Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!

I kno- a guy -ho built an entire house but didn’t put in any doors or -indo-s.  -as the house -o-plete?

And yes, I on-e heard of a -o-an -ho bought a ne- -ar that had no seats or headlights.  -as the -ar -o-plete?

I’ve seen books -ritten by people -ho refuse to a-kno-ledge the third, thirteenth and t-enty-third letters of the alphabet.  -ould you say those books are -o-plete?

You DU-BFU-K.

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

8 thoughts on “Good Morning, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. Q1. Is emailing a filing:

    A. Delivering it.
    B. Mailing it to the address most recently stated in a pleading or paper
    C. Mailing it to the last known address
    D. NONE OF THE ABOVE

    Is it any surprise to anyone that the answer is D, as in DUMBFUCK?

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  2. Are you telling me that someone does not know the difference between mailing and emailing?

    One requires stamps (no, not food stamps).

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    1. One requires someone to get off their fat ass and go to the Post Office or mail box,

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        1. Like the old meme says, Jesus drives a Honda, but he's pretty humble about it.

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      1. Ahh yes. Going to the mailbox. But that only works if you have spare stamps. Otherwise a trip to the post office is necessary. And that requires a car. If you file IFP, you can't have a car so you can't go to the post office, and you certainly can't afford stamps.

        I apologize for not getting it. A is sued by B in Maryland so B sues A in South Carolina as IFP. That means A is excused from the Maryland requirement to mail or deliver.

        Do I have it now?

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        1. The logic you display here is completely mind-boggling. Boggle, boggle, boggle!

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