Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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September 24th, 2015

@DDsD I have not. Thank you. I will soon.

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Thanks, @morethangrass @cactuseb @Adorakrem, though I was thinking more from the seriousness level not the pain level. Mid-range, Cool.

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I probably shouldn’t have said that, but I’m sure certain of my media followers got the reference.

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The film was called “The Mattress”. No wait. I’m thinking of Western Australia. “The Matrix”

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Connoisseurs will recognise this as the bridge under which Keanu Reeves had the thing removed from his chest. pic.twitter.com/iXYXUpBYop

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Clinical notes say “??rotator cuff tear ??bursitis.” On a scale of 1 to 10, is that…?

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I am starting to get really annoyed with this shoulder, but I have X-rays and ultrasound happening on Wednesday.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Oh no, startups are now Australia’s political battleground” zdnet.com/article/oh-no-…

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@NewtonMark It would seem that @joshgnosis is, as always,your source for this species of misery.

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So @Colvinius is once more proving his skill with language, or has completely misunderstood how a bidet works. twitter.com/Colvinius/stat…

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Il pleut to buggery.

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Given that this is in Pitt St, Sydney, I’m not convinced. pic.twitter.com/9EwQ9Y2bgO

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Thank you, @SapphireComms1, for a lovely meet’n’drinks with some of your clients.

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Good advice from the field here, boys and girls. twitter.com/peterw/statuse…

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Will the wingspan of an A-10 fit between the office buildings and allow it to do gun runs down George St? Asking for a friend.

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Once more I recommend @middleclassprob for a fine overview of reality.

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@hitinman @AFP Depends who you ask / which running gag they’ve committed to.

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@hitinman @AFP Don’t be silly. Cabbages can’t hold signs.

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Not a lot of Pyne fans out there, it seems.

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Please, @MarkDiStef, may I nominate Mark Latham for West End Bitter?

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Well this is a big boat. RT @AFP: : Hungary says 10,046 migrants entered Wednesday, new record

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BBCNewsbeat The Serial podcast is coming back and is expected to look at the questions around this soldier bbc.in/1YBRHso pic.twitter.com/I0Za6qtIoU

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NewtonMark Correct. RT @warkolm: NOT WEBEX

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Christ, @CaseyBriggs @MarkDiStef, Pyne is barely a fuckin’ shandy. He’s a Passion Pop. twitter.com/CaseyBriggs/st…

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@faully33 @ashabeeeee Ah, but in politics, it HAS to be a New Thing, not a mere upgrade of an existing thing.

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@dfpiii Well who doesn’t love gunfire and arson?

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@abillyboy2 @ashabeeeee I live for this sort of sophisticated and nuanced political analysis, so thank you.

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X-rays and ultrasound booked. May the drinking begin. (Well, it’s already begin, but shoosh.)

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5at5 number 228: Weird cams, weird mini-subs, a weird bomb defence, Uber put to the test, and the ethics web ads. tinyletter.com/5at5/letters/5…

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johnmcternan Liam is mistaken, @jeremycorbyn is the Watney’s Red Barrel of the labour movement. twitter.com/elashton/statu…

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@SnarkyPlatypus @zdnetaustralia Well, some of my school reports do say that I’m a disruption.

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“Labor wants 2,000 students annually to take out loans for a ‘startup year’”, writes @ashabeeeee zdnet.com/article/labor-…

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Yes, this is probably it. We invented Mad max, you know. twitter.com/dfpiii/status/…

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Oh no, startups are now Australia’s political battleground” zdnet.com/article/oh-no-…

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jdub This is a good Tinder profile. twitter.com/mlle_elle/stat…

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Phase 3 done! Now onto Phases 4, 5, and 6, being booking the ultrasound, @5at5daily, and drinks!

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Should I live stream video of this next bit? Perhaps not.

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Phase 3, the Probes!

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Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! Startups! FFS!

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“Telstra CEO eyes innovation through startups, IoT, M2M”, writes @thelaughingsub zdnet.com/article/telstr…

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Phase 1 completed. Phase 2, vampires!

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If I lean to one side, I can make it look like another person waiting here has his head inside the Giant Neon Vagina.

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I like* the way that doctors just wander around looking lost sometimes.

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johnallsopp surely the hit rate of VC investments suggests

1. these folks are really bad at making investments decisions
2. that’s not important

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“Australia to turn into cashless society by 2022: Westpac”, writes @achanthadavong zdnet.com/article/austra… Dunno about that, Westpac.

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Britanniacomms Hold Your Breath for the Impact ! c @GOillusions pic.twitter.com/0JZoNNHv22

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@SnarkyPlatypus A certain Chinese-Australian Gentleman has a lot to answer for.

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@SnarkyPlatypus I see that the Giant Neon Vagina is still here too.

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@SnarkyPlatypus It is. The antlers are therefore a comfort to us all.

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Approaching the Antler Zone.

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Needs more disruption.

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Column filed for @zdnetaustralia. It contains the phrase “flopping out”.

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More good sense from this American bloke. twitter.com/BlogsofWar/sta…

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OK. I am now literally LOLing, and my ability to think any kind of rational thoughts, or even move without bumping into furniture, is gone.

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joshgnosis Bob Katter on Turnbull: “My friends said innovation and liberalism are code for making homosexuality compulsory.” crikey.com.au/2015/09/24/tip… [$]

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STOP IT ALL OF YOU JUST STOP IT.

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Please show me on the dolly where the bad man proposed transforming the economy.

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nkulw First as Tragedy, Then as Content

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All this makes my latest SEKRIT project all the more apt, though. (He says, cryptically.)

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@williamslachlan Internet points are the best* kind of points!

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I do ike the contrast, though. While Bent Stapler is announcing a startup boost, Bernardi and Gaynor are re-fighting the Crusades.

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Oh, the ‘Bad Sextoys’ version was invented by @firstdogonmoon. I am not that sick.

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Well, I have received Editorial Instructions re my changes in response to Bad Sextoys’ announcement. Coffee, then more writing.

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bitcoin_txt Soon those incadescent light bulbs will be phased out. The only way to buy and sell them will be on the darknets with Bitcoin.

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Seeing all these words together is a bit disorienting. pic.twitter.com/rtFhXm4826

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@Gin_ev_ra I’m on a different angle, but thanks for the reminder about NEIS.

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Just like any couple that’s been together for a long time… twitter.com/joshgnosis/sta…

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Waiting to find out how much of what I’ve just done will be spiked.

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Well Burnt Fag-End has just triggered the need for some changes to my piece from last night’s Labor for Innovation event. Thanks, mate.

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billshortenmp Australia currently has one of the lowest rates of formation in the world. Labor wants to change that alp.org.au/startupyear

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OK, back to the writing. I have deadlines.

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Thu plan, confirmed: Sausages (done); write for @zdnetaustralia (doing); 1500 doctor, vampires; @5at5daily; 1730 @SapphireComms1 drinks.

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@Asher_Wolf It’s a stretch to call an ATO ruling on tax accounting a “policy to drive startups offshore”. Confusing aim with side-effect.

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@Asher_Wolf Um that’s not “policy”, it’s an ATO ruling.

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So, The 9pm Edict’s next Public House Forum is from a pub close to a startup incubator? God help me. twitter.com/joshgnosis/sta…

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joshgnosis Start-ups are the new Western Sydney for the two major parties, it seems.

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@michaelneale @dhpeterson @jendudley Ah, I’ve been writing and not paying attention. I see this point has already been made.

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@dhpeterson @michaelneale @jendudley If you want to call that a “thoughtcrime society”, well, we’ve always been there.

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@dhpeterson @michaelneale @jendudley The Cabbage for Immigration has the power, not often uses, to refuse entry on “character” grounds.

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bengrubb Startups! *drink*

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If Turnbull plans to “send a message” about domestic violence, refusing entry to Chris Brown would do the trick. twitter.com/jendudley/stat…

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Note also that the OECD figures are a 2013 report on statistics from 2008-2010. I’m sure* Abbott improved AU’s score heaps since then.

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OECD figures on collaboration on innovation that @australian couldn’t be arsed citing properly. AU is fourth-bottom. oecd-ilibrary.org/sites/sti_scor…

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australian Australia is at the bottom of the pack when it comes to collaborating on innovation. bit.ly/1Fec8FG pic.twitter.com/kMtvDVToJl

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@oberonsghost @paulkidd It’s south on Route 101. Or you can catch the Caltrain.

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Cyber Diplomacy Bears! Grrrrrowwl!

Oh. twitter.com/ASPI_org/statu…

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chr1sa Still amazed by speed of Android world domination. Open platform lessons from this will define tech in 21st Century pic.twitter.com/N7unmZbKBn

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@StringStory @drwasho This is certainly true. Check the straw poll from @adma Global Forum. crikey.com.au/2015/08/06/its…

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Watch out, Adelaide! @WilliamShatner on your wireless waves after 1300 ACST / 1230 AEST. twitter.com/AngieMcBride/s…

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ApostrophePong Pattani woman restaurateur prevents bomb attack - The Nation (Don’t try this at home.) nationmultimedia.com/national/Patta…

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@jpwarren I still haven’t worked out the details of getting there, though.

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At least I’m only being trolled by lower-house MPs this week.

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Also, I wish I could just sit around watching Twitter all day. Oh wait.

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So @ALeighMP’s office knows who I am because of @TimWattsMP’s appalling Nirvana puns. This is where a 30+ year media ‘career’ has left me.

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Oh. I should probably do something about getting to . twitter.com/ruxcon/status/…

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So @dobes must’ve finally unwrapped his computer. I just got an email.

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@StringStory @drwasho Just as an aside, the use of “next time” is interesting, an assumption that I use UberX. As it happens, I don’t.

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I should point out that the @GuardianAus yarn is specifically about UberX, not Uber’s services in general. theguardian.com/australia-news…

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@rycrozier There’s going to be a worldwide popcorn shortage at this rate.

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@StringStory @drwasho I just catch the train from the airport. It’s quicker.

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LeeLinChinSBS Huh, surely this @smh article is parody m.smh.com.au/entertainment/… where’s Chin at? Who wrote this? Have they even watched TV? I’m all over it.

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@StringStory @drwasho @choiceaustralia Let me guess. Walk cross the car park to a hotel, and get picked up from the hotel?

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@dobes Oh. And Happy Spawniversary.

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@max_au @BOM_NSW I usually use apps to check the weather. I hadn’t really looked at tweets before.

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@juhasaarinen Oh. Fair point. Look, New Zealanders come under “forest animals”, I think.

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“Uber proves 40% cheaper than Sydney taxis and more reliable in @choiceaustralia test” theguardian.com/australia-news…

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I miss all that working from “home”. I just get trolled by forest animals. And MPs on Twitter, which is more or less the same thing.

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Newsroom humour is the best* humour.

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When did @BOM_NSW start editorialising on the weather? And “chance of a rumble or two” is a bit James Dean era. twitter.com/BOM_NSW/status…

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lib_crusher Redditor: is it legal to shoot a gun at a car you want to pass pic.twitter.com/Nq3kvAvXXm

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jsweeney_ibrs This reminds me of @jturner_ibrs warning in early 2013: Consumerisation of biometrics will result in obsolescence. ow.ly/SAUHV

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troyhunt Please reset your fingers. Thank you. “OPM Hack: 5.6 Million Fingerprints (Not 1.1 Million) Were Stolen”: nbcnews.com/tech/security/…

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Let me just say that this comeback from @edhusicMP last night was choice work and needs to be seen in daylight. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@aleeb88 @feed_the_chooks Sure. I’ll just call the helicopter.

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@aleeb88 @feed_the_chooks Good morning. AndI have no idea where that even is. (And I’m too lazy to look it up.)

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“Border Farce: What happens when you get your passport confiscated by Aust’s new “Border Force” by @JasonChatfield medium.com/@jasonchatfiel…

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I love* the fact that I failed to write the word “write”, Because “write” is what I do for a living.

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@feed_the_chooks Wait. Jesus was the Lamb of God, not the Pork of God. So that’s OK.

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Thu plan, draft: Sausages (in progress); wWrite for @zdnetaustralia; 1500 doctor then vampires; @5at5daily; 1730 @SapphireComms1 drinks.

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SwiftOnSecurity I hope their office chairs double as floatation devices twitter.com/thesecdialogue…

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@wine_o_phile I grew up on a farm, and dad did his own slaughtering and butchering. It’s never pretty.

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@feed_the_chooks Oh good callback. Um, this is getting very complicated now. Is Jesus Naan halal?

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Of course, you probably should ignore my views, because I’m just a pig.

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Sigh. I really don’t care how other people decide what they’ll eat. I figure it’s none of my damn business.

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I think the chicken sausages I bought the other day are halal, so I’ll just fire up the frypan and commit some sharia and eggs for brekky.

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Lulwut? “Culinary Sharia.” Stand Tall. Fight hard. Yes, Bernard. aph.gov.au/DocumentStore.… pic.twitter.com/Y5nGPZh7uM

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joshgnosis “Culinary sharia”. twitter.com/NewtonMark/sta…

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Wondering whether to tweet a link to a thing I wrote about the Tor fan club last year, which ended by comparing them to GumbyGrate.

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@joshgnosis @NewtonMark @AuSenate Mind you, you probably should ignore my views, because I’m just a pig.

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@joshgnosis @NewtonMark @AuSenate True, inquiry Hansard does take a while. I guess it’s question of how much self-hate you get paid for.

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@joshgnosis @NewtonMark @AuSenate Hey Josh, apparently they have these people now who write it all down for later.

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HuffPostUK We will rebuild: Paltry Rutland earthquake roundly mocked huff.to/1V97CiT pic.twitter.com/pZxyhxQU0D

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BTW, I’m not analysing these Tor comments just now. I’m spraying them out for reference as I prepare breakfast, and will get to them later.

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wine_o_phile @stilgherrian Could be a double bluff - say it failed when you have cracked it.

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@evacide The problem language I’ve seen comes not from @torproject but from the crypto-lifestyle fan club, if I may bluntly call it that.

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I wonder whether tweet-readers will be careful enough to notice my use of “some” and “language” and “impression”. No, actually I don’t.

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… And some “Tor is invincible” language strike me as being more like religion than science. Remember “The bomber will always get through”?

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On the other had, cracking Tor strikes me as a thing a security agency might want to try to do, regardless of its chances of success…

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thegrugq There never was any intent to actually develop the “Tor busting” software. It was just a Russian government contracting scam. Calm down. JFC

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thegrugq After the director had built a dacha and bought a car, he canceled the contract “we are unable to complete it, heres some money back”.

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thegrugq Russian company got a contract to do a computer model of an apartment block being assaulted by soldiers; they hired one (1) 15yr old dev.

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thegrugq This was very a standard .ru contracting scam. Take a contact, build a dacha, give back money “sorry, can’t do it” twitter.com/BlogsofWar/sta…

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strangeqargo @BlogsofWar it’s not a firm, it’s an institute, gov-backed. though yeah, it was very funny news from the beginning

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BlogsofWar Russian firm tasked with cracking Tor throws in towel j.mp/1gOQ7Bo

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“This is not some cranky judgment of mine,” writes Greg Sheridan. So there’s that. m.theaustralian.com.au/news/no-defenc…

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fanfiction_txt The android had massive round heavy looking triple LLL cup breast, a massive jiggly round smooth looking belly,

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Thursday. Because you deserve it. Thursday.

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