Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This appeared on the online docket for Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. yesterday. It looks as if the Cabin Boy™ is now dodging mail from the Circuit Court as well.

Stupid is as stupid does.

Oh, one more thing … T-minus 7 days and counting.

36 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. That sound you hear… it’s the Fat Lady warming up in the Green Room.

    I seem to recall a certain Billy Sez poster that’s right on topic here.

    • yeah, his blobberings about how he spent money mailing me stuff…..

      I remember when he called me pretending to be a reporter from the Milwaukee Sentinel Journal, and I laughed at him again

      oh btw, everyone watch advocate for the words: fear pee, bench warrant, porch

  2. I have to say, even for Bill that is an extremely stupid move. He can hide and pretend that when he defaults that our Gracious Host will not recover any monetary award, but when you screw with the court like this it may end up with the court deciding you need to pay sanctions to the court and spend some time as their guest.

    But as always, MD.

    Oh and Bill “I want to pee on children” Schmalfeldt is still The World’s Stupidest Man™

    • Setting aside the fact that someone as big and fat as Bill “Fake Parkinsons” Schmalfeldt would find it extremely difficult to hide in a literal sense, he is also doing a piss poor job of hiding in the metaphorical sense when he is an afternoon DJ on a radio station in Clinton Iowa.

    • Is he really going to try the “the court didn’t do its due diligence” as an argument?
      I mean you’re arguing the court doesn’t understand it’s own rules.
      I mean there’s excessive hope, and then there’s Willie Wonka’s world of pure imagination.

    • I don’t think he thinks he clever, I think he’s banking on that the courts in MD won’t bother to go after him. He’s playing chicken with them.

      Sadly, given the history of MD courts enforcing their own rules, he may just be right.

    • I dunno. He’s proven whatever that excrudescence just above his shoulders is for, thinking isn’t part of it. As for clever . . . Next time the Schmalrus is clever will be the first time.

  3. Fleeing from town to town, and being on the outs with law enforcement, appears to be a family trait. First, his father runs away with the family in tow to that hot spot of employment in 1970, North Dakota.

    I’ll pause for a moment and let that sink in. North Dakota. In 1970.

    The job? Janitor.

    The icing on the cake? BS claimed that the local sheriff there “had it in” for his father. Gee, I wonder why.

  4. I had no idea that Fake PD would make a person so mobile, just flitting from state to state, unaided, with no caregiver. Amazing.

  5. Not telling the court your new address doesn’t work here, and it certainly won’t work over there.

    The person in question went from “ha ha I won without even showing up” to “how can I lose a case I didn’t know about!”

    See also: “taking a court win as total vindication, rather than warning.”

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