This podcast from the Cato Institute deals with how “non-profit” schools benefit the folks who run them rather than students or the public. Schools aren’t the only non-profit businesses that function as a gravy trains for a few insiders.
I think so, Brain … but the infinite number of monkeys in the typing room claim they had nothing to do with it.
On 9 April, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin admitted to Judge Ryon during a hearing in the the state Kimberlin v. Walker, et al., “I’ve never paid an extra fee for restricted delivery.”
On 11 March, TDPK filed his answers to Judge Grimm concerning why he should not be sanctioned for forging a summons sent to Twitchy in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness and why some of the defendants in that case should not be dismissed for lack of service of process. Here is a section of the Certified Mail green card filed as Exhibit A in his pleading about service of process.The Post Office receipts filed as Exhibit B in TDPK’s January report to Judge Grimm on service of process confirm that the Restricted Delivery fee was not paid for the Certified Mail article with that tracking number. So there’s documentary evidence and an admission against interest during a state proceeding that point to Kimberlin’s submitting an altered green card as that Exhibit A.
On the very day that he was answering the court about forging a document, TDPK appears to have submitted a forged document to the court as an exhibit. I couldn’t make up a story like that if I tried.
Knowledge of the fact differs from knowledge of the reason for the fact.
So far, no one has actually bought a copy of any of the literary works (stop laughing) by the Cabin Boy™ through the Amazon link on the Home Page.
However, other purchases have been made recently. Thanks to everyone who has used the link, especially whoever bought that Hewlett-Packard wide format plotter.
I think so, Brain … but do you really think there’s a market for Kentucky Fired Peeps?