it’s 11+ hours since I tweeted a correction! I will start stabbing people soon!

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@rbbayliss I’m really uncomfortable with deleting things. Thin end of wedge etc. But people just don’t see the corrections. Sigh.

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New blog post: “@IainDale on politics, Twitter, radio and authenticity”, a 30-min podcast http://arseh.at/7gj

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 51” http://arseh.at/7gi My usual summary of stuff.

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Have you seen my correction, @SatirclAlx @Gleena @kellman @RyanSilvey?

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My interview with @IainDale has edited into a rather nice self-contained 30-minute piece. Deciding how to post it.

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Just recorded a great ranty interview with @duckblog for the “Patch Monday” podcast. This’ll be fun and easy to edit.

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About to record an interview with @IainDale, some or all of which may well end up in the “Patch Monday” podcast. There’ll be a Crikey story.

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@IainDale Anyway, I’m right for a chat via Skype whenever you like tonight, provided your jet lag is fading.

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@IainDale Sunday afternoon was the wrong time to ask, it seems. All the politics junkies watch the morning TV and then evaporate.

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RT @Pollytics: Because Sunday is “wear a racoon on your head and get outraged by cockspanks” day. I swear it was in the memo! [True.]

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I think I’ll turn my attention to the “Patch Monday” podcast, which now consists of the words “Patch Monday” at the top of a blank page.

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I am confused.

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So, if it’s a Sunday tabloid beat-up, why are supposedly politically aware people going on about? Surely that means they’re puppets too?

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Can I be arsed finding out why Cate Blancett is in the news? Or is this another Sunday politics thing that’ll be forgotten by morning?

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@acaderama @awelder I’m not ruling anyone in or out, I’m seeking to discover what people think. My followers maybe not the best to ask.

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RT @awelder: I’m still waiting for the right-wing Phillip Adams. [What remains of my brain just exploded.]

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Here’s a question. Who’d be the right-wing @GrogsGamut? If I’m not belittling Mr Jericho by inserting him into that ancient spectrum…

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I reckon @IainDale asks a good question there. Who is it that we take for granted?

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RT @IainDale: Who would you say is the most influential or well known political columnist in Australian newspapers? [Laurie Oakes?]

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Ta to everyone still telling me my tweet at 1100 was wrong. I corrected it at 1121. I’d rather not delete tweets. That way danger lies.

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It really depresses me to see the first, wrong tweet still being RTd though. It means they’re all RTing without reading. I read, but poorly.

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I’m now wondering why the story was worthy of TIME. And how I came away with my first impression of events.

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Correction. Arrested priest is in the archdiocese of the Pope’s advisor, not the advisor himself. http://arseh.at/7g3

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@franksting They won’t let me have a gun at Parliament House on Wednesday, but I’m hoping University of Canberra is less strict.

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“Is World War II Still ‘the Good War’?” Or is it time to revise the myths? http://arseh.at/7g1

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And they’re why I’m in Canberra on Tuesday and Wednesday. I can’t really explain anything else in my life these days though.

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“Microsoft Politics & Technology Forum: Do we trust the internet?” free seminar, Canberra Wed 1 Jun http://arseh.at/6h6

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“Privacy and security in a connected world” free seminar, Canberra Tue 31 May http://arseh.at/7g0

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Slumday. Grey. Damp. Depressing. And yet at the end of it, there shall be a podcast. Somehow.

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