Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Writing under a pseudonym has a long and honorable history. Several of the Founding Fathers contributed to The Federalist Papers under the name of Publius. Eric Blair’s pen name was George Orwell. Samuel Clemens wrote under the name Mark Twain. Bill Schmalfeldt has used a host of fake names, but not always for the best of reasons. He had been fired more than once by The Examiner, but he got back on using an assumed name to hide his identity. As shown in this post from five years ago today, How I Cracked the Case, his scam didn’t survive very long.

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The Cabin Boy™ wonders why he wasn’t able to maintain his sekrit identity as Clark Kent Matthew Lillefielt for a whole week. The answer is that he is mind-bogglingly clumsy with operational security. Although I saw no need to mention it, I’ve been aware of the Matthew Lillefielt ID for quite a while. I stumbled on it when I went to document one of the videos he had posted. I went searching for his The Lord of Satire YouTube channel, and found this:YouTube_LoSThere’s the Cabin Boy’s™ portrait inset into a banner from one of his pornographic animated videos, and there’s the name Matthew Lillefielt.

The game was over before he put his quarter in the slot.

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Of course, The Examiner fired him again, but firing is something that the Cabin Boy™ should be used to by now.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD from four years ago today was a typical installment in this blog’s continuing pointage, laughery, and mockification of Team Kimberlin.

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Team Kimberlin’s abysmal record of predicting the outcomes of their lawfare is a wonderful source of pointing and laughter. Here are some more nonsense tweets from 2013.TK2013tweets_b The Cabin Boy’s™ 16 October tweet came the day that his motion for a modification of the first peace order (one that would have let him ignore it if he said that he was doing “journalism”) was denied. The tweet contains two errors. First, the state’s highest court is called the Court of Appeals. Second, instead of throwing out the peace order “TOMORROW or Friday,” the CoA threw out the Cabin Boy’s™ appeal the next week.

Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson reacted to the news of the CoA denying Schmalfeldt’s appeal by opining that I was in bigger trouble because of the Kimberlin lawsuits. While they’ve been a pain in the neck (or a couple of feet lower), they really haven’t caused me any trouble. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin gutted his own case through incompetence in the state lawsuit, and he isn’t performing any better in the RICO Madness.

The third tweet is typical of one of the Cabin Boy’s rants trying to justify harassment as activity protected by the First Amendment. No court has bought his line yet.

FrenchTaunt

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Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


In yesterday’s TKPOTD I noted that Team Kimberlin’s schemes often blow up in their faces. Five years ago last week, Bill Schmalfeldt tried to stick his nose into Brett Kimberlin’s RICO Madness LOLsuit. He sent a letter to the presiding judge that became a part of the case record. Five years ago today, I took note of his filing, dismissing it as “so ludicrous and immaterial as to not be worth a reply.” However, the part circled in the Scribd post embedded below has been a continuing source of pointage, laughery, and mockification of his claims concerning his medical condition.

Hmmm. That kinda supports Ken White’s opinion that Schmalfeldt is a demented freak.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the more ironic aspects of Team Kimberlin is they way their best laid plans often circle back and torpedo them. Consider the case for extortion put forward by Bill Schmalfeldt that was noted in this Prevarication Du Jour that ran five years ago today.

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The Cabin Boy™ tweeted this last night.ExtortionThreatSchmalfeldt does get one thing correct. Extortion is a felony.

One of the ways to commit extortion is to threaten to accuse someone of a crime in order to induce him to do or not do a certain thing. “If [name] doesn’t [do this], he will face charges …”

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I point. I laugh. I mock.

And I am not alone.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Brett Kimberlin filed false complaints against me with Twitter which resulted in my business and personal accounts being permanently suspended. I claimed from the very beginning of the episode that the complaints were baseless lies. After Kimberlin lost his peace order petition in court and the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office dropped the criminal complaint the Kimberlins filed, Twitter restored my business account. OTOH, Bill Schmalfeldt has had multiple accounts suspended by multiple online service providers, and AFAIK, none have been restored. The Footnote Du Jour from two years ago today deals with one such suspension.

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The Gentle Reader may wish to take note that the Cabin Boy™ has not denied the reasons cited by Microsoft for suspending his email account.

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The reasons cited in the Microsoft termination email that Schmalfeldt published were distributing malware or child pornography.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


As this Footnote Du Jour from two years ago today reminds us, sometimes what Team Kimberlin fails to say is more important than their lies.

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The Gentle Reader may wish to take note that the Cabin Boy™ has never denied that he described some of his audio sketches as “probably not” pornographic.

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If Schmalfeldt were ever to offer odd that his audio sketches weren’t porn, I can image that he would have plenty of takers if they thought he would pay off.