Yes, Marvin…

…take this shit seriously.

This is not a game, and if you aren’t careful, perhaps three and a half years from now you will suffer the wrath of Preston-Schmalfeldt (*snerk*) just as deeply as I have.

And let me tell you, having this much fun laughing at idiots every single day can be exhausting.

But someone has to.


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

5 thoughts on “Yes, Marvin…”

    1. "Where's the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering kaboom!"

    1. It's been years, and I'm still waiting. There hasn't been an expose on the local news or in any of the local papers. They must not feel there is a "there" to the AUB's "there".

  1. SC Law RE: Blackmail:

    Any person who verbally or by printing or writing or by electronic communications:

    (1) accuses another of a crime or offense;
    (2) exposes or publishes any of another's personal or business acts, infirmities, or failings; or
    (3) compels any person to do any act, or to refrain from doing any lawful act, against his will; with intent to extort money or any other thing of value from any person, or attempts or threatens to do any of such acts, with the intent to extort money or any other thing of value, shall be guilty of blackmail and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than five thousand dollars or imprisoned for not more than ten years, or both, in the discretion of the court.

    While it's permissible to negotiate a settlement after a lawsuit is initiated, and yes, sometimes legal settlements do look a lot like extortion and blackmail. IT'S A CRIME TO DO SO BEFORE THE LAWSUIT.

    I won't call but if anyone does call and warn Bill's motel he is using their WI-FI to potentially commit criminal acts and if they continue to allow him to do so they will be held liable, please be courteous and warn them when Bill has police knock on his door he pisses his pants. While the reviews of the motel aren't great, I'm sure any business tries to keep their property urine free.

    Who knew South Carolina and Arizona were so progressive?

    Three year tort clock began on June 20th, 2017 for future reference.


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