OpenPGP Key Transition

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Date: 6 November 2020

OpenPGP Key Transition Statement for Robin Frousheger

I have created a new OpenPGP key and will be transitioning away from my
old key. The old key has not been compromised but has been set to
expire soon. All future correspondence should be encrypted to the new
key, and will be making signatures with the new key going forward.

The old key was:

pub   rsa4096/0xA3BB33F1D10E00CA 2015-03-18
      Key fingerprint = 090D 0FFB BD28 176A E975  414B A3BB 33F1 D10E 00CA

The new key is:

pub   nistp521/0xC9E2B560F00859EF 2020-10-28
      Key fingerprint = 2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF

To fetch the full key from a public key server, you can simply do:

  gpg --keyserver --recv-key '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF'

Or direct download from my website:

  wget --quiet --output-document=- | gpg --import

If you already know my old key, you can now verify that the new key is
signed by the old one:

  gpg --check-sigs '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF'

If you don't already know my old key, or you just want to be double
extra paranoid, you can check the fingerprint against the one above:

  gpg --fingerprint '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF'

The new key can also verified with Web Key Directory[0]

  gpg-wks-client --verbose --check

If you are satisfied that you've got the right key, and the UIDs match
what you expect, I'd appreciate it if you would sign my key. You can
do that by issuing the following command:

  gpg --sign-key '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF'

I'd like to receive your signatures on my key. You can either send me
an e-mail with the new signatures (optionally encrypted):

  gpg --armor --export '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF' > unencrypted.asc
  gpg --export '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF' | gpg --armor --encrypt --recipient '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF' > encrypted.asc

Or you can upload your signatures to a public keyserver directly:

  gpg --keyserver --send-key '2E17 305E 1F89 3819 B7FF  9F63 C9E2 B560 F008 59EF'

To verify the integrity of this statement:

  wget --quiet --output-document=- | gpg --verify

Additionally, I highly recommend that you implement a mechanism to keep
your key material up-to-date so that you obtain the latest revocations,
and other updates in a timely manner.

  gpg --refresh-keys

Please let me know if you have any questions, or problems, and sorry
for the inconvenience.




Alternate copies available at Key-Transition-20201106.txt ( or

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Rebuilding the Holiday – Pt3

Short-form notes on rebuilding the MooresCloud Holiday Lights from scratch and making the lights work.

This is part 3/3, it covers building the fresh OS onto a memory card.

You will need:

  • A set of the lights with serial port access (from part 1)
  • The flattened devicetree blob imx23-holiday.dtb created in part 2
  • A Linux computer (sorry Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10 won’t cut it this time), with a serial terminal (Putty, Screen, Minicom, Cutecom, etc)
  • A microSD port or adapter for the computer (e.g. full-size SD adapter, USB microSD adapter, etc)
  • An extra memory card (microSD, 2GB or greater, Class 4 or better recommended)
  • A wireless network to which you can connect the Holiday
  • The latest Arch Linux ARM (‘ALARM’) for ARMv5 (
  • The following packages from the ALARM package repository for the ‘arm’ architecture:
    • dialog
    • iw
    • libnl
    • sudo
    • uboot-olinuxino
    • wpa_supplicant


  1. Remove the original memory card from the lights and put it somewhere safe, you know, just in case
  2. Follow the OLinuXino installation guide to install the base OS onto your new memory card
  3. Before dismounting the memory card
    1. copy the downloaded packages to /root on the card
    2. copy the devicetree blob to /boot/dtbs/imx23-holiday.dtb
    3. edit /boot/uEnv.txt file and add the following line:
  4. Connect your serial interface to the holiday and start your terminal (115200,8N1 no flow control)
  5. Power On!
  6. Let everything settle and login as user ‘root’ password ‘root’
  7. Set a new hostname
    hostnamectl set-hostname 'festum' # or another holiday name
  8. Install the packages
    pacman -U /root/dialog*
    pacman -U /root/libnl*
    pacman -U /root/iw*
    pacman -U /root/sudo*
    pacman -U /root/uboot*
    pacman -U /root/wpa_supplicant*
  9. You may need to set your terminal window size
    stty rows 50 columns 132 # substitute your terminal size
  10. Set up the wireless connection
    wifi-menu -o # Select your wireless network, enter your password, etc
    netctl start wlan0-YourSSID
    netctl enable wlan0-YourSSID
    visudo # remove "# " from the line "%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL"
  11. Log back in as user ‘alarm’ password ‘alarm’, and test sudo
    sudo -i
  12. Change the root password and lock it from normal login
    passwd --lock root
  13. Change the alarm user password
  14. Test logging back in as user ‘alarm’ and your new password

That’s it! You have a fresh, clean Arch Linux ARM install, ready for anything. πŸ™‚

I haven’t done much more than this at present, other than recompile the programs from the original Holiday-Dist repository and show that the lights work.

My versions, which use the iMX23 hardware SPI port and use less processor time than the originals can be found in my Github fork:

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Rebuilding the Holiday – Pt2

Short-form notes on rebuilding the MooresCloud Holiday Lights from scratch and making the lights work.

This is part 2/3, it covers building a custom devicetree blob for the Holiday.

You will need:

  • A computer running Ubuntu or ‘Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10’ (other Linux variants will work, and probably macOS too, but I haven’t tested and documented them)
  • My imx23-holiday.dts source file from [Make sure you download the RAW file to use – I don’t want to link directly to the raw content so I don’t have to update the link if I make revisions…]
  • The latest copy of Linux kernel source code from (linux-4.x.x.tar.xz)


  1. Install the development tools you’ll need to generate the devicetree blob
    sudo apt-get install build-essential gcc-arm-none-eabi
  2. Unpack the Linux kernel
    tar xJf linux-4.x.x.tar.xz
    cd linux-4.x.x/
  3. Copy the downloaded imx23-holiday.dts file to arch/arm/boot/dts/imx23-holiday.dts
    cp ../imx23-holiday.dts arch/arm/boot/dts/imx23-holiday.dts
  4. Compile the devicetree source (dts) to a devicetree blob (dtb)
    make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-none-eabi- mxs_defconfig
    make ARCH=arm CROSS_COMPILE=arm-none-eabi- imx23-holiday.dtb
  5. Copy the resulting imx23-holiday.dtb file to somewhere you can use it for step 3
    cp arch/arm/boot/dts/imx23-holiday.dtb ../imx23-holiday.dtb

Easy enough, now move on to part 3 where we’ll build the fresh Arch Linux ARM onto a new memory card.

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Rebuilding the Holiday – Pt1

Short-form notes on rebuilding the MooresCloud Holiday Lights from scratch and making the lights work.

This is part 1/3, it covers getting access to the memory card and serial port.

You will need:

  • A set of the lights
  • #1 Phillips screwdriver
  • A strip of 3 0.1″ header pins or socket (cut up a 40-pin strip)
  • Soldering iron, solder, and beginner soldering skills (well, maybe not your 1st time soldering, ok?)
  • 3.3v TTL serial interface (Something like this CH340G-based one)
  • Jumper wires to match your headers pins and serial interface (e.g. Jumper Wires F/F)
  • A computer, with a serial terminal (Putty, Screen, Minicom, Cutecom, etc)


  1. Follow Kean’s guide to opening the lights
  2. Solder the 3 header pins into J3, on the ‘bottom’ of the board (same side as the usb port and power plug) so you can still assemble the case with them installed. Make sure you notice which of the solder pads is square – this is pin 1 (hint, the one next to the label J3 on the top, or near D2 on the bottom, see below)
  3. While you’ve got the iron warm, solder 8 more header pins into J9 on the other edge. These are not required for any of this process, but how can you resist a set of holes labelled “Hack Me!” ??
  4. Connect the J3 pins to your serial interface, remember:
    • Pin 1 rx -> tx
    • Pin 2 tx -> rx
    • Pin 3 gnd -> gnd
  5. Start a serial terminal on your computer @ 115200,8N1
  6. Put the memory card and wifi adapter back into their ports and apply power to the lights (maybe don’t close the case until we’ve made it through to reliably booting the new OS πŸ˜‰ )
  7. Watch the boot process scroll through your terminal

That’s all for this step. In part 2 we’ll build a devicetree blob so the linux kernel knows how to use the hardware.

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Time passes … more time passes …

Fast-forward another 4 years and we find the plucky Froosh family in a slightly different part of Greensborough, debt free, renting a nearly-new house in a great leafy setting.

The time hasn’t been without its trials, two of the family members experiencing severe depression and (thankfully) receiving treatment before any serious, permanent damage was done.

I think ‘normal’ was perhaps a lofty goal, but ‘stable’ is more achievable πŸ˜€

As I’m one of the depression-affected humans, I’m glad to say that things are looking up: meds appear to be working as designed and with very little in the way of side effects. I may even blog more. Looking back, I’m beginning to suspect I’ve been seriously depressed for over 2 years, and mild-to-moderately depressed for perhaps 5 years or more. I’ve been thinking clearer and more consistently than I remember doing so for a loooong time.

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Nearly 3 years…

Hmm, so it’s been nearly 3 years since I posted here. Can I get away with this:

Stuff. It happened.

Perhaps not.

In short, thanks to a great deal of financial support and trust from my parents we were able to sort out the house, sell it, and clear most of our debts along with it. We didn’t make as much profit as we’d hoped, but we did offload it at just about the right time. If it has gone on much longer we’d have lost about 5-10k per month in falling house prices.

Due again to finances, we didn’t make the move in close to the city as planned but have made it a few steps closer, to Greensborough.

This means easy access to close shops, public transport, and other facilities such as the pool and gym. The monster-sized kiddo is going to a great high school and has more friends and close acquaintances than I had dreamed of at that age. Importantly, we live close enough that ‘can I go to [x] place?’ and ‘can [x] come over?’ are simple questions with easy, achievable answers. πŸ˜€

It’s not quite ‘happily ever after’ … but it is pretty close.

We still have a (relatively tiny) debt but should be clear of that in the next 12-18 months, after which I intend to remain free of all debt and encumbrance. We may never purchase another house, and that’s ok. We can rent anywhere/anywhen we like.

Things are feeling more settled, maybe even normal

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The Plan

I have a plan. Well, a strategy. Or something like that. So begins the rambling.

Currently we live in the middle of fscking nowhere aka Doreen, Victoria. This is not surprising to us, we bought the house. But we bought it when our life was quite a bit different, then it took far too long to build, and we came to resent it … it is not home, it is just a house.

We need to leave. For the following reasons (and more):\

  • Social: we actually have friends now, and are getting out to see bands, exhibitions, and more
  • Time: I spend 3+ h0urs a day travelling to/from work. The boy spends over an hour travelling each day, and doesn’t live near enough to school friends to make visits feasible
  • Financial: bad financial decisions, Tessa not being able to work productively (travel and expenses make it almost a zero-return effort)
  • Resentment: We can’t forget the ill-will generated during the build

So we have this plan. It goes something like this:

  1. clean up the house and yard so that we can pitch it as a ‘clean slate’ – we’re in the middle of a huge development area, so if we can provide a house 80% done, someone can “make their mark” and their home without the hassle of building
  2. rent in Brunswick, Carlton, Northcote, or somewhere similar – maximum 30 mins door-to-door for me to/from work on public transport, 10 mins or so each way for the boy
  3. live happily ever after

But there is a problem. I’m lacking a tactic, a short-term technique. This will take some capital, some dosh, moola, folding stuff. I dont have it. I can’t seem to hold on to it long enough.

I am heading into despair, watching every payday come and go, yet making no headway. I have debt, stupid dept, large debt. In addition to the mortgage. Servicing that debt is preventing the saving, and preventing (thankfully I think) new debt aka temporary capital.

This wont be a problem once the house is sold, as we’ve had a substantial capital value increase in the house and land since we bought it nearly 4 years ago. We’ll clear the mortgage and all our debt and still have a substantial investment amount, we’ll be able to pay rent up front, bonds, etc easily.

But we cant do that today. We’re stuck in the mud. Slowly sinking. Going mad.

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Delicious Super Fudge Brownies


  • 200g dark or milk chocolate chopped roughly
  • 200g butter chopped roughly
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 Cup of castor Sugar
  • 1 Teaspoon of Vanilla extract
  • 1 1/3 cups of Plain Flour
  • ¼ cup of Cocoa Powder


  1. Preheat oven to moderate 180C. Brush a shallow 20*30cm tin with oil or melted butter. Line the base with baking paper extending over the 2 long sides of the tin
  2. Melt the chocolate and butter over the stove or in the microwave. Stir until well combined and leave to cool slightly
  3. Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla extract together with a wire whisk until combined and sugar has started to dissolve.
  4. Add Chocolate mixture to Egg mixture and then gradually sift in flour and cocoa. Stir until just combined
  5. Pour into tin and bake for 45 Γ’β‚¬β€œ 50 minutes Γ’β‚¬β€œ can be under done if you prefer a more soft centre
  6. Allow to cool completely in the tin before refrigerating for 2-3 hours at least or until set solid.
  7. Cut into small squares to serve
  8. May be decorated with white chocolate for a special treat
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Tech.Ed 2009

[This is a belated and incomplete post, but since I’m unlikely to finish it, might as well publish what I threw together in the airport on the day after]

Wow, where to start?  Tech.Ed is the Microsoft IT geek yearly pilgrimage, held this year on the Gold Coast, as it was 2 years ago for my first attendance.

A quick summary of my Gold Coast experience:

  • Really, there are a lot of retirees here.
  • Those who are not retirees are young women wearing very little, and repeatedly trying to pull it down/up to cover the exposed areas.
  • The rest are visiting families trying to take their 4yo kids into restaurants, bars, etc. The men are usually being chided for looking at the young women mentioned above.
  • The weather is the same every day. WhatÒ€ℒs the point in that? Bah, give me Melbourne with its highly diverse weather experience. πŸ™‚

Tech.Ed this year was always going to be a strange one with the offering of a free mini laptop (netbook) to all attendees Γ’β‚¬β€œ a world first for Microsoft Australia (I think). The laptop offering did mean compromises has to be made in other areas, but on the whole I think was an extremely positive result.

With 2500+ netbooks, other laptops, iPhones, Blackberrys, and Windows Mobile phones all wanting to have wireless internet access throughout the conference centre, wifi was a big challenge. I think Microsoft, Cisco, and the GCCEC did a superb job in meeting that challenge and were only prevented from receiving top marks due to the actions of a few selfish, idiotic attendees who seemed to feel entitled to BitTorrent and deny excellent service to the other geeks out to learn and enjoy the experience.

Actually, that would have to be the common sour theme for my Tech.Ed experience this year: the selfish gits who canÒ€ℒt seem to show common courtesy to their fellow geeks. So, a grab-bag of gripes IÒ€ℒve had:

  • Bandwidth hogging is not cool on the conference network.
  • Getting drunk and being silly is up to you, but donÒ€ℒt puke anywhere in/near the conference centre.
  • Set your phones to silent when in a session. Seriously, how fscking hard is it to do this? Are you all retards? Everyone is permitted one mistake, but the repeat offenders deserve stabbing in the eye.
  • Similar to the above, donÒ€ℒt talk in sessions, especially about crap that is not related to the session topic. If you are bored, quietly pack up and leave.
  • When wait staff are guarding a table of food so that it may be shared equitably amongst attendees, donÒ€ℒt make their job harder by trying to get the food. Pay attention and be patient. Queue jumpers make it worse for everybody. Again, one warning should have been enough, not every single meal time. Idiots.
  • Last, and least, when Question and Answer time happens at the end of a session, donÒ€ℒt bug the presenters about your specific technical fault. Ask a generalised tech fault question, ask about how it works, what the future of the product is, ask for contact details and preferred subject matter (ie. Do they want to hear you specific tech fault?), but donÒ€ℒt monopolise the presenterÒ€ℒs time for something that isnt relevant to the other 20+ people waiting to speak with them.

ThatÒ€ℒs enough whinging, now for something more positive: the sessions, content, and presenters.

Tech.Ed (and just about any other technical IT event) are plagued by demonstration failures. Examples that work perfectly 100 times will fail once on the screen in a session. Hardware will fail, power will fail, fingers and brains will refuse to co-operate once on stage. This is normal. Most presenters can, and did, cope with the situation appropriately and still have very successful sessions. Congratulations to them all, its a hard gig presenting to highly technical and critical geeks. Geeks who often feel they know more about any topic than the presenter (or anyone else at the conference).

[todo: insert sessions attended here]

[todo: favourite presenters]

[todo: dreamworld event]

[todo: social events]

[todo: conclusion]

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  • Huh? How come I've only just heard about @BarCampMelb less than a week away? Publicity FAIL. Also, planning FAIL – I'm already booked out πŸ™ #
  • Anyway, kiddo dropped off for school camp, critical change for DVC made, coffee consumed. Now working from home until Dr appt. #
  • Thankfully #badoptus 3G (non-iPhone this time) is working slowly but reliably. @Internode needs to kick @Telsra wholesale some more πŸ™ #
  • Oh. And friend who was using my Optus data has run it over the 5G cap. Excess fees this month :/ #fb #
  • @BarCampMelb Hmm, SSL cert fail πŸ™ in reply to BarCampMelb #
  • @rickybuchanan Yes, that does seem likely, or perhaps I started ignoring it because I was already busy :/ Sad I cant go though. in reply to rickybuchanan #
  • I expect that #auteched snacks and meals will swamp the #wiafl "What I ate for lunch" tag. #
  • @damana Hehe, we'll have to see what we can sneak you into πŸ™‚ in reply to damana #
  • @damana LOL, disguise? Pretend it's #dragoncon and come in Storm Trooper gear (or Master Chief FTW). The geeks will cheer and let you in πŸ™‚ in reply to damana #
  • moar coffee req'd. strangely it's not making itself and being delivered to my desk. manual override initiated. #
  • @BronwenZ @damana yay for GGD! I've managed to sweet-talk my way into an invite, sounds like great fun! in reply to BronwenZ #
  • @BronwenZ Yes, have registered on Eventbrite πŸ™‚ in reply to BronwenZ #
  • listening to "Moby – Wait For Me" ? #
  • Gettinh antsy for #auteched and guilty about abandoning @TessaFroosh for a week. Conflicted. #
  • @Alegrya rofl. were any netbooks actually injured in the @Jorke incident? (@NickHodge?) in reply to Alegrya #
  • @Alegrya – bewdiful. Ok, but I'll stop hating when I get there this time(ish) tomorrow πŸ™‚ #
  • And I'm off to a Dr appt. to see about my brain. #
  • @rosiex thx, evidently sick brain is making me miss/forget things. in reply to rosiex #
  • Yay/Boo. @Internode tell me they know why my Internets are borkened. But there is no ETA for fixage πŸ™ Local @Telstra wholesale issue. #
  • Yay/Boo. Dr says my brain exists and is not evidently broken. Trying new migraine meds with diagnostic and therapeutic benefits. #
  • Wait what??!! I have DSL link in last 5 mins! w00t!! #
  • @MamaBearRed So, more yay/boo. Yay, is getting new drive = music happiness. Boo, #withdrawal! πŸ™‚ in reply to MamaBearRed #
  • @BarCampMelb 'Sokay, Perspectives is now picking it up and satisfies my paranoia πŸ™‚ in reply to BarCampMelb #
  • @calrion Been with @Internode for about a year, very happy. Only prob is that it's Telstra wholesale. in reply to calrion #
  • Hey, now my DSL is back I can tune into SkepTrack #dragoncon. 'Cept there's nothing on now and I wont be around tonight. Oh well, next year. #
  • @evilsnoofy Yup, same here, variably get 128k-1500k on my '1500' plan due to congestion πŸ™ in reply to evilsnoofy #
  • ok, trying new meds … now. Lets see how we go! #
  • conundrum = new meds are good but are they actually working or am i just high? #
  • Awake. Buzzing. Squeee! Shh, dont wake @TessaFroosh yet. Breakfast, final pack. Then off to work, and away to #auteched! #fb #
  • Aww, Melbourne is so sweet putting on such a display of my favourite weather! I'll miss you Melbourne for the week I'll be away. #
  • @podblack Hope you had a fantastic #dragoncon, it's a surreal experience. Sadly, the signoff panel is the 1st content I've seen :/ in reply to podblack #
  • #auteched journey start: 6:40; pt 1: private car, 5 minutes; pt 2: bus, 30 mins #
  • #auteched journey pt 3: train, 45 mins; pt 4: tram, 10 mins #
  • Boarding pass and #auteched entry ticket printed. Time for a coffee at Seven Seeds p'raps. #

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  • </lazyday> #
  • @weirdwhim haloumi = win. Chocolate = win. Haloumi = chocolate. QED. #
  • Pushing Daisies time. πŸ™‚ #

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  • Dropped @TessaFroosh at the evil overlord's house of dull tedious torture (aka work). Kiddo ballet lesson/rehearsal from 11:30 to 3:30. Meh. #
  • Mildly envious of the fun to be had at #pax #dragoncon or #burningman whilst I while away the hours today. But I have #auteched this week!!! #
  • Dear @Internode plz hurry up and kick Telstra into fixing my DSL. #badOptus 3G data suxors on the fringe of suburban melbourne. πŸ™ #
  • @kerryank gratz! Fantastic! Race/class/talent? Good work. in reply to kerryank #
  • @Maab πŸ™ sad news. Travel safe and best wishes for you and your family. in reply to Maab #
  • Huh? Is the new TMBG album not available on iTunes? Or just not on iTunes aus? πŸ™ wanted new listening while waiting for kiddo to do ballet. #
  • Hmm, is there an iPhone friendly stream of #dragoncon Skeptrac vision? #
  • Heartening sight: 'gang' of tween-ish boys heading back from a shopping trip to the bookstore arguing the comparitive merits of their books. #
  • Hehe. Hmm. 1st rehearsal for my bit part in kiddo's ballet performance completed. I feel so graceless next to these kids and dance partner.. #
  • Ooh. Having some #srslywtfamidoing thoughts about going on stage. #
  • Quitely hating on people (parents who should know better) who leave doors open that were previously closed. Tards. #
  • @TheWych excellent! Hippo birdies two ewes deer fella. Hope you have a great day. in reply to TheWych #
  • .@GordonRyan also, the conference/convention 3-2-1 rule applies: at least 3hrs sleep, minimum 2 meals, and compulsory 1 shower! #auteched in reply to GordonRyan #
  • @coliwilso #thatswhatshesaid πŸ˜› in reply to coliwilso #
  • Woohoo, kiddo passed to his 'god'/fsm/lol-father for the evening! #
  • @jodiem @aeoth iPhone or WM6+ phone with emergency 3G data/tethering allowance also works well I find πŸ™‚ in reply to jodiem #
  • @aeoth like me right now … Crappy Telstra wholesale not fixing my DSL -2 days offline so far. Only access via iPhone & tether. in reply to aeoth #
  • I'm such a hopeless romantic, in that I am actually hopeless at romance. #
  • @aeoth not create the posting group, but choose a posting group if any exist. in reply to aeoth #
  • @aeoth select 'default' or a specific posting group (if any are found) #
  • @Scarlettjen I'm a leaf on the wind! in reply to Scarlettjen #
  • Ha! Watched some Mylie Cyrus music vid with horses, but I thought (wished?) the horses were velociraptors. Thx brain, that was fun. πŸ˜€ #
  • Foxtel support is really not fun to deal with. IQ box issues, std response, reformat, delete everything. Why do I bother using it? Torrents. #
  • Meaning it would be far more satisfying to save on the Foxtel expense and torrent everything. Have enjoyed the new shows found on foxtel tho #
  • @coliwilso seems to be all foxtel is good for: sports. HD content is just about all sport also. I have to torrent my ch7 content anyway… in reply to coliwilso #
  • @Dianne_ oh noes πŸ™ no #dragoncon Skeptrack #dcskep for you! I'm without internets too – I know your pain. in reply to Dianne_ #
  • @maxcelcat excellent! The mini-dozer πŸ™‚ in reply to maxcelcat #
  • @Dianne_ it must be good to have survived being thrown off the balcony! πŸ˜‰ in reply to Dianne_ #
  • So, how do I tell exactly how much of my #badoptus mobile data I've used? Do I have enough to watch some #dragoncon I wonder? #
  • Cuddles and book reading time. Dm or @ only. L8rs and/or gnight. #

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