Dreadful Pro Se Litigators Should Do Their Own Research

But here’s a paraphrased thread to pull on:

Amended complaints become, at the time of their submission, operative in the case; original filings no longer control litigation.

My friend John over at Hogewash! likes to share legal concepts from time to time.  In my opinion he provides more detail than is necessary, but it’s his blog and he makes the rules. I certainly do not feel the need to follow suit.

All I want to say here is that if a Dreadful Pro Se read that paraphrase, and tried to place it within the context of his own amended complaint, he would probably think he’s in great shape.

He would be very, very wrong.

John might share more information than that.  He might, for example, share why a Dreadful Pro Se is wrong, even going so far as to provide, however accidentally, a path toward correcting one or more of the monstrous errors that a DUMBFUCK has made.

I won’t.

I think that diminishes the FUN.

And all I have is FUN.

Dropping a metaphorical blind man in a metaphorical minefield, if it’s the right blind man, can be FUN.


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

17 thoughts on “Dreadful Pro Se Litigators Should Do Their Own Research”

      1. But that's what makes it FUN!

        Even more is not the failure to understand, but the willful intentionality of the failure. He builds defensive positions against unpleasant facts, which is like sealing yourself in an airtight coffin...

        Hey, now there's something he hasn't tried yet!

    1. They can try, but even Anne Sullivan couldn't make the self-described HappyMyWifeDied TheMerryWidower understand.

      Water ≠ fear pee

  1. His inability to understand anything is how William managed to accidentally drop the Does and Roes from Lulzsuit VI.

    Of course, he might get leave to amend a dozen or so times, but I somehow doubt it.

  2. https://twitter.com/hotcheeseshot/status/703339543597031426


    I foresee a little pee river flowing from his office chair when Bruce delivers the package to his room and he sits down and opens it.

      1. Can Canticle and Juniper Courts take a tax-deduction for swabbing up Schmalfeldt's fearpee puddles?


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