April 2015

Watching Cartoon Watches (MS3KU 64)

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Unanswered Questions

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Not On His Resume

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A Moment of Truth (MST3KU 63)

When Brett tried to control his reputation via lawfare, he managed to bluff a few people into submission, but the losses he's suffered (he's 0 for 3 against Hoge and 0 for 4 against Walker) show that he's pretty much a humbug.

Unlike the Wizard, Brett is not benign. He's shown that by including defendant's he had settled with in his appeal of his racketeering lawsuit. Not only is he a humbug, he's looks to be a backstabbing one.

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Brett and his team of cyberstalking thugs can still engage in harassment. However, they're becoming more trouble than they're worth to those who once found them useful. Diddling with Twitter account now pretty much all they have left that works. Meanwhile, Brett's opposition has discovered that they are the ones with hearts and brains and courage.

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Greetings from the Gulag

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It's Billogical!

Mr. Bill has found all the proof he needs that W. J. J. Hoge knows the identity of Paul Krendler because Johnny Atsign has a phone conversation with Phil Candler in one of Hoge's radio scripts.

Mr. Bill is a little slow on the uptake. In an episode a few weeks ago, Atsign and Candler met face-to-face for lunch. That must mean that Hoge knows what Krendler looks like too.

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Who's Who

Who's Who

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[crickets]

No Answer

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That's Above Your Pay Grade, Mr. Bill

Mr. Bill is getting uppity …

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Investigative Reporting

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More Bad News

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Mr. Bill Takes Aim

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As Stage Eleventy Approaches ...

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Security Clearance

Mr. Bill used to be a federal employee, but as a PR flack for NIH, he probably didn't need to have a security clearance. We tried to look into the matter but our NonFed-to-NonFed inquiries haven't gone anywhere.

OTOH, Mr. Bill and Bunny Boy and some other of their buddies in Team Kimberlin have written about trying to cause the security clearances of some of their cyberstalking targets to be lifted. So far, it doesn't seem their lies aren't working.

BTW, high-level security clearance require passing periodic polygraph examinations.

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Perhaps This Will Refresh Your Memory

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A Day Ending in Y

Mr. Bill is changing the format of his podcast, and he's renamed his Twitter account. Such rare events only happen on days ending in Y.

Oh, and he's offering a very special deal …

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A Million Dollars (MST3KU 61)

Brett sought a million dollars in damages with his first state lawsuit. He lost.

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There is probably no truth to the rumor that Brett is being considered for the role of Mini-Me in the Austin Powers remake.
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The LOLsuit of Doom

Temple of Dumb

Inspired by the title suggestion from Paul Krendler.

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Time Travel?

Is W. J. J. Hoge something more than just a simple quantum mechanic?

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Is Brett Appealing? (MST3KU 60)

Only in the sense that he's trying to get the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to review his loss of his racketeering lawsuit …

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BOOM? (MST3KU 59)

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BOOM! (MST3KU 58)

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Is a Half-Truth a Half-Lie?

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Too Tall and Too Old (MST3KU 56)

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Reactions

We have been able to contact the various LBS internet detective characters for their reaction to Mr. Bill's assumption of the role of Interwebz Hall Monitor. Here's what Johnny Atsign, Sergeant Friday, Officer Smith, and the Twitter Town Internet Sheriff had to say …

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BTW, Mr. Hoge should use the Contact button to tell us where to send the royalty payment.

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Team Kimberlin: A Bunch of Psychos (MST3KU 55)

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Mr. Bill: Internet Hall Monitor

We haz sad cuz Mr. Bill doesn't seem to want to pay attention to us.

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Patterico Answers Brett

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We are developing an appreciation for the writing style of Patterico's lawyer Ron Coleman.

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Mr. Bill's Initial Plea

Aaron Walker reports that Mr. Bill initially tried to enter a plea of diminished mental capacity during his peace order violation trial.

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Of course, it could be that Mr. Bill didn't want to delay the trial because he wanted a quick decision, but we bet that he was afraid to have a complete psych workup as part of the trial record. Such an evaluation would include a neurological evaluation to see how his Parkinson's disease affects his mental capacity. It might show that he really doesn't have Stage Eleventy disease.


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A Pyrrhic Victory?

We are disappointed to hear that Mr. Bill wasn't found guilty of violating W. J. J. Hoge's peace order today. However, after reading Aaron Walker's account of the proceeding, we have the impression that Mr. Bill may not have helped his overall legal position by some of things he may have said in court today. It would be interesting to hear the Court audio. We may have to order a copy.

Game On

We weren't surprised by the outcome of today's trial. It seems that Team Kimberlin usually wins in the District Court in Maryland. Given Walker's comment about Hoge reopening the Circuit Court case, we wonder what Hoge has up his sleeve?

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Brett v. Home Depot

Brett claims to be one of several million customers of Home Deposit whose credit cards accounts were affected by a data breach at Home Depot. Yeah, big deal. It happened to one of us too. Brett is suing.

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We wonder it this suit would have been filed if Home Depot were one of the companies donating building supplies to Brett's Green Casa Maryland project?
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Fool for a Client

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Speaking of Bullshit (MST3KU 54)

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Everything is Proceeding

Everything is Proceeding

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Taking a Bite Out of Legal Schnauzer

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AYBABTU (MST3KU 53)

C.O.U.R.T.S. to Brett: All your base are belong to us.

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KU adds: You have no chance to survive make your time. Ha Ha Ha Ha …

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Aunt Harriett

This story has disappeared from the Gazette's website, and some people are having trouble finding it on The Wayback Machine. Here's a backup …

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Brett Loses Another One (MST3KU 52)

Brett loses yet another motion with no basis in either the facts or the law. His motion for a new trial in the state case against Walker, Hoge, McCain, and Akbar has been denied.

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Acme BSoD (MST3KU 50)

This fit so many situations …

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Remember Where You Read It

Oh, no! Mr. Bill!

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Some Musicians Have All the Luck (MST3KU 49)

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The Poetical Mr. Bill

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The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.

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Res Judicata

We can remember Team Kimberlin making fun of W. J. J. Hoge's use of res judicata during the hearing on Schmalfeldt's motion to amend the first peace order, but Hoge won. Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, and Hoge also used res judicata as one element of their defenses against Brett's racketeering suit, saying that their earlier win in state court settled certain issues.

Now Brett wants to try his hand at using it to prevent Dan Backer and DB Capitol Strategies from seeking attorneys' fee in the racketeering case, but …

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Separated at Birth?

Our first reaction was, "Could be," but, on reflection, Paul Reubens is clever and talented, so that suggests no connection.

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Collateral Estupid

Collateral Estupid

Note: The title was ripped of from Dr_Mike's comment on this subject at Hogewash.
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The Wisdom of the Socks

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Timing

So Brett let the deadline to oppose Hogie-Wan's motion to dismiss the Electric Boogaloo racketeering lawsuit go by without filing anything with the court. We're guessing that he's figured out that his complaint is a disaster and that he's busy trying to put together an amended complaint. Also, after the same judge just bench slapped him over having Hoge in the first racketeering suit, Brett may have figured out that letting Hoge go saves his claim of the court having diversity jurisdiction. (Brett and Hoge both live in Maryland; diversity requires that no plaintiff live in the same state as any of the defendants.)

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Or maybe Stacy McCain is right, and Brett is really The World's Worst Pro Se Litigant™.

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I'm Late for a Very Important Date (MST3KU 48)

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Has Mr. Bill Lost It?

Lost It

It's been suggested that the terrible consequences that Mr. Bill is threatening would be asking Hoge about Krendler's identity under oath. That's already been done. Brett tried it in his peace order case, and Hoge answered that he doesn't know who Krendler really is. We doubt that Hoge will change his testimony.

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Is Reality Setting In?

Is Reality Setting In

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Hitler Finds Out, Again ...

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Long Odds (MST3KU 47)

We're not sure that Ankle Biter Willie's talent can mature sufficiently to catch up with Schroeder's …

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Bunny Boy's Fantasy? (MST3KU 46)

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Real Life Imitates Art (MST3KU 45)

Mr. Bill is very much like Mr. Toad of "The Wind in the Willows," always moving quickly from one fancy to another and never sticking with anything. However, Mr. Bill is unlike Mr. Toad in one important sense—he's on the same side as the weasels.

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Oh, we can think of another difference. TinCasaMaryland is not so grand as Toad Hall.

We wonder when Mr. Bill will figure out that the only people noticing him any more are either laughing at him or gathering evidence?

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Toast

Mr. Bill has struggled mightily over the past few years to be relevant, a force to be reckoned with on the Interwebz. All that he has accomplished is to have shown himself to be a vulgar and mean-spirited buffoon to an every decreasing audience. His current Twitter profile tells the tale.

Grim Weeper

One follower, and that follower is a service to which he subscribes.

Not Bunny Boy. Not Ankle Biter Willie. Not even Brett.

We wonder who will give him a ride to his court date later this month?

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You Can't Always Get What You Want (MST3KU 44)

But sometimes, if you try real hard, you might get what you need …

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But given that he's created a perfect storm of trouble for himself, we doubt that Mr. Bill will get either.

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And Now For Something Completely Different (MST3KU 42)

One of the sections in "The Meaning of Life" deals with death and uses The Grim Reaper as a character in a sketch. Not everyone uses that character (or a parody of him) with the same comedic effectiveness …

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Mr. Bill in the Movies? (MST3KU 41)

Was Mr. Bill the original Augustus Gloop?

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The Search for "Evidence"

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Brett Sent Us a Video Selfie (MST3KU 40)

Earlier this evening, Brett sent a tweet with a video selfie to Aaron Worthing, W. J. J. Hoge, Stacy McCain, and us …

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Even This Would Be Better

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Bunny Boy's Secret Source? (MST3KU 39)

Is Bunny Boy's secret source 5'4", or is he 6'3-1/2" (not including his ears)?

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Or is Bunny Boy trying to be like Mr. Dowd—"Well, I've wrestled with reality for 35 years, Doctor, and I'm happy to state I finally won out over it."—but without such benign results.

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They're All Too Tall (MST3KU 38)

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