Bill Schmalfeldt: Martyr

It’s oh so terribly sad when someone is wrongfully accused of doing something heinous.

There are times when a tone of utter indignation is fully justified.

Time when it is even appropriate to feel sorry for oneself.

Time when the world needs to know just how unfair things really are.

Times when you just need to rail at the sky about the injustice of it all.

“Methinks” Bill Schmalfeldt is not worried about being blamed- he just wants to make sure he gets proper credit.


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12 Responses to Bill Schmalfeldt: Martyr

  1. Rob Crawford says:

    The same anonymous commentor uses Cabin Boy’s favorite lines, the timing is always related to his “cycle” and his setbacks/”victories”. He’s not fooling anyone but himself.

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  2. Paul Krendler says:

    Of course “Krendler is generous with words of concern for Connie Hoge.” After all, how many times has DUMBFUCK said John is my “Daddy.” So that would make the lovely Mrs. H. my Mommy, right?

    Gotta finish my burrito now.

    (brushes crumbs off shirt, strolls away…)

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  3. Army Vet says:

    Also notice how Bill gets very indignant when people attribute things written to him that he claims not to have written. But how many times has he sworn to get Grady and Hoge for things that they could prove they didn’t write?

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  4. “Hey! Everybody on the internet who is saying mean things, KNOCK IT OFF. The dickstains are blaming me. Be well.” — Bill Schmalfeltedshmatz


  5. Joe Smirnoff says:

    The Shit stain has revisited…fuck off you Fat Bastard!

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  6. JeffM says:

    Yes, let’s all feel guilty that there was no outpouring of sympathy for Witless Willie when his wife died. He has been so careful not to involve the families of others and been so sensitive to the familial distress of others. Nothing he has ever said could lead any sane person to believe that he would say mean things about Hoge’s wife while she was ill.

    OK. That is the most nonsense I can manage today. The witless one seems to expect that he should be treated as a decent human being. I cannot imagine how anyone sentient could find that expectation anything but laughable. His wife’s death does not make him any less despicable or loathsome.

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