Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin alleges in his proposed second amended complaint for his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness that the coverage of his antics by my codefendants and me has adversely affected his music career. This is from paragraph 204.ECF 100-204I think that anyone who has had the misfortune to listen to one of his recordings or music videos would agree with me that a proper response to Brett Kimberlin’s music is “Don’t give up your day job.”

30 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

    • no, the problem is that his music sucks… the only thing potent about his music is how badly it stinks.

  1. I have listened to some, and your assessment is undoubtedly accurate.

    As I pointed out under another one of your posts at , many of the Op-Critical videos on youtube come with a license that permits re-distribution as long as it is done with proper attribution and notice. This explicitly permits things like Kimberlin Unmasked style parodies.

    It’s interesting that I have called Brett a pedophile, a murderer, I called his charities scams, I made fun of his improper management of his own twitter account, and I pointed out irony and hypocrisy in tweets from his charities. All of it was totally true and – to a normal person – would warrant a response. I have never gotten a response, though. Kimberlin Unmasked, on the other hand, made parody comics with images from Brett’s videos, and Brett was FURIOUS. Brett and his circle of losers expended a great deal of effort in a futile effort to get revenge against Kimberlin Unmasked and they are still at it.

    I’m going to keep doing things my way since I think it’s useful, but there’s a great deal of value in what Kimberlin Unmasked was doing, and I am actually jealous of what he achieved.

  2. Wow, all those businesses, and still only $19,500 a year in income?
    You know how when you apply for a mortgage, you fill out a form that allows the lender to get your last three returns directly from the IRS? Litigants can do that, too, to determine damages, if any, as opposed to getting the info from the other party.

    • Sorry, folks, here’s a better link:

      Plus, one of my favorite parts in the article I posted above:

      “What I often find is that people online seek to educate themselves. They read; they investigate. This is true with copyright issues as well, and it’s well documented that many people are not only familiar with the US Copyright Act, but have read parts of it. The truth, however, is that reading the applicable sections isn’t enough. If you can imagine, judges don’t always agree on what the statutes mean, so when a layperson- someone without extensive legal background in the area of copyright law – tries to interpret a part of the Copyright Act, there’s a high probability that it will be interpreted incorrectly. Even if a person is correct in an assumption, it doesn’t mean everyone else has interpreted the law in the same way.”
      –Brock Shinen, Esq.

      • Mr. Schmalfeldt hopes to close off the “best way to discredit…” By this logic, the “retweet” function is itself an invitation to usurp copyright? Good luck with that.

        The best way to keep your sterling reputation is to avoid enthusiastic articles on certain nasty practices, and to think before publishing.

      • Not just nasty practices, his use of language. His calling people some vile things. So vile I do not think they should be restated here even as an example. It’s a lot more imaginative than simply calling women the t word or c word…he has almost as big a fascination with semen as he does things anal.

      • From the Twitter TOS: “This license is you authorizing us to make your Tweets available to the rest of the world and to let others do the same.”

      • And: “Twitter will not be responsible or liable for any use of your Content by Twitter in accordance with these Terms. You represent and warrant that you have all the rights, power and authority necessary to grant the rights granted herein to any Content that you submit.”

  3. I was going to suggest that he needs to document his decline in royalties, gigs, record sales for several years to chart the decline.

    But when you tell the truth about a perjuring, serial bombing, victim suing, teenage marrying, no talent creep, you really are not liable for his loss of income. Brett, you shoulda thought about your chances of being a rock star when you brought the bomb to a high school football game.

    • Also, if publicizing the truth hurts his reputation with people who didn’t really know who they were dealing with, or gets in the way of lies he uses to soften his past/present reputational smudges, that’s a good thing and NOT A TORT.

    • I gave it some thought (several seconds!) and I’ve decided when he thinks he’s found something that the quantum mechanic, you know, the trained engineer with all that implies, missed, he’s almost as funny as when he’s having a meltdown. Tough call though – both are hilarious! hahahahaha

    • Looks like he isn’t really “learning” anything either, given how utterly confused and wrong his “discoveries” are.

      Cabin Boy remains incompetent.

    • Even if he didn’t cheat to get that (and I think he did), it’s way too much for his reputation, imo.

      • Given that it looks like it can be proven that the summons information provided to the court was, shall we say, incorrect?, I think Seth should be able to get it overturned, though he may not be interested because I suspect it would cost him more in time and money than the $100 he (might) get returned to him.

      • Pretty clearly a fraudulent judgment. But more amusingly, arguably collateral estoppel that his reputation is worth $100 tops.

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