Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 19th, 2014

That’s not the best episode of “The 9pm Edict’, largely because I seem to have been drinking. I recorded that episode at the pub.

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I also referred to Senator Conroy as “Minister for Not Washing Your Hands After Taking a Piss”. [Blink.]

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Why can she do this? “Because you are the Interim Premier of NSW, and are not a puppet of Eddie Obeid at all.” Gosh. Apparently I said that.

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Ah, so it was in Feb 2010 that Interim Premier Kristina Kenneally announced the Barangaroo development.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I’ve been listening back to the Edict, and quite a lot of it still holds up. Scarily so.

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Hah! Me in “The 9pm Edict” episode 2, Feb 2010: “Well, they’re always interim Premiers in NSW, aren’t they.” stilgherrian.com/edict/00002/

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RT @SnarkyPlatypus: Bitcoin? pic.twitter.com/DkLamvuAWt [They’ll send you hate mail for that.]

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For reasons which will become clear in due course, I am currently uploading old episodes of “The 9pm Edict” to Soundcloud.

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Rearranging my Soundcloud.

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RT @jasonlangenauer: Just had someone tell me “You look like a Lutheran”. [Yeah, you can’t say “Nazi” straight up these days.]

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Further proof that The America’s inhabitants know little of the outside world. lyst.com/clothing/forev… Forgot who sent me thing glory, sorry.

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@VanityFare1 Fair enough. The Cabramatta trip has exhausted me, but it was well worth it.

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“Report: US ground troops to be sent to Poland, Estonia”, reports @starsandstripes, so there’s that. stripes.com/news/us/report…

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TheWAWG RT @WestAustralia: A storm. Stunning pic by Golden Orb Designs pic.twitter.com/nQAZyyUhNf

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@VanityFare1 @paulwallbank @Brilliant_Ads Hah! An oldie but a goodie, that one. Always brings a smile to my face. Thank you.

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@nancycato1 Lucky you. But why have you been let loose in Doha, Ms Cato?

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jimmyraynes I can’t stand Tony Abbott, but I’ve seen a bit of stuff targeting his wife lately and I’m sick of it. She is none of our fucking business.

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@franksting Dulwich Hill light and heavy rail are next to each other. Dulwich Grove light rail is on New Canterbury Road.

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T minus 11 hours 54 minutes and counting.

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Staff member told me that the next batch of light rail rolling stock will have cloth seats again.

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RT @lhjh70 @stilgherrian In your world there are no people. [Safer for everyone that way.]

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@SnarkyPlatypus It’s better than the furnishings of the original parts of the line. Pyrmont Bay is dreadful.

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@franksting Yep, to distinguish it from Dulwich Hill, at Dulwich Hill railway station.

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Entrance to Dulwich Grove light rail station instagram.com/p/m9-tIOCFnu/

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Completely steaked. Heading back to Lilyfield to complete the day’s tasks and drink wine.

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ivovic Really makes you yearn for the good old days, eh? @Taz_Angela :) pic.twitter.com/6tgtiY8ica

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OK, take a deep breath, @erkpod. We need to determine whether this is just an arsehat family, or whether we’re dealing with pod people.

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erkpod I just saw a seemingly joint FB account shared between 5 people (husband, wife, kids). You’d think there was an annual fee.

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It appears that @johnmcternan has written some sense about this “OMFG Australia has gone monarchist!” arsehattery. blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/johnmcter…

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NeinQuarterly I’ve seen the best crucifixions of my generation ruined by jelly beans and resurrection.

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OH, front bar, man watching the sportsball on TV: “Go the Doggies! Oh. No, wrong game.”

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OrkneyLibrary If anyone at Record Store Day could get us the vinyl of this we’d be delighted. Will swap for bookmark pic.twitter.com/1YZaQu5kVw

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thegrugq Bad life decisions… pic.twitter.com/aKLc9VFrxU

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@GreenJ Well I shall listen to you, even though I have now pretty much lost faith. In a manner of speaking.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @oberonsghost That chopping board should not be a thing. If Tony Wong were alive today he would be shouting at you now.

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@GreenJ I am, of course, the ideal person to turn to in times of confusion. No wait. So are you on tomorrow?

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@garthk Thank you. I don’t thing it destroys my credibility at all.*

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@virag064 Knowing @firstdogonmoon, that’s not unlikely. I don’t know, though, he hasn’t spoken to me since he became a star.

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Goodness, @GreenJ, even I know this, and I went to a Protestant school where our chaplain used to be an AA gunner on the Kokoda track.

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It appears someone needs to tell @GreenJ that Judas Iscariot was one of the 12 disciples, which is the whole point of the betrayal trope.

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@virag064 Dulwich Hill was on my list of potential place to live, but I see today that the prices have already started climbing. Sigh.

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I’ve just had an evil idea.

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Southland Conference, “Technology, Entrepreneurship + Southern Culture”, 9 Jun, Tennessee. I want to go. southlandse.com @SouthlandSE

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There are tweets emanating from @firstdogonmoon that indicate some sort of film or something in production. I am afraid.

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JennaGuillaume What the actual fuck. One Direction fan fiction ‘After’ to be made into a movie? | Sugarscape | sugarscape.com/main-topics/bo… via @twitterapi

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cakeface How do you know that it was a crazy week? Here is a sign that my co-worker put up at his desk today. pic.twitter.com/jeJXsQy3gg

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@purserj @SnarkyPlatypus That’s why you always use a sharp knife, so it won’t slip, and guide it with your knuckle, and don’t be a wuss.

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As @Tarale says, “These phablets are getting ridiculous.” instagram.com/p/m9w1m6N0Mo/

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yep, it’s a straight-up practice thing. Your muscle memory will soon pick it up and it’ll become automatic.

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@SnarkyPlatypus To dice carrots, start by slicing them julienne, then chop those strips into little cubes. wikihow.com/Julienne-Carro…

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@sylmobile Thank you. I’m kinda treating it as a trial run for some more structured wanderings, if that concept makes any sense.

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RT @CyberPrefixerAU: Qantas cyberplane turns back to LA after faulty cyberfuel pump [Good. Those cyberengines need that cyberfuel.]

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RT @snare: If you don’t regularly think everything you do is shithouse, you’re not doing infosec right. [Also, everything else in life.]

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@mgherman Yep, heavy rail and light rail are adjacent at Dulwich Hill, but not integrated.Maybe they’ll build a bridge joining them one day.

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@_andrewtrinh It wasn’t bad, eh? Mind you, I’ve done much longer walks than that. I need to get back into the habit.

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@prestontowers The heavy and light rail aren’t integrated into one thing, but they’re very very close to each other.

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@shelleybookworm I was when I took and posted the photo, but I’m not now. I’ve been posting everything pretty much immediately.

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I did know that fact before now. I’m just passing it on. Because I’m helpful.

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Note to travellers, Dulwich Hill station and light rail is several blocks from the suburb’s core. Dulwich Grove light rail stop is there.

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Dulwich Hill light rail terminus instagram.com/p/m9soiyCFlW/

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Entrance to Dulwich Hill light rail terminus instagram.com/p/m9sguHiFlO/

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@dobes Where might one obtain such an excellent garment?

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I shan’t take any more per-station photos because the light has gone and my battery isn’t so good.

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@SnarkyPlatypus J’improvise l’itinéraire. Je dois encore le script une vidéo ce soir.

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Bankstown, where we wait for a few minutes instagram.com/p/m9pNOgiFhs/

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jeamland Maybe some kind of policy development meeting? pic.twitter.com/9ilGRGE5BK

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je vais dîner dans Dulwich Hill, je pense, et puis prendre le tramway à Lilyfield.

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@pingudownunder In “Stilgherrian Live” there was a Street View segment. People seemed to like it.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. La journée a été le plus intéressant, et il ya encore plus à venir. Et vous?

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I have reached Canley Vale station, joined a train, and alighted at Cabramatta, from where I shall catch a train to Dulwich Hill.

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Canley Vale International Function Centre instagram.com/p/m9jHapiFsB/

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Today’s Finance, Today’s Computers instagram.com/p/m9ixm5CFrs/

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“We’ve paid a lot of attention to Tudor style, and it’s turned out completely authentic.” instagram.com/p/m9h-bfiFrD/

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It is important to express one’s individuality instagram.com/p/m9g6FjCFqD/

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@scottcarson1957 Thank you. I think you’ll therefore enjoy the return of my podcast “The 9pm Edict”.

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@ApostrophePong Yeah even the trailer for the US version annoyed me. If he’s been on a three-day cocaine binge, how come he’s clean shaven?

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Indistinguishable from the original! instagram.com/p/m9ftB1iFpC/

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@ApostrophePong Some folks say they didn’t like series 3 as much, but I’m ambivalent. Still many magic moments.

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@staticsan Long walks through unknown suburbs is a distinct pleasure.

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@scottcarson1957 Absolutely. That’s where I change my Twitter location, the train switches from rural mode to zooming through the suburbs.

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@scottcarson1957 Or vice versa. Obviously I am chuffed to be compared with Hunter S Thompson.

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@scottcarson1957 The Nepean, at least at that point, is roughly the point at which you leave the Sydney basin and enter the Blue Mountains.

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RT @sylmobile: NO CHEESE AT THE EASTER SHOW!!! [OK, that’s it, the terrorists have won. Raze the place, Sylvano. Burn it all.]

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RT @NicholasFryer: At Emily’s Bistro in Quorn. pic.twitter.com/p04SUOGKrz [ How things are done in rural South Australia.]

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Starting a new list, “People who I would leave unsupervised with nuclear weapons.”

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@scottcarson1957 @llament You are both evil and wonderful, Mr Carson. But I suspect you’ve been told that before.

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@ApostrophePong That was pretty special, wasn’t it. Have you seen any of series yet? Ms Blanchett’s cameo in episode 1?

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Now I want a piglet.

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Said meat was a piglet slowly rotating on a spit, just reaching that point where it smells gorgeous but it’s not quite ready.

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Earlier I passed a Vietnamese family having a party in their front yard. Most sat on a picnic blanket, while two men attended to the meat.

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Nah, there’s I way I could get my own TV show, @llament, I’m not a chef.

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D4m4g31nc @Greens @SenatorLudlam Would love to see these start popping up around Australia. pic.twitter.com/wXcW4TdivD

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Canley Hotel, which I shall now investigate instagram.com/p/m9abSoiFkK/

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@staticsan I’m thoroughly enjoying myself, and probably getting sunburnt.

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@_andrewtrinh I’ve just passed the V Lounge, but I’m not yet ready to stop walking. Looks adequate, will explore another time.

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Ascot St, which seems to have been partially reclaimed. instagram.com/p/m9YAY4CFgd/

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As expected, this is another Greco-Viet town.

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Further along John St, Cabramatta instagram.com/p/m9VtTbCFso/

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However I have reason to believe the guys with the tattoos were here on unrelated business with a young Lebanese chap.

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There’s a reason the Xiangqi playing is so serious. National finals today and tomorrow. instagram.com/p/m9UxCgCFrP/

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@_andrewtrinh Whether I get to them today or not, I will eventually check out all these places.

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@scottcarson1957 Indeed. I hope she’s still around here somewhere. Stories like hers shouldn’t be lost forever.

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This ain’t my patch. And I am conspicuously Caucasian.

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I won’t be taking any photos ‘cos I’ve already been checked out by The Fit Young Men with Tattoos, Dark Shades and Leather Jackets.

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There’s some serious Xiangqi playing going on here.

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@_andrewtrinh I’ve been sort of based near Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountain for three years.

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@_andrewtrinh If I don’t handle it today, I’ll be back soon enough. Like next week.

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@scottcarson1957 Except she’s not here. Mind you, that was 11 years ago. But she seemed to date from French days. Washed up here in the 70s.

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Watching a local police sergeant strolling past. Alone. There’s a time they’d never patrol in groups fewer than four.

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Conducting certain business transactions, in the street, in cash.

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@scottcarson1957 Of more danger at this Mekong Club is the 6’4” transsexual behind the bar. She takes no prisoners.

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“The world is for us to share and respect.” instagram.com/p/m9Os9aCFjO/

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Struggling to walk after being seriously pho’d out. Gentle stroll, to be followed by the Mekong Club.

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@_andrewtrinh Gawd, I’m trying to LOSE weight here. Perhaps Cabramatta and environs is too dangerous for me!

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@ApostrophePong I think you’re right! There was a news story that cited how many NSW Premiers we’ve had since Carr. It’s embarrassing.

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@scottcarson1957 Ah yes, I was wondering when you’d notice what I was up to.

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All is in readiness, and I shall begin. instagram.com/p/m9K7FqCFuL/

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@_andrewtrinh Bear in mind that I’m currently based 100km from the CBD.

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@_andrewtrinh My first reaction on seeing John St again was “Yeah, I can live here.”

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@_andrewtrinh I’m based wherever I open my laptop. The joy of being a freelance writer. My office is wherever I am.

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Thanh Binh is just as I remember it. instagram.com/p/m9JwE1CFsc/

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@OkanovicM Auburn is on the list for another expedition.

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I leave the Cabramatta Inn as Pink Floyd’s “Wish you were here” starts playing.

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@Colvinius @Kate_McClymont @SeanNic Ain’t that a wonderful photo by @TamaraDean? Not so great for O’Farrell, of course.

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Now playing, Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven”. instagram.com/p/m9HBRVCFor/

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@D_Keating I was the closest thing to a bear in the entire building. And I shaved this morning.

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@_andrewtrinh This was my thinking. I used to live in Enmore and shop in Marrickville, another Vietnamese town, but Cabramatta is cheaper.

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Now playing, Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” instagram.com/p/m9Fxq5iFmo/

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Just like 11 years ago, there’s not a single ale on offer at Cabramatta Inn. instagram.com/p/m9FkJmCFmX/

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Cabramatta Inn, because I’m thirsty. instagram.com/p/m9ElvsiFkv/

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Salmon heads are on special for $1.99 per kilogram instagram.com/p/m9ERUHCFkT/

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First impressions of Cabramatta: little has changed, at least near the station. instagram.com/p/m9Dv8zCFjY/

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@johnluu Passing through on the way to Cabramatta for pho and exploration. It’s been 11 years since I was last here, apparently.

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@CosmicRami @_andrewtrinh As soon as I thought of this plan I’ve been salivating.

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Or, looking at the train stopping patterns, something similar but different.

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Taking @_andrewtrinh’s advice, I’ll have First Pho in Cabramatta, then explore Canley Heights and catch the train back from Canley Vale.

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unsungsongs Bunnings Coburg. Where marriages go to die.

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GrogsGamut Always like an Employment Minister who thinks people working more hours means there has been a productivity increase.

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Departing Sydney Central station instagram.com/p/m89qDdiFpU/

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@_andrewtrinh I was inspired by the thought the other day that Cabramatta might be a good place for me to live.

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@_andrewtrinh Thanks heaps. I’ve heard of all those, possibly on @JohnBirmingham’s recommendation. I think I’ll enjoy today.

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@deejbah “In the future, all children are terrorists.”

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@_andrewtrinh Probably Thanh Binh, ‘cos I want to compare with 11 years ago. Happy to take recommendations though.

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@dannolan I’m familiar with Lilyfield to Central, but the new rolling stock I’m not liking. Hard plastic seats are hard.

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@franksting @dannolan @SirLiberal Ah, I didn’t think of that. I’ll return via Dulwich Hill and do the loop. Thanks.

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The itinerary is: Tram to Central; train to Cabramatta; pho; exploration; drinks; train back to Central; drinks; tram back to Lilyfield.

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spacehack 104 personal spacecrafts launched into orbit today! Help needed from amateur radio operators: kickstarter.com/projects/zacin… pic.twitter.com/oPm4MIVJz7

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“Cybernetic jurisdictions and the Things of Internets” urbeingrecorded.com/news/2014/04/1… Yes, we must watch out of this sort of shit.

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@PeteLawler The rant needs to be made. Why didn’t I know about here? That shall be fixed. Thanks.

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@gusseting It’s my second @Pozible, and the project is already approved to go, so I’m all good, thanks. Just some polishing to do tonight.

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@PeteLawler I hadn’t known Sophie Wilson’s story before, so thank you, no need to blow your brains out. Or at least not because of that.

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BernardKeane *Face Palm Saturday*

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SnarkyPlatypus I’m sure Kevin Rudd becoming the UN Secretary-General was one of the signs of the apocalypse. He’s the Whore of Babylon, right?

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OzEquitist @BreakfastNews It seems few people are aware how specific @barryofarrell was in his denials re & : pic.twitter.com/I9lCbNlbaj

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So according to the US official in those two RTs, pretty much every teenager is a terrorist. She’s right, though, hey parents?

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BernardKeane Obama antiterrorism adviser seriously says confrontational children could be terrorists at 1.usa.gov/1jg6bHT pic.twitter.com/D7QIQgWeyj

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BernardKeane My god, she actually did say this RT @newshtwit: “White House Counterterror Chief: “Confrontational” Children Could be Terrorists”

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SatPaper Rudd’s new plot to lead the UN. Our front page, in newsagents now: ow.ly/i/5hLPI

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@judgmentalmaps @misswired @SnarkyPlatypus I’m working on a process for collaborating on such things, so I’ll use this as a test. Soon.

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@jdub Squik! Squik! Squik! Squik! Squik!

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T minus 24 hours and counting.

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@iain_chalmers Indeed. I shall SMEG up and bring Twitter to Cabramatta.

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@Manic_Henry Thanks. I’ll explore. But I’ll probably go to Thanh Binh, since that’s where I was 11 years ago and I want to compare etc.

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@thegrugq Oh yeah, I knew that! That’s for reminding me to not be an idiot.

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MalwareJake So @symantec sent this to me today. Not on the 10th when they rolled patches. You know, in case like late news… pic.twitter.com/8aZPVfMJdj

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RT @thegrugq: There’s a message in here for someone… pic.twitter.com/DVKhksUmEY [Oh that’s great work. From where?]

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@Manic_Henry I’ve no idea. It’s more than 11 years since I’ve been there.

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If you’re brave, you can WATCH @ClaireRPorter and me do the @DownloadABC segment on password managers on RN TV. youtube.com/watch?v=9CKBWu…

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Have you listened to @ClaireRPorter and me “help” @marcfennell do this week’s @DownloadABC yet? Why not? abc.net.au/radionational/…

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“An Open Letter to Brogrammers”, written far more politely than I’d have done. tacit.livejournal.com/588807.html

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Sat plan: Washing (under way); excursion to Cabramatta; pho; location scouting; final prep for tomorrow’s project launch; wine and sarcasm.

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@SnarkyPlatypus @kjmci Sydney’s map will probably suffer the same effect, unless I re-project the map with a logarithmic east-west scale.

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This is a brilliant resource for designers. samsungdesign dot tumblr dot com. samsungdesign.tumblr.com

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Vice_Is_Hip How The Chemical Brother’s comeback album is just a Gameboy Colour without any games

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T minus 24 hours 49 minutes and counting. Ping @sylmobile.

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Well, @judgmentalmaps, your wish is my command. I’ve added it to The List. @misswired @SnarkyPlatypus

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@AshGhebranious I’ll look out for him. That would be an excellent long arc.

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@BXGD It’s almost always lemons with pho here. I suspect it’s ‘cos Vietnamese settled in market garden areas previously settled by Greeks.

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RT @StephenByrne86: I fear I may have gone too far this time pic.twitter.com/IU3RmF5h6j [Or, conversely, not far enough. HT @SnarkyPlatypus]

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That fact has kinda thrown me.

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I still find it hard to believe that it’s been more than a decade since I’ve been to Cabramatta. That’s outrageous. I’m ashamed, in fact.

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Why I will be visiting Cabramatta today, part 2. pic.twitter.com/v5fkNUBsGG

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Why I will be visiting Cabramatta today, part 1. pic.twitter.com/jfJXjeJhGN

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The photo of Barry O’Farrell in the previous tweet is from @TamaraDean and remarkably apt.

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The more @SeanNic and @Kate_McClymont dig, the more O’Farrell’s resignation seems correct. smh.com.au/nsw/job-offer-… pic.twitter.com/Mfr1nOa8x0

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My last time in Cabramatta was 2002. Unbeknown to @ApostrophePong and me, it was Tết Trung Thu. Bob Carr was Premier. pic.twitter.com/jxcLbnPBcs

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@stevebwriter @SnarkyPlatypus Urban social geography was one of my fascinations at school. I very nearly became a cartographer.

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Yes, @MsLods, I do know @kcarruthers, as it happens. There’s no need to be so surprised.

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It would appear that @judgmentalmaps has not yet tackled Sydney. I suspect that I should deal with this omission.

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ameliashowalter These blowups over white/male speaker lists are so common, I created a handy chart! pic.twitter.com/5ABmoMtjaT

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If anyone would like to join me for pho in Cabramatta today, that might be acceptable.

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@Chiangrabbo Oh, I don’t know Verlaine. No, it’s a Biblical reference. “Father, why hast thou forsaken me?” It’s Easter and I have no taste.

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In answer to your question, the latter. And I’ve glad you also saw the potential symbolism.

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It seems Google’s Street View car went through Cabramatta early. The shops on this vibrant street are all shuttered. google.com.au/maps/@-33.8951…

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Sat plan, draft: Washing; excursion to Cabramatta google.com.au/maps/@-33.8951…; finalise arrangements launch the SEKRIT thing tomorrow; wine.

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@SnarkyPlatypus J’ai eu exactement la même pensée! C’est aussi une bonne chanson. En outre, remarquablement japonais.

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I HAVE MADE THE SECOND DECISION AS WELL.

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Les beaucoup de larmes de Jésus.

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I already have made one of the two key decisions that I need to make today, and it is not yet even 0600. Now, to make the other.

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«Le podcast, pourquoi m’as-tu abandonné?»

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je vais mettre fin à la campagne le 29 Avril (midi, comme il se doit) peu de temps avant l’éclipse et la Nouvelle Lune.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Oui, j’aime bien que le symbolisme, et de nombreux bienfaiteurs potentiels portera une attention à l’époque. Il est décidé.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Je dois choisir le meilleur moment, symboliquement. À 21 heures? Ou demain, “La résurrection de 9 heures”?

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@SnarkyPlatypus C’est l’une des décisions. Je vais tout préparer pour le projet secret aujourd’hui, mais …

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Je vis dans un monde de douleur et de prendre des décisions difficiles. Mais il est trop tôt. Et vous?

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Saturday, and that is the only aspect that I’m willing to commit to just yet.

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