Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

I’m sorry, what’s that again?

“Why didn’t we tell you?”


  1. Not our job.
  2. We actually did.  Several times.
  3. You didn’t believe it.
  4. Not our problem.

And now you get to test your legal skills against The Worst Lawyer In The World!

And we get to watch you fumble your way to abject humiliation… again.



Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

8 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. The chatter was there to be read. Dave's "Ides of March" post. Johnny Atsign. Insiders dropping allusions to the day before D-Day. BillySez goes private. Everything was flashing red...unless one is a drunken DUMBFUCK blinded by his own arrogant stoopidity.

    Popcorn is stocked, my friends.

    1. A fucking BURNING BUSH could have appeared to tell the Johnnie Walker Red Baron what was going to happen and he would have replied by saying "I'm smarter. The law is on my side."

      1. hahaha Yup - and both of those are almost as funny as when self-described HappyMyWifeDied TheMerryWidower claims to have evidence. Well, there is a ton of evidence - but none of it is damaging to the defendents. hahahaha

        Gotta give the loathsome loser credit for never blaming its dementia for the abject FAILure and humiliation the fat freak continually heaps upon its vile self. *hic*

  2. What did Bill say the other day about hubris? I'm glad everyone has been backing up all his tweets about how THIS time he will win. It's a lock. Defendants will default, etc. Can't wait to see his greatest hits rolled out again after he cuts and runs. Or his handed his ass by the courts. Whichever comes first.

    1. This is why the Diminished Capacity Kid is the Greatest Man Alive. He sees a given set of facts before him, builds the most implausible theory imaginable about What It all Means, and convinces himself of it so thoroughly that it has to be a conspiracy when everything doesn't work out just like it does in his delusions.

      In an unrelated note, did you know that Klonopin and Ambien both increase the risk of dementia in seniors?

  3. Is it possible that the esteemed Mr. Walker could be one of the first lawyers to object to a plaintiff's motion (the Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice)?

    "Your Honor, we object, we prefer to go to trial and crucify him the old fashioned way..."
    "...sustained...please proceed..."


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