Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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October 2011

@jakekapitz @m_atthew I’ll bail from the conversation at this point. I’m too tired to focus my thoughts.

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@jakekapitz @m_atthew “Is it not ‘syntactically’ incorrect to use the incorrect word in a written sentence?” Only if it’s the wrong type.

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@jakekapitz @m_atthew But that’s the point. It’s not *grammatically* to say he sighted (looked at) something. It’s a well-formed sentence.

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@m_atthew @jakekapitz No, the tip says homonym substitution of “different syntactic forms” is grammatical error (to/too/two).

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@m_atthew @jakekapitz Or, I’d even argue that the writer knew the right word, but just spelled it wrong when writing it down.

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RT: New “Patch Monday” podcast: “Security: PGP to Android, NFC and beyond” with Jon Callas. arseh.at/lv6

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RT: Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Bleeply lets you rethink that Tweet”, a new Australian startup. arseh.at/lv5

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RT: Me at CSO: “Ultrabooks have Intel Anti-Theft tech, yawn” They love me at Intel. arseh.at/lvg

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Finally the fire settles into a self-sustaining pile of coals. As a special treat (for me), I shall RT three links to my stuff posted today.

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@jakekapitz I see I won’t budge you. But my point is that not all language errors are grammatical errors. Linguistics has many branches.

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@jakekapitz The cause of confusion is the same, homophony, but the resulting errors are different categories of error.

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@jakekapitz But the two situations are different. Sighted/cited are both verbs. To/too/two are different parts of speech.

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@jakekapitz Easy. Grammar. A preposition where an adverb or noun should be is a structural, grammatical error. The homophony is irrelevant.

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MT @firstdogonmoon: … I’m gonna go paint some quolls. [What’s wrong with the colour they are? The RSPCA will be on to you!]

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@jakekapitz @ChrisChance91 Hmmm. I’m not making my point clear. I’m too tired to see how to make is clearer.

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Furthermore, “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.” /cc stilgherrian @ChrisChance91

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@jakekapitz @ChrisChance91 Indeed, but the error is one of meaningfulness not structure. arseh.at/lvf

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@jakekapitz @ChrisChance91 I understand your point, but IIRC word-choice is not part of grammar but part of semantics.

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@jakekapitz @ChrisChance91 ‘Fraid I beg to differ. The sentence is grammatically OK. The verb is in the right position, right tense etc.

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@jakekapitz @ChrisChance91 Would it be considered pedantry to point out that spelling has nothing to do with grammar?

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“Turning”?

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Finally back at Bunjaree Cottages, and a fire has been lit.

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Exercising the patience for which I’m renown.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Do it US Army style. “Food, Artisan-Gourmet”.

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“Does the word ‘artisan’ even mean anything anymore?” Welcome to artisanwashing. arseh.at/lvb Ping @SnarkyPlatypus

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Since it’s Christmas now, it’s a good thing @johnemcintyre has posted cautions for writers. arseh.at/lva Ping @franksting

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@HannahWatto What makes it even more annoying is that everything started off quite reasonably.

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@jeamland @jeamland Well, I’ve gotten as far as a Mountain Goat Steam Ale, and a burger is on the way.

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[Long expletive-filled complaint about the idiocy of buying new glasses that wouldn’t fit into a tweet.]

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Hmmm… Do I have to be notified EVERY time someone thinks of the word “fisting”? @franksting @ozdj @Johan_Vonshag @jplonie

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@SnarkyPlatypus @Nicholosophy “Beautiful People”? I am living it.

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I wanna see the sunshine after the rain. I wanna see bluebirds flying over the mountains again.

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World’s slowest barman pauses to recall the location if each new thing he needs as if in permanent amnesia while customers age one senility.

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Tactical error. Hotel Gearin kitchen not open. Oh well, thirst shall be quenched before considering alternatives.

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Mobile: Walk dirt track then Railway Pde to Wentworth Falls; 1200 train to Katoomba; visit optical places; lunch Hotel Gearin, probably.

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It’s all a desperate plea for attention…

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@mpesce @Lodoicea BTW I have no idea what you’re talking about. This is just a mindless interruption. It’s all I’m good for today.

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@mpesce @Lodoicea Surely you don’t have to give up whinging just because you become accomplished? I mean, why bother with any achievement?

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Heh! “Defence intelligence staff are not able to facilitate your request.” Defence media liaison must have that as a macro key.

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New “Patch Monday” podcast: “Security: PGP to Android, NFC and beyond” with Jon Callas. arseh.at/lv6

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Mon plan, Part B: Lunch in Katoomba; resolve the broken spectacle frame issue; shopping; minor client webby work; planning; evening TBA.

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@leslienassar Oh for sure, @BleeplyApp is a glorious thing. Seeing it in action, It Just Works. @matthewlandauer is a smart cookie.

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@barryofarrell Mr Premier, I am compelled to tell you about a new service Bleeply that prevents Twitter embarrassment. arseh.at/lv5

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Bleeply lets you rethink that Tweet”, a new Australian startup. arseh.at/lv5

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“Patch Monday” podcast filed. Finally. Now, to the second half of Mon plan, Part A. Which is to figure out Mon plan , Part B.

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Things are going rather more slowly today than I’d intended. I am at one with this fact.

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This whole bloody Qantas thing is just a promotional set-up for @JohnBirmingham’s new book. arseh.at/lv4

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Me at CSO: “Ultrabooks have Intel Anti-Theft tech, yawn” They love me at Intel. arseh.at/lv3

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RT @AndrewPStreet: Song You Should Rediscover Today Because It Is Awesome: Human Behaviour by Björk andrew-p-street.com/?p=632

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Right. Implementing Mon plan, Part A. I’ll interact with you again when that’s done. However I reserve the right to spam you unthinkingly.

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And, um, I’ll be talking to @JohnBirmingham, a professional writer, about his work. So that’s all a work expense, right @expectproblems?

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So, @expectproblems, an evening involving @JohnBirmingham and alcohol. What could possibly go wrong?

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@JohnBirmingham Lovely. Thursday is almost a perfect fit for my plans, which I had hope to have as a day off.

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@R_Chirgwin There’s a certain irony in Google changing “Parkes” to “parks” when today’s doodle is about Parkes Radio Telescope.

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@JohnBirmingham Good Fortune on the Drinking Tour, Sir! I’ll try to make sure I’m in Sydney for your visit… when?

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@paulwallbank @R_Chirgwin I have no gin, but I have vodka and saw olives in the fridge. At least I can have a martini.

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@jonoabroad I agree. Weird thing in desert is weird. I’ll post something about it on my website later.

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Mon plan, Part A: Complete and file the “Patch Monday” podcast; develop Mon plan, Part B.

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“Fellatio Friday”, @en_gy? Isn’t that the hashtag thing where people own up to the people they’ve had sex with that week?

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RT @R_Chirgwin: It won’t work, all this sweet talk. Monday’s a treacherous bastard lurking and awaiting its opportunity to maul us. [True.]

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@en_gy Honestly, sometimes I think you spoil that day. The rest of the calendar is starting to get jealous.

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Hello, Monday. So whoooooo’s a cute little weekday then? Whoooooo’s a cute little weekday?

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@AussieSocrates Thank you for the fan mail. Now go fuck yourself sideways with your eternal stream of pointful tweets.

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Really, what sort of cunt makes judges or tribunal members work until 2am on the weekend to further their own business ambitions?

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Relaxing, and exploring earlier thoughts and comment ab out antlers.

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I see that @AndySHastings tweeted about Ivanpah Lake as well, but @SnarkyPlatypus was there three minutes earlier.

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@ApostrophePong I’m glad you’re OK for now. I’ve been too busy to follow the Thai food news in detail, but I have been thinking about you.

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Fark, I’m exhausted. I think I’ll finish packaging the podcast in the morning. I wake up too early anyway.

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OK, I have to pay attention to the podcast editing now, but I’ll come back to look at all the desert stuff before retiring. So, in 20 years.

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Yep, @SnarkyPlatypus has got it. Ivanpah Lake, “a popular place for land sailing and kite buggying”, contaminated by nuclear waste.

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OK, I’ve just discovered that a whole bunch of people’s replies to me aren’t showing up in TweetDeck.

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Hey thanks for the suggestions, everyone, but @dekrazee1 has found the mystery desert object! arseh.at/luz But, what is it?

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But for now I’m assembling the “Patch Monday” podcast, an interview with old-school security guy Jon Callas. arseh.at/luy

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No latitude / longitude on the mystery desert object, @wolfcat, I just saw it while drinking a triple scotch on the 40-minute flight.

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So, can anyone tell me what this weird desert object is? Saw it while flying Las Vegas to Los Angeles. arseh.at/lun

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@Leighlo I really don’t want metaphors and allusions in my food packaging, thank you very much.

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@kofeyh @Leighlo What? You think there are shades of instantaneousness? Are you perhaps arsehats of some kind?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Look, do you know how hard it is to buy those drugs up here? Um, well, neither do I. Obviously. But, like, it’d be hard.

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@kofeyh Erm, I don’t go about advertising my lungs as “instant”. YOU HAVE ENTIRELY MISSED THE POINT!

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“Instant” my arse! These noodles are going to take THREE FUCKING MINUTES!

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Mind you, I’d have been further through my task list if I hadn’t wandered into video editing on a personal project for three hours.

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The only problem with doing your Sunday work at an easy pace is that the work then runs well into the evening.

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@jasonlangenauer @SnarkyPlatypus Lame-joke tweets about Christopher Pyne cheapen us all. I am ashamed.

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MT @SnarkyPlatypus: @jasonlangenauer [Dolphins] make squeaky noises so ppl don’t feel threatened. [So, much like Christopher Pyne?]

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@ZaraBaxter @juhasaarinen It’s not really that generous. It’d be more generous to make up entirely new words.

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@juhasaarinen Especially for you, I’ve just used the word “commoditisation” in an article I’m about to file.

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Speaking of things being wrong, @juhasaarinen … Behold! cornholeaustralia.com They specialise in cornholing games.

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@juhasaarinen Oh! Thank you for introducing me to a new word: copacetic. You can sub for me any time. Erm, that sounds a bit wrong.

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@juhasaarinen “Embiggen is a perfectly cromulent word.”

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@NickHodgeMSFT Look, if the Space Lizards are so SEKRIT, why is their docking station clearly visible from an RPT air route?

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@juhasaarinen Look, can’t you do something useful? Like figure out what this thing in the desert is? arseh.at/lun

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You should listen to me, @juhasaarinen, because I am drinking vodka and know how to use a gun. Der.

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@juhasaarinen Anyway, you’ve mangled the formation of “walkanizable”. Suffix “-izable” is “capable of being turned into”.

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@juhasaarinen Bah. You’re getting old. Your mind is turning into some sort of stagnated porridge arrangement. Accept the reality of change.

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@ForsakenDAemon Not being a racist, I allow Americans to coin adjectives just like every other variant of English. /cc @juhasaarinen

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RT @juhasaarinen: “Weaponizable”. What kind of word is that??? [It’s a fucking adjective, that’s what it is. A perfectly clear adjective.]

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@RatbagsDotCom Sadly, though, the clear blue sky now means an overnight low of 8C. Might need to light a fire before dark.

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Taking a few moments out from my work to realise how stunningly beautiful a day it is in the Blue Mountains, despite the weather forecast.

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OH: “All marriages should be vodkamarriages. I mean, let’s be real, that’s where they all end up anyway. The smell of vodka and despair.”

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With this Thailand thing, you know, it can’t be good when this much of your county is flooded. arseh.at/luo HT @ApostrophePong

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New blog post: “Weekly Wrap 73: The Mysteries of the Desert”. Which you must solve. arseh.at/lun

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Writing on a Sunday goes much better with this flavoured vodka. Maybe the 0730 Monday purchase time was the correct strategy.

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There is indeed @ScottRhodie’s glitch with NBN Co’s Twitter feed, @mcbridematt, but it doesn’t seem to have been reported outside Twitter.

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Maybe you mean the Westpac one, @drueyjay? “I’m so very over it today”. Feb 2010. Thanks. arseh.at/luj

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Hmmm. I need a couple Australian examples of embarrassing Twitter mistakes, like Barry O’Farrell’s . Ideally business.

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@sylmobile I haven’t begun to think about what sort of glasses. I may get contact leases instead, plus reading glasses.

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@wraptinweb Oh, I left out the errand to Wentworth Falls, which will begin on foot. I get plenty of sunlight.

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I’ve decided to leave the optical work until Monday. The old glasses are proving more or less adequate, if ugly.

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Sun plan, unordered: Complete “Patch Monday” podcast; write 2 x blog posts; write for CSO; map out the week ahead; sleep.

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@garthk The other trick is to convince my body to play along with the gag. “Sleep patterns? What are these ‘sleep patterns’?”

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Hello, Sunday, and those who live in it.

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Right. So now the image editing isn’t working properly.

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@acaderama I think Grindr is a lot like fishing. Or maybe crabbing.

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@acaderama h no apologies required. Some of the scheduling inconvenience is not entirely unrelated to your original theory.

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@acaderama Hah! I daresay the flights would be being booked on Qantas, but it’s more trying to get things to fit pleasantly.

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@acaderama LOL! No, Grindr is not the problem. It’s just that my schedule for the next few weeks isn’t coming together conveniently.

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Irritated with the inverse “convenience” of reality.

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@kjmci @SnarkyPlatypus Indeed, I continue t be astounded. By everything, really. A sign of memory loss.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kjmci Yes, always got for a more distant school.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kjmci Look, where the hell are we going to find virgins at this hour?

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, I was promised storms, and there was none. Hardly even any rain.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Well, we could all use a new ideological dildo…

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Thinking I should add “qantas” to TweetDeck’s global filter for a few days…

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@LessAccounting Spamming people because they mentioned a keyword is REALLY FUCKING LAME. Please go away.

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Well, that’s some work out of the way so I can do the Penrith excursion tomorrow. Words. Written words.

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So, a Sunday excursion to Penrith! And of course I need optical work at the end of the month and after the dental work. I HATE YOU, FATE!

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@drueyjay Ah excellent! The Penrith Plaza store is indeed open on Sunday. God bless you, Sir! I shall buy you a drink!

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@R_Chirgwin Nope, neither Specsavers or OPSM is open on a Sunday. At least not in Katoomba. Fortunately I have an older pair as spare.

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@drueyjay Well, for a fix I’d need an OPSM, the original suppliers. There’s one in Katoomba. But it’ll have to wait until Monday.

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So, Specsavers book online form. Offers today (but already closed) and Monday (then says they’ll phone to confirm in two days. Arsehats.

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Honestly, it’s enough to drive a man to drink.

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Dear Spectacles Frame, thank you for just breaking you cuntfully inconvenient little fucker arsehat cunt of a cuntful cunt.

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Oops. I stand corrected. It’s worse. Qantas fleet grounded immediately. Jetstar, QantasLink, Jetconnect operating as normal. Ta, @wolfcat

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Qantas staff lockout to start 8pm Monday, grounding ALL flights? Orly? arseh.at/luc HT @wolfcat

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Well, I tidied up my disaster area, but then there was altogether too much bookkeeping.

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RT @CbnGal: You’ve got sex on the brain today. [Well, I’m catching up on my bookkeeping. What do you expect?]

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@miss_shiny I think the mistake there is to have children. Or, if you do have children, to choose a kindergarten over an abattoir.

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Truly, there is no such thing as an inappropriate location for some quick, surreptitious masturbation.

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@phonakins Pretty much any fruit-enhanced alcohol is going to cause a disaster, I reckon.

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OK, the feijoa vodka and apple juice is adequately refreshing, @SnarkyPlatypus @adm_76 @Paul_Murton.

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@Paul_Murton Oh well if it’s traditional, then here we go!

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@adm_76 Not really. Vodka and apple juice is a traditional polish thing.

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Always ask the salesperson “Is this alcohol contaminated?” [We need that in multi-lingual phrasebooks.]

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Well I am trying it now, @Paul_Murton, but I only have apple juice as a mixer so it’s going to be overwhelmed. Unless I invent a martini.

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Look, @SnarkyPlatypus, when I’m buying vodka at 7am on a Monday morning, vital information shouldn’t be in tiny pastel green writing.

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So the feijoa is also known as the pineapple guava and guavasteen. All very good, but WTF is it doing in my vodka?

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@jplonie I’ll make arrangements once I’ve confirmed my next Sydney trip. Mid to late next week, certainly.

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@jplonie Well, that’s a done deal then, Sir! The manual claims it does speed encoding within Final Cut. That’s certainly a help! Thanks.

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@jplonie Actually my main gripe is that process, then importing and rendering in Final Cut Express. I think I just need MOAR COREZ!

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@jplonie Would such a thing be useful for converting one video camera’s .TOD files to .MOV?

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@valeriekhoo Oh, mine’s almost useless because of the physical damage it’s received. It’s amazing it still works.

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Even though my MacBook Pro is 3.5 years old, there’s only one task that slow enough to shit me to tears: video transcoding.

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Anyway, enough of that. People might think I’m gay or something.

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@CbnGal He was… adequate, I suppose.

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RT @lukehopewell: Oh how I hate people… [I thought I’d given you the name of that gun store and shooting range?]

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@Bondles Yes I think you’re right, with a customer service manager running the cabin crew. At least that’s what I think they announced.

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I just noticed that I left the word “steward” out of that tweet, ‘cos I was wondering if Qantas still used the word “steward”.

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Should I message him? “Hi, you may not remember me, but you served me dinner and a scotch and soda.”

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Goodness me. This Qantas looks rather different in this photo than he did on the flight the other day. He had clothes on then, for starters.

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RT: Me at @technologyspec: “Patching the price of security”: vendors sell complex solutions but simplicity works. arseh.at/lu8

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Sat plan: Undo the suitcase/backpack explosion; potter at whatever work takes my fancy as the storm rolls in; enjoy the evening solitude.

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@michaelneale Sadly Future Stil won’t have time to do everything. Linear Time Stil will have to do something today.

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Deciding how much work to do today and how much to leave until tomorrow. Related decisions involve alcomahol and food.

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@MrSportAus Hah! I haven’t been to a party on a farm for years. But I’m sure that like all 21sts tonight’s will be quiet and dignified…

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@AbrasiveTeapot Alas that history of gay men in the military seems to begin with WWII. A bit of history seems to be missing.

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It sayeth here that my weather forecast is for a few storms and showers, 22C. I think I’ll get some photos if the promise is fulfilled.

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Hello, Slapperday.

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Bugger. Not enough bandwidth to watch “Crownies”.

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@ApostrophePong It looks like there’s going to be a heck of a mess to clear up in BKK. What’s the mood of the city like?

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“Tell: An Intimate History of Gay Men in the Military” arseh.at/lty

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“Bangkok Underwater”, a 42-photo gallery from @in_focus. arseh.at/ltx Ping @ApostrophePong

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@ZaraBaxter Yeah I tend to start work early too. 0630 today, for instance.

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@R_Chirgwin @ZaraBaxter Well, that’s not the only factor…

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@R_Chirgwin @ZaraBaxter For me it’s more the weekday / weekend distinction being… well, not being.

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@ZaraBaxter I think that’s the question I’m pondering. Are these work patterns working for me? I’m not sure…

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A thoughtful evening. My work patterns continue to be out of sync with most other people’s. Maybe I should change that.

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And here I am, back at Bunjaree Cottages after a 15-day absence.

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Oh. is an issue after all.

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Arriving at Wentworth Falls. Brief shopping will occur before heading to Bunjaree Cottages.

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@mpesce I am as sure about that as I am about any penguinfacts. Now that I think about it, they’re creepy little bastards.

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RT @mpesce: RT @TheIlluminati: Your job description is not is your self description. [Also, a penguin is not a cheese grater.]

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@R_Chirgwin Thank you to you and Mr Sun for the Volts. I can now Run Amok with Electricity!

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Excellent. I don’t need to write the thing I have to write until tomorrow. shan’t be an issue after all.

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Ah, seems I’ll also be suffering for the rest of the day. Poo.

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Missing another train, it seems.

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@grantshow Hah! That’d be one of the blooms they had on display. I shall send vicious email on Monday.

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Mobile, again: Bus down George St to Haymarket; collect suitcase from hotel; walk to Central station; train to Wentworth Falls; etc.

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Brain fade. Who does PR for Trend Micro in Australia?

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@danoot It’s already spoken for, Sir.

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@danoot I believe that a yes with a but is actually a no. No? ;)

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@grantshow “Sold.” Right at this very moment I’m having a quiet cider at the Observer Hotel. I believe you know where that is.

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@JuliusFlywheel Conditions already stated. I’m not carrying it further than the other end of George St. I’ve got enough to carry after that.

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