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Last 50 tweets from @MWhitbourn
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn That is the issue: when I bite into a sandwich, I really do not want to know the dude put all his love into it. Even if he did.
@benmo_44 Yes, I suppose it is a bit like visiting a sausage factory
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn I find it really disturbing, but I can't put my finger on why that is.
@benmo_44 But the guy who makes the sandwiches puts all the love into it
I can't stop watching this Brooklyn kid talk about sandwiches.
A reminder, post yesterday's #ICAC report: Sydney Water settled civil case against Australian Water Holdings in 2015…
Weekly update from the nursery. @MWhitbourn
@NeilMcMahon Hello, delightful. What's this English box all about?
In reply to @KateAllman1
@KateAllman1 @MWhitbourn From Roncevich v Repatriation Commission [2005] HCATrans 208
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn @smh With the Magistrates on conference, what's left for you now?
@smurray38 @smh I'm a husk of a human. There is nothing. NOTHING
Salim Mehajer has just settled his dispute with a liquidator that was at the heart of this case… via @smh
Senator Arthur Sinodinos' statement on #ICAC's report.
Quelle surprise. Fresh corruption findings for some familiar faces… via @smh #ICAC
I can't remember, child. Repressed it all
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Tell us what it was like in the Corruption Wars, Granma!
The Ceremonial Waiting For The #ICAC Report begins. Pigeonholes in NSW press gallery just as I remembered 'em.
Perusing the ABC's office in the NSW press gallery.
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
All eyes in Canberra are on what this report will say about cabinet minister Arthur Sinodinos #auspol
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
'''I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal.'''
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn #puppiesincourt helping children...this is just the best
@JCharRoL That is really very very lovely. And...sad.
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn But what about us? We'll always have ICAC. We didn't have we lost it until you came to Doyle's Creek. We got it back last corruption hearing
Timeless tweet
Somebody is going to be in trouble tomorrow in Sydney!
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn I'm breathlessly awaiting the first journalistic use of "halls of justice" for the new commissioner.
@Bedeapk You think we're so cheap, Bede. (It does you great credit).
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn We could advocate for a special #puppiesincourt room in each Courthouse so that #HFBL could visit to give pats.It would improve the 'vibe'
@JCharRoL I know a barrister with a very cute teddy bear-like pooch which spends a lot of time in chambers. Always……
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn My 'source' did not say - however, definitely required by 'humans fatigued by the law' or #HFBL
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Apparently there was a Husky Service Dog at the Downing Centre today. The #puppiesincourt dream has become a reality
@JCharRoL What was the dog in service of, though? Other huskies? Humans fatigued by the law?
We'll always have #ICAC
Quiet times for court & crime reporters for the rest of this week as most Local Courts are closed for the annual NS……
BIG #ICAC NEWS. Long-awaited report into Obeid-linked company Australian Water Holdings is out tomorrow. Delivered to parliament at 8.30 am.
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
Is it wrong I am very much enjoying the fact that the first name of an alleged member of a Sydney cocaine supply ring is Denial?
Had a dream last night I couldn't find my Christina Aguilera "Genie In A Bottle" CD single. Thanks, subconscious.
In reply to @a_flecknoe_b
@a_flecknoe_b Quite. But the journalist in me has a vested interest in them remaining on Twitter.
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
Interviewed former lawyer and bestselling author Rusty Young for LSJ. Fascinating story here.…
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Now cavil is the real weasel word.
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Usually a way of saying "I'm not running your case and I've got to stay impartial." "pushing against an open door" is the nudge.
@Bedeapk Oh yes that is most definitely a judicial nudge. I shall not cavil
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Uttered by one lawyer to another its clear code for "I'm not here to help you mate." By a judge its more delphic.
@Bedeapk Yes, in judicial cases I am inclined to the view it is a nudge. But it might not be.
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Uttered by one lawyer to another its clear code for "I'm not here to help you mate." By a judge its more delphic.
In reply to @a_flecknoe_b
@a_flecknoe_b It's a very English way of speaking. All in what is not said.
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn Imagine how many kangaroos - or kiwis - we'd need to line up
@Mattonews Would also like the swimming pool comparison ploise
Exclusive: Police apply for fresh AVO against Salim Mehajer on behalf of estranged wife… via @smh #auslaw #nswpol
"That submission would drive every pharmacist out of business. No need for sleeping pills": a timeless observation from @Taylor7Gil
Extremely enamoured of this @mattonews story. Graphic compares tram size with blue whales AND corollas. Five stars…
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn That's what good comrades are for
@adrianmrook They were the best of comrades, they were the worst of comrades
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@MWhitbourn I see Danby is being helpful after the NSW branch resolution on Palestine
@adrianmrook The thing I like about the ALP is that you are always helping each other
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn I can't remember you ever saying anything dull-witted. But I confess I have used this in teaching more than once.
@dkrolph It is true I said very little in general. You actually said something much nicer but the implication was s……
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn My favourite is still, "And where does that take you?" The barely implied answer being nowhere.
@dkrolph I remember saying something dull-witted in a lecture once and you asked me something similar.
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn The judge for whom I worked liked that one and also, "You must take your own course."
@dkrolph I marvel at how these (ostensibly) innocuous turns o' phrase can be so crushing.
Michaela Whitbourn Retweeted ·  
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn The judge for whom I worked liked that one and also, "You must take your own course."
In reply to @MWhitbourn
@MWhitbourn this has become one of my favourite phrases in the last couple of years.
@jwherrett I'm prepared to adopt it but I also find it quite smug when other people do.
"That's a matter for you," when uttered by a lawyer, appears to mean "I wouldn't do that if I were you but you go right ahead."
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