So in his newest screed – yes I have a copy and no, you can’t have mine and I won’t link to it because he doesn’t need more clicks – Bill Schmalfeldt’s decided to “build a case” against my lawyer allegedly sending him ewww-y pictures (a photoshop of one of Bill’s own photoshops – you remember, the one with him eating the kitten?) as replies to his posts.
He whines and complains that my lawyer won’t answer his questions (now just WHERE have I heard that before, hmmmm?).
Here’s a huge hint for Bill. Absolutely positively NO ONE on the face of this planet is required to tell you the name of their ISP. NO ONE. Their refusing to tell you isn’t anything more than simple caution on their part, especially when they know what you will do with even the smallest nugget of information.
Bill then tries to build a case based on the IP that WordPress snagged from the comment-leaver and IPs that are built into the header of the emails that my lawyer sends Bill when he responds to the tedious and frankly ridiculous emails Bill thinks actually have relevance to life.
Seriously, some of them are really out there, people. I laugh and laugh and laugh when I read them. One of these days I might share them. We shall see.
But guess what? He doesn’t claim that the two IPs are the same IP address. But, because one IP address is within walking distance of something else which is a handful of miles from where somebody lives, THIS is why Bill thinks that my lawyer is sending ewww-y pictures attached to comments on his website.
Yeah. Compelling case this is not. *YAWN* It’s just a less spectacular version of the Feldtchart.
***Interesting aside – one of the people mentioned in the infamous Feldtchart is mentioned in Bill’s emails. And it’s someone who he’s accused of being many other people over the course of years. Hmmmmm.***
Perhaps Bill Schmalfeldt should have acquainted himself with the small fact that about, oh, a METRIC BUTTLOAD of IPs resolve to Northern Virginia or pass through it on their way to their final destination. He could peruse the article located HERE about one journalist’s adventures in trying to pin things down and the things that he learned.
So, yeah. Another day. Another attempt by Bill Schmalfeldt to “prove” who his enemies are outside of the voices that seem to be talking to him in his head.