Continuing with our year end series, we’ll take a look at the big stories of May and June.
The Cabin Boy™ filed a suit against 10 defendants (including me) for being mean to him on the Interwebz. It didn’t last long.
Schmalfeldt Channels Brave Sir
Originally Posted on 29 May, 2014
The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt™ has been successful in pulling the plug on his vexatious lawsuit that he filed against me and nine other people.
Questions still remain about the actual timing and sequence of events relating to the filing and withdrawal of the suit.
UPDATE—TDPS has posted the Certified Mail receipt for his mail of the complaint, and it shows that the USPS routed his package via Florida. That explains why it took seven days for the complaint to make it roughly 12 miles to the U. S. Courthouse in Baltimore. That’s interesting, but it still doesn’t demonstrate when he actually mailed his letter asking for the suit to be dismissed.
UPDATE 2—Well, well, well … The Cabin Boy™ Who Cried,
“Wolf!” “Parkinson’s!” has posted a Certified Mail receipt that tends to verify his story of mailing his letter seeking to dismiss his lawsuit as he said. The Gentle Reader will understand my natural skepticism for the Cabin Boy’s™ claims. I’m pleasantly surprised to see tell the truth about something materially significant to one of his legal matters.
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National Bloggers Club Receives 501(c)3 Status
Originally Posted on 17 June, 2014
Team Kimberlin Post of the Day
In fact, Ali Akbar did file the appropriate paperwork with the IRS concerning National Bloggers Club and it’s 501(c)(3) status, and he has received the confirmation letter from the IRS. National Bloggers Club is a recognized 501(c)(3) entity.
TDPK’s crude attempt to smear Ali has run aground on the truth.
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Tomorrow, we’ll look at July and August. I really enjoyed August.