Remember that time when Bill Schmalfeldt said….
// Here’s a Grain of Salt for You | The Patriot-Ombudsman//
The one thing I value about myself is my honesty. I’m not always right. But I can state that I have never written a story with the intention to deceive. If I have been wrong, whenever that was pointed out and proven, I have always issued a correction. I had to retire in 2011 because I was unable to manage the commute. But we also knew that my ability to process facts and keep them organized would eventually suffer from this condition. And I have certainly reached that point. I am not shutting down the blog. I expect to keep writing about the Kimberlin lawsuits and my own legal battles against the taunting comic book supervillain evil of WJJ Hoge and his tiny band of followers. They are free to say whatever they want about me. I know what I’ve done in my life, and as I look back I do so with very few regrets. The headline indicates my gift to each of you. As I have clearly been affected by the common late stage Parkinson’s “executive dysfunction” disorder, I issue you each a grain of salt for you to take whenever you read something I’ve written. I’m not going to do any more investigating, and least I don’t believe I will. If I do, I will have a friend double and triple check my facts before I publish. I can no longer trust my own judgement on some of these matters. And my detractors love pointing out when I misspell a word, let alone when I get a fact incorrect. They are going to say whatever they are going to say, and frankly, I don’t give a good God damn. I need to step away from the plate, hang up the cleats and watch the game as a spectator, not as a player.I have too much respect for journalism to willingly abuse it. I will continue to run my little Internet radio stations and write for entertainment purposes. But I can no longer expect, or ask, anyone to take what I write as fact.
Oh wait. He’s deleted it from the Internet. My bad!