43 thoughts on “Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?


    • I know, right?

      A 60yo grown-ass man taking selfies like an attention-starved, tween girl.

      BS continues to demonstrate his creepy, freakshow factor knows no bounds.

      *shudder*


    • Hypothetically, if a judge told you NOT to sent a postcard, email, pajamagram or horse manure to an individual, would you totally stop? ‘Cause I think you would. Not saying you ever sent poop, I’m just floating the idea.


    • Yep. Schmalfeldt is emitting a load of desperation. And it’s still over three weeks until the hearing.


      • Consider this parable from the Gospel of Luke:
        19″There was a certain rich man, and he wore fine white linen and purple and everyday he celebrated luxuriously.” 20″And there was a certain poor man whose name was Lazar and he lay at the gate of that rich man, being stricken with abscesses.” 21″And he longed to fill his belly with the fragments that fell from the rich man’s table, but also the dogs would come licking his abscesses.” 22″But that poor man died and Angels brought him to The Bosom of Abraham. And the rich man also died and he was buried.” 23″And suffering in Sheol, he lifted up his eyes from afar off and he saw Abraham, and Lazar in his bosom.” 24″And he called in a loud voice* and he said, ‘My father, Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazar to dip the tip of his finger in water and moisten my tongue for me; behold, I am suffering in this flame.’ ” 25″Abraham said to him, ‘My son, remember that you have received your good things in your life and Lazar, his evil things, and now, behold, he is comforted here and you are suffering.’ ” 26’And along with all these things, there stands a great abyss between us and you, so that those who would pass from here to you are not able, neither is whoever is there able to pass over to us.’ 27″He said to him, ‘Therefore, I beg of you, my father, to send him to my father’s house. 28For I have five brothers; he should go testify to them so that they would not come to this place of torment also.’ 29Abraham said to him, ‘They have Moses and The Prophets, let them hear them.’ ” 30″But he said to him, ‘No, my father Abraham, but if a man will go to them from the dead, they will be converted.'” 31″Abraham said to him, ‘If they will not hear Moses and The Prophets, they will not believe him*, even though a man would rise from the dead.'”
        Aramaic Bible in Plain English


  1. I just need to check in here to ascertain Our Gracious Host is proceeding fully recked. I would hate for him to subject himself to a charge of reckless endangerment.

    Are you reckful, Mr. Hoge? Inquiring minds need to know!


      • I do wish Bill would have asked the WP engineers who gave WP the instructions to send that email. Of course he might have, but we all know that he’d never publish the answer they gave him since it wouldn’t have backed up his version of reality. I’m sure if he brings it up to the judge the judge will ask him what the answer to that question was. I really, really wish I were in a position to visit MD at the end of the month. There is something about the potential to watch a trainwreck in progress.


      • Dear Dim Idiot in Elkridge: you had to have done something to make the WP automated function to send the email, no? I don’t think WP just picked Mr. Hoge’s email address randomly out of the ether and sent him an email for absolutely no reason whatsoever. And therefore, you caused it to be sent, even if you didn’t fire up your email client, type Hoge’s email address in, and hit send, no?

        Even automated processes need someone to hit the start button. And if A is the one to hit start, he/she can’t really say that the creators of the process were the only ones responsible for the end product of that particular run.


  2. I see Bill has decided to go to the protected tweets stage of the Feldtdown. He just refuses to admit that maybe he wouldn’t have to worry about the cold if he had just listened to judge the last three times and stopped contacting Hoge, whether directly or by causing 3rd parties (e.g. WordPress) to contact him. Hoge probably does care about Bill’s health, almost certainly more than Bill does, but if Bill refuses to leave him alone as requested and ordered, any negative results to Bill’s person are entirely Bill’s fault.

    Bill has got to learn that he can’t hide behind his victim/handicapped status to allow him to do whatever he wants to others at no risk to himself, never having to take responsibility.


  3. I don’t suppose before he ran and hid, Bill had a chance to post any links to all the successful “reckless endangerment” cases brought against people in cases like this?

    No?

    I submit this is a new low in stupidity for Acme Legal.


    • True. He usually gives us several citations to cases to “prove” why he’s going to prevail at the next hearing, even though due to the nature of the hearing he wouldn’t be able to bring them up, even if they actually proved what he thinks they do.


  4. What’s so striking to me is that he actually seems to believe that if he pleads his case through Twitter, his enemies might change their minds. The grand irony is that the vast, if not virtually all, of the people reading his tweets are doing it for pure entertainment value. They read because he is an insufferable tool, whose madness is boldly proclaimed in hilarious ways. Why would a sane person continue to feed that beast? Res Ipsa Loquitur .. .


  5. William the Elder @weltschmerz2015 · 2h 2 hours ago
    Show me a case where a vindictive cocksucker like Hoge tried to put a handicapped man in jail for a pingback.

    No, you stupid mook. I’m talking about actual cases where people were found guilty of reckless endangerment when people they were involved in a legal case against them were injured coming or going to court.


  6. I don’t know about you, but spending a landmark birthday arguing with strangers on the Internet seems like a pretty pathetic life. I spent my 60th at the Memorial in DC in quiet contemplation, followed by a nice dinner with my family. The idea of wasting such a momentous occasion hurling insults and predictions of doom at fictional characters on somebody else’s blog is the depth of emptiness . .

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