Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Paul Krendler isn’t the only anonymous blogger who Team Kimberlin has tried to identify, as this TKPOTD from four years ago yesterday shows—

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First Mate Neal Rauhauser has been taking a more public role in Team Kimberlin’s PR spin campaign associated with The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s frivolous lawsuits against my codefendants and me. He’s shown a particular interest in Kimberlin Unmasked.Kookpocalypse201311211339ZThere’s a very simple reason why FMNR can’t find what he’s looking for. It doesn’t exist. It never did. Aaron Walker has never had anything to do with running any of the Kimberlin Unmasked blogs or Twitter accounts.

I call the person who runs Kimberlin Unmasked “Elvis” for convenience. Believe it or not, I still don’t know who Elvis really is. But I do know that certain people are not Elvis. Aaron Walker falls into that category.

Perhaps the rumor is true, and Neal Rauhauser has been a contractor with Acme Investigations all along.

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A few days ago, the Cabin Boy™ tweeted this—Logic? OK, that’s not one of Bill Schmalfeldt’s strong suits. He commits several fallacies in that tweet, but it gives me a chance to show how I know that Aaron Walker was not the person blogging as Kimberlin Unmasked in 2013. One Saturday, Aaron was visiting at stately Hoge Manor, and we were both working on our laptops at the kitchen table. I was conducting an email exchange with Kimberlin Unmasked. I could see what Aaron was typing on his computer, and it never had any connection to my email conversation with KU. Thus, I believe I can confidently say that Aaron was not KU.

Similar chains of evidence and logic supports my knowledge that certain individuals are not Paul Krendler.


5 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Judging by some of your prior comments, I speculate that you received a hand-written missive from “Elvis” and found that 1) it was written legibly and B) was sorely lacking in misspellings, both of which would eliminate The Esteemed Mr. Walker as the possible author.

  2. “Postmodernism denies the correspondence theory, claiming that truth is simply a contingent creation of language which expresses customs, emotions, and values embedded in a community’s linguistic practices. For the postmodernist, if one claims to have the truth in the correspondence sense, this assertion is a power move that victimizes those judged not to have the truth.”


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