27 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. Gee Paul I thought you were my bestest buddy. Now I find out you are working for the evil Hoooooooooooooooooooooge and playing us for fools. Gee I'm awful stupid. I'm so depressed. Woe is me.

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    1. If that were true, it would be absolutely hilarious and a spectacular ruse on Hoge's part.

      If my aunt had testicles, she'd be my uncle.

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  2. And if William was at some point Krendler, he shouldn't need discovery on registration emails and IP addresses for his next lulzsuit.

    One also supposes that Patick Grady has much to ruminate on regarding the last five.

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  3. First they were sure he was an old lady in Oregon, then a couple in Arizona, then a Guy in Indiana, then it was Eric of Wisconsin, or a Cop in Virginia,

    But then the noose drew tighter, they were sure it was ME, then Lynn Thomas, then John, then Aaron, then they were positive it was the elusive Chris Heather the shadowy figure behind.
    the new Hoge Order. (All Hail Hoge, All Hail Hoge)

    I then watched as they went through the lists, stumbling into court after court fucking themselves.

    Now they are sure its Bill...............

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    1. Maybe Bill has multiple personalities, and one of them hates the others. It would explain the Schmycle.

      And the booze and "you're all sock puppets" stuff is what another notable Internet lunatic pulled before the courts got sick of her...

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  4. You know I heard a book was coming out on amazon written by a guy named Malik in Maryland (or was it Wally in Wisconsin?) about the heroic military adventures of a bloated manatee during the 1970s and 1980s. There's heroic adventures in pseudo-combat, a boy/boy-girl love story, loss and recovery... it has it all!

    It should be fascinating reading.

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  5. Wait. I really need a synopsis. Is Agile Dog the latest incarnation of Krendler? Gee too bad about that dismissal with prejudice.

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    1. Yeah, he didn't think that one through. Almost like he was desperate to get that case out of the view of the court for some reason.

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    2. That's how I read that, Jeff. I am proud and honored to earn this spot in the rotation of "He/She who is Krendler this week.".

      I want to thank the internet, my parents (just joking - I' a sock puppet), my faithful wife, and my loving dog. Or is it "my faithful dog, and my loving wife" - I get those confused, because I'm not very bright.

      You like me. You really, really like me!

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      1. AD -

        On the loving wife/dog front, there's a test: Lock your wife and dog in the trunk of your car for an hour. When you let them out, which one is glad to see you?

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      2. Dr. Mike,

        I laughed out loud; if I'd been drinking JWR, I'd've spit it all over my iPad.

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  6. Howard, your comments punctuate so well. Dying. (Does this qualify as a "like"? Ooops.)

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  7. There was a little challenge given by the Zombie in Chief earlier today. Did anyone notice that Bill Parvocampus has not deleted anything? What in the world can that POSSIBLY mean?

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  8. https://twitter.com/i94radio/status/658877210565197824

    Oooh! Oooh! I know!

    https://twitter.com/i94radio/status/659172961572802560

    BLOB ANGRY! BLOB SMASH!

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