Speaking of Deadlines, …

… Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(m) allows for 90 days after a complaint is filed for service of process of a lawsuit on a defendant. LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler was filed on 18 December, 2016. The 90 days were up at midnight on 25 March, 2016. That was last Friday.

It looks as if the Cabin Boy™ has failed to effect timely service on any of the John and Jane Does he named.

41 thoughts on “Speaking of Deadlines, …

  1. I waited for the postman to deliver my waiver of service package so I could refuse it and make him serve me via a process server. I can’t tell you how disappointed I am it never happened. Oh well. Maybe next time.

  2. As the walls come crashing down on Billy, does he think about his past mistakes? Does he think about his future? Or will he retire without saying a thing?

    Some people learn from their mistakes, I have a feeling Billy won’t.

    • He hasn’t so far. Why should this time be any different?

      I guess it’s like being a goose, and waking up in a new universe every time.


    • Ok, so if I get the process, it looks like this:
      1. Include John Doe in one’s lawsuit
      2. Wait till discovery phase to subpoena service providers to reveal identity
      3. Lawsuit is dismissed against John Doe for failure to serve
      6. ??
      7. ?
      8. PROFIT!!

  3. “Deadlines” can be rearranged to spell “Senile Dad” which might explain the bong episode with B.S. and Jr..

    More fun: you can rearrange “Bill Schmalfeldt” to “Call Ms. Bled Filth” or even “Tell Ms. Bald Filch.”

    Seriously, it was fate Bill would turn out this way.

      • For comparison: William Hoge = “Who I’ll Image” and “A Leg Whim Oil.”

        And my favorite: “Eh, Amigo Will?”

        Actually, my real favorite sounds like an old Lone Ranger episode: “I him. We all go.”

        • I am but a Humble Little Thought, but “The Light Mouth Bullet” is strangely curative.

  4. My lawyers are bitterly, bitterly disappointed…

    “Why does Aaron get to have all the fun?”, they whine.

    Heh. Lolsuits – not for amateurs, nor for the demented.

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  6. He’s busy with the police looks like someone is going to jail for the hundredth plus time:

    This Is Radio Drumpf ‏@RadioDrumpf · 52m52 minutes ago
    But, like I said, we’ll just let the cops sort it out. That’s their job. Right, @paulzkrendler?

    • Yup. He’s on another “Grady is PK” kick. The cops will be interested to know that Grady has a restraining order against him, that BS claimed to be Krendler, that he harassed a woman last autumn and accused her of being Krendler, and that he just filed a lawsuit in which he claimed he did not know who PK is. That doesn’t sound at all crazy, does it?

      • There is finally going to be a photo of the fat freak that we’ll all want to see – the loathsome loser’s WI mugshot when it get prosecuted for yet another false police report, and IL mugshot for violating restraining order. From my keyboard to God’s monitor.

      • No, no, no! Not at all. Not in the slightest….

        Um. Hmm. Urgh. IDK. Let’s just leave it at that.

      • Might be worth, oh I dunno, some Good Samaritan sending a nice thick packet to St Francis law enforcement and the local DA.

    • The job of a cop is pretty simple. Protect innocent people from those who wish to harm them.

      Question: Of those two types of people, which do you think “has 9 restraining orders” falls into?

      I’ll wait.

  7. Shouldn’t Bill be concerned with the huge ball of flames that is his current LolSuitVI, before attempting another lawsuit??!! Maybe threatening Paul Krendler takes his mind off his lifetime of mistakes.

  8. Aw hell, what am I going to do with all this popcorn now? Oh wait! I forgot that Oliver Wendell Jones still has to craft some kind of coherent answer to our Fearless Leader. Yep, I’ll use the popcorn when that turd hits PACER. Should be a doozy based on how badly he has failed as a plaintiff.

  9. How funny would it be if a “Jane Doe” motion arrived at the court, requesting she be dismissed for Billy’s having failed to effect service? (BONUS LULZ if someone finds a way to have the motion postmarked Guam… 😀 )

    • Any Doe or Roe would need an attorney to file the paperwork. If you want to maintain your privacy, you would need a lawyer to file on your behalf in Federal court. I looked it up.

      If you go that route, you could ask what is the operative complaint, the original, which listed the Does and Roes, or the Farcical Amended Complaint, which kind of forgot that step. Ooopsie poopsie.

      • …or they could (couldn’t they?) ask to be dismissed from the LOLSUIT, as Billy has failed to effect service in the required 90 days. (Which was the whole point of Hoge’s post here, right?)

      • I wonder whether Billy told law enforcement or the Milwaukee County DA about the Restraining Order(s) against him. If Billy’s trying to manipulate the criminal justice system just to harass a certain Illinois citizen who has a Restraining Order against him…well, that might not turn out so well, once those folks realize they’re being so ill-used.

        • Don’t be silly. Bill is always honest and straightforward in all his dealings. I’m sure he carefully and truthfully explained his history of harassment to the DA. It’s even possible they waited until he left before they burst into laughter and threw his complaint in the rubbish.

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