Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the Gentle Readers suggested that I do a Top 10 list of the biggest mistakes Team Kimberlin have made in their lawfare. That sounded like a good idea, so here’s screw up number one.

10. Brett Kimberlin Sues Seth Allen
9. Brett Kimberlin Petitions for a Protective Order Against His Wife
8. Kimberlin Seeks a Peace Order Against John Norton
7. Schmalfeldt Seeks a Peace Order Against Patrick Grady
6. Kimberlin Files Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness
5. Kimberlin Files Kimberlin v. Walker
4. Schmalfeldt Sues Me in State Court
3. Kimberlin Uses JTMP Funds to Pay a Fee in Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al.
2. Kimberlin Obtains an Unconstitutional Gag Order Against Aaron Walker

1. Kimberlin Sues Me Yes, that’s the dumbest move The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has made to date. Sure, he just sued a law firm with 800 lawyers. That was pretty dumb. He’s sued a couple of investigative reporters That wasn’t very smart. He’s sued several big-time media personalities and organizations. That was downright foolish. Those are all people and organizations with the skills and tools to fight back, and, for the most part, they have. But suing me, and his timing in doing so, was his worst move. He did it just as I was retiring and was able to focus full-time on the lawsuit. I was a defendant with nothing else to do and with experience investigating complicated problems. Oh, and I’m pigheaded and not likely to let go of a problem until I solve it.

popcorn4bkKimberlin whines in his complaints that I have amassed a huge amount of information about him. Yes, I’ve done my homework. I’m prepared to defend myself. He was lucky that Judge Johnson ended the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial before I had to vigorously do so. His luck was even better in the RICO Madness LOLsuit. It was dismissed without even a hearing.

RICO2: Electric Boogaloo is pending in U. S. District Court and the Kimberlin v. National Blogger Club Part Deux LOLsuit is pending in state court. We’ll see how his luck holds.

Note: I’m unretired and back at work more or less full time, but the months I had to focus full-time on my defense were invaluable.

16 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I can believe it. I suspect gainful employment is one thing preventing other lickspittles from opening additional fronts on various members of team Kimberlin.

  2. Never go up against an idle Quantum Mechanic.. Not just when death is on the line, for he will litigate you to the Pain…

    • Everybody know the 2 things you NEVER DO………………..1) never start a land war in Asia……..and……..2) never go up against a retired NASA Quantum Mechanic with a 140 IQ.

  3. I look forward to day when the diddler and Friar Tuck are both declared vexatious litigants in the US District Court and Maryland state courts.
    It can’t happen soon enough.
    The 4th Circuit informal briefs are a response to people like the diddler and his jail house friends.

    • That’s the interesting part of the problem. He’s the director (or something like that) of a couple of non-profits. In my opinion, they are basically fronts for a slush fund for him and an avenue to schmooze with influential lefties. But you would think that someone who had a real job would actually, you know, work at things instead of filing torturous lawsuits at the whole world.

      • When you work for a non-profit without any sort of clear, definable objectives, it’s hard for an outside observer to determine if work is being done. I’m sure he is educating young people about their right to vote – using his groovy rock n’ roll music while nearly simultaneously filing lawsuits and spreading evil.

      • If he really does helm non-profits, then there oughta be public tax records somewhere, no? Is there a forensic accountant in the house?

      • I run a foundation.

        I comment on the train, and from home. Sometimes at lunch. Otherwise, during the day, I don’t have time to do anything but my job.

        Where he finds time to file all these suits, even as badly as be does, I cannot imagine.

    • What Ashterah said. Plus, I suspect the non profits are a convenient way to keep his assets away from legal judgements rendered against him (although paying a filing fee with a JTMP check might cause that wall to crumble; we can hope).

  4. Retiring is hard.

    I’ve done it three times, at ages 42, 45, and 49, and haven’t been able to make it stick.

    The first time lasted six months, and I was approached to participate in an exciting startup…

    The second time ended when one of my companies I founded started to flounder, and I went back to save it.

    The third time, the Rule 5 wife came home from her job to the gourmet meal I’d just finished preparing, and told me, “you’re getting boring!” Trust me, gents, that is never a good sign!!!

    So, I’ve decided to work for fun, and took a job that is mentally demanding, allows me to mentor junior engineers, and gives me time flexibility. They’re paying me too much for what I’m doing, which is irritating, but, so far, that’s the only fly in the ointment.

    It’s just like being a kid, again, really.

Leave a Reply