Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

According to the Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists says a journalist should:

– Take responsibility for the accuracy of their work. Verify information before releasing it. Use original sources whenever possible.

– Identify sources clearly. The public is entitled to as much information as possible to judge the reliability and motivations of sources.

– Consider sources’ motives before promising anonymity. Reserve anonymity for sources who may face danger, retribution or other harm, and have information that cannot be obtained elsewhere. Explain why anonymity was granted.

So here I stand, with a story to tell. The subject of the story is free to respond in this forum (subject as always to moderation) or another of his choosing.

The information is true. It is verified. It is multiply sourced. When I got the information, I thought the poodle was setting me up. So I bided my time.  Slowly and carefully I sought more information.

I promised anonymity to a source whose kids I threatened to have taken away. Got what I needed.

A third source gave up the goods without any threats whatsoever. Charm.

So I’m good to go.

It’s not like this information is protected or controversial in any way. These are simple facts that are neither harmful not troublesome.  And I find them newsworthy.

So let’s talk about the exciting world of life insurance.

Cui bono?

There are two beneficiaries who will receive, or already have received portions of the death benefit from Gail Schmalfeldt’s policy.

One is her son. The other was her “soulmate.”

This massive policy, which the “soulmate” had pledged to use toward his lawsuit and to “get” me, turns out to split up into two equal four digit totals, unless you count the numbers after the decimal.

That’s right.  The policy was worth less than $20,000. It was also worth less than $15,000.01. However, it was worth more than $14,999.99.

The son, obviously with prospects, received a lesser two shares. The soulmate, with nothing to live for but vengeance, receives a larger three shares.  Enough to increase comfort, to allow it to captain its own ship ⛵️, to chart its own course 💨⚡️💦🌊, to be its own Cabin Boy 😂, but nowhere near enough to entice a serious attorney to pick up this turd and take it before the bench.

The soulmate knows these facts are undeniable. The soulmate will deny them anyway.  The soulmate cannot countenance the notion that 

I. KNOW. 

There’s a yappy poodle under the TK porch.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

28 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. https://twitter.com/dirtyschnitzel/status/652243126581657602

    Tell me all about it!

    Anytime you want to "pontificate to the unelightened" on such topics as footlongs, mayonnaise, the subtle differences between Johnny Walker Red and Crete soda, or how to be a malingring goldbrick while being told your father died, I'll sit and learn from a master.

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  2. Looks like Cousin Bill is off on another faildox, this morning...

    At least, he's posted two pictures of some older, bearded, long-haired gent, with plenty of character in his face, complete with disparaging remarks about his appearance.

    He is, of course, in no position to criticize others, in that regard. Actually, in any regard.

    (Cousin Bill - I warned you about breadcrumbing...)

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  3. Really? Only a nine grand payout for her husband?

    My policy pays over a million. The Rule Five Wife, should she happen to pass (heaven forbid), has policies that payout between 3 million and 9 million, depending on the circumstances, provided gratis by her employer. That's not AD&D coverage, that's term life.

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      1. At one point, I had an employer whose AD&D policy had a significant multiplier if traveling on company business, and I was traveling routinely for my job. I never let my wife pack my suitcase.

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  4. Warning, are girl scouts going to be selling cookies at the Juniper Court refuge for the criminal inane?

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    1. Girl Scouts are safe...... Unless they go to Brett's door. It's the Cub Scouts selling popcorn that need to be warned of the Troll in Juniper Court

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    2. I don't think Girl Scouts have anything to fear from William M Schmalfeldt. Cub Scouts, on the other hand, should be worried.

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  5. https://twitter.com/dirtyschnitzel/status/652499286014431233

    QFE:

    The soulmate knows these facts are undeniable. The soulmate will deny them anyway.

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      1. Doesn't it seem odd that William goes to some lengths to point out that the reclusive T.J enjoys not a dime?

        Actually, no. It seems just like him.

        Ask Ely.

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    1. So he is now denying that TJ got anything? He stole money legally entitled to the son of his deceased wife? What kind of human being does that?

      Oh wait.. we're talking about Bill.

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      1. But DUMBFUCK does admit to giving away assets while, shall we say, under a legal cloud?

        That's about as wise as a DUMBFUCK gets.

        But the real question is: is the iMac that TJ sold the one that DUMBFUCK gave away for 2 or 3 days earlier this year, or is it the one that "went to Jesus" about the time the LOLsuit was dismissed?

        They're probably the same machine. Why by a new one when you can just lie twice at no cost?

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      2. This is probably why he decided to dismiss the case. He knew that if he proceeded any further, all of this would come to light and hurt his case.

        Unloading assets, stealing life insurance money, and probably is blackmailing TJ as well. No wonder Gail's family wants nothing to do with him.

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      3. I'm absolutely not buying that he would even dare attempt blackmailing the young man. He rolly-scampered halfway across the country with his curly tail tucked tight to his browneye, leaving his comfy showplace tincasa for an empty little apartment, spotting fear-pee the whole way. Ludicrous.

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      4. Federal Civil Case 1:15-cv-01241-RDB ECF 28 Page 5 Paragraph 1:

        "... Plaintiff decided instead to give the car as a gift to his younger sister ..."

        Notice the past tense. He swore in a court document that he gave that car to his sister. So he is lying about the car now, or he lied to a Federal Court.

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  6. So now we know what happened to Bill in Japan......

    http://www.duffelblog.com/2015/10/marine-regrets-confusing-kabuki-bukakke/

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