Bill Saves Me From Typing Samuel’s Persiflage #11

The Silly Season

December 19th, 2006 at 08:39pm

“Tis the season for loopy characters…tra la la la la, la la la la”

It looks like I’ve been turned into a Wikipedia article for the second time, and much like last time it’s a load of tripe. I will be proposing that it be deleted.
(Update 11:46PM: The article has been deleted despite a protest without explanation from its author “Sabiby”. End Update)

Samuel gordon stewart
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[1]Samuel Gordon Stewart [2]is a notable blogger of small fame in his home city of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Through his massive web-site updated many times a day containing often peculiar writings of his day to day routine, dreams, letters to politicians, Canberra news and his now strained relationship with Bradley Murdoch, all written in a confusing style jumping between first and third person, along with his pod cast Australian Independent Radio [3], numerous cartoon series [4]and hilarious and often vicious insults and criticism his blog attracts and posts, Samuel Gordon Stewart is often mentioned on many web-sites, has won Australian blogging awards and has gained fame on more main stream local media. Media such as AM1052 2CA, FM104.7, The Canberra Times, Prime News, and various other smaller community media publications and broad casts regularly give mention to Samuel or publish/broadcast comments from him. Through continued mention in the media, his large numbers of letters to the editor of many local papers being published, and word of mouth publicity, Samuel Gordon Stewart has gained local fame to be a cult hero in the league of other well known Canberra personalities such as Limestone Lizzy, Northbourne Nattily, or Civic’s Crocodile Man.


Saint Samuel Gordon Stewart first martyr of RiotACT

Sources: The Canberra Times: Friday 2nd of June 2006, Monday 26th June 2006, Wednesday 13th August 2006, Tuesday 21st November 2006

The Queanbeyan Chronicle: Tuesday 7th March 2006, Thursday 6th July 2006

The Tuggeranong Chronicle: Friday 15th September 2006

Thanks to anonymous writer “hello” for the heads-up, even if I think you are the author of the article.

In more exciting news, “the ginger bread man” is back, with another fake email address.

From……: the ginger bread man

Subject…: oh sammy, sam, sam…

you do remember me dont you sammy?
how is mr hat? still alive? i havent seen him in any photos of you?
but i have seen you and your cute doggy walking atop mount ainslie at dawn.
can u guess who i am?

As I said in response to your last email, I can think of a few people that you could be, all of whom I had minimal contact with, and haven’t seen in years…I suspect that most of them have matured slightly beyond your level of maturity though.

Hat is fine, living a peaceful retirement in a cupboard.

Perhaps I have forgotten mentioning a dawn foray up Mount Ainslie with my “cute doggy” (how good are you at research, what is his/her name, gender and breed?), but to the best of my knowledge I have not mentioned it, which leads into your next question:

can u guess who i am?

My psychopathic stalker? The Suffolk Strangler? Oh, wait I know, you’re the paranoid coin eater from Neptune.

Are you having fun continuing something which wasn’t funny in school? Bullying was hardly funny then, don’t expect me to find it funny now.


Entry Filed under: Bizarreness,Lunacy/Idiots

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  • 1. Jey  |  December 19th, 2006 at 9:02 pm

    You’ve been in the mainstream media?
    Have you got links or something to this?

  • 2. Jey  |  December 19th, 2006 at 9:03 pm

    Oh it’s a load of tripe, so is that bit tripe too?

    Who’s the crocodile man of Civic??

  • 3. Samuel  |  December 19th, 2006 at 11:45 pm

    The entire quoted article is tripe…but yes, I’m also wondering who the crocodile man of Civic is.

    It would appear that “Sabiby”, the author of the Wikipedia article, intends to dispute my request for speedy deletion, but has so far not provided an explanation. It’s been over an hour since the dispute, it must be hard to come up with a reason to keep the article.

  • 4. Samuel  |  December 19th, 2006 at 11:46 pm

    Time’s up Sabiby…the article is gone!

  • 5. Jey  |  December 20th, 2006 at 6:53 am

    How’s your health?
    I was getting better, on the second round of antibiotics, but now my throat and glands are all sore again.

    This really is the bloody super flu plague!

  • 6. John B1_B5  |  December 20th, 2006 at 10:53 am

    Could we have a picture of Mr. Hat please Samuel .

  • 7. Bearded Clam  |  December 20th, 2006 at 11:42 am

    Could we have a picture of Mr Hat on Natties back?

  • 8. randombrainwave  |  December 20th, 2006 at 7:22 pm

    If Tim Blair can’t have a wikipedia entry, there’s not much chance that Sam can get one…

  • 9. Samuel  |  December 21st, 2006 at 12:37 am

    Jey, I’m feeling better, but still fatigued, however I think I should be able to get through a day without dozing off…hopefully, we’ll see what happens.

    I’m sorry to hear about your flu getting worse, needless to say I hope you get better very soon.

    John, I suppose so, he is actually an Ainslie Primary School hat (before they went all silly and historical and changed their name back to “Ainslie School”…and shortened the playing fields, and replaced the rugby posts with soccer posts, amongst other things…that place isn’t anything like it was when I was there).

    Bearded clam, no.

    Randombrainwave…oh I can get one even if I don’t want one, I can also get it deleted rapidly.

  • 10. Jey  |  December 23rd, 2006 at 6:53 pm

    Feeling better, finally!
    Hopefully my energy levels soon pick up too.

    How are you going?

  • 11. Samuel  |  December 23rd, 2006 at 11:23 pm

    That’s great news Jey, I’ve been feeling decent for a few days, but very tired, which is why it took me so long after interviewing Bill Grady to get the Persiflage online, and why I sound half asleep in it (and forgot details of the David Hicks case), and why there have been very few updates here in the last few days.

    It also explains why I haven’t sent out anywhere near the number of Christmas cards and emails I had intended, and am now madly scrambling to catch up.

    I’m starting to feel awake almost all day, so that’s an improvement.


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