One of the theories suggested to explain the mind-bogglingly incompetent performance of Team Kimberlin is that the members suffer from delusions of adequacy. The TKPOTD from six years ago today provides some support to that theory.
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I’m not making this up, you know. It appears that the reason I did not received service of William Ferguson’s motion to dismiss in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit is that he only served it on himself.
Pro Tip for Pro Ses—All motions, oppositions, and replies are supposed to served on all parties who have appeared in the case.
I had a messenger pick up a copy of his motion from the courthouse today, and after I finish laughing, I’ll write an opposition to file. For now, the Gentle Reader may safely assume that the motion is as well thought out as the certificate of service. I’ll publish his motion and my opposition together.
Oh, one more thing …
Ferguson tweeted on 23 April wondering when I would respond to his motion to dismiss.
His motion is dated 12 April, but the certificate of service is dated 28 April, and the motion was entered on the docket on 6 May.
Stay tuned because the mockery will continue.
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Indeed, it continues.