Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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November 26th, 2011

@Xavier_Ho HDDs won’t be any cheaper for at least 6mo. 25% of global production was taken out by the Thai floods.

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OH: “He plays bass, and he really wants to get into the band. He’s into old-school hardcore punk like Dead Kennedys. But he works 4 to 8pm.”

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Substitute Corrs FTL.

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Pondering the connection between Blackbilly Tempranillo and memory loss.

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I’m just listening, @smperris, I’m just listening…

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OH: “Let’s go to the Ivy afterwards.”

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Four boxes required.

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OH: “I’m not a pouty little queen.”

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OH: “They’re Twitter people, what do you expect?”

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OH, Lebanese restaurant: “It’s Dean’s birthday. Where are you, Dean? Don’t be shy, Dean, it you’ll never be married ever.”

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Etiquette query: Try to watch guy in adjacent bus seat’s phone screen while he’s browsing Grindr, or not?

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Jesus I wish those guys in Vegas had let me bring home that FN SCAR. It’d be handy right now, and appropriately subtle.

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RT @rod3000 New Grown-Up Monitor Allows Children To Listen In On Parents Crying onion.com/cr9Piz

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@Davidramli It’s a good thing I’m so incredibly patient then. Thanks for the update.

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@miss_shiny I’m not entirely sure that was a typo either.

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@miss_shiny If you mean the Dulwich Hill extension, some time in 3013. Barangaroo some time after that.

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@BeauGiles Sorry, preposition comprehension fail my end. Who accused whom?

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Scott, Sydney Light Rail guy I complimented earlier, just finished work, well past rostered 1800. He helped cover broken-tram chaos.

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I suppose I’d better head over to Newtown, or I’ll never hear the end of it. [gets off arse]

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RT @kcarruthers: you can tell Australians don’t have affection for Muslims, if we did they’re have a nickname (like Poms) [They do: Muzzos.]

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There’s something rather nice about technology that allows one to edit audio while drinking cider at the pub.

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@sammyjopeters Erm, but the ticket still gets you to Town Hall. It’s just a bus for the last part. Has been standard procedure for decades.

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Agreed, @meadea @neerav, Sydney Light Rail staff are superb. Friendly, patient to a man or woman. Deserve more than $18 an hour.

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No, @CbnGal, any question “Are you going to X Festival?” is generally no for all X. Day’s plan posted earlier.

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Chap selling tram tickets is showing remarkable patience dealing with endless stream of stupid people.

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OH, asked for directions: “Oh I don’t know, sorry, I don’t really catch public transport. Ate you going out west? I’ve never been there.”

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OH: “It’s not like London, that was so amazing. Partying in Ibiza every weekend!”

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OH: “I know, I had to catch a bus from Wynyard to Central, it was such a headfuck! … I wore the Ray-Bans because they’re lighter.”

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I wouldn’t have thought routine rail maintenance announced weeks in advance counts as , unless people would prefer skipping it?

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@queerpenguin Ah I was thinking more the “colourful racing identity” version. But, hey, maybe newer Adelaide journos don’t know the code.

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@queerpenguin Bernardi is a “colourful” politician? But doesn’t that mean…?

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Punter having trouble with what this cafe does and does not sell. Seems unable to manage concept of “menu” on giant blackboard 1m away.

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Mobile: See previous tweet some vague indications of intent. Details not available thanks to weird space-time-matter-energy problems.

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Sat plan: Change locations; edit audio from @media140au panel; something social in the evening, probably.

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Bleep. It’s Sadderday.

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