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Katarina Frogpond2
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Posted: 23 Jun 11 23:48 - Edited By: Katarina Frogpond2, 24 Jun 11 00:13
This is the third night I've spent just following them on twitter. I think this is what happens to crack cocaine addicts.

I've realised something funny about twitter. If you retweet someone's comment and then reply to the comment, it looks as if your actually talking to them.

And if you go back through all of their tweets you can manipulate the text so it looks like they're answering you back.

Its funny.


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Posted: 24 Jun 11 07:42
Eeek!

You've hacked the hackers Kat.

Top tip, dat.

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Posted: 24 Jun 11 08:04
One thing I've realised is, if you go up to a complete stranger in the street and say "Hello", they think you're a weirdo, but to other people it looks like you're actually talking to them.

Marvellous technology innit.

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Posted: 24 Jun 11 10:56
Ha Ha. I like that one. I've hacked the hackers.

And its very true about people on the street, Mark. I might try that next.

But I think I might pick a less scary target for my fake twitter chats. I'll have a think about who might be good. Someone a little bit volatile who might actually come on my site to argue with me. That would be funny.

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Posted: 24 Jun 11 15:30

Quote: Mark

One thing I've realised is, if you go up to a complete stranger in the street and say "Hello", they think you're a weirdo, but to other people it looks like you're actually talking to them.

Marvellous technology innit.

With a bit of Cold Reading you can make complete strangers think they know you.

This works especially well when you see somebody get out of a car with a licence plate that spells a name. You can greet the person by name, and then use cold reading to let them fill in all the blanks.

It's always good for a giggle when you're waiting for somebody.

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Posted: 24 Jun 11 16:34
Stoppit Iain!

You're starting to scare me...

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Posted: 25 Jun 11 22:58
I don't understand what all the fuss is about Twitter.

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Posted: 25 Jun 11 23:14
Talent is not required to publish globally many inane thoughts that would be better left unsaid.





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Posted: 25 Jun 11 23:49
My lips are sealed.

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 01:10 - Edited By: victor nicholas, 26 Jun 11 02:34
If you could get over that you would be a good Twitterer.

There as some good bits to it, a bit like a treasure hunt if you are up to it and have the bother.

Here is one I like from Elizabeth Lane

"By night she is maudlin, distracted. By day she sleeps a rapturous sleep, floating over surreal images of molten anvils & irons & elephants."


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Posted: 26 Jun 11 13:34
Sounds like my kind of woman.


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If you could get over that you would be a good Twitterer.

There as some good bits to it, a bit like a treasure hunt if you are up to it and have the bother.

Here is one I like from Elizabeth Lane

"By night she is maudlin, distracted. By day she sleeps a rapturous sleep, floating over surreal images of molten anvils & irons & elephants."


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Posted: 26 Jun 11 16:57
You may like VicDarkwood as well

"Met a bloke in the Doghouse , Kennington, on Friday who could quote excerpts from Schwitters' Ursonate Great to meet a fellow wastrel."


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Posted: 26 Jun 11 17:10
I write this while listening to a performance of Ursonate. If ever you start to feel too sane, I recommend listening to this masterpiece.

Like I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman, it is available on Youtube. Like I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman, it is not for the faint of heart.

Kurt Schwitters was buried at Ambleside, near where I live. He was later dug up and moved to Germany, but the gravestone is still in the churchyard at Ambleside.

But let me not be dubbed a wastrel. A common loafer, yes. A wastrel, no. There is a crucial difference.



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Posted: 26 Jun 11 17:18
One to savour:

Ursonate

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 17:38
Wow.

Too hardcore for me mate.

I gave up at 2:28

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 18:00
I just wish Whistling Jack Smith had recorded a version of that. That would have been something.

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 18:12 - Edited By: victor nicholas, 26 Jun 11 18:15
If you want someone to leave the conversation quoting from Ursonate is a good option next to making dolphin sounds.

Too bad it is in German, I can't understand a word of it.

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 18:55
It's when you start understanding it that the trouble begins.


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If you want someone to leave the conversation quoting from Ursonate is a good option next to making dolphin sounds.

Too bad it is in German, I can't understand a word of it.


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Posted: 26 Jun 11 21:10
True, true, everytime I drink beer and eat wurst I want to go to war as well.

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Posted: 26 Jun 11 21:16
Ha Ha.

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Posted: 27 Jun 11 05:49
Ursonate - part of a conversation I heard between two yokels discussing cows while leaning on a five-bar gate. The other replied, 'aye but ur over there ursaten'

Personally I prefer 'Four minutes, thirty-three seconds'.

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Posted: 27 Jun 11 08:14
Vic...

"I eat at this German-Chinese restaurant and the food is delicious. The only problem is that an hour later you're hungry for power."

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Posted: 27 Jun 11 08:47
Bit like Chinese women Pin

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Posted: 27 Jun 11 10:15 - Edited By: pinxit, 27 Jun 11 10:15
SHHHHHHHHHHHH!

I told you about her in confidence, Lyntie-baby.

And the ping-pong balls...

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Posted: 27 Jun 11 12:26
Do you like my tan?

The shower was running rusty.

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Vic...

"I eat at this German-Chinese restaurant and the food is delicious. The only problem is that an hour later you're hungry for power."

Dick Cavett


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