Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 22nd, 2011

I think I need to lie down for a moment to process that…

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Wait. Their Italian Restaurant is called “The Haig”?

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Sadly, @vealmince @SnarkyPlatypus, I do not have the Cuddle ‘n’ Bubble package. arseh.at/nm7 “Fully coked” breakfast, it has.

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I’m not in Canberra “a lot”, @damonism @jmacmullin, this is only the third time this yeat.

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No, Capital Executive Apartment Hotel Canberra, I’m not signing a blank credit card authorisation slip, no matter what “house policy” is.

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This taxi driver needs GPS to find Northbourne Av? Pathetic.

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I assume under-cover parking is important for those who bought a water-soluble car.

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Wading into Canberra airport.

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Feeling a strong desire to urinate on people who write “went viral” when all they mean is “became popular”.

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Delicious. And, as you say @EmuAnon, groovy. [nods]

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“Crack flavoured radioactive meringues from the IPA!”

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About to board Dj650 SYD-CBR, probably. Ambling to the gate shortly.

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umairh Sorry—if you have a problem with me calling “low information voters” “fucking idiots”: Is it because you happen to be one?

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RT @newswithnipples The first rule of ethical masturbation: bit.ly/u2VcTh

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@Paul_Murton Busy? Nah, really tedious. Lots of sitting, waiting, grumbling.

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Mobile: Cab to Wentworth Falls; train to Sydney, then to Sydney Airport; plane to Canberra; cab to wherever it is that I’m staying.

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Seems there’s still tickets for Thursday night’s @media140au “Digital Anonymity” panel, and a substitution. arseh.at/m2x

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@R_Chirgwin I have no idea. It actually looks like the sky might clear a little soon. Then again, who can tell? Only Allah knows the future.

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“Richard Branson is no radical, he’s no entrepreneur, he’s just a plain old-fashioned carpetbagger” arseh.at/njv HT @jasonlangenauer

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@R_Chirgwin Generator on! Looks like maybe an hour’s fuel in the tank. Maybe.

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@R_Chirgwin 48.8V on the battery, overcast, steady gentle rain.

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Hey @jeamland? Meet @bigjsl. And @bigjsl, meet @jeamland. It seems that you have a lot in common. ;)

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Porn sites sue ICANN over .xxx domains. arseh.at/nju [BBC says “web address, but you’re not that stupid.] HT @Idealaw

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Oh. There’s been another comment. arseh.at/njt

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Pondering my role in the puritanical new paradigm. I suspect it has something to do with Perl.

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Tue plan: 1032 train to Sydney; 1405 DJ650 SYD-CBR; check in; remainder TBA. Various work bits will be done en route.

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An attack on your subjunctives is an attack on Freedom itself, @R_Chirgwin. You do well to be afraid.

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BernardKeane Odd how govts are eager to play legislative catch-up on online activists, but strangely slow when dealing with corporate attacks on privacy.

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“If Facebook WERE a country,” @kcarruthers. LEARN TO USE THE FUCKING SUBJUNCTIVE PROPERLY! /cc @paulwallbank @R_Chirgwin

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Somehow I led off some sensible commenters about “top secret” at @crikewy_news though. arseh.at/njq

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It’s true, @expectproblems @glengyron, I have some excellent drive-by commenters on my website. So special.

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@peterhau What you say it true. Things could be both better or worse. We live in a truly glorious age!

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Oh Dear God, would you folks like to respond to this new commenter before I have a go? arseh.at/njp

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Chewsday. It could be better.

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