Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

So last night, DUMBFUCK published this post (safe link) https://archive.is/5IAxh

Visually, as I showed in this TMZ post, it looked like this:

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Our DUMBFUCK seems quite concerned that Sarah Palmer might be deleting posts or engaging in evidence spoliation.

A linguistic note: “despoiling” is what happens to unwilling virgins, but I have been told that this is not new information to certain retired GS-13 DUMBFUCKS.

But it is worth noting the irony this morning…because if you go looking for the same post right now, this is what you get:

spoliation

 

Probably just a coincidence.  Yeah.

Another note to the fine deputies of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department: BOLO for another pair of restraining orders from North Carolina to be delivered to St. Francis in the coming days.  You’ll probably want to prepare stones for a lottery or straws to be drawn or whatever your chosen method for assigning unpleasant duties may happen to be.  Still, have a safe day no matter what happens.  God bless you all.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

32 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. Unwilling virgins? You must have led a sheltered life (back when you were alive that is).

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  2. Dear Billy,
    Two things:
    1) you LOSE!
    2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3fMCipPIgc
    p.s. Enjoy that butthurt now!

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  3. Oopsie poopsie.

    William's lawyer (the one who will be communicating to us from here on out) should explain to him why that's a really bad idea.

    You listening, Ely?

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    1. See, you gotta translate to anally-fixated DUMBF**K for it to make sense. You should do your own homework on this, but I'll give you a hint:

      self-described HappyMyWifeDied TheMerryWidower stands by words that it flushed.

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    1. No, but I've heard of a "grown" woman being so-court ordered not to harass a toddler...
      http://debfrischdatabase.blogspot.com/2007/06/frisch-injunction-may-18th-2007.html
      Things didn't turn out too well for her, if I recall correctly...

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      1. Oh, you're correct, I should have recalled that today's order did indeed have a sort of precedent that I knew about. I guess I didn't think of it because there wasn't a separate order protecting only JG's child.

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    2. William's a pioneer in any number of ways!

      In fact, I'd be shocked to learn that he isn't the first person in American history to have so many active restraining orders in so many different jurisdictions. Nevermind the number of states, Oliver Wendell Jones has active orders in three different time zones!

      Most folks find more productive things to overachieve at, but you really have to admire the Diminished Capacity Kid's dedication. There's a certain, almost incandescently retarded devotion to being an asshole there that really is remarkable to behold.

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      1. Think of it another way, half of the world's countries are smaller than the territory where the court's have felt it necessary to regulate his penchant for being a dickhead! If you combine the populations of the states that have issued orders, it's not far off from equaling Germany.

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  4. William M Schmalfeldt Sr. says: "I sure hope she's I'm not deleting blog posts or despoiling evidence."

    Four, covering six, across three, in just five. That may just be a record, DUMBFUCK.

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  5. I cant recall anyone getting 8 restraining orders as a Cardinal rule most idiots scumbags abusive assholes quit after the first one or two - usually from a loved one a neighbor or a co worker.....

    eight - I cannot freakin believe it - eight

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    1. After he dies, the Vatican will make William the patron saint of stalking. It's all a part of his devious plan to be surrounded by nuns who can witness his "miracles."

      And that is a much more coherent explanation of Schmalfeldt's predicament than even Schmalfeldt has offered.

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      1. Nope, definitely Catholic, and on solid theological ground; just not very aligned with the past forty years of political Catholicism. Kinda like the Donald Trump of the Vatican.

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        1. I actually agree with you. He's a very different Pope in that he has a tremendous Christian heart of mercy, and he has always been a man of the people ahead of being a man of the priesthood. He is very much at odds with doctrine going back as far as the death of John XXIII, I would say. The other who may have been similar was likely John Paul I, but he made the Vatican Bank priority one and lasted 33 days, not that correlation equals causation or anything.

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      2. My only beef is that he conflates welfare redistributionism with charitable giving. It doesn't take a loving heart to surrender your wealth at the end of a sword. Welfare ain't Christian.

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        1. That's where his politics diverge from the doctrine. Inappropriately, IMO.

          Jesus said "Feed my sheep."

          He didn't say "Tax THAT GUY! to feed my sheep."

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    2. ISWYDT...

      On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 1:15 PM, The Thinking Mans Zombie wrote:

      > BusPassOffice commented: "I cant recall anyone getting 8 restraining > orders as a Cardinal rule most idiots scumbags abusive assholes quit after > the first one or two - usually from a loved one a neighbor or a co > worker..... eight - I cannot freakin believe it - eight" >

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    1. More like incriminating information that can be used against him. For example, he admitted that he's still willing to stalk children but he's a DUMBFUCK who doesn't know that's bad.

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