Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 4

One of the defining characteristics of a Gamma is that he is, at heart, a coward. And since a Gamma is prone to projection, he views everything people do in that light.

He is a coward and will abandon most everything to save his skin, and this fact gnaws on him internally. Being so narcissistic he is unable to imagine other people not being secret cowards so he will regularly talk of being brave and accuse others of being cowardly.

When Gamma Reacts

Prime examples of this belief that people are cowards who will rat everybody out – just like he would to save his own skin – have been on prominent display recently.

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He just can’t imagine that people would actually stick together when faced with a vexatious lawsuit. That, in fact, it would cause them to work together in order to effect their mutual goals?

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Wait. I thought he already said I gave Krendler up?

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Guess I didn’t.

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Interesting.

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18 Responses to Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 4

  1. Paul Krendler says:

    “He is a coward and will abandon most everything to save his skin,”

    Would that include a showplace tincasa full to bursting with good memories of the ashtray soulmate?

    What about Shiloh and Raven, left to the tender mercies of Mister Pak at the Korean BBQ?

    His fabulous neurologist, Dr. Grill, who knows all of his medical history and the kind of exacerbating damage that prolonged lawsuits can do to a recently widowed, totally disabled, federal retiree stage ELEVENTY Parkinson’s patient with no friends?

    All those prescription medications that he’d have to get a new doctor to fill?

    His wonderful stepson who would tell him to quit with the Johnnie Walker (It’s red. Vroom, VROOM!!) and to quit stalking three year olds?

    Is that the kind of cowardly abandonment we’re talking about here?

    That’s what it sounds like to me.

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  2. Neal N. Bob says:

    If one looks at William’s life in its totality, it quickly becomes clear that the one constant (other than failure) is running away. Jobs, wives, children, luzsuits, you name it. The second things don’t go the way that the Johnnie Walker Red Baron hallucinated them, he runs away.

    That’s the way it always ends, isn’t it?

    He fancies himself a tough guy, to be sure, always demanding that one and all get in the ring with him. But it’s noteworthy that he never manages to stay there for any length of time, often not even long enough for the bell to open the first round. In most of the lulzsuits, the Diminished Capacity Kid fell to the canvas weeping during the national anthem. Say whatever you want about Roberto Duran, but you at least had to hit him before he started whimpering like a girl.

    Well, William, it’s almost time for the bell to sound again. Get in the ring, motherfucker.

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    • Jeanette Victoria says:

      As far as I can tell the only threat’s are from him and 9 restraining orders is the proof of that.

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    • This Other Latin F*cker says:

      To be fair to William “Stolen Valor” Schmalfeldt, he didn’t always run away from jobs. Oft times they booted his ass out. He may have wanted to stay, but was asked politly to not let the door hit him on the way out. And some, like XM, wouldn’t even return he calls after he “quit” there for a “nationally syndicated show” (Which is a Billism for LIE) and then begged them on several occasions to take him back.

      Question – Bill says he ‘quit’ XM because he wife hated living in the city. If that’s the case, why did he continually beg and plead with them to take him back?

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      • Gail wasn’t with him during the time he was “in the city.”

        She’d kicked him to the curb, or he’d abandoned her, depending on who you listen to, prior to his starting that job.

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        • This Other Latin F*cker says:

          Nope, in Bill’s own writings he says that Gail hated living in the city and that’s why he took the offer to be a “nationally syndicated show”. Bill “Stolen Valor” Schmalfeldt wouldn’t lie now would he?

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          • Does the sun rise? Bill, as I have said over and over again: Fall to your knees before the Lord our God and with sincere motive, beg for the gates of repentance be opend unto you. Our God is a loving God, if your plea is made with clean inent He will accept your repentance!

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          • As the prayer goes at the beginning of the Triodion (three weeks ago) goes:
            Open to me the gates of repentance, O Giver of Life,
            For my spirit rises early to pray towards thy holy temple.
            Bearing the temple of my body all defiled;
            But in Thy compassion, purify me by the loving kindness of Thy mercy.

            Lead me on the paths of salvation, O Mother of God,
            For I have profaned my soul with shameful sins,
            and have wasted my life in laziness.
            But by your intercessions, deliver me from all impurity.

            When I think of the many evil things I have done, wretch that I am,
            I tremble at the fearful day of judgement.
            But trusting in Thy living kindness, like David I cry to Thee:
            Have mercy on me, O God, according to Thy great mercy.

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  3. JeffM says:

    I am the master of the fray.
    I am the man they cannot slay.
    And what’s the secret you may say:
    When things get tough, I run away.

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    • Dianna says:

      The running is embarrassing enough. The whining and complaining that accompany the flight are positively cringe-inducing.

      The winter evening settles in with smells of steaks in passageways.

      Six o’clock.

      Not at work, clearly.

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  4. Dianna says:

    Oh, yes, I’m a little batty about TS Elliot.

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  5. agiledog says:

    Hummmm, doesn’t seem like anything is missing. No spoliation of evidence? I was told you’d be doing that. Someone we know was lying AGAIN? Shocker!

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