Knowing So Much That Isn’t So


I guess someone doesn’t remember something that he received. Something that doesn’t expire until later this year.

stalking stuff

Remember this? Guess he doesn’t. Because he went and published THIS.


In the second paragraph:

“The last time I checked Patrick Grady of Palatine, Illinois on LinkedIn”

Dude. That’s SURVEILING. Not allowed.

The rest of the article is him making his wild suppositions. Because there are TENS OF THOUSANDS of companies offering IT services and Grady works for them all. Especially if they are less than  “27 mile drive through some of the worst traffic in America.”

Dude. That’s a STALKING COURSE OF CONDUCT that he is PROHIBITED FROM DOING! At this stage of the game, it’s a Class 4 felony that he is committing according to the language of the order. Oopsie Poopsie!

And he wonders why people get restraining orders against him.



About The Dread Pirate Zombie

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40 Responses to Knowing So Much That Isn’t So

  1. Jane says:

    NINE restraining orders and self-titled happy my wife died theMerryWidower still hasn’t figured out why that keeps happening. And likely never will figure it out. Dementia + arrogance + stooooopid + rage = DUMBF5CK

    Liked by 5 people

  2. Avenger Watcher says:

    At least he wasn’t dumb enough to publish things like a home address, he’s learned that’s a no-no.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Oh, but he did. Again. In a little mapquest thingie. You probably did a TL;DR on the article and missed it. 😉

      Liked by 5 people

      • Avenger Watcher says:

        Poppycock! That would be obviously illegal and a violation!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Avenger Watcher says:

        Well, even if he did, at least he didn’t contact a putative employer in violation of the court’s order!

        Liked by 5 people

      • Grace says:

        Patrick Grady should take the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt’s advice and seek to have criminal charges filed.

        BS has stated in the past: “It won’t be a Peace Order that stops me.”

        Gotta wonder if criminal charges for numerous violations of an Illinois Stalking No Contact Order (Class 4 Felony) will stop him. *popcorn*

        Liked by 4 people

        • one handle and stick to it says:

          I hope more members of the team come around to this obvious realization.
          It’s long past time to think sociopath Bill Schmalfeldt will respect the law and paper court-orders. Only the metal of handcuffs and leg-irons will “persuade” him to cease and desist his criminal behavior. (Either that or, to quote Billy, a 2-by-4 to the face…but I doubt pussy-Billy will be talking so tough to the other criminals in the prison woodshop for THAT to ever happen.)

          Liked by 1 person

  3. one handle and stick to it says:

    Well all this paper doesn’t mean shit until people are prepared to give it teeth by filing appropriate police reports… and maybe sending it along to certain landlords at Canticle and Juniper Courts.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Minemyown says:

    Did the SOB even read what he posted:
    I’ll spare you the obscenities he wrote. But look at that IP address. Guess where it resolves to! The same place that ALL **** web traffic resolves to.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. one handle and stick to it says:

    Odd. Bill Schmalfeldt too stupid to realize he’s on another faildox.
    Oh, wait. NOT SO ODD!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. The best part is the “boom goes the dynamite.” That makes my day.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. samk says:

    “Turns out there’s another company that dabbles in the same sort of thing Capegemini does.”

    That is quite the stretch.

    Liked by 1 person

    • samk says:

      Not because no other company offers those services, but because the other company he speaks of, CBRE, is a commercial real estate company.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Well, since Unca Biwwy thinks there are people who do “real” stuff like write books and make podcasts, and then there is everyone else. Since neither CG nor CBRE write books or put out podcasts, obviously they do the same sorts of things! [I don’t need the sarc tag, right?]

      Liked by 3 people

      • Meh. My migraine and lack of sleep are making it hard to proofread well (I lose bits of peripheral vision, which is better than pain, so I’ll take it.) There should be no “since” in front of “Unca Biwwy”.

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    • Capgemini provides outsourced IT consulting.

      CBRE is a realtor.

      Clearly the same thing.

      Shh, he’s on a roll…

      (Deb Frisch and Zurich Insurance…what is it about Illinois?)

      Liked by 4 people

      • one handle and stick to it says:

        I think someone once used the Zurich Insurance angle to pwn Debbie pretty hard. But I forget how. I wonder whether [self-REDACTED].

        Liked by 1 person

      • MJ says:

        I liked the part where he claimed to talk about “people in the know” and how they confirmed his suspicions. I also liked how he claimed that people were upset about what Grady had supposedly done. Notice he used the phrase, “used to work with” and tried to swing it back to “he’s still using their equipment.”

        Except for the fact that no one at a company like CBRE would ever reveal such relationships, nor confirm any of his suspicions because ethics and all, Bill sure does seem to think he talked to someone. It’s like he can’t help himself showing that he was engaged in criminal acts of surveillance, tortious interference, and willful misrepresentation to cause harm to another.

        Thanks Billy! No one had to do anything but sit back and watch!

        Liked by 5 people

        • MJ says:

          This just proved that he is lying. I won’t say why, this confirms it.

          Liked by 3 people

          • one handle and stick to it says:

            Reminds me how (was it just LAST FUCKING WEEK?) Bill Schmalfeldt was making up all sorts of shit about how certain Wisconsin/Illinois cops and DAs were SO VERY INTERESTED in Billy’s bullshit criminal filings. So, how’d that work out?
            Billy forgets his lies and failures. We don’t.

            Liked by 3 people

        • If no one can get a reference from the company they worked for for years, other than “Yes, X worked here from dateA to dateB, and was not fired for cause”, there is no way in hell that they are going to give some random dood on the phone sensitive personnel info.

          But then Biwwy does live in Pretendy Land, so you have to wonder if those phone calls were simply figments of his delusional imagination.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Former Commenter says:

            He’s obviously got a direct line to the voices in his head.
            One that we know of works Christmas Eve as a court clerk.
            Another one has an “African tinge” to her voice.
            Staff meeting must be a hoot!


  8. Minemyown says:

    For people using firefox:


    If you cut, copy or paste something from a website, then the website owners can get notified of exactly which part of a webpage you have cut, copied or pasted. If they wish, they can then record or modify the text, or prevent you from copying (etc.). They can also prevent you from pasting text into online forms. By setting this entry to false you prevent websites knowing where you pasted their text, and as a side-benefit will be able to bypass restrictions on cutting and pasting).

    You type “about:config” in the brower address window then do a search, then right click, click toggle. And web sites will know longer be able to tell your did a copy.

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    • Jane says:

      Good info, Minemyown, thanks. However, it’s not something the horde would be using at any site operated by self-titled happy my wife died theMerryWidower. None of us would visit the fat freak’s site, no matter how much hazmat is available. It’s much, much better to just archive the site and view the archive.

      I know the loathsome loser likes to pretend we visit its sites regularly, leave comments, send it email, etc. Grady left an innocuous comment once, and that started a multi-year and multi-FAILsuit vendetta against Grady. Notice the freakshow whines about his comment but never, ever produces it. None of us would want to start something like that, or add to the stalking and harassment Grady has been subject to ever since.

      When the grotesque ghoul accuses the horde, we all dismiss it without bothering to even ask if anyone left a comment or whatever. None of us would feed drunkenstein’s victim fantasy, nor would we add fuel to its obsession with Grady.

      Again, thanks, Minemyown, good info. I just want to make it very clear that none of the horde would be using that info at the freakshow’s sites. No matter how much the malignant monster deserves it, none of us would engage in the kind of things we’re accused of, especially since that kind of attention only makes it happy. And no one wants that!

      Liked by 3 people

  9. Dr_Mike says:

    Wait, Bill honestly thinks some of the worst traffic in America is in…Chicago?

    It’s _always_ rush hour in Chicago? So when I plan runs to 29 E. Ohio St in what I think are “off peak” hours I’m doing a rush hour pizza run?

    And really, Chicago rush is horrible? Try NYC or LA. At least Chicago isn’t a bunch of islands, like NYC, where you _can’t_ build more roads, and they have “pay off the Union guys to do it” Democrats, not tree hugging “OMFG, a NEW ROAD??? NOOOO!!!!! HOOOGE!!!!” California dipshit Democrats. In Chicago rush, the Dan Ryan slows to 65. That’s right, you can still speed during rush hour, just not as much.

    This is the level of attention to detail I’ve come to expect from Bill “Ima completely mentally disabled DF widower” Schmalfeldt.

    Seriously, Bill. Learn. Experience. Take the Scooty-Puff (it’s red! VROOM!) down to Chicago and drive it in rush hour traffic. Please. You will learn from the experience.

    Liked by 4 people

    • gmhowell says:

      The irony is that the mongoloid used to live in the DC metro area, which I would rank up there with the two places you mentioned and ATL for worst in the US.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Bill claims to have been a cross-country trucker, so he believes he is an expert at traffic… I always had a hard time figuring out when he had the time to be a trucker… 30 years a journamalist and radio personality as well as investigative journamalist and writer as well as founding ‘personality’ of XMradio’s Broadway channel. You know what they say about men who love broadway showtunes… that may be the source of the butt stuff!

        Liked by 1 person

        • gmhowell says:

          Hey now, I spent six months as an OTR truck driver AND have a piece of film stock from “My Fair Lady” and saw Yul Brenner during his farewell tour of “The King and I” and my backside is exit only.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Were you a host of a showtunes radio channel that broadcast to a national audience? BTW, I saw Zero Mostel on Broadway in “Fiddler on the Roof” and my posterior is also exit only.

            Liked by 1 person

          • gmhowell says:

            I must say that I’ve never hosted a showtunes channel. And I also prefer most of those tunes in context, not as standalone songs.

            On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 1:16 PM, BILLY SEZ – The Bill Schmalfeldt Feldtdown Observer wrote:

            > Fr. Paul Lemmen commented: “Were you a host of a showtunes radio channel > that broadcast to a national audience? BTW, I saw Zero Mostel on Broadway > in “Fiddler on the Roof” and my posterior is also exit only.” >

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