A post at The Standard that’s bizarre even by their standards appeared yesterday – Late night Twitter. It may have been more of a late night post – except it wasn’t very late anyway, the original post was at 7.20 pm and the responses and reply were just before and after 9 pm.
It appears to be an attempt to diss Peter Dunne but it’s more of an own goal by what appears to be a pothead attacking alcohol, even though the reference to ‘end of year drinks’ would be normally be expected to include non-alcoholic options plus food.
One comment, by ‘higherstandard’:
Indeed the phrase ‘sanctimonious cock’ comes to mind….. and surprisingly not in relation to Peter Dunne
It hasn’t been attributed to an author so must have been contributed, but a site author or administrator must have accepted and posted it. One author, ‘karol’, commented on it soon after it was posted which may suggest a connection.
The screen shot was taken immediately after the last tweet (2 minutes after) which suggests the post was initiated by the person tweeting Dunne. The whole thing may have been a setup.
There’s some other odd and interesting things about this post. The screen shot image of the Twitter exchange has been altered to deliberately remove the name and Twitter ID of the person attacking Dunne. But the ID has been left in Dunne’s reply – @KappaMuTheta.
That would have been easily found by searching anyway.@KappaMuTheta – calling themselves Mu – follows one and has five followers. They have only tweeted twice before, both in May this year, and with one follow up tweet has a total of five. So it’s a virtually inactive account. To have seen Dunne’s tweet they must have been following him using another Twitter account.
This is a very odd and weak attempt at an attack by The Standard.
Alcohol is involved in many problems but it is most often harmless – and end of year drinks for a few ministry officials is hardly the biggest story of the year.
UPDATE: there were two virtually unused Twitter accounts attacking Dunne – one of these accounts had a link to a site promoting the use of drugs – legal highs and party pills. So the motives are obvious.
Another person joined in the Twitter attack:
@PeterDunneMP You as a Health Minister happily parade “end of year drinks”. Mr Dunne, how can you expect to be taken seriously?
It’s easy to not take this one seriously too. @TripMe more than hints at the motives, this Twitter account has only one other tweet, also yesterday, which links to a party pill and legal high site Trip Me. Included on this site are ‘reviews’ of party pills that link to sales.
Written by Drael
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Starts off more relaxed, with some stimulation. Little urge to do anything. As it first starts, I’m thinking, this is nice, smooth relaxed, and have high hopes this is smoother feeling.
As it kicks in more fully, I feel kinda spacey, waves of relaxation and stimulation, quite strong and light headed….Kinda giddy relaxed feeling hit me like a wall, couldn’t keep writing the reveiw for a bit, mangled, spacey, sedated & had to just sit! So the come up is very quick…
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Almost cant be bothered with doing things, even with the stimulated feeling, although some energy picks up later in the peice, its still very lethargic in waves. Seems to tail off even slower than some other pills. Did perhaps notice slight colour or perceptual differences, but nothing concrete.
Definately different, far more sedative, which makes some parts of the relaxed stimulation of dmaa feel quite nice, though not really more euphoric, just more at ease. But also made me yawn a lot, and I didn’t really know where to put myself, relaxing or moving or what?
Would be useless for a rave, not enough energy for dancing, not really ideal at home either, I think. Maybe a concert or similar? Party? Interesting pill, but I’m not sure if id have much use for it. Perhaps with a little less glaucine, and more stimulants it would be better. Before the relaxation became super strong, it did feel smoother.
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