Remember when Bill Schmalfeldt said:
Oh wait. He deleted it from the Internet. My bad.
This would be Bill Schmalfeldt, last October or so, talking about the insurance money he got from the death of his wife.
This would be the same Bill Schmalfeldt who filed an IFP application in which he specifically stated he had not received any such monies in the past year.
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IIRC, this was immediately after the tweet in the SOTD post yesterday. So, in context, self-humiliating and self-described Happy My Wife Died woo hoo TheMerryWidower indicated the amount of blood money received less than a year ago was so large that it could pay the fees and costs of a lawyer with the loathsome loser’s “pocket change.”
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I actually spent two hours looking through some old stuff, and ended up seeing multiple versions of the “Oh, you’ve done it now!!!!111” tweet. I know beach maintenance workers with rakes who have drawn fewer lines in the sand. And every day, somebody steps right over them.
Ah, back when DUMBFUCK lied about me being dead on the nose about his paltry life insurance payout.
Good times, good times…
Statistically speaking, I wonder what proportion of folks who buy that “final expenses” insurance in the hope that a big shindig is thrown to mark their passing end up in an urn bought at the Saturday flea market while their former spouses buy new coffee pots in celebration of the most cash they have ever seen at one time.
I don’t say it is 100%, but I bet it is not 0%.
By the way, MY final expenses will include suckling pig, buckets of Veuve Cliquot, and a few blond indulgences that my wife need not know about. No new coffee pot for her: that money is for my personal final expenses.
Was this during his Krendler=Lynn Thomas tear? I know. There’s been so many Krendler should issue Krendler Klub badges.
Always certain, never right.
Michael Sorich and Cavanagh Law will be glad to know they can bill DUMBF5CK for their services…
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