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Daily Review 11/05/2016

Written By: - Date published: 6:00 pm, May 11th, 2016 - 25 comments
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Standard flowchart according to slater

Daily review is also your post.

This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.

The usual rules of good behaviour apply (see the Policy).

Don’t forget to be kind to each other …

25 comments on “Daily Review 11/05/2016 ”

  1. stunnedmullet 1

    Who would be mad enough to allow Clare Curran to author or ghost write anything ?

    Fantasy stuff….

    • Paul 1.1

      Please do not derail the thread.
      Thank you.

    • Bill 1.2

      Odd graphic that took me a minute or two to get my head around. Then I had a second look and deleted my comment. Can’t get my head around it. 🙂

      • Colonial Viper 1.2.1

        Who the hell is “Jacinta Adern”?

        And has David Cunliffe gone somewhere that we don’t know about???

        • BM

          I don’t get the Jacinda/Jacinta thing?, but I’ve seen it written by so many people, must drive her mad.

          Also, Slater is an idiot.

          • fender

            Oh come on BM, didn’t you drink your kool-aid this morning!

            Slater loves you and Puckish, don’t be a turncoat! 😉

            • adam

              I’m not sure I’d put Puckish or BM in the same class/faction as Slater. I don’t think either of them would pay to criminally to attack the standard. Neither of them, are that low.

              • fender

                Yeah maybe those two haven’t dropped links (that I’ve noticed) to the fantasy rants of the floored blubber for a while, but anyone whose been reading this site for some time will know it used to happen almost daily.


                • fender

                  Woops..you’ve read it wrong if you thought I was implicating them in Slaters criminal activity.

      • mickysavage 1.2.2

        What is really strange is that Slater thought and still thinks it might be true. Ben must have been taking the piss …

  2. Anne 2

    Where did that come from? The mad whale?

    Sorry, that’s an insult to beautiful creatures.

    • Bill 2.1

      …and madness.

    • BLiP 2.2

      Believe it or not but that diagram forms part of the “evidence” which led Cameron Slater to believe that there are Labour Party MPs and staff writing posts for The Standard.

      • Anne 2.2.1

        Was that load of crap actually presented as evidence in the court?

        That’s too funny for words – if its true.

        And btw… is David Cunliffe Retd meant to be retired or retarded?

        • BLiP

          Hahahaha! Hadn’t thought of that, but knowing Slater’s prowess in the court room, it wouldn’t surprise me. I put the quotes around “evidence” because the diagram was one of the things Rachinger gave Slater as proof that he had somehow surreptitiously obtained data from the backend of The Standard. There was also a picture which Rachinger allegedly told Slater contained encrypted information . . . cos, you know, Rachinger is just such a (r4(k h4(k3r dud3

          • lprent

            To be fair (love that phrase – it implies that I am a fanboy of Farrar in just three words)

            Cunliffe and Little have written guest posts here. Stephanie still has a login as an author like all inactive authors.

            Don’t know who Moira C or Lynne Prentice or Jacinta Arden are. But in any case, like the remainder they haven’t had posts here; guest or otherwise.

            But to be fair (sanctimonious fanboy in 4 words), we have quoted from some of them.

            Indeed! (usually used by Farrar expressing delight in not writing anything coherent, but filling up several column inches with someone elses intellect that he can’t understand).

  3. weka 3

    Yeah, I was thinking it was a parody, but then Stephanie’s name is there, as in a real ts writer, so maybe this is really a mindmap that someone thinks reflects what The Standard is. In which case massive lols.

    Obviously CV is really a front for Clare Curran 😈 Well played CV!

    Good bluff by Tiso too, who I think in his RL ID considers The Standard to be fairly heinous.

    Maybe BLiP is Jessica Williams?

    Bill must be the connection with the evil Unions, because they need a secret outlet for their suppressed anarchist hearts.

    Labour must be a bit disappointed though, they’re not getting much bang for their buck.

    Who is the mystery one at the top?!

  4. Dale 4

    Such short and selective memories you all have. Ben was published all over this site when you all thought he was speaking the truth.
    Slater doesn’t have the information that Ben hacked from The Standard and other sites. Someone else has that and will use it when the time is right.

    • lprent 4.1

      Ah no. There were some posts initially for many months that were frankly very sceptical.

      What convinced me were the very authentic payments of large sums of money from Cameron to Ben with checkable details, the texts that had that authentic Cameron ring, and Cameron himself with his ‘explanation‘ which has that authentic sound of whining and bombastic bullshit that he always adopts when he screws up.

      But I explained all of that in this post on July 20th about a week after I complained to the police, and more than 5 months after the allegations surfaced from Ben.

      Charge Cameron Slater or let me hack systems

      I guess you are more interested in constructing your own idiotic inaccurate mythology than you are in actually doing basic searches?

  5. Draco T Bastard 5

    011: Steve Keen on Debunking Economics and the Misinterpretation of Keynes

    In this episode, you will learn:

    how Steve saw the 2008 financial crisis coming when he investigated Debt/GDP levels.

    Steve’s views on current economic teachings in many school, colleges and universities around the world.

    what should be done at these colleges and how a pluralist approach to teaching economics is best.

    about Steve’s thoughts on the treatment of Keynesian economics.

    about Steve’s involvement in a Marvel-style comic book dedicated to teaching economics.

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