24 thoughts on “Wait…WHAT?”

  1. I'm afraid it's true...

    http://missaprilb.blogspot.com/2012/04/loser-of-week-man-fakes-parkinsons-to.html

    http://micdaa.blogspot.com/2011/11/simon-sayshello-one-part-of-my-story.html

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    1. When I went to missaprillb web site, it took me 10 minutes to recall why I was there. What a nice picture.

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  2. What kind of malignant monster would fake such a thing, relegating its devoted wife to a life of poverty, at least compared to its prior earnings? Don't forget - the self-named HappyMyWifeDied TheMerryWidower was working getting paid for inflicting its revolting self on XMfan from home. It didn't have to leave the hovel, or do much of anything to collect those six figures.

    Apparently security for the wife wasn't nearly as important as having 16 full hours per day to spend on the interwebz.

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    1. "Don't forget -- the self-named TheMerryWidower was getting paid for inflicting its revolting self on XMFan from home."

      Don't forget -- the self-named TheMerryWidower was getting paid for inflicting its revolting self on XMFan from home AFTER it spent years getting paid for inflicting its revolting self on XMFan from its stinky NIH cubicle.

      Blob even posted selfies on XMFan of himself in that stinky NIH cubicle -- DURING WORK HOURS (all on the taxpayers' hard-earned dime).

      Hypocritical POS -- Thy name is the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt.

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  3. You mean Billy's "shakes" might just result from withdrawal from last night's bout with Johnny Walker?

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  4. Has Bill overtly stated his prescription status? He must have stocked up right before he ran away from MD; 'cause we know he can't help but share every detail of his life with the Twitterverse.

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  5. A wise man pointed out that about half of all Parkinson's patients are misdiagnosed. Shocking figure. I guess when the only true proof of the disease is dissecting the brain misdiagnoses are sure to happen.

    Why I'd bet if someone wanted to sit on their ass and collect disability and had access to some medical experts, like the NIH for example, they could do a pretty good job faking the symptoms. But no one is so horrible to do such a thing.

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    1. Of course not. Who would forge create fake medical records and make up stories about having such a disease? That would be terrible. Unthinkable.

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      1. The doctors' signatures are wholly inconsistent. That proves they are the real deal.

        On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 1:09 PM, The Thinking Mans Zombie wrote:

        > MJ commented: "Of course not. Who would forge create fake medical records > and make up stories about having such a disease? That would be terrible. > Unthinkable."

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  6. Perhaps we should start calling Willy, "The Baron":

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Munchausen_syndrome

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