The Funny Thing

…just because HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE!!! didn’t tell YOU anything, that doesn’t mean he didn’t tell ME anything.

There is a world FULL of people he could tell that Judge Hecker ruled that everything YOU failed to timely deny in discovery was deemed ADMITTED just as the Maryland Rules require.

Bill Schmalfeldt, aka Westminster Winds, aka Mark in MD, aka email author, aka editor/person in charge of Breitbart Unmasked, aka owner of Almighty Media, aka what else did you fail to answer that is now TRUE BEFORE THE JUDGE, DUMBFUCK?

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Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man’s Zombie

16 thoughts on “The Funny Thing”

  1. He doesn't have tell us, DUMBFUCK, we have other sources. Or we don't. Maybe Judge Hecker DIDN'T rule completely in accordance with the rules and case law, and your dicking about with discovery didn't cost you anything. Maybe we're just riffing on a theme for the fun of it, like we often do. Or maybe you're even more DUMBFUCKED than you would have been by showing up.

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    1. I have heard on authority, that it is impossible for him to flee anywhere. What authority was it? Bill Schmalfeldt.

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      1. Yeah, there is that.

        Also left unsaid is how a DUMBFUCK is going to remain upright in a Florence courtroom for days on end. Despite Lulzsuit VIII being filed back in April, the federal docket still doesn't show any application for ADA accommodation.

        Maybe he's predicting a miraculous physical rally. It's happened before.

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  2. It is interesting that Witless poses questions rather than gives answers. Should one infer from that choice that Witless does not have at least one friend in the courtroom to tell him what actually occurred there? Should Witless infer that no friend of John Hoge was in the courtroom but left from time to time to let other friends know what actually was happening? (Spectators can come and go ad libitum.) Should Witless infer that Krendler reported accurately on what went on in court?

    Is it in fact true that Willy made a mistake in dealing with discovery? Well, soon enough everyone will know. Is it true that Willy's statement submitted in court may be used against him? Soon enough everyone will know.

    I have a suspicion that Krendler has ears in the courtroom. In fact, Krendler may be in the courtroom. Oh my goodness! Willy may have missed a chance to get photographic evidence of Krendler's identity!

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  3. Not everyone tries their case in court, DUMBF5CK, because twitter court doesn't mean shit.

    But being a DUMBF5CK, you wouldn't know that.

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  4. He'd have a better idea what transpired today if he'd actually shown up, methinks.

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  5. Doc No./Seq No.: 197/0
    File Date: 08/21/2017Entered Date:08/22/2017Decision:
    Party Type: DefendantParty No.:4
    Document Name: Written Testimony in Lieu of Personal Appearance

    be careful what you ask for.

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