The short-form week of 11–17 Mar 2013

18 Mar 2013

The week in review, 140 characters at a time.

This document was created automatically from my archive of my Twitter stream. Due to limitations in the Twitter API and occasional glitches in my archiving system, it may not be 100% complete.

In a conversation that started on Monday at 03:08pm

Vatican says that it never has enough money to help the poor but can always find enough money to buy Europe's largest gay sauna.—@kendall
@kendall Priorities, man.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Monday at 03:30pm

CORRECT. I am wishing RIVER SONG a HAPPY BIRTHDAY. I do NOT want HER to SHOOT ME in the FACE, TOO. #Mercy—@DalekThay
@DalekThay No mercy for you, buddy.—@ndw

Monday at 05:26pm

I liked capitalism better when it had competition.—@simonstl

Tuesday at 12:10am

“I dunno, let’s see if anyone tries to kill us and work backwards.” #drwho—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Tuesday at 07:57am

RT@NDW: we're on a journey here. And no, it's not the journey from birth to death. It's a journey from way before birth to long after death.—@amiisworo
.@amiisworo I never said that. The journey is only from birth to death. There is nothing else. Never was. Never will be. Carpe Diem.—@ndw
@ndw is apparently a gangster rapper- @amiisworo—@drabshadow

Tuesday at 10:02pm

You have an international web site. I login. My timezone is in my profile. You list downtime only in PST. You are a moron. And it’s PDT now.—@ndw

Thursday at 11:43pm

“You can’t archive something that hasn’t happened yet.” “You can’t.” #drwho—@ndw

Friday at 08:43am

“Updates are being installed (2 of 43)”. I guess my “quick reboot” to check something just became…not quick. FFS.—@ndw

Friday at 10:21am

Gmail + imap = accidental inbox 0. Back to pop3, I guess. Oh, and feel free to bug me about that thing I’ve now lost the tickler for.—@ndw

Saturday at 04:42pm

RT @Swizec: You know you're using Emacs when you fatfinger a shortcut and accidentally start a game of Pong.—@ndw

In a conversation that started on Sunday at 12:18am

I still find it amazing that this piece of chocolate comes wrapped in metal--mined from the earth--and I toss it in the trash when done.—@mdubinko
@mdubinko if it makes you feel better, know that eventually we'll be mining our landfills for metals.—@ndw