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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Aggregate Twitterage

  • 10:03 @trentvanegas and, of course, I am. #
  • 10:06 @unklerupert for kids, Coraline, The Graveyard Book & M Is For Magic to start. Teens sometimes like Stardust & Neverwhere & Anansi Boys. #
  • 10:09 Good morning. It's a beautiful day. I got something finished yesterday and am happier than before. Now I shall pick asparagus for breakfast. #
  • 10:16 @hopefulauthor it was the introduction to a new edition of Douglas Adams' SO LONG, & THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH. #
  • 10:17 @Bixie23 It means wander into the garden with a knife, battle the spears of asparagus, proudly bring some inside and cook them with eggs. #
  • 10:28 For all those people writing to tell me it's 3 pm.... I'm back in the American midwest right now, and it's a beautiful morning. Honest. #
  • 10:45 The joy of garden "shopping". Not enough asparagus yet today, but lots of rhubarb, so it will be rhubarb and yogurt for breakfast instead. #
  • 11:06 @mom2preteens I cooked the rhubarb with some dried apples from last year's crop, and then used honey as a sweetener. #
  • 16:07 The delightful @melissa_marr stopped by. We have seen bees & dog & art. Will send her to sign books in Wayzata tonight #
  • 16:08 Blog entry up: One Blustery Day With Stamps: posted by Neil Good morning. It's a bright, blustery,.. #
  • 17:03 @rodnic66 he is @davemckean #
  • 17:04 @limbonite I did. I was telling her about @doctorow's theory of dandelions vs mammals. #
  • 17:06 @BBratt no, I was the scriptwriter on the english version of Princess Mononoke. #
  • 17:09 @nalohopkinson not to worry... #
  • 17:46 @MrBillyBones you should send him! #
  • 18:24 @jewishspawn it's the 30th anniversary of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. #
  • 18:25 @TwatPoD I think the law of the web is that no-one ever gets out when things stop being cool. We just let them dwindle away... #
  • 18:25 @BBratt they did a "making of?". #
  • 18:26 @naughtybits the apples do most of the work during the year. You just have to pick, slice and put them in a drier at the end. #
  • 19:04 @thestephmerritt the strange thing is that Tony Curtis spends the rest of the year in a field in Wales too, not just when the Festival's on. #
  • 19:14 RT @Glinner: I never, ever do this, but I think it's appropriate to blow my own #twumpet (thanks to all who sent it!!) #
  • 19:27 @JulieWeathers it works for me. #
  • 19:31 @BBratt bless. #
  • 20:04 @Glinner you're welcome! It is a moment of great and high eurovision comedy, after all. #
  • 20:05 @stevyncolgan I know. And believe me, it hurts. #
  • 20:32 @rivvorz given that list , maybe Neverwhere? #
  • 21:24 Nice little NYT piece on reading aloud. I love doing it, and recommend it.... #
  • 21:36 @MrsWerewolf there's a short story called ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD AGAIN and a Sandman story called THE HUNT #
  • 21:52 @Quiara so I would follow you around, reading to you...? #
  • 21:53 Outside, half a dozen teenage boys are bouncing on the trampoline at the same time. I sit in the kitchen musing on liability insurance. #
  • 21:57 @VictoriaTSSF sometimes signed books simply enter the system from other stores, or from returns, or from publisher or warehouse. #
  • 22:36 @teachernz about an hour before they came. Decided it was getting old, and I needed a newer, more dangerous trampoline. #
  • 22:38 @BGFCentral - That's strangely wonderful. Well, it would be if it was actually a mobile phone. #
  • 22:38 @BGFCentral - otherwise it's just a bit mad. #
  • 23:29 @emmastraub we feel your pain, Emma. Possibly, randomly killing someone might take the edge of your misery. Do you have any weaponry? #
  • 00:24 @adibis depends what kind of books you like. Those two tend to divide people. #
  • 00:50 @amber_benson if you see Amy, say hi from me. #
  • 00:55 @WoodsmanHans Ee, luxury! When I were a boy we used to *dream* of getting drunk-dialled by Lesbians.We had tribadists drunk-telegraphing us. #
  • 01:34 @melissa_marr the bees haven't stopped talking about it. #
  • 01:55 @ThatKarenB semaphore? We would have given our eye teeth for semaphore.! We had 2 tin cans & a piece of string if we were lucky. #
  • 01:56 @TrishaBabbitt it was an attempt to recreate a moment from a humourous sketch originally from At Last the 1948 Show. #
  • 02:04 @TrishaBabbitt Monty Python did it too. #
  • 02:52 @AngelAlanaHall hullo. #
  • 02:54 @thesarahcoleman I hope you're following @GodTheMother as well, then. Keep the balance... #
  • 02:56 Stem-cell research Doc here: in the US you 've 14 days to register opinions (99% of opinions are organised & against ) #
  • 03:07 (If you just want to retweet it) Your opinion is needed: Go to the site linked &say you support it #stemcellresearch #
  • 03:23 (And don't just retweet. Comment too. Go to, the gov't site, and tell them what you think.) #
  • 03:39 #stemcellresearch sends you to and from there to to comment on stem cell research (a good thing) #
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