Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 12

When a Gamma is sick with a mild cough they will let everyone know about it and make a big show of it. If a Gamma contracts a serious illness there’s certainly no stoicism involved, but you will notice they act like they are the first person in history with the illness and want to talk to everyone about. They will try to include everyone around them into their illness to ramp up the magnitude of it, like it’s a near national emergency that some random guy is sick. A Gamma can’t be just an ordinary guy with an illness, but rather a special guy who requires more attention, care, and involvement from those around him.

Fear of Being Ordinary

(Yes, I know. We’ve touched on this before. I wanna bring it back around. Again.)

It seems someone is milking his defining characteristic. Again.

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I can’t decide if that’s a thousand-yard stare with nobody home or just creepy.

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How long ago was it that he first started saying that he was going to die within the year because of Parkinsons? 2008? I think that’s the earliest I’ve seen it. But only just NOW he’s dealing with “early executive dysfunction that comes with late stage PD.” Riiiight.

This is all, of course, the precursor for “You’re Killing Me” Bill to make his maudlin return. The Schmycle keeps rolling on…

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18 Responses to Bill Schmalfeldt, Gamma: Part 12

  1. Nothing wrong with raising awareness of the importance of Parkinson’s research. Sadly, he has only been successful in spreading the word about the negative impacts of oversharing, shutuppery and self-centered whining.

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    • Jane says:

      This.

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    • That is the problem. If it really was about the importance of Parkinson’s research, well, I don’t think I would have a problem with any of this at all.

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    • theman9876 says:

      Bill wrote that post knowing the ONLY people to see it were members of the Horde. He has no interest in Parkinson’s advocacy except to use it as a weapon or shield in his online flamewars. He provides zero content that would interest any civilian with or without Parkinson’s. I’m sure he is aware of this by the sites stats, but is most likely in denial. How long will he continue with Parkinson’s Disease advocacy when he has zero impact? How long will he go without seeing a doctor in Wisconsin for his condition?

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      • one handle and stick to it says:

        Billy’s been stifling his self-awareness that NO ONE gives two shits about his “thoughts,” at least since publishers laughed at his dumbass “book” No Doorway Wide Enough. And when Billy decided to self-“publish” the “book”? He only sold a handful of pity-copies. That WOULD have been a wake-up call to any mentally functioning human being…but then again, there’s a reason we call him DUMBF5CK.

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  2. Toastrider says:

    Meanwhile, Michael J. Fox is being absolutely brutalized by Parkinson’s (evidently he needs help now just getting into a car), but he refuses to quit, and keeps working to raise funds for research.

    What are YOU doing, Bill?

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  3. Paul Krendler says:

    Wait…Bill has Parkinson’s?

    That’s news to me!

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  4. I thought he had early executive disfunction years ago? How long does it take to progress?

    And wasn’t he about to be confined to a wheelchair two years ago, and couldn’t go anyplace by himself for errands? You have to admit that his wife’s passing caused a miraculous improvement in his symptoms.

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    • Grace says:

      Yeah. The Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt has been wheelchair bound a few different times in the past, IIRC. He sure has the oddest form of Parkinson’s Disease. Similar to when he claimed he was no longer capable of speaking on the telephone a few years back. I don’t recall him whining about that limitation of his when the judge ordered a telephonic conference call just a couple of weeks ago.

      As with everything else The Big BM starts, I’d wager his latest claim of reFOCUSing on Parkinson’s Disease research and funding will soon be tossed aside in favor of some “new-and-improved” rebranding effort centered around some butthurt du jour.

      Not only is BS as predictable as the sun setting in the west this evening, but the sooner his rebranding happens… the better. The last thing PD organizations and true and honest PD victims need for their awareness and fundraising efforts is someone like the Stalking Sociopath Bill Schmalfeldt attempting to hitch his foul presence to the cause. Such efforts need long-term commitment provided by morally-centered, stoic, positive individuals.

      IOW — NOT a Bill Schmalfeldt.

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    • theman9876 says:

      It sure is convenient that every one of his “symptoms” cannot be verified by anyone but Bill. He doesn’t have any of the very common and obvious symptoms that are easily verified by anyone within sight of him.

      Question: Has Bill Schmalfeldt ever participated(plaintiff or defendant) in a legal case where he DID NOT announce he has Parkinson’s Disease in at least one filing??

      Question: What medication, if any, does Bill Schmalfeldt take on a daily basis to lessen his symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease?

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  5. Mr Minority says:

    If Billy is whining about having to keep up with his household chores, dealing with late staged PD, grieving over losing his wife, writing a blog and writing a book, then why, oh, why is he stalking people on the internet, filing frivolous lawsuit, and threatening people on twitter?

    The whining is just a ploy to gain pity, but when people see his actions, he receives nada!

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  6. Gus Bailey says:

    Are we killing him yet?
    Not a death threat; reference to a stage in the Schmycle.

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  7. MJ says:

    Except, his illness is not Parkinson’s Disease. Having holes drilled into your head because you convinced a doctor you need think you have something isn’t the same as actually having it. He now claims to have the oddest variant of a disease that has the same symptoms as chronic obesity. He wants people to believe there is something wrong in his head. There is something wrong, but it’s not what he thinks. And I’m sure Parkinson’s charities would rather he just up and admit he’s a shyster that is typical of a Gamma personality and stay the hell away from it.

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  8. Neal N. Bob says:

    “I can’t decide if that’s a thousand-yard stare with nobody home or just creepy.”

    I look at it as “John Lydon after a corrective blow to the head.”

    I’m also unconvinced that bemoaning your “executive dysfunction” is a particularly wise move when you’re representing yourself in a federal lawsuit, but I’ve never known Drunkenstein to adequately protect his own interests especially well, which is why I love him. He’s a living monument to the Triumph of Stupidity over everything that used to be good about society.

    However, this could herald the coming return of “You’re Killing Me Bill”, which is always good for a chuckle.

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    • Mr Minority says:

      After glancing at it briefly (you can’t look at it long, otherwise you get the urge to teach your young Cub Scout how defend himself with common household items, put a brick on the garbage can lid and lock your liquor cabinet) I am convince, that is the stare he practices and uses when looking over hedges and staring at your dog pooping in the back yard. A yearning, a Jeffrey Dahmer kind of look.

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  9. I think the stare is more crosseyed than thousand yard. Whatever it is is indeed a little creepy, as well as suggesting that the owner is not the brightest bulb in the box.

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  10. Dianna says:

    What became of his blogs about being the new old guy? Dead and buried?

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