In DUMBFUCK Pretendy Land Twitterz Court

The denial of a motion to dismiss is now equal to a fully decided (possibly even appealed and upheld) court case.

Oh, a Federal decision, eh? Which one is that?

Ummm…

Back over here in the real world, the denial of a motion to dismiss is simply that – the denial of a motion to dismiss. It doesn’t mean jack or shit for the vexatious lawsuit Bill Schmalfeldt is attempting to prosecute against myself and three of my fellow bloggers/travelers. But, you know, he just has to find this out the hard way.

But go ahead, Bill Schmalfeldt. Schmalfeldt away! I’ll be over here on my porch watching the grass grow. Waiting for that summons to arrive. Hope it doesn’t take too long. Don’t want to fill up on too much popcorn.

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11 Responses to In DUMBFUCK Pretendy Land Twitterz Court

  1. popcornseller says:

    Cargo cult lawfare 101: The plane has to land for the first time to even have Cargo cult lawfare.

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  2. gmhowell says:

    Isn’t there a time limit for serving that suit? Tick tock.

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    • Paul Krendler says:

      That would be telling.

      I think there’s a way for a DUMBFUCK to answer that question for himself, in the impossible event that the question might occur to him.

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  3. Dr_Mike says:

    Hey, that lawsuit made it past a Motion to Dismiss. That puts it in the realm of mysitical, magical success as far as DumbF5ck is concerned. Heck, he’s lucky when they survive long enough to get a MtD.

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  4. JeffM says:

    Anyone have a url to the decision being referenced?

    I ask because it is always great fun to read what Diseased Willie thinks is a case helpful to his LOLsuit. He recently cited a case between two residents of South Carolina as showing why a case against people living in Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Illinois should be heard in South Carolina.

    The most important adage in the law is that circumstances alter cases. The phrase cargo cult law perfectly sums up Diseased Willie’s grasp of the law.

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  5. JeffM says:

    I am guessing that the violence being referred to by Diseased Willy is the interstate tire slashing caper.

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    • MJ says:

      The Clinton, Iowa Police Department supposedly identified the suspects, and according to Bill, it was Patrick Grady who sang like a birdy implicating John Hoge. Later, the CPD suspended the investigation after it was discovered the tires “blew out” and were not slashed at all.

      So, Bill openly lied for the Clinton Iowa Police Department, stating that someone from that agency told him Grady admitted to a crime that really didn’t happen.

      All of those blog posts and tweets have been saved. I would imagine that if the Clinton Iowa PD was called in to testify about those statements, a certain DUMBFUCK would be squirming in his seat, and not in the good way.

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  6. New Official Court Business questions of you from Shakes. He fancies himself an officer of the court now.

    Don’t ever change, Shakes. Until you go moobs up, that is.

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