Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Accidents happen. Sometimes the members of Team Kimberlin do something that is fitting. A couple of the pseudonyms used by writers at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Brett Unread seem to fit the actual writers’ personalities.

Take Xenophon for example. The real Xenophon the Athenian seems to fit the pattern of what Matt Osborne wishes he could be: Xenophon was talented writer whose prose flows like poetry. He was a successful, heroic soldier. He’s remembered as an important historian. And he was a strong opponent of democracy, believing that an elite should rule. At best, Osborne only gets one out of four in real life, and even in that, he would fail to make the cut for the side on which he wishes to be.

And then there’s Marcus Crassus. The real Crassus was the failure among the three members of the First Triumvirate (the others members were Pompey and Caesar). Although he was probably the richest man in Rome during his life, much of his wealth was obtained through corruption, and he’s mostly remembered for two things—defeating Spartacus in the Third Servile War and getting himself killed in an ill-conceived attempt to equal Caesar’s accomplishments in Gaul by invading Parthia.

If the shoe fits, …

16 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Wasn’t Matt Osborne also a guy who was such a dumbfu*k that he coudn’t rise above E4 after 10 years in the Army as a Arabic translator? I thought those guys made rank just for breathing? How much of a screw up do you have to be to not get promoted doing that? Was he deliberately mistranslated things thing to help the enemy? It would fit the Team Pedo profile.

  2. The funniest thing that happened this weekend was learning that a guy with 13 restraining/no contact/peace orders, including one that protected a 3 year old child, thinks that people believing that he doesn’t have a progressive neurological disease is somehow going to damage his “reputation.”

  3. For a medical writer he sure seems to misunderstand what his (and his poor wife’s) doctors tell him a lot.
    Deep brain stimulation for Parkinsons, FWIW, may cause new cognitive deficits in some cases, with those with some pre-existing issues worse off. Those changes actually resemble much of what Schmalfelt used to complain of, and are supported by the latest research.
    It’s possible he had uneccessary treatment and is actually worse off.

    *”subtle decline in global cognition, memory, phonemic fluency, semantic fluency, and executive function.”

  4. Oh, look. “Copyright” by “Diane Kelley.” No longer “Diane Preston-Schmalfeldt.”
    Trouble in paradise!

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