No, No, Yes.

Aaron didn’t threaten anyone.

He doesn’t face the loss of anything.

You’ve always been an idiot. @schlongspud is wise; today is just the day you made it screamingly obvious to everyone on earth.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

12 thoughts on “No, No, Yes.”

  1. That certainly explains why Self-humiliating and self-described Happy My Wife Died woo hoo TheMerryWidower's children want nothing to do with the loathsome loser, and won't let the grotesque ghoul near its grandchildren.

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  2. OT.

    Encyclopedia Dramatica has an update about Witless Willie's latest failure as a pro se.

    I hope whatever zombie is keeping them abreast of things will let them know about today's legal blunder from the witless one.

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    1. Point of order: The Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt TRIED to lead Aaron into what Blob claims was extortionate conduct.

      The "Worst Attorney in the World" has long been familiar with the dishonest nature of BS. And, Aaron is far too skilled and experienced in his craft to allow himself to be led down that road.

      IOW -- BLOB FAIL.

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  3. So Bill has admitted, in a letter to a lawyer's organization, that he conducted settlement negotiations in bad faith. This will be the straw that broke the camel's back for Bill's legal adventures - it will be the tipping point for the judge to agree to sanctions and a vexatious litigant status. And to then scream offensive sexual comments about his (female) opponent in the suit he just lost will look so good to the (female) judge when deciding sanctions.

    There may come a day when Bill has gone too far for the legal systems to ignore his behavior, and today just might be that day.

    It will take a while, but Bill will face repercussions from his latest activities.

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    1. Despite the dementia, on some level the loathsome loser knows this, agiledog. That's why the fat freak lashed out with the motion for an evaluation, imo.

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      1. This is one area where we disagree, Jane. I do not believe Bill Schmalfeldt suffers from any form of dementia. His first and foremost problem is a complete lack of impulse control - he just does not stop and think about the consequences of his actions, or even assumes there will be any. Placing the blame for his bad acts on dementia in some ways absolves him of these acts - you are saying he is mentally impaired and therefore not responsible for his acts. I do not believe this - I believe he knowingly and willfully does things that are meant to hurt and/or injure people - he just doesn't care that he does.

        It is for that reason alone that I don't think that anything bad that happens to him is unfortunate - he deserves everything that happens to him.

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        1. I have to agree with agiledog here. As much as I dislike disagreeing with our Dear Jane (and, I actually cannot even recall an instance where I have disagreed with her before -- aside from the BS PD-Dementia issue), I don't believe the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt suffers from any form of dementia either... not at all.

          I have known folks who have suffered (or, are currently suffering) from various forms of dementia. And, I have actually known two folks who suffered (and, sadly have since passed away) specifically with Parkinson's Disease Dementia.

          IMO -- Blob uses his PD-D claim as a crutch to fall back on in his weak-ass attempts to either justify some boneheaded move he made (again!), or in an attempt to excuse some cruel behavior he engaged in (again!) trying to hurt someone he believes wronged him.

          As AD stated above... BS has a complete lack of impulse control. He is childish as the day is long. He is also just downright malicious. AND -- a big, fat, lying liar who lies... all the time.

          Bill Schmalfeldt uses his 100% Totally Disabled!!1!!1! and Parkinson's Disease Stage Eleventy!!1!!1! and PD Dementia!!1!!1! ploys as a shield. I don't buy any of it... not for a second.

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        2. Parkinson's and dementia can be totally separate things. An individual may have either without having the other. There are also varying degrees of severity in both. One may be asymptomatic, or suffer the full tragedy of either, or both, or anywhere in between.

          That one is also evil doesn't preclude having dementia. That one was born stooopid doesn't preclude also having dementia. Consider dementia symptoms, virtually all of which the grotesque ghoul exhibits, from its inability to understand simple English, to its claims of hallucinations.

          Finally, that one has dementia doesn't mean they can't differentiate between right and wrong. I believe the loathsome loser knows its actions are wrong, hence the fat freak's frequent failed efforts to justify those vile actions. The malignant monster didn't choose to have dementia, but it does choose to be evil, every single day of its miserable existence.

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        3. Oh. I understand the points you are making, Dear Jane. And I, too, very much understand why you believe BS has dementia.

          I, unfortunately, understand and know far more about Parkinson's Disease and Parkinson's Disease with PD-Dementia than I care to (or, ever imagined I would). My Mother suffered from Parkinson's Disease AND dementia (however, her dementia was not related to her PD), and one of my Grandfather's suffered from Parkinson's Disease WITH the related Parkinson's Disease Dementia. Both are just inhumane, sad, vile, vile diseases. *heavy sigh*

          It's just a difference of opinions we're having... although I believe each of us understand where the other is coming from. On the "BS is evil and stupid" fronts -- I have no doubt that you and I are in complete agreement. lol!

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    2. "It will take a while, but Bill will face repercussions from his latest activities."

      Murum aries attigit.

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