Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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February 21st, 2012

@sufisticat Oh indeed, I had it first presented to me as outrage rather than parody. The simple, declarative language is so ambiguous!

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@Autoscopia boredjessica Quite coincidental, at least in the sense of being for that link. I always use the arseh.at URL shortener.

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@sufisticat This is the page that was triggering outrage earlier. i.imgur.com/c84oE.jpg

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Indeed, @AndySHastings @sufisticat, they we can think it might be real is the REAL scary part.

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@sufisticat See, your so-called “Qaran” has NOTHING on this! ;) P.S. It’s a parody.

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I would also like to say that the “Intelligent Design Colouring Book” is glorious. Flick thru! intelligentdesigncoloringbook.com

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@johnthelutheran Um, are you sure you’re doing this Lent thing right? I mean, I’m obviously not qualified to comment, but…

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@ibbers I’ll raise my hand. A 1970s local cookbook is a Good Thing.

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@westyx To respond specifically… Missed the first season? Bad luck. Watch the second now, pick the rest up later. Or watch something else.

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Thank you, @johnthelutheran, this does indeed sum up my response to @Oatmeal’s thingo, sans swearing. arseh.at/ss0 /cc @westyx

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You folks did see the immediately following tweet about it being a parody, right? @Yvonneyes @voodoo47 @MsNellyThomas @stufromoz

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Also, CrypTweet coverage from @mukimu at @zdnetaustralia: “Inventor encrypts tweets to evade govt” arseh.at/srw

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RT: Me at @CSO_Australia: “[@mpesce’s] CrypTweet encrypts Twitter direct messages” arseh.at/srm

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RT @caedwa: The book’s a parody, fortunately. [Thank the gods for that! As it were.]

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Someone posted this page from an Intelligent Design colouring book earlier. Surely this can’t be real? Please no. arseh.at/srt

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Thank you, @rubyblue70 @bernietb @sylmobile @phonakins @VenessaHunt, this all seems most appropriate.

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So to recap… 0530 start, fuzzy brain, stressful day, abandoned appointments, two articles filed, cold beer, free baked goods. Is this win?

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At this stage I wish to report that my brain is a useless mess of custard, so I am now calling a taxi and heading to the pub.

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And the skilled editor has responded. He has sent me a new version of the article that looks like it was written by a competent person. Yay.

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Well, I have filed a thing that with luck the skilled editor will be able to turn into something approaching an acceptable op-ed.

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Oh dear God please make it stop.

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Me at @CSO_Australia: “[@mpesce’s] CrypTweet encrypts Twitter direct messages” arseh.at/srm

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@leslienassar Oh, it’s on the internets then, is it? :) Let me pimp it to the world…

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Mind you, it sounds like it’s a Good Thing I’m not at ‘cos it looks like the bullshit is already knee deep and rising fast.

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Ah what bullshit self-centred responses I’m getting! FFS, if something is not for sale yet it’s not for sale! STFU and WAIT!

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The attitude portrayed in this @Oatmeal cartoon shits me. Instant gratification is not a right, folks. arseh.at/srk

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Ah, yet another digital media conference that I only hear about after it’s already started, eh?

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RT @michaelneale: How can I stop iphoto opening when I connect my phone? [Thusly arseh.at/srj much recommended.]

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@jonoabroad Thank you for your squirrel and cockatoo. I am not sure if they help, but I appreciate the thought.

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Note to Universe: If your email to me does not involve something I’m already scheduled to do TODAY, do not expect a prompt reply.

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And for those of you unfamiliar with the Snowtown Murders, try arseh.at/sri

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Ah here we go! The actual Snowtown bodies-in-barrels-of-acid bank is for sale! My birthday is in May. arseh.at/srh HT @LethalLeigh

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@SnarkyPlatypus It is probably the default mode, true, but today is MOAR ANNOYING than usual. I am not impressed one bit.

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Rather disgruntled and unimpressed with the world.

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@GumbyRoffo Tom Clancy is a Brand, though, and not all the books under that brand are actually written by him, is my understanding.

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Story filed for @CSO_Australia. One down, two to go. I suppose that’s a fair achievement by 0800.

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A: “Hi mum, what’s for dinner?” B: “We’re currently experiencing issues with our culinary facility. We’re working hard to restore service.”

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@Westpac What does “experiencing issues” mean? Please just say, specifically, what is and isn’t working instead of this corporate wankspeak.

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Tue plan, unordered, theoretical: Write 3x articles, various outlets; 1430 interview in Sydney; overnight in Sydney, or not. Some theory.

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Considering how much of the draft Tue plan will make it into the actual Tue plan.

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Tuesdrmmmpfffff.

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