Proving the Point

Bill Schmalfeldt thinks that he can punch back twice as hard at people for saying mean things on the internet. He believes that the proper response to being called bad names and being called out on your own behavior is to reach into someone’s private life and do things to them.

Our latest example can be found HERE.

(Bill Schmalfeldt explaining the nuances that went into his post doxing SPQR)

Bill Schmalfeldt really doesn’t like SPQR because for YEARS SPQR has been saying mean things about Bill. Saying that Bill’s behavior is reprehensible (agreed). That Bill is an idiot (proven). That Bill doesn’t know his way around the courts and courtrooms (true) or even how to properly behave in court (VERY true). That Bill is a sociopath (I don’t necessarily disagree as a layperson), possibly even a psychopath (the same) based on his behavior both online and in the court system.

So what is Bill going to do? Well, initially he WAS going to try to add SPQR to his lawsuit in South Carolina. But that didn’t work out so well as he overplayed his hand and completely FUBAR’d everything up and just dropped his attempt. So instead Bill is going to attempt in another way to reach into SPQR’s life. His real, every day life. For saying mean things on the Internet.

Bill has now doxed him – then again, I don’t think SPQR was actually attempting to stay anonymous, but whatever. Bill intends to file a complaint against SPQR with the Colorado Bar Association – and that worked SO WELL for him the last times he tried to do that to my lawyer, you would think he would know when to quit. Bill also intends to send a copy of his post to a reporter in the city where SPQR lives and every major Colorado newspaper and Colorado blogger who will print it.

These are the actions of a frustrated sociopath, possibly psychopath, who really doesn’t understand how human interaction works. Unfortunately for Bill Schmalfeldt, all of these people that he sends this information to will more than likely do their due diligence on him. And guess what they will find, right up near the top of their search? An account of how he, under the guise of JOURMINALISM, harassed a family over their stillborn daughter.



By purposefully targeting the Colorado Bar, Colorado newspapers, bloggers and readers, Bill Schmalfeldt will have possibly set himself up for personal jurisdiction in Colorado. While attempting to take down a lawyer. Because of mean words on the internet. Oopsie Poopsie!



Our friend SonoranConservative has his take on this hot mess HERE. Enjoy!


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16 Responses to Proving the Point

  1. You would think after leaving such a long trail of failure, he’d figure out he was doing it all wrong.

    Buuuut.. nope!

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  2. Paul Krendler says:

    No, what’s really good is that this is what he does on the internet to people who disagree with him, who point at him, laugh at him and mock him…

    …and then he wonders why no landlord in South Carolina will rent an apartment to him.

    He just doesn’t seem to present himself as an attractive tenant. And that’s even before the background check reveals that he is seeking his third rental home in less than a year (fifth total if you toss in the transient flophouses).


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  3. John “Minemyown” Doe says:

    Those are teh actions of a stalker. Thats right bill “stalker” schmalfeldt.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. bystander says:

    Apparently Bill doesn’t like to be called a “sociopath”. Let’s see if it fits:

    How to Spot a Sociopath

    Look for a lack of shame. Most sociopaths can commit vile actions and not feel the least bit of remorse. Such actions may include physical abuse or public humiliation of others.


    See if the person is constantly lying. Sociopaths are perfectly comfortable going through their lives telling a series of lies. In fact, true sociopaths are uncomfortable when they are telling the truth.


    See if they are able to stay eerily calm in spite of circumstances. A sociopath can experience a highly emotional event (for others) without feeling any emotion.


    Consider if they are extremely charming and generous—at least at first. Sociopaths are great at charming people and making grand, generous gestures because they know how to get what they want.


    Notice if the person is manipulative. Sociopaths understand human weakness and exploit it maximally. Once determined, they can manipulate individuals to do just about anything. Sociopaths prey on weak people and often stay away from equally strong people


    Look for signs of instigating violent behavior. As children some sociopaths torture defenseless people and animals. This violence is always instigating, and not defensive violence. They will create drama out of thin air, or twist what others say. They will often overreact strongly to minor offenses.


    See if the person has a huge ego. Sociopaths often have delusions of grandeur and think they are the greatest people in the world. They will be completely unresponsive to criticism and have an extremely inflated sense of self. They will also have a huge sense of entitlement


    Notice if the person has few real friends. Though not everyone gets lucky in the friends lottery, your guard should go up if the person has virtually no real friends. He or she may have lackeys, people who hang around him just to get bossed around, or people who hover around him to try to mooch off of him


    See if the person is immature. Sociopaths do not learn from their mistakes and repeat the same ones again and again. Therefore, they do not grow or develop as much as other people do.


    Gaslighting. Since sociopaths lie and deceive, they have the tendency to make the victim look and feel as though they are the problem that the sociopath is causing. The medical terminology is “projection”. This is a calling card of the sociopath.


    (I left off 2 that didn’t quite fit. Otherwise every on describes Bill to a T.)


    The person who wrote this had to be looking right at Bill Schmalfeldt when he/she wrote this. It is a brutal and true depiction of exactly who he is.

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  5. tillycroaks says:

    Let’s add another that I think describes him to a T.

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  6. onlooker says:

    Oh Bill, you are so dumb. You are really dumb.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. onlooker says:

    Also that reminded me that SPQR’s comment are some of my favorites.

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  8. Man, that pic. Let me get the cheapest, tiniest keyboard I can find, because I shake so much and I fat-finger so much that I can’t possibly use a standard size keyboard or even a larger, more ergonomic keyboard. Only the smallest, cheapest keyboard on the market will work.

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  9. Who told you that you could call me a sociopath?

    (With apologies to the memory of Rodney Dangerfield. Change “call me a sociopath” to “sleep with my wife” and you’ll get the original joke.)


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