Say The Secret Woid, Win A Hunnerd Dollahs

 

There’s that word again!

You know the world is a different place than it was in 1988.

You could find yourself a nice boy and settle down, and no one will think any less of you.

Because, really…no one could.

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42 Responses to Say The Secret Woid, Win A Hunnerd Dollahs

  1. Nicely phrased.

    In both senses. Seriously, that’s putting it about as kindly as it can be said.

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  2. Jane says:

    Many, many times I’ve thought I couldn’t be more repulsed, couldn’t possibly think any less of that freak.

    And then happy its wife died themerrywidower creates a new depth, and sinks even further down and away from being anything other than a malignant monster.

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  3. MJ says:

    We all know that Billy is gay. He projects his love for all that is anal and male. He doesn’t like women. He only likes boys, preferably boys in scouts uniforms. How else could you explain his behaviour? Queer, huh?

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    • Russ says:

      It’s just his way of having, in the words of the song, a “gay old time.”

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    • Jane says:

      Being sexually attracted to cub scouts, and imagining them in sexual situations, including other revolting fetishes such as urine, would be pedophilia, imo, not homosexuality.

      However, I strongly agree that Bill Schmalfeldt has convinced a lot of people that it’s a repressed homosexual, due to its seemingly mentioning male genitalia several times in an average day; fixating on the genitalia of specific men; its apparent hatred of women, misogyny, and use of female genitalia as derogatory, insulting terms; that disgusting description of itself naked from the waist-down, bent over, outside the tin casa, and concurrent invitation for a large group of men to come and use it for anal sex; and on and on and on throughout its blogs, tweets, and other communications.

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  4. Dianna says:

    Summons?

    I didn’t think the court had issued any summonses?

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  5. JeffM says:

    As far as I know, absolutely no one has refused service of summons. As usual, Witless Willie is utterly confused. I suspect he thinks that not going to the post office at his demand is a crime.

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    • MJ says:

      I’m still waiting to be served.

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      • MJ says:

        Actually, I’m still waiting for WordPress to tell me they are giving up my IP Address.

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        • JeffM says:

          I forget how many of us there are for whom he says he is potentially going to seek (or see) a subpoena, but it is 20 some. We could jointly hire, at a very reasonable individual cost, a pretty high powered First Amendment lawyer to move to quash. I have some ideas that would not be typical of a motion to quash but that would be pertinent in the case of someone with multiple restraining orders, a buddy who is a serial bomber, etc.

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          • theman9876 says:

            Since we all know the petitioner is responsible for the cost of service, how much will Billy Boy have to come up with to get all his subpoenas served?? I don’t want to elaborate any further on the “subpoena service issue” to ensure the Blob & Acme Law continue their brilliant legal strategy; I’ve listed the approximate cost Bill will have to pay upfront for the service of his subpoenas:

            cost x # = $$$

            $25 x 20 =$500
            $30 x 20 = $600
            $35 x 20 = $700
            $45 x 20 = 900
            $55 x 20 = $1,111

            Hmmmmm…………..I wonder if this is why Bill Schmalfeldt,Esq., Twitter Attorney at Law with the firm of Acme Partners PLLC, is so hot on getting his victims to waive service?? He says he just wants you to save you money in the vexatious suit he has brought against you. When has Fat Willie ever given a shit about saving his mortal enemies any money??

            Does he really think anybody would fall for the waiving of service bullshit?!

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          • slp says:

            Not only is there the cost of serving the subpoena, but Billy has to provide each witness with the Federal witness fee for one day and mileage. There are also rules on how far you can make a witness travel. You cannot make a witness in California travel to Billy’s apartment.
            I can’t remember Billy’s accurate language of stumbling around the courtroom and fuck himself. He is really doing it in this case before any defendant has been served and before any subpoena has been served.
            Tub of lard idiot.

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          • BillysGonnaGetButthurtAgain says:

            And that doesn’t include the ample resources out there for monikers to write pro se motions to quash. Blob’s latest attempt at shutuppery via frivolous lolsuit will be such a spectacular fail, I’m stocking up on marshmallows, pointy-sticks, and firewood.

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      • Kyle Kiernan says:

        I ordered a cheeseburger 20 minutes and still haven’t been served, even if the waiter is a federal marshall.
        (I’m trying this new sandwich place downtown called Fed-2-Fed-to-Feed supposed to be great but I’m not impressed)

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        • Toastrider says:

          You’d be better off with Mugshots. I never realized peanut butter on a hamburger was actually -good-.

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          • Gus Bailey says:

            Peanut butter, like bacon, makes everything better.

            I often have a debate with an engineer friend about the threat to reality that peanutbutter on bacon would pose.

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  6. JeffM says:

    Does anyone know what the local rules say is required to get a summons issued by the clerk? Does the plaintiff have to be physically present? Does he need to take the bus to the court house? I believe just yesterday (or was it the day before), Willie was eager to take the bus.

    I know Willie loves his tenement, but really a bus trip might be a tonic. And he could get those summons issued. It really is hard for someone to refuse service of a summons before it has been issued.

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  7. Avenger Watcher says:

    I would change the wording.

    Don’t suggest “boy”, IMO.

    No sense giving him ideas. Or plausible deniable.

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  8. The assumption is that we are all sockpuppets of Krendler or Grady or Lynn… He can’t imagine that so many people what to mock him. I can’t imagine it’s so few.

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