Team Kimberlin has never let the facts get in the way of the false narratives they spin concerning their enemies, and some of the wackiest nonsense comes from Bill Schmalfeldt’s keyboard. Four years ago, he decided to invent a story about me and my religious beliefs. Here are some of his tweets—And here is how I responded in a post titled In Answer to Some Questions.
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A former amateur investigative reporter who is now trying to work the religion page has asked several questions over the last day. Here is my answer:
I find your lack of faith disturbing.
UPDATE—If an intrepid religious reporter knew his stuff and he wanted to question the bona fides of someone serving as a treasurer of a religious fund, he would allude to John 12:4-6. Of course, that would require a working knowledge of his subject matter.
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The Cabin Boy™ was not amused by my mockery.Another empty threat.
Nothing proceeded as the Cabin Boy™ had hallucinated.
Ticking bomb? The Big Talker, who? What?
Oh I know. Past performance is not indicative of something something…
I think in this limited case of Schmalfedtian behavior past performance is totally indicative of future performance. Over the long run he’s totally predictable.
If you have a decent job, why post idiotic tweets on Twitter like “Twitter and Facebook? Both tanking? Where will I get my Angry conspiracy theories and cute kitty photos?” Inviting trouble in never a good idea. No telling what kinds of post may spring forth from the dark web. Keeping your head down & focusing on keeping a stable job would be a smart move.
He really does live in his own world. Must get a bit lonely there, what with only the Inflata-skank for company.