Of course, I have not said WHO Krendler is. That would be ratting out. Bill has been begging, but I have not given him anything. You know this because Bill keeps rambling on. Plus, fun.
Dave, Dave, Dave.
This is not a threat. This is advice.
It is not a good idea for a professional broadcaster to allow his blog to be used by retarded fuckwits to make untrue, unsubstantiated and definitely defamatory claims about people.
A GOOD moderator would know better than to place his livelihood at risk for people that don’t care about him.
Stay in touch.
This of course was not the only interesting piece of mail I’ve received today. For a Saturday, it has been busy around here. I will prove a community service by allowing Bill to communicate here and for others to respond. Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act seems to give bloggers no responsibility for the comments of others. I will suggest that no one accuse others of things which cannot be proven.
I should also mention that this blog had perhaps ten posts and zero readers when Bill first threatened me. If I feel like someone is threatening me, I’m not likely to run scared.
On that subject, I have recently come to the conclusion that Bill’s identification of Mr. Grady as Paul Krendler is way off the mark. As Krendler has been accused of certain defined torts, and those accusations were recklessly aimed at Grady, it seems Mr. Schmalfeldt has put himself at risk. Being Krendler isn’t illegal per se, but randomly picking folks out of a pool of candidates, calling them Krendler and suing them seems dangerous in itself.
As far as letting “retarded fuckwits” to use the website, maybe Bill should find more professional vocabulary to use around a special education teacher. Many “retarded” students are pleasant, caring and able to sustain quality relationships.