Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


I’ve had some questions about why I didn’t get motions for summary judgment filed against all the defendants in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit by last Friday. That would have been the date they would have been due under the original schedule. However, the Scheduling Order doesn’t require that dispositive motions be filed by a specifically named date. It requires that they be submitted 100 days before the first day of the trial. Because the trial date has been put off for two weeks, the time to file dispositive motions was automatically extended. I may choose to use all of the extra time to polish additional motions for summary judgment—if I choose to file any. I could decide that it is to my advantage to go to trial against some of the defendants.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Yesterday, I stopped by the Courthouse and picked up this copy of the Cabin Boy’s™ Motion for Summary Judgment in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

I don’t plan to make any substantive public comment on this motion until the court has ruled on it outside of the opposition I plan to file.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Once in a while, it’s amusing to bring back an old feature. Here are some recent logins to Hogewash!

2017 APR 25 14:32:23 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 15:37:15 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 15:37:20 UTC search=interrogatories
2017 APR 25 15:38:10 UTC search=second+set
2017 APR 25 15:39:11 UTC search=second+set+of+interrogatories
2017 APR 25 15:42:20 UTC 2017/01
2017 APR 25 15:42:32 UTC search=interrogatories
2017 APR 25 15:43:50 UTC search=dreadfud-pro-se-schmalfeldt
2017 APR 25 20:33:47 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 22:11:34 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 22:12:06 UTC 2017/01
2017 APR 25 22:48:23 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 23:12:36 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 25 23:12:55 UTC 2014/07
2017 APR 25 23:13:46 UTC 2014/08
2017 APR 25 23:17:15 UTC 2014/09
2017 APR 26 02:46:40 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 26 02:47:41 UTC Home Page
2017 APR 26 02:55:43 UTC Home Page

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

As I Expected …


As I expected, the Circuit Court denied my request for a default judgment against Breitbart Unmasked in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. As I also expected, the Cabin Boy™ appears to misunderstand the significance of that denial.One of the reasons The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt has lost every one of his LOLsuits is that he has never proceeded with his cases in an orderly manner, making sure that all of the necessary Is were dotted and Ts were crossed. Now that this formality is dispensed with, I can move on to … well, I’ll let the Cabin Boy™ watch his mailbox for the next court paper that might concern him.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


An interesting timeline—

1 April—The Cabin Boy™ takes a picture of his SUV with two flat tires.

2 April—The Cabin Boy™ files his vandalism report with the Clinton, Iowa, Police Department.

4 April—Show Cause Order served on the Cabin Boy™ by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office.

6 April—Vandalism investigation closed by Clinton PD.

10 April—Cabin Boy™ files his “contempt” motion.

It’s been a while since that motion was supposedly filed, but nothing has appeared on the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. online docket. Did the Cabin Boy™ forget to enclose the $32 filing fee for a contempt petition with his motion?

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.