The easiest way to discredit Bill Schmalfeldt is to quote Bill Schmalfeldt.
Three years ago today, after the Cabin Boy™ had included me as a defendant in LOLsuit III, I posted this sampler of A Year of BS on Twitter—
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This is a sampler of some of the Twitter activity from the Cabin Boy™ during the period of February, 2013, through January, 2014.
UPDATE—I’m told by a friend who has been paying attention to the Twitterz this morning that the Cabin Boy™ is upset because I have had the temerity to quote some his Twitter ravings. He should get used to it, and he will see many more of his own words coming back to haunt him if he continues with his LOLsuit.
Thus far, my response has been restrained. I have more important issues at hand. However, he should consider that my codefendants may not be as gentle as I have been to date. The ram has touched the wall, and I believe they are eager to use it.
If Schmalfeld is lucky, the judge will kick out the lawsuit under 28 U.S.C. 1915(e). If Schmalfeldt decides to do the wise thing (stop laughing), he will withdraw his LOLsuit before the judge rules.
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Dismissal under 28 U.S.C. 1915(e) would have been for an improper in forma pauperis filing. While the judge did find that the Cabin Boy™ had too much income to file as a pauper, he dismissed the LOLsuit on an other ground, the court’s lack of subject matter jurisdiction over the case. Schmalfeldt had made only state law claims, and he still lived in Maryland when he filed the suit. Because I live in Maryland and there were no federal claims, the federal court was required by statue to dismiss the case.
It will be interesting to see how he screws up jurisdiction in LOLsuit IX.