96 thoughts on “Good Afternoon, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. I suppose the same person who decided that it was right and proper for him to be "investigating " people with whom he disagreed two years ago. As a matter of fact, William still likes trotting out the findings of his many "investigations" with little or no prompting.

    No one other than Schmalfeldt set the rules of this game. He's just upset that he's losing and therefore doesn't want those rules applied to him.

    Funny how that works, isn't it?

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    1. Can't wait to read how he will instruct a judge on how to properly interpret material he is researching.

      His dumbfuckery will be at it's best.

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  2. http://image.slidesharecdn.com/burnsfirstaid-131212224531-phpapp01/95/burns-first-aid-14-638.jpg?cb=1386888458

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  3. After depriving her of any dignity in her suffering and death, in addition to ignoring and mistreating her, there's no doubt the death of St. Francis fungus' wife also qualifies.

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  4. Every Parkinson's patient ever. They each and every one called me up personally and asked me to hound and deride that worthless testepede that tries to use PD to hide behind whenever someone comes after him.

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      1. This is what come up second in a Duck Duck go search for Testepede.

        http://thinkingmanszombie.com/2015/04/22/good-morning-dumbfuck-5/

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  5. The hooker in the clouds imparted that responsibility on me last night.

    The last man she trusted on Earth failed her miserably. I don't want to follow suit.

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    1. It's not like you, dear Howard, to be so subtle and understated. We both know the freakshow went way beyond miserably failing her, and well into adding humiliation to her suffering, and did all the malicious mutant could do to thoroughly destroy her memory.

      The grotesque ghoul wasn't merely passively neglectful, though I will always believe that neglect, along with the burdensome demands made upon her until her very final days, greatly shortened her life. The malevolent monster was also aggressively active in publishing every mortifying detail of her suffering; detailing her loss of control over her bodily functions - 'soaked in urine up to her armpits' and much more - and it published near-death photos of her. That activity was beyond cruel to her, to her memory, and to anyone who ever actually cared about her.

      We all thought live-tweeting its mother's death was a low point, but the St. Francis fungus once again proved that it was even more depraved than any of us could have believed before we saw it with our own eyes. It had much more concern for a new smartphone and coffee pot; StGotCU was merely a tool to bring attention to its demented self.

      And now it claims it doesn't like the attention it worked so hard to get. *hic*

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      1. And given his penchant for over sharing, by his silence, we know he never reached into his Rolodex to contact former colleagues at NIH, looking for some help, either a cute or some palliative advice.

        Pathetic.

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        1. Good point. I amend to add that I believe its neglect and demands not only hastened her demise, it increased her suffering.

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      2. "it published near-death photos of her"

        And offered strangers pictures of her corpse.

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  6. https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/670721365742379008

    "Sure, it was a job that didn't pay me and a story that was of no public interest, other than that the father criticized my diminutive chauffeur. JOURNALISM!

    And you watch out, Krendler! I'm going to file a Brodie Motion! I'll probably misspell "Brodie" and probably even "Schmalfeldt," but you're on notice, pal!"

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    1. "I was writing at BU at the time. I had a job to do."
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      This is an interesting admission against self-interest by Bill.

      I wonder how many other "jobs" undertaken by Bill while working at BU were obvious hit pieces, harassment and libel? Is Bill really saying he was harassing people for money under the guise of journalism?

      And then he had the balls to tell others to forget about BK... or else.

      https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_3XKqo334Ys/UiaEifcocxI/AAAAAAAAQhE/6O5tKT1p8zk/s1600/Bill_Schmalfeldt_Kimberlin.JPG

      Oh my.

      Or else what Bill? That you would continue to harass people for a paycheck? That your dimunitive boss gave you marching orders and you goosestepped off to fulfill them? Your cyberbulying was your JOB and you wanted to do a GOOD JOB to impress your BOSS who you said is nothing more than a GOOD FRIEND?

      Oh my.

      Yes I think a judge may have some fun in the near future but it won't be the fun Bill was expecting.

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      1. I vaguely remember William posting his income tax return for the year in question, and there was no income entry related to JOURNALISM. It would then follow that Social Security didn't know about it, either.

        The plot thickens ....

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      2. It might be incumbent on one of you Americans to forward William's tweet to the Social Security Administration on Monday. I doubt they'd accept a complaint from overseas.

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      3. Can you say Criminal Conspiracy!!?

        Who was his immediate supervisor at BU? Who assigned this specific story to Billy? Exactly when did his employment begin and end with BU? How much was he paid? What other stories was he assigned? Was he ever asked to break any Society of Professional Journalist Code of Ethics?(http://www.spj.org/ethicscode-other.asp) Did he ever break them? Was he ever asked to break local, state or US law during the term of his employment? Did he ever break any law during his employment?

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      1. Brody:

        A person you cant help but love.
        Kind, loving, caring, and adorable.
        Falls in love very easily but falls hard none the less.

        I think we can all agree HZIC is a Brody.

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    2. ...story about whether or not a PROVEN GRIFTER, PORNOGRAPHER, and WOULD-BE PIMP of his OWN WIFE (never got any offers) was FAKING the death— The Merry Widower (@TheMerryWidower) November 28, 2015

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      Since I don't think Schmally can point to any Stranahan convictions for fraud or pimping, and he claims this was a journalistic effort, he just admitted to "actual malice." That is, either knowing falsity, or reckless disregard for the truth, per the Sullivan standard.

      Hurry, Schmally! Blow the rest of your insurance payout before Stranahan takes it from you!

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      1. Oh, and as far as I can tell there's no special protected legal status for widowers, so completely eliminating your wife's will to live is probably not a powerful legal maneuver.

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      2. hmmnn, intersting....
        By Gail's Abuser's own rules, accusing someone of committing a crime (or calling them by the adjectives that denote criminal behaviour such as stalker/cyber stalking/harasser for example) when they haven't been convicted is DEFAMATION!!1! and LIBEL!!!!eleventy!!.

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        1. Oh, it's worse than that. In this case, it actually is defamation by bona fide legal standards. BU purports to be a news site, not some anonymous joke blog. It means itself to be taken seriously, and therefore can be held, by a reasonable person, to be responsible for the things it reports to be facts.

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  7. One again the malicious mutant claims to have apologized, then goes on to repeat the vicious slurs on the family the evil monster so cruelly taunted over the loss of their baby.

    And it just can't understand why it is so thoroughly despised by virtually all who've ever had the misfortune to learn of its existence.

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  8. At Bill Sez,
    Kyle Kiernan wrote:
    November 28, 2015 at 10:22 am

    I was standing at the bus stop one day when this stranger came up to me. He was dressed in a long overcoat with big fedora hat and a long scarlet scarf wrapped around his neck and face. He seemed unsteady on his feet and gripped my shoulder as if to support himself. He told me “I don’t have long, but I finally found you. You are the one who can carry on my work. When I am gone you must judge the Schmalfeldt and find and mock any fault he commits. Promise me you’ll do this!”. And with a gasp he died right before me. And so from that day I took from him his silver keyboard and fulfilled his quest which is now mine.

    That’s who died. Was it the same for everybody else or does this happen differently all over?

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  9. Let's not jump to any conclusions - it's possible that the freakshow reported that job and income. I'm sure some resourceful zombie will find a way to confirm it.

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    1. I'm sure his employer will be able to provide all the legal documents on his contract, pay, deducations etc; AND all correspondence between them so that what work direction Bill was given can be ascertained.

      Brett is going to be REALLY mad.

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  10. Yet another dox being squeezed out! What? Don't you love Grady or Thomas, or [picks random name from phone book] anymore Bill?

    https://twitter.com/themerrywidower/status/670753693218816001

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    1. Oh isn't he just so PRECIOUS! As if only two people were aware of something. Yeah, right. lolz

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      1. Well, if the freak only tagged the real id of THE Prince of Parody (may FUN be always upon him), in a tweet, or addressed a blog post, "Dear [real id]" how would anyone else but the two of them know?

        Or if the malicious mutant cc'd PK in an email to LE, how would any of us know?

        Oh... wait... for only two people to know, wouldn't it have to be irl? OMGoodness! It really was coming from inside the trailer! Or the prius... hahahaha

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    2. That reminds me of the time DUMBFUCK published sealed material from a case he was not a party to.

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  11. Again, and try real hard to retain this. It was before ANY OF YOU ever HEARD of Paul Krendler and 5 days BEFORE he launched TMZ. Questions?— The Merry Widower (@TheMerryWidower) November 29, 2015

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    That's as far as you know Stinky.

    Gail's Abuser is making a HUGE assumption there, and as usual, it is HUGELY wrong

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  12. Per Mr. Hoge, the 4/18 post, wherever it was, was a parody of something BS had posted the day before, so in theory (I know, I know) billions of people could have seen it.

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  13. You'd think I'd grow weary of seeing William all lubed up, proud and ready to fuck himself in public, yet again. But you'd think wrong. Because he always makes it feel like the first time, it never gets old.

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    1. I think it's the way he always makes at least three of the same mistakes, even when he manages to come up with a new way to be wrong. It might as well be the first time, if you can't remember how you fucked up the five or more previous times.

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    1. https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/670868812317794304

      The sadism of William’s #WINNING phase really is a joy to watch, isn’t it? It makes the inevitable disintegration of his schemes that much more enjoyable. It's also where his real character shines through.

      As a matter of fact, whenever I see it, a little voice pops into my head and says “Yeah, Cousin Roy is telling the truth about William's being a rapist.” He enjoys the supposed power WAY too much for it to be confined to online flame wars.

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      1. Krendler briefly had a (fairly innocuous) post up last night that he took down, for whatever reason.

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      2. Jane,

        As a purely factual matter, i have no way of knowing for sure. But there are certain psychological traits that William lets slip through when he's angry or convinced that he's victorious that certainly make it plausible to me.

        Given the litany of failure in his life, and the way he truly seems to enjoy dominating those that he perceives as being weaker than he is at any given time, I wouldn't be at all surprised if I learned that it was true.

        Further evidence is the way he refers to women and children (or those significantly younger and smaller than he is) going all the way back to the xmfan days. He maneuvers dialog in such a way as to paint such opponents into instruments of his own carnal gratification. Even his "comedy" seems to reinforce a pattern of sexual power over others. Exactly how many kids have been molested in his skits?

        In my opinion, at least, that isn't the result of Parkinson's dementia or even alcoholism. It's how Bill Schmalfeldt has always been. Not only does he match the classic profile of a rapist, he seems to be subconsciously proud of it. He certainly goes out of his way to justify it. If you read them closely enough, virtually all of William's self-justifications are variations on the "She shouldn't have worn that dress" theme.

        I believe Cousin Roy, not because Cousin Roy has given me any reason to, but because Bill has.

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        1. You make an excellent, even irrefutable case, dear Neal. Add the Daily Kos anal rape essay that got the freak banned, and too many comments to list that fit the same pattern, and I don't see how anyone could remain unconvinced.

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      3. I could spend all day giving individual examples of it, Jane. But I haven't the inclination.

        Another theme that you see with William is that he victimizes others, even innocent third parties, because he was victimized first, so he bears no responsibility for his actions. Where have you seen that before?

        Taken as a whole the last decade of his writings and interactions are more than a little persuasive.

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      4. Even examining William's "apologies" is insightful, and appropriate, given that this post started with the Stranahans.

        One needn't parse his language all that much know that he's essentially saying "It's just a pimp and his whore. I should be able to do whatever I want to them without anyone caring."

        And it wasn't just last night that he did it. It happens each and every time someone mentions his part in the unfortunate fate of Collette Stranahan.

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      5. Exactly, dear Neal.

        One could spend days documenting with a over decade of evidence the malignant mutant has left on the internet, but imo, you've already outlined a convincing case. Yes, without victims, it's possible some would find a reasonable doubt, but it seems irrefutable that rape is a topic in which the malignant monster has too frequently gleefully engaged; repeatedly mentioned in a threatening manner; etc.

        I'd bet a lot that its psychological make-up differs very little from violent serial rapists.

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    1. Stolen Valor Schmalfeldt has promoted himself to general again. In the Banana Republic of his soul, it's always the generals that declare war.

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      1. I was under the impression that a state of war had existed between Bill and Krendler for months, if not years. Does anyone else get a distinctly North Korea vibe from all this?

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      2. Wait, what? I'm confused.

        Bill is Krendler, right? I mean he wouldn't file a false DMCA takedown would he?

        So Bill is at war with Bill?

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        1. That will very likely be the among the least of his problems in the coming months.

          For example [REDACTED - DON'T EDUCATE THE MONKEY - PK]

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  14. Oh, the #WAR hashtag makes its triumphant return

    It's not like I haven't had months of fun with that one before ....

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  15. https://twitter.com/TheMerryWidower/status/671025560986984448

    They're at war with each other? That seems more than a little strange.

    And in exactly six weeks, we'll hear a mighty cry of "YOU SUNK MY BATTLESHIP" from near the Milwaukee's sewage treatment center

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    1. Wow, he really does think he can control what every other person can say and do if he thinks he can declare war between two non-related-to-him parties.

      Of course it's pretty obvious what he thinks he saying; it's just those amazing GS-13 editing skills showing, the ones that make him so much better a writer than anyone else.

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      1. To be fair, his brain is riddled with Parkinson's, hubris and bargain scotch.

        In that spirit, we should hold his tantrums to a lower standard ... than a toddler's.

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      2. Last time a guy with Parkinson's declared war, he ended up blowing his brains out in a bunker.

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    2. "As far as Saddam Hussein Bill Schmalfeldt being a great military strategist, he is neither a strategist, nor is he schooled in the operational arts, nor is he a tactician, nor is he a general, nor is he a soldier. Other than that, he's a great military man, I want you to know that."

      Lulz will be epic..

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      1. Ahhh... good ol' Stormin' Norman.

        Bill read Citizen K as his source for strategery, lawfare and lulz.

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  16. Wait, so Kredler was supposed to make Blob's Twitter go away? And he did it? I'm so confused! 😛

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  17. If everybody here sent him a bottle of JWR for Christmas, would that be a peace offering in the spirit of the season or a death threat eleventy!!!

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    1. I privately thought it would be tomorrow morning before he nutshuffled to court.

      Hope it isn't too cold in Milwaukee. BRRRRRRRR!

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  18. Cousin Bill:

    How's your food in the commissary been tasting, lately?

    In an unrelated note, I recently got a prescription for my dog - did you know they prescribe Prozac to dogs, to treat anxiety? Wild! He'd taken to random piddling about the house, no evident physical symptoms, so we trialled Prozac to see if it was anxiety, and, sure as hell, he stopped the behavior, and a couple of other anxiety-driven behaviors, too.

    Mellow dog is mellow. 😉

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    1. He just can't start the say without his morning cup of Irish coffee and bucket of rage.

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  19. Yeah, but for the first few years you'd have to have, like, really really good connections at the NIH to get into the trials.

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    1. Have you ever wondered if those with connections would use them capriciously, even cruelly? You know, like maybe:

      "Get off your dead ass and put this letter in the mail. My arch-enemy's wife is ill, and my connections could help her get into a trial through NIH."

      "..."

      "Whazzat?"

      "..."

      " No! No NIH connections for YOU! Now get your ugly ass to the post office!"

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