Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Bill Schmalfeldt has a knack for sticking his nose into other peoples’ business and then wondering why his nose got bloodied. Often, he winds up punching himself in the snout. Four years ago last week, the Cabin Boy™ sent a letter to the judge presiding over the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness LOLsuit complaining about truthful statements made concerning him in rebuttal to false statements made in court papers by Brett Kimberlin. Even if the form of his communication with the court had been proper, his letter was essentially worthless for Kimberlin’s case. Most of Schmalfeldt’s statements fit the characterization used by Magistrate Judge West in dismiss LOLsuit VIII: He “provides no proof other than his own self-serving statements[.]” Indeed, one of the few things he stated for which there might be some objective evidence is this statement about his health: “There are other outward and not-so-quite-visible signs of increased degeneration, including the onset of early Parkinson’s disease dementia.”

I published this comment In Re Docket Item 63 four years ago today.

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Some things are so ludicrous and immaterial as to not be worth a reply.

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Demented is as demented does.

12 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Its Sunday time for something beautiful
    Messiah Part I.

    Part I and describes the relation of the musical setting to the text. Part I begins with the prophecy of the Messiah and his virgin birth by several prophets, namely Isaiah. His birth is still rendered in words by Isaiah, followed by the annunciation to the shepherds as the only scene from a Gospel in the oratorio, and reflections on the Messiah’s deeds.

  2. Wow – BS is encouraging innocent African-Americans to break the law, become felons, and thereby lose their Second Amendment rights. It’s illegal to do this in DC. Is he a false flag Russian operative?

    • He’s a pauper. He can’t even imagine ever owning something like this again. When you make life choices like Bill does, your life is pretty much confined to cheap motel rooms and truck stop parking lot employment.

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