joked that Sean Sherlock
was looking for 'ten spots' when he tweeted them about copyright legislation.
The Junior Minister for Research and Innovation tried to engage the Rubberbandits in a serious chat about copyright law on Twitter. But they couldn't resist making a drug themed joke.
The politician sent them a message saying: "Will you take a look at copyright #CRC12 @cearta would be good to get your views."
And they cheekily replied: "Waah, Sean Sherlock just tweeted us. Looking for ten spots no doubt.
"We'll get a squint. I like how your twitter name inadvertently sounds like Sherlocked, you party animal you."
The pair continued to poke fun at the TD when he asked them to take it seriously as he wanted to 'hear' their views on copyright."
They said: "You want to hear my view? Sure how can you listen to what another man sees? What does vision sound like?
But after having a serious look at the material the pair replied that they didn't want to be protected by it.
They said: "Fair enough. As an artist, I don't want to be protected by a law that exists at the expense of Democracy."
Check it out here yourself. This is what happens when TDs use social networks.