I’ll Take “Wow, I Really Didn’t Think That Through” for $1000, Alex

The answer is:

JOHN HOGE’S MEDICAL INSURANCE COMPANY WILL SUE THIS DUMBFUCK TO RECOUP THE COST OF A MENTAL HEALTH EXAMINATION BASED ON A BOGUS PETITION – OR HE’LL PAY UP FOR IT UP FRONT

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

24 thoughts on “I’ll Take “Wow, I Really Didn’t Think That Through” for $1000, Alex”

  1. Why would WJJH involve his insurance company or accept any liability for the fat freak's demented fantasy?

    Why would any court accept the ravings of the demented dependent defendant DUMBF5CK as anything other than more proof of the loathsome loser's own mental instability?

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    1. To your first question, I think you first have to ask who would the provider bill? The obvious answer is the patient and his insurer, but another possibility is the State, who ordered the exam. The State would likely order the petitioner to pay, but if not, that would leave the patient. And his insurance company. And their many, many high-priced lawyers.

      Your second question sort of answers itself.

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  2. What happens if Hoge does not contest the requested psych evaluations?

    Where is my thousand buck?

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  3. I'll admit that I'm mildly curious what the law is in this situation. I know that if you're a mandatory reporter (like a doctor, teacher or police officer) then a report like this is acted on swiftly. State law in a situation like this may not allow for common sense or even a cursory examination of any evidence before an evaluation is made.

    I really think this is BS's idea of a scare tactic. He's hoping to worry Hoge over the long holiday weekend or scare him into filing something prematurely. I suspect that he's not going to get what he wants.

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    1. " I suspect that he’s not going to get what he wants."

      Or, as most people call it, Thursday.

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  4. Oh, I'd love to see what Maryland rule he's misread to come up with this. It's going in the vault so when the correct rule is pointed out by the court we can all point and laugh. He really needs to read things before he jumps in with both little nut feet.

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    .@PaulZKrendler Actually, Patrick, if the court orders the exam, the court pays for it. You really are not very smart, are you? #dimwit

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    1. Thing is, the court won't order it. The court is more likely to sanction Schmalfeldt for this "tactic", as it's abusive and not conducive to the smooth operations of the court. Here's a hint, Dumbfuck: if it were effective, every civil case would involve the parties demanding mental evaluations of the others.

      And, Bill, before you cite the form and claim it says you can't be held liable, let me quote the entire sentence:

      "A Petitioner who, in good faith and with reasonable grounds, submits or completes the Petition for Emergency Evaluation is not
      civilly or criminally liable for submitting or completing the Petition."

      See that part about "good faith and with reasonable grounds"? Your stunt wouldn't pass that test.

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      1. "And, Bill, before you cite the form and claim it says you can't be held liable, let me quote the entire sentence:

        "A Petitioner who, in good faith and with reasonable grounds, submits or completes the Petition for Emergency Evaluation is not civilly or criminally liable for submitting or completing the Petition."

        See that part about "good faith and with reasonable grounds"? Your stunt wouldn't pass that test."

        So. Much. This!

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    2. "You really are not very smart, are you?"

      Asks the person who has been legally barred from contacting 8 or 9 people because of his harassing behavior and who has presumably just filed a request for an emergency mental evaluation of one of the people he was legally barred from contacting.

      Asks the person who fell over while trying to pet his dog and then claimed in a complaint to local law enforcement that his fall was caused by smelling the contents of a package he received in the mail. The very same person who then had to write a letter to said law enforcement explaining that the reason why he wrote them a complaint full of easily countered lies was because he has advanced PD and cannot remember what has happened within a 24 hour period.

      Asks the person who has openly stated that he has impulse control issues, executive function impairment, and other issues.

      Asks the person who wanted to plead not guilty by reason of diminished mental capacity and then backed out when he found out that he'd have to be examined by an actual doctor. Any guesses why that revelation made him give up that defense?

      Goddamn. His parents really did a number on him didn't they? I don't know if they fucked him over by action or inaction but they sure as hell made a mess. i guess it's always possible that he is just the expression of an especially defective collection of genetic material and that his parents had nothing to work with and she be held accountable. Hopefully his kids got most of their dominant traits from their mothers. He is the textbook example of narcissism. If projection were a sport he'd hold all the titles. Of course, if self-awareness were a sport he wouldn't qualify to be in a tournament with single cell animals.

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        1. Until just now, I didn't think it was possible to insult scumbags...

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  5. In a few days, Bill will be just like the amputated Black Knight in The Holy Grail. "It's just a flesh wound!"

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    1. Nah, the Black Knight at least had courage. Bill is a coward.

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  6. What are you, A dumbfuck?

    Small bills will work for me.

    I will donate my haul to the horde If any wan't to hear my version of what happened in the first inning of this game. as originally described by someone who thought he batted first. I think WJJH may have led off to start the game, and I think BS hung the first pitch.

    Trust me, My version is far funnier.

    Throw-away punchline...

    Yellowstone

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  7. There is some research that points to assorted "paths" that I wonder if it might also apply to a guy with messed up dopamine production/reception, either as a function of disease or its treatment. His antisocial behavior leads to a chemical reward and in turn the reward stimulates more antisocial behavior. Ken White at Popehat seemed to intuit what the happy place was all about.

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    1. It would not turn out to be as funny as you imagine. Witless Willie is quite sane; he is merely vile.

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      1. Yeah, I think he's a lot like some people that I've known. They can be perfectly normal in small doses or over a short period of time, but as you get to know them you begin to realize that they are either sociopaths or just plain nuts. I'm reasonably sure that BS has a number of personality disorders, unless he is simply a world-class troll playing a very long game, but nothing that's likely to get him committed in the short term.

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