Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Well, I can finally share that news. The Court of Special Appeals has ordered The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin to redo his paperwork in his appeal of the Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (II) RICO Retread LOLsuit so that it complies with their rules.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

20 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. But! But! Holidays in Hawaii! There will surely be a snow day between now and then! My new dog will eat the copies before I can finish….

  2. Kimberlin has been forced to obey the rules more times in the last 12 months than in his entire life leading up to this point. And yet, he has been permitted to skirt the rules more times in the past 12 months than most people are permitted in their entire lives.

  3. It’s nice of teacher to let Brett redo his homework to meet the class standards, instead of just marking him an F.

  4. What I have a hard time understanding is, why can’t I go to Hawaii and make multiple trips to a resort area (like Nashville) when I make several multiples of $19k a year???
    Would it help if I had an Office Supply budget?

    • The thing “I” have a hard time with is how did a convicted bomber, who is still on parole fly to Hawaii? You would think that his name would be near the top of the “no fly list”. I see a letter to my U. S. Senators after the first of the year, no need to write my congressman–he makes a dog hind leg look straight.

    • IANAL so, I dunno if it’s normal but I can’t see how it helps him. The only chance he’s got is obfuscation of the fact that he has no case against the defendants. While the court could have just round-filed the thing right away, I can see where they don’t want to wade through his mess of a submission to try to figure out if there is any “there” there. On the other hand, why not wreck his holiday first and then trash the case anyway. Maybe he’ll start to figure out that lawfare ain’t all that Neal made it out to be back then if he gets burned often enough.

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