I think so, Brain … but will the EPA, the SEC, and OSHA let us use Miracle-Gro for that?
Of all the people that Bill Schmalfeldt has harassed, I’m the only one who has been able to do anything to hold him accountable for his actions. In the process of my doing that over the past year, the Cabin Boy™ has been exposed to the world for what he is—an ineffective, incompetent, talentless, vile, and cowardly loudmouth who is full of bluster but lacking in substance.
Stacy McCain has observed that “the best way to discredit Bill Schmalfeldt is to quote Bill Schmalfeldt.” Indeed, allowing Schmalfeldt to act out, allowing him to show his true self over the past year, has allowed him to destroy his own credibility. The most benign view that anyone, including law enforcement, has of him is as a harmless loonie who is a bit of a pain-in-the-ass. That is true not only in Maryland, but in other states as well, and not everyone’s opinion is so benign.
Moreover, the past year has shown the Cabin Boy™ to be a loser. The peace order stuck. His motion for modification was denied. His appeal of the peace order was denied. The six-month extension was granted. There was no probable cause found when he tried to file a perjury charge against me in Carroll County. He’s had even poorer luck on his home turf in Howard County. The only reason he isn’t in the Carroll County Detention Center (or Springfield State Hospital) right now is because I agreed to drop charges. And the whole copyright infringement thing over the past few days … oh, never mind.
You get the picture, don’t you, Gentle Reader? Each new thing the Cabin Boy™ tries winds up showing him to be a bigger fool, a sorrier sore loser. So, beyond saying that I will keep allowing the Cabin Boy™ to make of fool of himself if he insists and to hand me another win, I see no need to give him any help.
I doubt that Bill Schmalfeldt has enough sense to leave me alone. I expect he will do something stupid.
I think so, Brain … but I do care if Jimmy cracks corn.
The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has been having trouble with Certified Mail green cards. Many of the copies of them he has filed as exhibits with various court pleadings are inconsistent with the Post Office receipts for payment. Some seem to have the Restricted Delivery box checked when that fee was not paid.
Some but not all.
The copies he filed before the need for Restricted Delivery was brought to his attention don’t have that box checked. (Even though later copies of the same cards do!) For example, these copies were filed as part of Exhibit E in his report to Judge Grimm about service of process.Hmmmmm.
If you think your boss is stupid, remember: you wouldn’t have a job if he was any smarter.