I’m Just Going to Leave This Right Here


It’s that first hurdle you know? “Now comes plaintiff William Schamaleldt.” He just can’t get over it, now can he?




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17 Responses to I’m Just Going to Leave This Right Here

  1. Pablo says:

    PROPER FORM ORDER: Case to be brought into proper form by 6/23/2017. Add an additional 3 days only if served by mail or otherwise allowed under Fed. R. Civ. P. 6. Signed by Magistrate Judge Kaymani D West on 6/2/2017. (prou, ) (Entered: 06/02/2017)

    Can’t imagine why DUMBFUCK didn’t mention that. I hope DUMBFUCK has a sturdy mop.


  2. paralleldino says:

    Ah but the court left a little wiggle room. “Plaintiff should refrain from” isn’t the same as “Plaintiff must not”. The former is just a recommendation, right?

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Paul Krendler says:

    I know the most efficient path the crushing that stupid bastard is with motions to dismiss, but after 7 times failing to get past that point, it would be interesting to see DUMBFUCK fail spectacularly in a new and different way.

    Liked by 3 people

    • From a purely dispassionate viewpoint, yes, it would be interesting indeed. Because there are so many ways to fail and we’ve seen the same one seven times already. Perhaps it’s time for a different record in the jukebox.

      OTOH, we are currently seeing multitudes of ways to fail in the lawsuit WJJH has brought against Team Kimbergarten. That might be enough to satisfy the curiosity.

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      • wpdavidd says:

        “And he’s done failed seven times before; it’s his eighth ol’ lulsuit hilarity, hilarity the eighth it is….”

        Liked by 2 people

      • Neal N. Bob says:

        If I were a betting man, I’d go for the big money and wager that Judge West dismisses sua sponte, which would really ruin my fun but make me rich.

        But if that didn’t happen, and I were calling the shots for the defense, each of the Florence Five Four would rake Bowery Bill over the coals with four independent challenges to a DUMBFUCK’s lulzsuit welfare (the best challenge of all would center on the fact that the Yokohama Casanova likely didn’t tell the court that he has a roommate, which could be a problem.)

        If Oliver Wendell Jones somehow managed to survive that, which he wouldn’t, then it would come time for the four independent Motions to Dismiss, each taking a different line of attack and citing different case law. I’d probably stagger the docketing of them about a week apart, so the Diminished Capacity Kid never gets caught up.

        About then, just because I’m a prick, I’d have the Great American Novel of “Dear Mommy” letters written, complaining how unfair it is that Drunkenstein has to respond to all these motions, even though it was his choice to sue four different people at once while he was defending himself in another action several states away.

        Schmaleldt really makes these things too easy, Non-existent impulse control and cheap brown liquors have a long history of that.

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    • Accipe remedium, Tremule! says:

      Oh, just wait. Because he filed in D.S.C., this one will fail spectacularly in novel fashion.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. JeffM says:

    I sort of like the motion to dismiss. He has a good shot at a record, and reasonable ambitions should be encouraged.


  5. Techno Jinxx says:

    Yes but what we really want to know is will he be allowed to bring his blow up girlfriend to court when he nutshuffles his way to MD end of the month?
    I’ve been told your first checked bag is free on Greyhound. so its not like it’d cost him anything to drag her along unless she goes over the weight limit.


  6. John “Minemyown” Doe says:

    If my memory serves me right this is not the first time he has been told not to send emails to a judge or court clerk.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Maybe the magistrate will need a Peace Order?


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