Hmm…Let Me Cogitate On This…

 

Honestly, no, I don’t.  But if I did, I would fire off a wild guess that the reason was in no way similar to the reason that a guy who “never deletes tweets” suddenly drops from ~350 to 20.

And I would also note that, just because a tail-chasing MONKEY can’t find a document online, doesn’t mean it isn’t there.  It means that deep levels of idiocy, displayed consistently over a long period of time…

makes for BIG FUN!!

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

26 thoughts on “Hmm…Let Me Cogitate On This…”

  1. When doctors, lawyers, nurses, and other professionals have to come to me to find stuff online, when they've quite literally spent hours looking for a particular piece of information or article that I then find them in less than 15 minutes, why should Mr. "Be Well" think something is not there just because he can't find it? Or is he smarter and a better searcher than all those professionals I used to work with?

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  2. Alleged? It wasn't a real peace order the court issued? The court issued an alleged peace order? If someone violates an alleged peace order, do they go to alleged jail? I have to read up on this alleged peace order business. It could open up a whole new aspect of jurisprudence.

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    1. Is Schmalfeldt's primary legal research source Hoge's blog? Does the peace order not exist if it's not on Hoge's blog? Does the court know they need to publish their peace orders on Hoge's blog? This new-fangled alleged peace order business brings up so many questions.

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  3. Let him not show up for his alleged trial next week. Wonder how long before the alleged deputy sheriffs show up with an alleged bench warrant.

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    1. I hope they get to use their alleged guns and alleged tasers when he shows the least resistance, and I can only dream he hauls out that AR when they come for him.

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  4. If the Cabin Boy™ has lost the copy that was served on him (and for which he signed a receipt), the Circuit Court will provide a copy for 50 cents per page. It's a one page document.

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    1. I'm very impressed with how you managed to get both a contempt hearing and a criminal charge based on an order that might not exist. So very tricksy!

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  5. Does anybody have a screencap of Bill’s tweet “I only harass people who harass me first”?

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  6. https://twitter.com/EndTimesTribune/status/586701056073019392

    So Blob was trying to have a private little chat, just him and @RioInDaKitchen.

    If anyone knows what HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE!!! is thinking, it's my boy Rio!

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  7. I'm sure that not getting a public defender is going to turn out to be a stellar move. Maybe as wise as writing a confession to the SA and threatening to alert the media if he prosecutes.

    But nothing will top the legal judo of reporting a purported forgery to the police department of a county where neither party lives.

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    1. The little boy would never have listened to a public defender, because any sensible lawyer would have told him to give it up.

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  8. Even for Witless Willie, calling a court order for the violation of which he is being prosecuted an alleged order is attaining a level of asininity that is an embarrassment to the equine genus.

    I hope someone is kind enough to explain to me what the supposed relevance of the allegedly forged letter is: it is not the letter that got his fat ass hauled into court.

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  9. And Grim Weeper! Really? He is not grim; he is pathetic. The Weeper part is true though during certain parts of the cycle, but it is amazing to see him admit what a snivelling pussy he is.

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  10. But then there's Bill's hammerblow comeback...

    http://imageshack.com/a/img537/6763/OmRh3G.png

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    1. That is certainly true. For example, there is BK's secret pardon: he says it exists, but that does not mean it does.

      The way most of us figure out which statements to believe and which not to believe is to assess whether or not the speaker has been accurate in previous statements. I shall cogitate on whether Witless Willie or John Hoge has a better record for accurate statements. Well damn: that was a cogitation that took less than a micro-second.

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