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The Logies on TV and Twitter

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The Twitter phenonomen surges ahead with a stunning commetary of the Logies last night.  With tweets coming from the loungerooms of Australia as well as from within the venue itself, all the little gossipy bits hit cyberspace at an astonishing speed.

After the event itself was over, we were then treated to all the gos from the afterparty … and it sounds like a good party at that!

  • AFTERPARTY: Eddie McGuire seen shaking hands with Andrew O’Keefe, after being un-tied from chair. They head in direction of Rove.
  • AFTERPARTY: Bruce McAveney and Carson Kressley seen leaving together. Rumours suggest Carson is going help Bruce with his closet.
  • AFTERPARTY: Gretal seen posing for photos in toilet stall. Quoted as saying “I’m already moving on to bigger and browner pastures”.
  • AFTERPARTY: Jessica Mauboy and Tom Burlinson attempt a duet. Bomb squad called and a 100 metre exclusion zone is put in place.
  • AFTERPARTY: Eddie McGuire ties Andrew O’Keefe to chair, and calls over Underbelly cast.
  • AFTERPARTY: Rebecca Gibney announces after-party continues at hotel suite. Better Homes & Gardens crew to do cleaning and catering.
  • AFTERPARTY: Kochie seen handing out business cards, stating to email or SMS him anytime between 6am and 9am Monday to Friday.
  • AFTERPARTY: Underbelly crew appears at party in matching red shirts and pants. Packed To Rafters cast still missing.
  • AFTERPARTY: Border Security crew sets up screening area near door and starts frisking people without warning.

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Written by Greg Naylor

4 May 2009 at 9:00 am

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  1. That does it, Twitter should be banned. If that’s its best & highest use (unfunny plebs making unfunny remarks on Australia’s most boring & cringeworthy event – the Logies) then all Twitters should be rounded up, incarcerated and forever banned from accessing the net. Ha, ha, ha, such witty commentary – what a waste of time & effort. Oh well, it just shows you that little things amuse little minds.

    • Before you pass such harsh judgement, you might like to Twitter your way through next week’s St Kilda game. You might enjoy it, Ray. 😉

      You might have had a revelation when you asked “Is blogging dead”

      Greg Naylor

      5 May 2009 at 12:41 am

  2. Well, if Twitter ever takes over from blogging Greg, then we really have taken a giant step down the ‘dumbing down’ ladder. Talk about one step forward and two back, Twittering is reducing the internet to meaningless sound bytes. And oh, isn’t everyone o-so-witty with their twit comments? No.

    As for the C’wood-St Kilda game, I havbe to admit being nervous about that one. It depends which C’wood shows up.

    Ray Dixon (Bright)

    5 May 2009 at 9:55 am


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