Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

Sometimes, a DUMBFUCK’s DUMBFUCKERY is immune to all comment.

This is one of those rare days when there is nothing to do but appreciate the awesome radiance of the brightest star in the firmament of idiots.


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

10 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. It's not just that Stinky is wrong, it's that so much of what he knows, simply isn't true
    not that that has stopped him from making an even bigger ass out of himself as he wears his ignorance like a crown.

  2. I injured my dominate wrist very badly just before starting the year of school where they worked on cursive writing, so I had to take that class using my weak hand. So my signature is very different. Shakey is going to have a lot of samples to look at in the coming weeks.

  3. Please let him keep on keeping on with his dumb self. When his suit is tossed for lack of jurisdiction or just because he Dumbfucked it up so bad his humiliation rage will be epic. I'd love to see Bill actually admit that he walked right into court and fucked himself. But nah, he'll say the judge was fucking someone, or Maryland doesn't care about a poor old victim. Anything but putting the blame right where it belongs, squarely on his shoulders for not knows butthurt is not a tort.

    1. Getting the suit tossed would be his best outcome now.

      Not that he understands that.

    2. "Justice isn't for people like me. It's only for people like HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE!!! And Grady. And EDGREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNN!!! *snif*"

      We've already seen this act.

  4. I'm no expert, but I know my signature varies according to the space available, among other things. The DL signature looks like it was constrained to a smaller space.

    And yet the way the 'p', 'g', and 'y' are written are similar enough that common features are visible despite the low-resolution of the DL scan.

    So suck it, Bill. You fail (of course) at Basic Shapes 101.

    1. Oh, and what does the idiot think he's found? The validity of a signature only matters if it's contested. Even if someone else wrote his name, if Grady says "I signed it" the court will accept that as fact.

      It's a document Grady wrote, that Grady signed, that Grady submitted to the court, that Grady will tell the court he accepts as being submitted in his name with his signature.

      Bill will only provide material for his incompetence hearing if he tries to "prove" it's a "forgery".


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