Saturday Night Update: Bill has been going on about a dentist, and has returned to threaten Paul Krendler in a most poetic way:
I would like to take this opportunity to ask those who have ever studied debate or linguistics: What is the benefit of the phrase “…and mark this well…” in a conversation? Unless Bill Schmalfeldt meant “Mock this well” which I think Krendler already has.
It seemed whenever Keith Olbermann worked himself into a lather these types of rhetorical tics would be common. Using “shall” or “good day sir.” Kind of Lord Voldemort mixed with the dudes at the Renaissance Faire.
I would suggest that perhaps Bill should refrain from whatever activities which wind him up so. I’d also suggest waiting to see how well he does in the cases he’s involved in right now. — Dave Alexander
The balance of this post is from David Edgren:
Bill Schmalfeldt sent an ad hominem attack Sarah Palmer’s way this morning via twitter.
“Sarah Palmer is paranoid.” That’s what he is saying, just not in so many words.
Not to defend Mr. Schmalfeldt, but I’m pretty sure he’s responding to this post on Billy Sez. Just my opinion, but I think fire is being played with here by both sides.
On the other hand, I believe we are one day closer to the dismissal of this lawsuit and Mr. Schmalfeldt’s claims. That is a good thing.