ROFL

The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s opposition to Patrick Grady’s motion to dismiss the Schmalfeldt v. Grady LOLsuit is now posted on PACER. I don’t intend to repost it, not even after I finish laughing. The Cabin Boy™ can post it if he’s proud of his handiwork.

20 thoughts on “ROFL


  1. I went to PACER and it appears you must have an account to access docs. It also appears that it costs money to access the docs. Is this correct?


  2. Well, looks like this mockery hit a little close to the mark. Mayo fingers type furiously on the Twitter.


    • Why does Bill Schmalfeldt freak out about reletively minor items, but has no qualms about someone planting a bomb to go off at a high school football game?


    • When you license your rights re copyright you can license all or just some, for some person who has “written” book should know this.


      • They should if anyone ever had any interest in licensing such rights. As it is, he can’t get anyone to even read them.


      • I know of one author–with a Big Publishing House–who keeps the world ebook rights and licenses them to another publisher.


  3. I have not finished reading his motion but he tells a provable lie in it .
    Go to internal archive, and enter Schmalfeldt v. Grady in the advance search box.


  4. It’s very unlikely “Amateur Forensic Evidence” is going to go far with the courts. For one thing I’m sure there are a LOT of addresses in this country which would have lines of suitable length and have the comma in the right place. Just because the address he wants to be there fits, doesn’t mean that’s the address that is actually under the black bars.


  5. You know, I have very low expectations of Bill when it comes to his legal filings.

    It appears even those expectations were too high.

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