The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is rattling his tail and threatening to strike out with yet another vexatious federal lawsuit against the original defendants in the state Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit.
Before he does that, he might want to war-game the various responses that are possible from one or more of the potential defendants. There are some things that he may think are low-to-zero probability that … well, let’s just say that he really, really should consider the potential costs of such a lawsuit.
Where is he getting the money for all these vacations and lawsuits? Not from his day job, surely!
Oh, and speaking of which, when is he *doing* his day job?
Well, as the “founder of a non-profit” he may consider this activity to be “fundraising” and an “essential part of his job responsibilities.”
Like filing multiple lawsuits over the same acts, it’s kind of a double-dip.
It takes time and effort to raise funds. My side of the desk can tell when someone did his homework, and when he didn’t. Even if he’s going for the piddling $5,000 and $10,000 grants from large foundations, he has to compose a request bearing on the funder’s priorities, and that means research.
So, when is he doing his day job?
He’s going his “day job” when he inspects his websites and…makes sure they are still up.
Wow. I guess it’s now another hobby for you, Mr. Hoge. A Twit vs. A Semi-Retired Smart Guy with Friends, Family, Resources, and other Smart Guys and Gals. I’m glad I have a store near me that has all sorts of peanuts, popcorn, chips n’ dip, jerky, candy, and other delicious munchies. Never give up, Never surrender!
Remember, you can stock up via Amazon as well. There’s a convenient link on the Home page.
I don’t know all the details but so far BS and BK seem to have avoided any substantial consequences for their actions in court. Perhaps they believe the can continue to avoid any consequences. The Maryland courts seem to be hesitant in holding them to task for some dubious actions thus far.
Such corporate veil piercing. So permissive joinder. Much counterclaim. Wow.
I was thinking the same thing. Pierce the corporate veil of his nonprofits, counter sue and clan out his bank accounts.
You said clan! That’s proof that you’re a member of the Clue Clutch Clan!
You are under the assumption that he won’t again refuse to comply with his discovery obligation. Then he’ll play the “poor pro-se” plaintiff card and the judge will let him get away with it.
He’ll keep playing the “poor me” angle until he gets to trial.
This is why sanctions are so important.
The neat part is that you have not done anything! Sure, he hates being the subject of a daily post — and you have probably limited his ability to fund raise since everybody knows the Speeday Bomber now. Everything you’ve done (Walker, McCain, Patterico and others as well) falls into the area of solid journalism with a touch of attitude. OK. In some cases LOTS of attitude.
I’m sure Brett Kimberlin is too busy writing his next lawsuit to bother “war-gaming” it. He seems to crank his actions out rather quickly. His pattern suggests he is too busy to proof-read his actions, let alone “war-game” them. It is hard to tell what theories he will assert against which people. What is more predictable is that his action will skirt the 50 page limit. What is certain it is that it will be comic. His haste indicates it will be filed any moment now. His long-windedness indicates it might be submitted any day now.