Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This came in yesterday’s mail—

My lawyer will handle it.

Note that I have not redacted the address shown for the Cabin Boy™ because it is no longer valid since he has skulked away from that location.

Nothing is proceeding as the Cabin Boy™ has hallucinated.

Tetyana Kimberlin’s show cause hearing for failure to appear at the pre-trial conference in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit is scheduled for 1:30 this afternoon.

Oh, and the count in Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. has now shifted to T-minus 18 days and counting.

41 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Hoge v. Walker? Is this a malpractice suit right on the eve of the most threatening case against you ever?

  2. What a world of shit the Cabin Boy has brought upon himself with this latest LulzSuit. Up until now Bill has faced zero consequences for filing these idiotic and annoying suits. I promise not to reveal any surprises, but I sincerely believe that will end at the conclusion of this case.

    Bill, hire a local attorney and follow his advice as if your government handouts depend on it. THEY DO!

    • What is interesting to me is that the defendants have several procedural options, and the various defendants may choose different ones. Diseased Willy has never managed a single case even semi-competently; watching him try to manage four different ones simultaneously will be uproariously funny. There is no need to attempt simian education, but Diseased Willy’s best scenario is that all the defendants choose to go for the easy jurisdictional win, which as a repeat performance will not be so funny, but Buffoon Bill will probably produce a new way to fail.

      I am still stunned by the witless one’s complete misreading of the case that he apparently dreams will let him prevail this time on the same jurisdictional argument that he has lost now two (or is it three) times already. He seems to look for a case that has a result that he likes and then ignores the factual situation involved. For those who have not read the case, it involves a dispute between two residents of South Carolina over whether the case should be heard in South Carolina or Georgia. Amazingly, the court ruled that the proper court was in South Carolina. Diseased Willy interprets that as a precedent requiring cases in which no defendant resides in South Carolina to be tried there.

      So his dynamite case is a no-starter on jurisdictional grounds. But of course a defendant may elect to waive that issue. Perhaps one or more will.

  3. I personally think all defendants should inform their counsel to use the entire 21 days. Make him happily expect mail and get disappointed for three weeks. Use all the time allowed on every single motion. This new LOLsuit at least it seems to me is all he has to live for in life these days, don’t reward him.

    • I think, although I’m not sure, that it’s possible that John could get the case spiked before the other defendants are even served.

      That would be hysterical.

  4. Wait, this letter from the court looks like all the other letters from the court. It MUST be a forgery!

    • Got to celebrate your successes when you achieve them. If you have never managed to get past a motion to dismiss, getting service effected successfully is a material achievement. If I remember correctly, Diseased Willy had trouble doing that in the Wisconsin Caper.

      • Some of the best times of my life were spent being a Webelos Leader for around 5 years [before, during, and after my son’s participation]. Watching, and I hope helping, those boys prepare to become young men could be just fantastic.
        They really needed minimal guidance, and earning the various badges united them in a way not many other things seem to. What they seemed to desire was direction to behaving like men without actually asking questions. So we discussed, say, table manners, or asking girls to a dance, or fixing a leaky faucet, or sharpening a knife, or real sportsmanship, or whatever and they ate it up. Campouts were the best. No tv, only a campfire, and 8-12 boys/young men just talking.
        I am still in contact with a few of them, and at least two also became Webelos Leaders because they enjoyed the experience so much.
        Too bad The World’s Stupidest Man is incapable of understanding or knowing that pleasure.

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