Thursday, 15 September 2011

Twit Archive - November 2010

The archive continues below the fold. Links to Esquire on Leslie Nielsen, Terry Glavin on George GallowayFrancis Sedgemore on the Twitter Joke Trial, and Francesca Panetta talking to Ira Glass. Warming up.



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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

Leslie Nielsen's tactics for peacekeeping ops http://ow.ly/3gClE @Esquiremag via @Glinner "I have a fart machine that I usually bring"


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JohnRentoul John Rentoul
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"You are my enemy, and all I will say to you for now is: Hey, nice boots" Terry Glavin on George Galloway supporters http://ind.pn/dWdzuH


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm
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@punkyscudmonkey MJ would play Kurtz too- "He looked at least seven feet long - the cage of his ribs all astir, the bones of his arm waving"


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

There are occasionally circumstances where incompetency can be a blessing, keeping you out of all kinds of trouble.


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

Success is failing at ever higher levels. Success, the curse of raised expectations. Success, moving the target nearer 'til you can hit it.


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm



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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

The Life and Death of Col. Blimp, Sequence 69, Exterior: Somewhere in Flanders, 11:00 11/11, http://bit.ly/cHZeUL


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm
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@bowbrick I remember Paxman briefly did Start the Week on R4, 1st guest the Dalai Lama, 1st question, "Non violence, bit stupid, isn't it?"


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

A hollowness nested in sticks, a gutted birdcage, a spinning disc with arm & needle, leg & claw, scratching song, echoing song, tweet-tweet.


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kelliestrom Kellie Strøm

Sticks of bird wood, leaves and feathers together, wood leaves of birds, sticks and string, thread and shell, left empty, nest.


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bowbrick Steve Bowbrick
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"Getting inside the BBC feels like a James Bond movie from the sixties." Ira Glass talks to Francesca Panetta http://bit.ly/dqUVbk

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