While we wait for further news from the various pending Team-Kimberlin-related court cases, here’s another recycled post. It’s from two years ago today and is the follow up post to the TKPOTD recycled yesterday. Both deal with The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s whining about being unable to get away with publishing sealed discovery in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit.
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As can be seen from his letter to Judge Hazel that I posted yesterday, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin wants to be able to share information he receives from Patterico during discovery in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit with “the media.” Back when the Cabin Boy™ was editor of
Breitbart Unmasked Liberal Grouch Unread, that site published sealed discovery documents from another case involving TDPK.That post has been taken down, but as you can see by the ability to call up its headline here on Hogewash!, the html code and resources for that post are fully backed up offline.
A large number of posts, some interesting, some not, (and essentially every post written by the Cabin Boy™) have been memory-holed by Bunny Boy. For example, …This was a post that included photos of Aaron Walker and his wife that TDPK took while he was stalking Mrs. Walker in the parking lot of the Howard County District Courthouse.
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Of course, Bunny Boy Matt Osborne is no longer editor of
Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread. The Cabin Boy™ is back, and the site’s readership numbers are becoming more … selective.
Failing failures gotta fail.
UPDATE—This post appears to have generated a Feldtdown in which the Cabin Boy™ has whined about several of his usual themes that have to do with features on this blog that generate more traffic than his stunted attempts at having a web presence. He’s also gone off on the subject of where I might be buried.No, it won’t be socialism.
The Hoge family has its own cemetery, and I have a spot reserved next to Mrs. Hoge. The cemetery is on land donated by one of my ancestors, and I am now one of its trustees.
For centuries, our family has had a tradition of giving land or other resources for churches and other community purposes. Earlier this year, I wrote about a family reunion at the church near Jasper, Tennessee, built on land donated by my great-great-great grandparents, and I’ve also written about the church near Winchester, Virginia, built on land donated by my great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandparents. They are buried there.There’s no indication that I’ll keel over at the keyboard (or any place else) soon, but when I do, I’ll join ancestors who gave me things to live up to.