I Don’t Feel Left Out

I’m told that over at his latest rebranded blog (No, I won’t link to it.), The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt is channeling the Soup Suit Nazi and has announced, “No suit for you, Hoge!”

Fine. I hope that means he understands that I will show him no quarter in court.

Meanwhile, my offer of support to the targets of LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler stands. Murum aries attigit.

23 thoughts on “I Don’t Feel Left Out


  1. Well, until William amends it away, yourself and Agiledog ARE named as defendants in Lulzsuit VI. There is that.


        • .. than anyone can possibly imagine.

          Just wanted to complete your sentence. May the Force be with you!

          (.. and the Catholic Jedi respond, “And with you.”)


      • Speaking only for myself, the threats make the entire spectacle even lulzier, if only because the consequences of the threats should be crystal clear to him by now, but aren’t. Also, they allow me make impotence jokes, and folks really seem to like those.

        In past Lulzsuits, the Diminished Capacity Kid stated that his reputation was damaged in ways that prevented him from getting JOURNALISM and public speaking work, yet two phantom defendants apparently missed the eagle eye of his GS-13 (which, need I remind you, is exactly like an Army major TENNNN-HUPT!) writing-editor superpowers.

        But I’m sure he’ll fix all of his problems with his current series on “When is a Deranged Cyberstalker Not a Deranged Cyberstalker?” I mean, how could it not?


  2. “I hope that means he understands that I will show him no quarter in court.”

    Biwwy is probably wondering why you’d not show him $0.25 in court. Don’t worry, Biwwy. After trying to file with the taxpayer’s dime last time, if all goes well for you, you might be spared a nickel in the joint. This paragraph already makes more cents that you ever had.


  3. His biggest issue is figuring out how to ask 28 people on the stand in a booming voice, “WHO IS KRENDLER??” without people snickering.

    Well, that, and also how is going to answer 28 MTD’s without violating the page limits for responses.

    Then again, the first thing he’s got to get are those IP addresses from WordPress and then figure out where they came from. Then it’s a whole new round of subpoenas that will invariably start of with, “I’m now giving those who don’t want this to go any further a way out. I am full of compassion for those who wish to live a life with their possessions intact.”

    It’s like re-reading an old book over and over and over (with the exception of the name Hoge and paragraphs with Hoge’s name in it crossed out, and pencil scratched notes saying, “I let you off easy, this time.”)


    • His biggest issue is figuring out how to ask 28 people on the stand in a booming voice, “WHO IS KRENDLER??” without people snickering.

      We’ll all stand up, point to the jury foreman, and yell: “That GUY!”.


    • “I’m now giving those who don’t want this to go any further a way out. I am full of compassion for those who wish to live a life with their possessions intact.”

      Translation: “I know you guys will whip my ass in court. So pleeeeeeeease will you all just surrender already? And give me some PII so I can try to bully the people who are giving me hurt feels?”


    • Let’s assume that William gets his magical WordPress subpoena, which he won’t because Lulzsuit VI is an irreparable mess of delusional stupidity with the burning after-taste of scotch.

      Then he gets a list of numerical addresses and service provider names, and that assumes that everybody didn’t use TOR and throwaway email addresses to register their accounts. William will then have to get new subpoenas for each of the ISPs, serve them and probably address whatever objections they may have. In the case of foreign ISPs, a US subpoena has the legal force and effect as would one from the magical kingdom of Oz. Accordingly, he’ll have to take he pro-se skills on an international tour, which is pricey.

      Someone who can barely walk around his apartment is going to go to all that trouble? I hardly think so. I have it on good authority that total disability tends to be total.


    • If there is one tweet of William’s that I wish I saved, it would be from the day that the RICO case was dismissed against al but one of the defendants. William pointed out that Brett’s problem was that he sued too many people at once.

      So, William of course is now suing even more people than Kimberlin was.

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