Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

  

  1. Yes, in retrospect, publishing Grady’s address seems to have been a bad idea, given the turns that DUMBFUCK’S path has taken since then.
  2. As far as participating in the killing of its wife, it did get the life insurance, it removed a huge drag on its pro se legal career, it got a nice new MANGINA CAVE from which to podcast its audio child porn right under the noses of the NINJANUNS, plus that sweet new ride! (It’s red. Vroom, VROOM!) So I think the jury is still out on whether that was a good idea or not.
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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

30 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. Perhaps it's progress that he's finally admitting what we've known all along. And it's not like StGotCU didn't get anything out of the deal.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yljbcRu3tiU

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  2. That is really appalling. That tweet reads like BS is admitting that he took thinks too far in his endless vendetta.

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    1. She kicked his ass to the curb for a while. He doesn't like being held accountable for his actions. SCHMALFELDT MAD! SCHMALFEDLT SMASH!

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    1. I mean, really? What the hell? In black and white, he says he killed his wife for revenge? The hell?

      WHO DOES THAT?

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      1. Oh, and before Mr. Bill gets all excited, it's MLK day. A bank holiday. The office is closed. I am commenting from home. Don't bother to harass my employer about any remarks I make today.

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  3. Here's a question for the medical professionals: Is "terminal scleroderma exacerbated by stress-related second-hand butthurt" an actual thing?

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    1. A hunt for "terminal scleroderma" turned up this article (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3165317/Woman-23-suffers-terminal-illness-turning-STONE-details-disease-slowly-destroying-body.html). Yes, the title is click bait, but the description of living with systemic scleroderma sounds nothing like BS's description of his wife's condition.

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  4. Looks like he has protected his Tweets again. I imagine him lurking deep within the recesses of the Mangina Cave, tuning up the ManginaMobile, planning his next move when he will strike and emerge victorious and all the cultists of the world will fear and dread the terrible onslaught of...The Mangina dun duh duhhhhh!

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    1. Why is it Kyle... that your description makes me think of the South Park episode "The Koon and Friends?"

      LOLOL!!!

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  5. What is delicious is that riffing on this particular public utterance from Blithering Bill can take two directions. It can, as Paul has so well done, focus on the inept prose of a contender for the title of world's least competent professional writer.

    Or of course one could riff on the absurdity of Willie's contention that his harassment of Grady was initiated by the death of Willie's wife when the harassment started months before that death. And if that death was being hastened by distress over things said about her on the Internet, then Willy was very naughty indeed to pass those sayings on to her and thereby accelerate her permanent retirement to an urn, tasteful and practical as that urn may be.

    Speaking of Grady's harassment, was it only three actions that Willy commenced against Grady and then dropped? I am wondering how prominently the record of that course of conduct will feature in the arguments of "good cause" for refusing to waive service of summons. (No. This is not simian education. There is nothing Willie can do now to alter his record of frivolous litigation.) There is no duty to facilitate such frivolity, but there may be an implied duty to discourage it.

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    1. Somebody has opened themselves to sanctions the day he filed his Lulu suit, it is not what is in the filing but what he left out that is information the court needed from day one.

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      1. Unfortunately, the courts are far too reluctant to impose sanctions. But you are absolutely correct that the court may be quite displeased when it realizes just how much that is relevant Willie deliberately failed to disclose.

        A lot of what was not disclosed may not ultimately be considered germane in a motion to dismiss (but somehow I suspect some of it will be raised on a good faith theory that it may be germane). Some other things that definitely are not germane to a motion to dismiss may be germane to a motion to quash and will be raised there.

        As usual, Willie has failed to consider the various directions whence pushback will come.

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  6. TDFKAD spews: 'The Kanine Krap Kollector should ask one of his dogs to read this to him. "...IN THE TITLE OF YOUR BLOG."'

    And yet, his own words say otherwise:

    http://i.imgur.com/SM5lRd2.jpg

    I don't see anything in there about a title, or a blog. Those are very specific statements, and they are also completely untrue. But what can you expect TDFKAD?

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    1. How is an investigative journalist, broadcaster, and author of multiple books NOT newsworthy?

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      1. ...add to that the fact that William Schmalfeldt is an adjudicated stalker/harasser in, what, 7 states? Last I checked, cyberbullyies/stalkers/harassers are all issues of intense public interest. So the fact that at least 7 different courts have deemed Billy a menace/cyberbully/stalker/harasser makes him a public figure.

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