I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

I have filed a motion to modify and extend the current peace order in place against Bill Schmalfeldt. He has filed this opposition to my motion.

I do not plan to make any substantive public comment, even after I stop laughing, on this matter until after the court has ruled on my motion. I will probably publish my reply to The Dread Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s opposition.

70 thoughts on “I’m Not Making This Up, You Know


  1. Liar! I have it on good authority that the entire opposition was written in capital letters with eleventy involved! This is clearly a forgery…


  2. You should bring a set of Feldtcharts. Don’t try introducing them into evidence, or anything crazy like that. Just have them to see the look on William’s face.


  3. Interesting how William ‘The Fed’ Schmalfeldt views a mental health eval against John as a punishment, and flees in fear (and perhaps a dribble of pee) at the thought of being exposed to one himself.


    • Agreed. He also seems to believe that obtaining a peace order against him is punishment. Imagine that. Asking someone not to contact you is punishment for them.


      • Well Bill has an incredible fear of not being paid attention to. Probably from a lifetime of being cuckolded by wives, avoided by children, and who knows what abuse by parents for not living up to the legend who was The Bobber.


    • Bill Schmalfeldt’s rant above is a not-so-veiled threat of violence. Bill Schmalfedlt ought to spare us his, “A man who has lost everything, and, therefore, has nothing to lose” posturings. The threat on him committing one last dramatic gesture has the problems that, 1) He is about to lose his ride; 2) His alternate ride won’t be willing to be an accessory; 3) He lacks cab fare to leave Howard County; 4) He can’t enter a cab; 5) He can’t exit a cab; 6) He can’t walk up the driveway to the door; 7) He can’t knock on the door; 8) He can’t point a gun and shoot; and 9) he would have soiled himself during the trip.


  4. Did he just commit perjury? See Paragraph 11. John you should take that copyright registration and legally shove it up his backside sideways with barbed wire warped around it, then he may quit harping about it.


    • No, it’s not.

      I’m not going to go into the myriad of reasons why it’s not. Suffice to say that Schmalfeldt doesn’t know what he’s talking about.


  5. I’m surprised he left out telling the Judge that Hoge shouldn’t be instructing him/her in the law.

    However, it wouldn’t be a Schmalfeldt filing unless it included the complete history of butthurt every.. single.. time.


  6. He also chided John for minor typos. This from a mook who couldn’t even spell his OWN name right in a motion and from someone whose bestie can’t seem to grasp how Word’s numbering system works. You would think they would clean up their own messes before pointing fingers.


    • Hoge: “Tell you what, Bill. You wrote it, YOU read it!”

      (slips in an extra sheet of paper that says “You don’t know me, but you seem to have a pretty chill family. I’ll be coming to dinner!” so the judge can compare Bill reading that to what was left on Hoge’s answering machine.)


  7. Paragraph #5 it was CB duty and responsibly to be in attendance therefore paragraph #5 is mute.

    Paragraph #6 it was CB duty and responsibly to appeal the peace order if he thought it was in error, therefore paragraph #6 is mute. Note: WJJH had no duty or responsibly to make sure the peace order was correct with no typo’s.

    I suspect that somewhere in the law is a prevision to extend original peace orders beyond 6 mouths for repeat actors.


    • I don’t believe you’ve been paying attention.

      Nothing is the result of William’s incompetence, laziness or irrational mood swings. It’s all a nefarious plot to personally destroy him.


      • As I remember it (and I’m sure someone saved the documentation), after the initial feldtdown, William’s attitude toward the most recent peace order was the he “pays it no nevermind”, which I believe is hillbilly for letting it stand.


      • Nefarious plot? Or more likely an ongoing delusion of a Narcissistic Personality: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/narcissistic-personality-disorder/basics/definition/con-20025568

        I guess the question is, is CB’s NP disorder a lifelong condition or a side effect of his Parkinson’s Disease?

        But considering the amount of sweat equity he has invested in causing problems in many areas of his life, such as relationships, work, school or financial affairs; being generally unhappy and disappointed when he was not given the special favors or admiration he believed he deserved; realizing that many may not enjoy being around him, and even finding that his relationships are unfulfilling to say the least: such a personality might just want to accept an evaluation by a court appointed professional to alieve his own suffering, and dementia; let alone the suffering his disorder has on those closet to him in and around Tincasa.


  8. My particular favorite line of logic, although it isn’t presented in these filings, is that William was so disgusted with last August’s peace order that he tore it up and threw it away, thereby making it the responsibility of HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE to notify both him and the court of the error.

    In his fantastically deluded response, William ignores entirely the fact that he was actually served the peace order and had every opportunity to read it, but apparently didn’t.

    The person I feel bad for in all of this is Gail, who will have to shuffle back and forth to the post office. I hear she’s not well.


    • Finally, and most beautifully, William is actually telling a judge that lower courts can overrule higher ones, which I’m sure will be an … educational thing to read.


  9. I find this funny “367 nolle prosequi charges”. That doesn’t mean they weren’t valid, didn’t happen, were fabricated, it means the prosecutor decided not to pursue them, for perhaps any reason. Like the victim agreed to a settlement…….

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