Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt’s latest wacko theory is that Aaron Walker is the person behind the @GhostRadioOnlin account on Twitter.
Aside: For those Gentle Readers who have the good sense not to follow Schmalfeldt’s Twitter account du jour changes, @GhostRadioOnlin was the name of one of the Cabin Boy’s accounts for a few days. Minutes after he dropped it, someone grabbed it to use as a parody account. Schmalfeldt likes to dish out “parody” and “satire,” but he can’t take it.
Schmalfeldt has a pretzel logic “proof” of his fantasy in a post on his Team Schmalfeldt blog (No, I won’t link to it.). Part of his “proof” relies on the “fact” that @GhostRadioOnline deleted a tweet sent at 5:50 pm on the 15th that supposedly answered a question sent by Aaron Walker (@AaronWorthing) at 5:51 pm. Schmalfeldt claims that deleting the tweet was Aaron Walker’s way of covering his tracks.
Schmalfeldt had an earlier whackjob fixation that Aaron Walker was Kimberlin Unmasked. That wasn’t true either. I don’t know the identity of either Ghost Radio or Kimberlin Unmasked, but I know that Aaron Walker can’t be either. I have engaged in DMing on Twitter or watched live Twitter conversations with/by those individuals at times when I was in the same place as Aaron Walker—while he was not using an Internet device and could not have been online.
Oh, in case your wondering how I know about the Cabin Boy’s blog post … he sent four comments about it to this blog.