Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 11 – The Gamma Postures, Displaying His Own Fears to the World

A Gamma constantly relives adolescent shame, bullying and emotional issues. He likes nothing better than to publicly shame and mock those who he is angry with (except the girl on the pedestal) to the point of losing sight of any other goal he had in mind. Imagine the awkward boy on the playground being danced around and called names, then how that boy would treat people when he is a man and you will understand how they treat others they are angry with.

When Gamma Reacts

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Here is the question Bill is posing to the court: Is it a shame to have been given some *very* minor accommodations in taking the LSATs? AND, does this kind of accommodation make him unsuitable to be a lawyer?

Considering these types of accommodations have been given all over the country to numerous people – some of whom have gone on to become lawyers, some who haven’t – really doesn’t make them either anything special or worthy of ridicule. So I doubt that Bill “shamed” anyone in any sort of way by “exposing” them. Most likely he just made people laugh themselves silly that he thinks that it would actually make a difference in how people think about a person or shows someone as being a disqualified attorney.

Fact of the matter is, he doesn’t get to choose my lawyer and he’s more than likely to be told by the court to suck it up and deal with it. And Bill Schmalfeldt’s purile attempt to shame, embarass and humiliate someone who has the awesomeness to volunteer to take his bullshit on like my lawyer did for me has only rebounded back on himself a thousand times over. If people viewing this farce of a lawsuit didn’t think that Bill Schmalfeldt was a jackwaggon before now, all they have to do is read his last few entries onto the docket to make up their own mind.

For some reason the Pro Se Cabin Boy seems to think that attempting to shame someone will cover up for the fact that, oh, I don’t know, he submitted a scurrilous motion to the court that included a declaration from someone who is a convicted perjurer who has, yet again, lied about things EVEN WHEN THERE ARE COURT DECISIONS THAT SAY OTHERWISE. TWICE, in fact. Now that’s some master bullshitting going on there. Somehow I don’t think that the court is going to look at his motion in quite the same way he thinks it will look at it.

Plus, with this kind of dissembling about his irrelevant mention of any accommodations my lawyer had with taking the LSATs (Hmmmm. I notice Bill Schmalfeldt has never attempted to take the LSATs himself. Interesting, that), he shows that he doesn’t remember jack or shit that HE BROUGHT UP HIS PARKINSON’S FIRST!

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(Oh yes. Accommodation means that someone can’t go to the bathroom by themselves. Right. Projection anyone?)

Everybody MAKES him do these things, you know? If the Ivy League Lawyer had just not brought up the VERY THING that Bill used to define himself in the complaint, well Bill wouldn’t have had to try to “shame” him. The Ivy League Lawyer accomplished something the unemployed broadcaster and disgraced journalist couldn’t do on his best day, and he thinks that this “shaming” will take it away. Fat chance.

The real problem is that Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t like being called out on his bad acts. We’ve seen it over and over again. In the court system, there are ways to ask the court to deal with things that people do that are above the pale. A Rule 11 motion for sanctions is one of them.

Bill Schmalfeldt just doesn’t like it when people actually show up with the proper tools for a job and thinks that they, too, need to flail about as madly as he does himself. Only an idiot attempts a case like this by themselves unless they absolutely have to. And since Bill thinks that my lawyer is, well, lawyer-ing (those strange lawyer ways frighten and confuse him! I wonder why he is suing then if he doesn’t like the way lawyers do things…) and we can’t have that now, can we?

Mommy! They aren’t allowing me to sue them the way I want to sue them! Wahhhhhh!

But back to the tweet…

Since we are dealing with a Gamma, the idea that he is crowing about “shaming” someone really only speaks to his own fears and worries. Shame is the worst thing for a Gamma, because it is the only thing that can pierce the walls he has built up around himself and shows him how far away from being acceptable in polite society he is. He remembers being mocked as a child for his inability to relate with others. Since that shamed him horribly, he feels that the only way to relieve himself of that shame is to attempt to transfer it to others. Because if he can shame others, then he is no longer shamed and it PROVES that he is much, much better than the other person. In his head, true, but still…

When to talking about disabilities, I think Bill needs to remember that he can’t have it both ways. It’s not a weapon that you are allowed to bludgeon people with to get the results you want, and it’s certainly not something that ebbs and flows as drastically as his does when he’s trying to decide what level of sympathy to evoke or horrible action that he’s trying to excuse away because he just can’t help himself. And he shouldn’t think that he can get away with attempting to club people over the head with their disabilities and not get some of the same back in return.

Oh but wait. This *is* a Gamma we are talking about. And they are EVER so special and the whole world always needs to be reminded of their specialness. Boy oh boy is this one special. lol

Here’s to hoping Bill never changes!


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23 Responses to Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 11 – The Gamma Postures, Displaying His Own Fears to the World

  1. Neal N. Bob says:

    I beg to differ on a minor point. The Diminished Capacity Kid can most assuredly go to the bathroom himself. He’s posted video of it online.

    Have I mentioned that William is insane?

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  2. Jane says:

    And self-titled happy my wife died theMerryWidower has EVER so special dementia, too. Special dementia doesn’t affect anything important – just its memory, judgment, impulse control, emotions, executive function, hallucinations, delusions, and causes the fat freak to crap its pants.

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    • one handle and stick to it says:

      I doubt Aaron could do it, but if Billy’s “making bigs” blog-posts got into the lolsuit briefs, that would be EPIC.


  3. Dianna says:


    Train, phone, and the sun is just up, shedding softly golden light on a rusted tin roof as we roll past.

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  4. Minemyown says:

    Considering these types of accommodations have been given all over the country to numerous people – some of whom have gone on to become lawyers,…

    Judges they become Judges.

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  5. JeffM says:

    I do wonder how much research Witless Willie does before filing things. I doubt for example that he read this.

    “New York courts have been reluctant to grant disqualification motions based solely on a Code violation. Judges are concerned that a party may seek to disqualify an opponent’s attorney simply to gain litigation advantage. Moreover, judges are reluctant to deny blameless clients the services of the lawyers of their choice in the midst of litigation, particularly when disqualification will invite disruption of the trial, thereby inconveniencing the courts along with the parties. Reflecting this reluctance to be bound by the Code of Professional Responsibility when faced with disqualification motions, the New York Court of Appeals has indicated that the Code of Professional Responsibility lacks the status of a statute and that courts are free to disregard its plain meaning in litigation matters when important policy interests are at stake,” such as ensuring that a party can afford representation.

    So, in my opinion, what his impulsive move to disqualify Aaron has done is to insert into the record otherwise inadmissible information about Witless Willie’s behavior and character without a snowball’s chance in hell of actually getting Aaron disqualified. Blunders of that magnitude make my heart glow.

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