26 thoughts on “Stay Thirsty, My Friends”

  1. And, tho' against his custom, call'd aloud,
    Exciting Morpheus from the sleepy crowd:
    Morpheus, of all his numerous train, express'd
    The shape of man, and imitated best;
    The walk, the words, the gesture could supply,
    The habit mimick, and the mein bely;
    Plays well, but all his action is confin'd,
    Extending not beyond our human kind.

    --Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book XI (John Dryden, trans.)

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    1. Mr. Hoge, You left out the lines with references to female reproductive anatomy. I'll help:

      OVARIES!!!eleven!!

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  2. You can start your stopwatches for DumBeau to start quoting old Greco-Roman poets as he learns a new trick and once more expands his horizons via his OJT program of monkey-see-monkey-dance.

    I suppose though he'll have to find one who used Vulva! a lot first.

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      1. Good Lord the man is ignorant enough to think you are calling him a woman with this. He's reading comprehension and logical thinking skills are woefully underdeveloped.

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      2. Yep, I saw that tweet and laughed loud enough to startle the cat.

        And to think the citizenry of this country paid that man over $100K a year to write. No wonder we're so financially screwed up.

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      3. No way will I ever believe that he was paid that much by anybody. Last time he tried on that whopper his only "proof" was an incomplete, unsigned, unfiled 1040 form from a pdf file. It took me about 5 minutes to post a demonstration that absolutely anyone can make up anything they want on those and its no sort of proof. His second mortal flaw in his claim was that he said, instantly contaminating and killing the embryonic fact before it could draw its first breath.

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      4. And apparently rewriting others people's words into a press release is now PhD level work. I almost spit my beer out when I read that.

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      5. Sad thing, Army Vet, is read the requirements for some of the 1035 (Public Affairs) GS jobs. I did find one which said that a PhD could be substituted for some of the required work experience. But the job description for the GS 13 had a lot of stuff besides writing press releases, and not all of it sounded like stuff he says he's done.

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  3. wow, the more things change the more they stay the same...
    gone for a week doing RW stuff and come back to find Little Bitch is still easier to wind up than a yo-yo...
    SMH

    O.o

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  4. Submitted without content:

    Bill, I am yet again, forced to discuss your column after you continued to (1) make your OBN articles personal, rather than talking about what such an organization is attempting to do and its potential implications, and (2) continued to reply in an antagonistic manner within the comments sections / Facebook.

    Due to the continued disregard for projecting yourself in a professional manner, I am forced to suspend your access to our publishing platform again.

    This was not how I hoped things would work out, but I'm no longer in a position to justify the amount of effort we as an organization have to put in to mitigate the complaints your work is constantly receiving. I wish you well on your blog.

    -
    Best regards,
    Kevin Staunton
    Director, Northeast & Mid-Atlantic Regions

    But he's a PROFESSIONAL.

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    1. Notice he doesn't say WHAT PhD level stuff he did, just links to podcasts he spoke on and more press releases he wrote. Oh and he got written up by the paper for his brain stimulators. Nice he volunteered for that but wasn't that actually the Docs accomplishment?

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      1. Indeed...says a lot about Little Bitch that he attempts to take the Docs accomplishment as his own doesnt it?

        Question, when exactly does stating something vehemently and repeatedly become "the lady doth protest too much"?? asking for a friend...

        O.o

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    2. Kevin was a good egg.
      He and Examiner Legal responded to my letter almost immediately. Almost as if they were waiting for it.

      Perhaps you shouldn't have applied for the same position two dozen times in the same day. You fucking KOOK!

      And no, Shakey. It isn't "illegal" for me to post the letter from Legal.

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  5. I worked at NIH years ago. There exists a lot of elitism and educational snobbishness in a place where many low grade-level lab techs have Masters and PhDs from Harvard. I suspect that he is comparing his GS level to that of others who did, indeed, have PhDs in hard sciences. The work BS describes doing is not "PhD level work."

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    1. Indeed. The job duties listed for public affairs and public relations positions are such that anyone with a high school diploma and a work ethic should be able to do them. They just won't start at a GS 13 straight out of high school.

      I should probably add that I have an extremely good idea of what is required of PhD level work in both the humanities and the hard sciences, having multiple family members and friends with PhDs, and having actively decided not to go past the Master's degree level myself since I didn't want to teach university level, and in the arts and humanities a doctorate is pretty pointless if you aren't going to teach college.

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  6. Asswipe is now saying his persona is created by others. This is more than fucking hilarious. There is nothing more to say about this.

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    1. Classic projection. He makes up the "personas" he attaches to our names, so obviously we do the same thing. Lol.

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      1. Indeed, maybe if he screams loudly enough into his empty room he can convince himself he's actually accomplished more than just remaining upright all these years....

        It really is sad though, that wasting his time trying to incite strangers into giving a crap about what he says is all he seems to want to spend his time doing.
        Seeing as how he's been "dying" the last 3 or so years, you'd think he'd find something more productive to do with the time he has left.

        O.o

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    2. don't forget, the best way to discredit William Schmalfeldt is to quote William Schmalfeldt.

      O.o

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