Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Scheduling Order for the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit required that the parties provide certain information to the court not later than close of business last Friday. I filed this last Thursday.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

34 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Previous most frequently occurring words associated with team kimberlin legal filings:
    – Denied
    – Failed

    Now there’s a third:
    – Irrelevant

  2. Wait. They submitted evidence that is under seal in other cases, evidence that are fragments of things from people that have nothing to do with the issues involved, tweets that have been forged, tweets that are irrelevant and unauthenticated…

    Did they bother to submit anything that was actually relevant? Wth?

  3. I don’t often demand things but I’ll go out on a limb here. You must post the picture of the whale. WTF???

  4. Ok, I’ll take a try.

    The whale in the picture is who actually breached the legal agreement issued by the previous court. Defense rests…

      • Get it? The whale did it. That’s why Schmalfeldt submitted a picture of a whale in a court filing. As part of his defense for breaching a court issued agreement. It wasn’t Schmalfeldt, it was the whale. Plausible? No?

        Ok, I’ll stop.

  5. Best part of all is none of this can be used as a basis for an appeal, the SOBS were given a chance to follow the rules but choose to willfully disobey them.

  6. As an aside, I’m in maryland right now (baltimore specifically) and I have to ask: how in the hell do you people cope with this heat and humidity?

    • Wear colored t-shirt.

      Pack business casual shirt in Camelbak backpack.

      Walk from hotel to Metro, then on to air conditioned place of business. Hydrate liberally from Camelbak.

      Wait for t-shirt to dry while enjoying air conditioning, refilling Camelbak, and relieving the inevitable hydraulic pressure. Consider washing face.

      Put on business casual shirt.

      Attend to business.

    • At the U of M in College Park (where it is much worse than Baltimore), in 105F/100% we would transit the corridors of successive buildings rather than use the sidewalks. FYI, the Pedestrian Skywalk in downtown Baltimore allows the same relief.

      WWS: Yes, correct. The wonderful balmy weather of Acadiana.

      My other home is in Andhra, and I have done my bit in Khammam, When “The Heat” finally breaks, the relief from the 117F/50% only lasts for the one hour of the first monsoon downpour, then you’ve got 117F/100%.

      So don’t complain about my beloved Maryland.

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