75 thoughts on “Idiots Gonna Idiot”

  1. Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man and commented:
    Idiot will not accept that he doesn't get free range on questions. Bill may or may not be required to have an attorney (Florida requires such for all criminal cases). Only questions that are directly about the charged conduct are allowed and to deviate after one warning results in criminal contempt being added to current charge.
    No free fishing expedition.

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      1. I see the discussion going like this:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErQVnAa-99o

        "Krendler's just this guy, you know?"

        (Sorry, Perry Mason Bill looks more like Hoge, and Hoge looks like Bill in a bad wig in this clip. Stupid internets.)

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      2. I was going to go down, until the latest shenanigans. Better to let justice take its course rather than be there to be questioned by Shakey, prove I'm in a conspiracy, etc.

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    1. In his opening statement bill is going to throw the boat anchor over the side with out checking to see if the rope is wrapped around his ankle.

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      1. I beg to differ. William will make a show of tying the anchor to his ankle, so sure is he that he's smarter than everyone else. And as he drowns, he'll scream to everyone on shore about how gravity and water never gave him a fair shake.

        As predictable as Schmalfeldt's folly is, it never does get old.

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      2. As he's tying the rope around his ankle, he'll be oblivious to the loop that works its way around what passes for his neck.

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  2. I wonder if William's similar antics at the show cause hearing can be entered into the record for this hearing? If nothing else, it establishes that He. Doesn't. Fucking. Learn.

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    1. It's just that - this time - there will be some actual consequences. Probably minor ones, and not condign punishment, but at least something to try to get his attention.

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      1. I believe our fetid host has set the over/under at $300, no time and probation. Even odds its $100 and sixty days suspended; or better, 50 hours of community service.

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  3. He's under the impression that he gets to conduct a free-ranging inquiry? He doesn't.

    I so wish that dramas got court procedure right, even every once in a while.

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  4. Tough-guy Bill is back.

    Apparently we don't know how he's going to turn losing his case on Thursday in to a win.

    Sorry Bill, I've seen this one before. Would you like us to repost ALL of your predictions of our imminent doom?

    Seriously, aren't you the least bit embarrassed to say the same thing over and over and over, only to be wrong every time?

    There's a scientific term for that kind of behavior........

    .......oh yea, "nucking futz"

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    1. http://i.imgur.com/hnaw63A.jpg

      It's the return of "Badass Bill!" Historically, that means that the terror is beginning to overtake him, and by tomorrow night the grovelling to fate of "You're Killing Me William" should be in full effect.

      Or he stays in this mode, which makes Thursday even more FUN!

      It's just too bad that the media won't be there.

      I still can't believe Schmalfeldt wrote the SA a confession and then threatened him with the media, despite the Fourth Estate never having shown an interest in the delusional asshole before. That was Hall of Fame stupid!

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      1. 90 days is no problem? Hell, if the FBI shows up after nine minutes, he'll sell out the pedo, the pedo's houseguest, Neil, the staff of BU, as well as confess to the Lindberg kidnapping and being DB Cooper, but squandering the money on tranny prostitutes.

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      2. Blob doesn't seem to understand that the worst thing that can happen is the conviction itself. That's probably because he's a dumbass.

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        1. "Jail is just another place to be" .... until you're advised of the paucity of footlongs, mayo and captive nurses to do everything for you there. Then it can be a real pain in the ass.

          But, no, I agree with the consensus that William isn't hoosegow-bound unless he does something remarkably stupid in court, which is always a possibility. Posting a list of threatening tweets suggesting that you're preparing to pursue legal action as means of vengeance less than 72 hours before a hearing is an example of said stupidity.

          However, he will be marked for the remainder of his life as a convicted criminal, which complicates any number of aspects of modern American existence. And that's something that, try as he might, he can't blame on anyone but himself.

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  5. Bill, I know EXACTLY what can happen to us: NOTHING. You are on trial - not us. The courts have summoned you - not us. Your name is on the docket - not us.

    You are fucked, jerk-off, and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it now. You may only get a fine, but you will leave the courtroom with a criminal conviction on your record. And us? Nothing (but laughs).

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  6. Can we start taking bets on what William thinks that he's going to do?

    I'll say ridiculous RICO lulzsuit based on what he thinks is conspiracy. Of course, he'll need that $400 filing fee! Or, given his legal acumen, he might try to make RICO a state tort and comically toss it into his promised amended complaint for his state lulzsuit .. if it isn't dismissed by Thursday.

    Since we know that Justice Jones has already gone to the cops in Howard, Carroll and - for some reason - Montgomery counties and gotten nothing but ignored, I think we can rule out any criminal lulz.

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    1. Oh, I also forgot. William has also rather crudely implied on Twitter (which has shockingly disappeared, although deleting tweets isn't how he rolls) that he'll attempt to have Mr. Grady charged over the "Mr. Bill death threat" of well over six months ago.

      That will go exactly nowhere because

      1) There was no explicit threat made.
      2) William himself has publicly and repeatedly said that he didn't feel threatened by it, beginning when he abandoned his silly peace order application last fall. But I do hope that he files what will be considered a false police report so quickly after being found guilty of another crime.

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      1. Certainly, but his delusional ramblings about forgeries and whatnot were likely sent to the circular file with merriment.

        William's crimes, on the other hand, not so much.

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  7. El Lardamente is getting ready to take the cure. I'm betting he waits till the judge arrives in the courtroom.

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      1. And it would medically establish whether or not William actually has shit for brains, and that's a pleasure he'll deny us for as long as he humanly can.

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  8. El Lardamente will realize that HOOOOOOGEE!!!!! will be able to place him UNDER OATH!!!! with RESTRAINTS AND EYELID GAPPERS and ask him shit he hasn't thought about in DECADES.

    That's what will trigger his suicide by cop.

    Imagine, thinking he's gonna' have HOGE on the spot when really Hoge will pin him down like the fat dung beetle he is and.....PROBE HIM. Unmercifully. For hours.

    It's thoughts like those that will drive El Lardamente to scream like he's in an Edvard Munch painting.

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    1. As awesome as that would be, WJJH isn't prosecuting, the state of Maryland is, so he can't place anyone under oath.

      Anything that William asks that isn't directly related to the showboating Mrs. Hoge email will be promptly objected to by the SA and sustained by the judge. If Schmalfeldt ignores the judge, he gets help in contempt.

      If William had any brains at all, he'd plead guilty and throw himself on the mercy of the court. But that's not our boy, who can't resist his suicidal urge to turn this into a suicidal circus, which will do him no favors when it comes time for sentencing.

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      1. He WILL projectile vomit before closing arguments. Maybe even achieve orbit with a fear induced bowel movement. The wheels on his shuffle chair will catch fire, his remote will be useless in the Prius, his watch will be set on Beijing time, all the pens provided by the court will be greasy the SKIES WILL OPEN UP AND RAIN BLOOD WHILE HOOOOOOGGGEEE IS HIGH FIVING THE JUDGE AS JESUS GIVES A BENEDICTION.

        IANAL but that has to be how the law works.

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      2. HOGE AM LAW will be written on the court chamber walls in flaming letters, as the ground quakes beneath his feet, and the room temperature will plummet into the teens...

        Heh. Makes me smile, just picturing it...

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      1. You get to stay!?!?!? That's great in this case, but as a general rule, witnesses should NEVER be allowed to watch the testimony of other witnesses, victim or not. MD is such a messed up jurisdiction.

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      2. Colonel, FWIW and as I recall; Travon Martin's parents were allowed in the courtroom and allowed to testify with respect (effectively in rebuttal) to certain prior testimonies. Florida ain't much better.

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  9. I always thought that Hoge dude was incompetent.

    I hope he understands the powers aligned against him.

    Is Vegas dropping any lines on this?

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      1. I should have qualified my sarcasm.

        But seriously, is Vegas taking part in speculation? I would love to make some easy cash.

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      2. My bad. I didn't realize I was commenting under the name "Jimilee" I post on Hogewash as Jimi.

        Now I need to decide which moniker to use on both blogs. Does anyone have a suggestion?

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      3. @PK

        AKA "Head Zombie". You have approved several of my comments in the last few months. I understand the tribal perimeter. If my comments are suspect, will I be informed when they reach a certain threshold?

        Signed-

        Happy reader, who happens to have some serious dance moves.

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        1. No, I think everything's cool. I didn't recognize the handle today so your auto-approved comment came as a surprise, but I'm satisfied you're on the up-and-up.

          Shouldn't be a problem, but if I redact or edit anything, I'll say why.

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      1. I was looking for the over/under on the number of times CBBS thinks he has the right to interject his silliness into the proceedings... then gets slapped down by the judge.

        If the number was 3... I would take the over.

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    1. Except The Big BM doesn't even get the "slang" right.

      He should have written "You. Have. No. Idea." The big goofus did it as "You. Have, No, Idea." Commas and periods aren't the same.

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  10. What do I have? What can I prove? Who will I go after? In which court? Criminal? Civil? Both? I already know my worst outcome. I'm ready.

    I'm still waiting for the Postal Inspectors. I suspect we'll all be waiting a long, long time before any of us see any sort of investigator. 🙂

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