27 thoughts on “Reward Claimed!”

  1. He *really* loves that turncoat fantasy, doesn't he? Makes me wonder how many times he's betrayed people for cash.

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      1. Nah. I think he's been the betrayer more than the betrayed.

        I will grant that it's been for cock, though.

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      1. We all need to remember that, according to Stacy McCain, someone IS talking to the Feds. For some people, as yet unknown to us, such talk is likely to make them very nervous. For them, pondering the notion that anyone is "dropping a dime" may be a frequent worry.

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    1. No one mocks an urn: what would be the FUN in mocking an inanimate object. Now it may be FUN to mock someone who bought a specific urn for a specific purpose for lack of TASTE.

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  2. $1,000 to become endlessly entwined with the great ship of rancid whale blubber till the day he dies?
    Yeah, that sounds like a great deal.

    I AM KRENDLER!!

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  3. Hey, lookey what I got in my email today:

    "How much is Krendler’s skin worth to you? I am willing to sign a legally binding agreement to send you a check for $1,000 if you tell me Krendler’s actual name and address. I could go higher if you implicate him in the letter forgery, and would grant you immunity for your role in that.

    Get back to me by tomorrow night. If not, I’ll just give the money to somebody else.

    Could you use $1,000? Is protecting Krendler’s ass worth that much to you?

    Let me know.

    Bill Schmalfeldt"

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    1. It seems that desperate, drunk and stupid isn't the strongest negotiating position. Who knew?

      And since he admitted to lying about the authorship of his most recent unread cut and paste tome, why ever does William think that anyone would believe that he'd actually pay out?

      Oh. Right. Desperate, drunk and stupid. I forgot.

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      1. And who would execute such a "legally binding agreement?" Schmalfeldt seems almost allergic to the idea of hiring a lawyer, which is part of the reason that no one takes his offers/threats seriously.

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        1. I'm sure anyone intrigued by such an offer would be more than willing to forego 10% of the proceeds in order for an attorney to hold the funds in escrow.

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      1. That was the first thing that caught my eye. But then Biwwy has always thought that individuals (Hoooooooooooooooooooooge!!)were the ones filing charges and prosecuting in criminal cases. Just as others at TK think that Aaron was the one doing the scheduling of hearings. He really has no clue how the legal system works.

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  4. I have a better idea.

    If Bill Schmalfeldt disburses evidence that leads to Brett Kimberlin being put back behind bars where he belongs, I'll cough up $1000. I'm not as well heeled as RS McCain or Hoge, but I can scrape THAT much up.

    It's never too late to redeem yourself, Bill.

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      1. I figured other folks would chip in. Crowdsourcing can be an astonishingly effective way to fund a project.

        So we're up to $3000 now, Bill. Think about it. While you still have a roof over your head and Internet access.

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    1. You know, if this ends up working out, the tiny terrorist will have its most excellent friend to thank for everything. After all of those rides to court, all of the help and support, etc., the freakshow sets in motion the downfall of team evil.

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  5. I can confirm, via independant sources, that Paul Krendler is in fact, Ray Liotta.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0212985/?ref_=nv_sr_2

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