Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Hindenburg_burningSo the Cabin Boy™ isn’t the editor of Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread any more.

But, but, but didn’t he publish a post at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread in which he stated that he’d be back after the first of the year? Well, I suppose that was technically true. He didn’t leave until after midnight on New Year’s Day, so he was on board for a few hours of 2017.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is trying to get some traction with another offer of reward money of evidence of the sort of vote fraud that he was saying that Donald Trump shouldn’t have to worry about only a few days ago. The promotion must be singularly unsuccessful because he had to resort to the Cabin Boy™ flacking for it over at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread.


Click Envy?

Apparently, the traffic at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread has dropped so much and the sense of isolation is so great that the Cabin Boy™ has taken to tweeting back and forth with himself.bu201610160419z

As for whether this website is boring, I’ll let the Gentle Readers vote with their mouse clicks. OTOH, it seems that the Cabin Boy™ is so desperate for page views that he’s taken to signing me up for Disqus subscriptions to comment on some of his posts.bu_disqus#SMH

Prevarication Du Jour

Last year, Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Boy Unread falsely reported on what happened in the 13 March and 14 May hearings on the peace order petition that Brett Kimberlin filed against me. The accuracy of its reporting under its current retread editor is no better. Indeed, it may be worse.bu210610151234zIn fact, the court made no such finding.

Of course, if the current editor of Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread believes that he can prove that I have engaged in stalking of the Kimberlin family, he can try to make that part of his defense in Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. However, before he wastes his time, he might want to consider that when The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin attempted to sue me for stalking in Kimberlin v. Walker, et al., he lost on summary judgment. Also, when he has tried raise the issue in further lawsuits, he lost again. More to the point, when TDPK filed his failed 2015 peace order petition, he alleged stalking as one of the bases, but the judge who reviewed his petition struck the stalking allegation from the temporary order.

I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

This banner ad is in the ad rotation at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unreadbuad201610080127z

UPDATE—I see this post generated some interest from the Cabin Boy™, and he has commented in a way that demonstrates his lack of reading comprehension and his amazing ability to jump to unwarranted conclusions.

kl201610080433zYes, this post was put up in the Humor category. I find it ironically funny that a site whose editor is admittedly demented would have that particular banner ad sprawled across the top of its home page. However, there’s nothing in this post that deals with Alzheimer’s Disease or that pokes fun or makes light of that disease or other ailments that cause Dementia. The point of the post was to engage in PLM resulting from the Cabin Boy’s™ lack of proper editorial control over Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread. The site never was particularly successful, but its traffic has been dropping precipitously since the Cabin Boy™ took over.

So with his tweet, the Cabin Boy™ has given all my Lickspittles yet another opportunity for pointage, laughery, and mockification.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. News

Here are the net results of today’s motions hearing in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

William Ferguson was dismissed from the case for lack of personal jurisdiction.

Both of Bill Schmalfeldt’s motions to dismiss were denied. His answer to the complaint is due within 15 days.

The motion for alternate service on Matt Osborne was denied, and Judge Hecker instructed me how to proceed with service of process against Osborne. I will follow his directions.

All of the Kimberlins’ pending motions were denied. That included the motion to quash the subpoena to GoDaddy; the motion to dismiss the suit as a SLAPP suit; the motion to find me a vexatious litigant; and their motion to dismiss for improper venue and failure to state a claim. At the close of the hearing Brett Kimberlin moved that discovery be stayed, and I offered to stay discovery until 17 October, the Monday after the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial is scheduled to end. The judge ordered a stay until the 17th.

My requests for default against Almighty Media and Breitbart Unmasked were denied because there is no proof that they are legal entities. Their status is under investigation.

My motion to strike the reference to me as a “serial stalker” and “sexual predator” in the title of one of the Kimberlins’ motions was granted, and the judge warned that such epithets have no place in the proceedings. The Clerk was ordered to redact those words from the online docket and the paper record.

My motion to strike the confidential discovery material from the Frey case that had been included in one of the Kimberlins’ filings was denied. Judge Hecker felt it was the federal courts job to enforce its protective order.

My motion to strike all of the Kimberlins’ improperly signed filings was denied, but the judge ordered the Kimberlins to correct the signature blocks on their filings within 15 days. In line with that ruling, the judge determined that their second answer would be taken as their operative answer if they correct the signature problem.

My motion to compel GoDaddy’s compliance with a subpoena was granted.

The judge said to expect a scheduling order within 30 to 45 days.

So as things stand now, the case continues to go forward against the Kimberlins and Bill Schmalfeldt.

Did I get everything I asked for? No, I didn’t.

Did I get everything I expected? Let me put it like this: Everything proceeded better than I foresaw.

Oh, one more thing … I’d like to thank the Lickspittles who showed up to watch the hearing today. I appreciate their support.

UPDATE—Yes, it’s true that my request for default against Schmalfeldt was denied. As noted above, he has 15 days to file a proper answer.kl201609272125zI wasn’t wearing a tuxedo. Evening wear would not have been appropriate in the court. I wore a navy blue pinstripe suit with a white oxford cloth shirt, medium blue bowtie, black oxford shoes, and dark socks. The Cabin Boy™ was casually attired. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin wore a rumpled suit, a white shirt with no tie, and white socks.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

There’s a motions hearing scheduled in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit Tuesday morning. There are a bunch of motions from the defendants: one from William Ferguson, two from Bill Schmalfeldt, and four from the Brett and/or Tetyana Kimberlin. I have ten motions pending, five of which are requests for default against Brett Kimberlin, Tetyana Kimberlin, Bill Schmalfeldt, Almighty Media, and Breitbart Unmasked. Another of my motions seeks alternate service on Matt Osborne. The rest mostly deal with responding to to motions from the defendants.

If blogging is a bit slow today, it will be because I’ll be preparing for tomorrow.