Good Afternoon, DUMBFUCK

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Oh, you are, huh?

Why do I sense some textbook Demented Cyberstalker behavior just over the hill?

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And THERE IT IS!! DUMBFUCK (who spent YEARS websurfing the XMFAN forums on the taxpayer dime) thinks the gubbmint might be upset about some other career titsucker visiting his website…

Well, when you put it that way it sort of makes sense, doesn’t it? MALWARE, don’t ya know?

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Because that’s not even a little bit creepy or stalkerish.  I know I get emails from every website visit.  Don’t you? 

OF COURSE THAT’S NOT A REASON TO USE A PROXY SERVER TO VISIT THE WEBSITE OF A KNOWN, ADJUDICATED CYBERSTALKER.

THAT WOULD JUST BE COMICAL, TO WANT TO AVOID SUCH A SHITBAG TRYING TO REACH OUT…

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AND ACCUSE YOU OF A CRIME FOR VISITING HIS PUBLICLY AVAILABLE WEBSITE.

BECAUSE YOU’RE JUST FINE WITH IT.

JUST COMICAL.

Yes, DUMBFUCK…all your self-created adversaries are dimwits.  But remember the pecking order:

DUMBFUCK is to DIMWIT as DIMWIT is to GENIUS.

To recall a DUMBFUCK’S one untintentionally accurate self-assesment: “You clever boys had me pegged.  I am just so stupid, that I am going to dial into that courtroom today and totally fuck myself over.”  

Yup. I see it about the same way.

Looking forward to the spin-into-a-win postgame fear pee cleanup…

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

20 thoughts on “Good Afternoon, DUMBFUCK”

  1. Oh, that special dementia ensures self-described happy my wife died theMerryWidower will always do exactly that, whether at a courthouse, on the telephone, or abusing the internet.

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  2. I only know a non-statistically valid number of DOS employees but everyone is very liberal. I find it humorous to consider the possibility that he is trying to cause trouble for someone who may have happened by his website out of sympathy and camaraderie.

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  3. I have to laugh at this.

    Bill knows so little about how the internet works just in general, but he makes such bold assertions with such ignorant assumptions, you can't help but laugh when his paranoia builds so much that he can just fire off letters to ISP's saying, "People are visiting my website and I don't like it!"

    I mean, how are you going to build your brand if you don't want people to come and visit?

    If you don't want people stealing your work, perhaps you should go to a paid membership scheme?

    Of course, that begs the question: Once someone downloads it "illegally from a wide open website", what do they do with it? Try to put it on iTunes and Amazon and sell it as their own? Who does that?

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    1. I have it on good authority that once something is published on the Internet that legal rulings prohibiting publication are no longer valid. I see no reason why that shouldn't be applied to copyright. I mean that's a legal ruling, right?

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    2. Bill Schmalfeldt: never NOT being a psychotic, hypocritical, stalking fucknut

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  4. How DARE someone act under the authority of the State Department to view a webpage!!!!! This isn't a private email server we're talking about here, THIS IS SERIOUS!!!!!11111!1!1!!11eleventy11!

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  5. I have to wonder how he concluded that a particular browsing IP address could be associated with a particular email address when proxies and such are involved.

    The only semi-reliable way I can think of (but then, I have never gone into an Internet Detective training program) is if the person browsing also simultaneously (or nearly so) sent in a comment or an email. But as I understand it, no one [sane] ever comments on the Blob's site.

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    1. So, do DoS email servers bounce mail to dead accounts, auto-delete, or archive unread?

      Doesn't matter, Schmally latest report of FEDRIL CRAHMS!!!!!! isn't going anywhere, because he always stops reading before he gets to the part of the statute that ruins the fantasy.

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  6. I like how DUMBFUCK thinks I visited his site, because someone near Worcester MA visited his site. He knows my email address, so he knows who my ISP is, yet that visitor used a completely different ISP. Somehow, someway, though, it was me. We don't call him DUMBFUCK for nothing.

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  7. Nothing drives traffic to your web-site like personal one-on-one interaction with your visitors. I especially like it when Jeff Bezos calls me thirty times a day whenever I update my Amazon wishlist, or when Eric Schmidt knocks on my door to ask why I just searched for that thing. It's how the greats became that way.

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