Good Afternoon, DUMBFUCK!

Hey, remember when Judge Hecker told you to get a copy of the rules and to understand them?

(yes, I know he was talking to you and HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE!!! both, but somehow I think WJJH has always had a better grasp of the rules than you have, and he’s not in any danger of being found in contempt, is he?)

As for you and the rules, well…

the LULZ train is a’comin’!


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

8 thoughts on “Good Afternoon, DUMBFUCK!”

  1. Drunkenstein's pretending that he's an All-American Badass is almost as adorable as when he used to pretend that stress was KILLING him.

    On an unrelated note, I wonder if he had to call across the room to ask if he got the definition of "gang bang" right. Since he spelled it properly, the odds are better than even that he didn't even write that tweet.

  2. I have $100 that says if William "I stole valor and faked Parkinson's" Shmalfeldt loses all of the inevitable crying coming up to avoid showing in person at the end of June, that he would rather have a summary judgement against himself than piss his pants in court.

    Bonus $50.00 side bet that the little pedo uses his no show in some angle to have either a continuance or dismissal.

    Double bonus $1000 side bet that in this case "because Maryland" will apply.

  3. What bill did is the equivalent of If Brett forced the De Long family to come to a trial as character witnesses. the total stupidity is palatable, it hangs in the air like a string of garlic that has rottened in a pantry over a hot summers say

    Or his boyfriends hideous face with all those mysterious blotches

    1. Very nice imagery BPO. I have to agree. It's just that stupid that you can smell it rotting away.

  4. Uhm, HZIC; considering the nature of the "service" of Bill's documents over at Hoge's place; should you reset the "Forgery Accident" counter? Or do we have to have confession/Adjudication?

  5. Bill really should not mistake his and his rent -a- boi's personal amusements for anything anyone else would do.

    1. May I please be excused from imagining their personal amusements. I have seen what such observations have done to an innocent cat.


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