Gosh, it really helps if when you FAILDoxx somebody that you make sure that yeah, you got things completely correct. Because if you really doxed somebody, you would probably know – they would be cursing you out, flailing about online like most of the SJW-types that I’ve observed.
But when your target does something like, oh, I don’t know, ignores you, or flat out laughs at you and trolls you, that bit of doubt starts to seep in, doesn’t it?
Bill Schmalfeldt is only coming to the realization that he skipped Step 2 in the process of determining who somebody was – i.e. actually matching up details correctly and logically without making wild leaps of assumption that can be broken with the slightest puff of air. You know, actually doing it properly instead of being under the influence of his good friend Johnny Walker. Because DAMN, that was some serious drunk rambling last night.
Instead of going back to the drawing board and making things concrete, he’s doubling down. He attempts to extort the intended victim into doxing HIMSELF! Hostage-taking of the victim. It always works! Right? Right?
The first few times Bill Schmalfeldt FAILDoxxed me, all I did was laugh. And point fingers. And laugh some more. And then worry that he was going to sue somebody that really wasn’t me. Because Bill Schmalfeldt is evil that way.
Paul Krendler laughs and laughs at Bill for all the times he’s supposedly been “nailed” by Bill’s awesome and astounding proof. And then Bill turns to make him into someone else. Very amusing.
And now there is MJ. Who is laughing at Bill. Tweeting Bill “confirmation” that his call actually went through! ZOMG! HIS FAX RANG!!!! If he only had a fax. *snort*
Bill can’t figure out if he really got it right or not. And it’s driving him crazy.
MJ doesn’t have to provide Bill a damn thing. And Bill knows it.
MJ is telling Bill Schmalfeldt to fuck off and die in the best way possible. And it’s ever so amusing to watch the monkey dance.
Flail, monkey, Flail! June 28 is coming up quick. Wouldn’t want you to miss your court date.