Monthly Archives: April 2016

Get Off My Ass, Bill


UPDATE from Dave Alexander below.

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I have a lot of stuff to post, but the Internet has been slow as molasses all day here.  The kind of day when a badly photoshopped image of my head from before my cataract surgery last December- with a surgical cap on and all- has probably spent a lot more time on my browser than it would have otherwise.

I’m not a handsome guy any more.  The years have taken their toll.  My wife tells me that in my good moments I look like a wise old Norwegian ship captain,

Heh!

that’s Captain Olaf to you, sailor...

but I think she’s just trying to make me feel good.

Anyway, long posts illustrated with lots of fun stuff are beyond me today, so I need to fall back to Plan B.

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See you all around tomorrow.  You too, Bill.  I have a few things for you.



Update from the Editor-in-Chief: Right after John Hoge filed a lawsuit against some internet typists about their pecking about John, I published a list of suggestions for those interested in writing about John.

They are here, and they also cover the likelihood that someone is writing about Dave Alexander and David Edgren.  They include the helpful advice that getting factual information about news events from a perjurer might be a mistake.  Scratch out John’s name, and add David Edgren and Dave Alexander, and it’s all good advice.

My Face Has Been Added to a Religious Painting Why?


I have no earthly idea.

According to John Hoge, this was posted on Twitter:

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The two faces are myself (Dave Alexander) and David Edgren, the attorney who so clearly kicked Bill Schmalfeldt’s ass in court.  He writes commentary here and is my co-blogger.

I wondered if there was any logical reason that Bill would say we’re beating a dead horse.  I checked over our blog posts, but find a variety of subjects: Free speech, culture war and even cartoons.  I wandered to Bill’s web site but saw only this:

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If you have some time look to the right side of this blog post, click on April 2016 archives and you’ll see a great mix of topics. Bill’s writings are more repetitive.

One thing I always like if a free flow of information.  This is the only web sites covering the legal and emotional failures of Brett Kimberlin and Bill Schmalfeldt which welcomes comments by all.  Families are off limits, but Bill is always welcome to comment.  He has said in comments here that he does not mind truthful things written about him.

Are untruthful things being said about me elsewhere?  Beats me.  Can’t see it.  Not interested in looking really.


And many thanks to John Hoge for continuing to guide people here.  The list of folks who have thrown me a link is here:

 

Anti-Trump Activists Wave Mexican Flag, Damage 5 Police Cars in Peaceful Show of Opposition


In an effort to prove that immigrants are not rapists and murdering thugs,

DJATHINK

Dyah think?

Los Angelenos vandalize police vehicles.  

LA Times:

Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Donald Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candidate. – snip –

I’m protesting because I want equal rights for everybody, and I want peaceful protest,” said 19-year-old Daniel Lujan, one of hundreds in a crowd that appeared to be mostly Latinos in their late teens and 20s.

“I knew this was going to happen,” Lujan added. “It was going to be a riot. He deserves what he gets.”  [Same guy from previous paragraph. – Dave]

Video footage showed some anti-Trump demonstrators hurling debris at a passing pickup truck. One group of protesters carried benches and blocked the entrance to the 55 Freeway along Newport Boulevard, with some tossing rocks at motorists near the on-ramp.

– snip –

To Arianna Perez, 19, the flaring of tempers over Trump were a necessary reaction to the inflammatory rhetoric of his campaign.

“We could be peaceful and do things different,” she said, “but if we did, we wouldn’t get our voice heard.”


 

 

 

Will Ferrell to Play Ronald Reagan


UPDATE: Ferrell will not make the film.  Too bad.  I had a script ready for a musical version of the Kennedy assassination.

From Heatstreet:

The plot of the film, set between 1984 and 1989, is about an intern seeking to convince President Reagan, who is depicted as suffering from Alzheimer’s during the latter years of his time in the White House , that he is actually an actor playing the President.

Bottom of the barrel.

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The article quotes a friend of the Reagans pointing out that he started to show signs of dementia in 1992, and was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 1994.  Well after he left office.

Bastards.

When You Ignore…


Bill Schmalfeldt has been advised to stay away from certain blogs.  One blog insists on reviewing his online writings, and locating copyright issues.  Another baits him, catches him and fillets him.  A third notices every time he stops by, then mentions it to the readers.

One of the biggest problems is he sometimes gets things totally backward:

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The quote underneath the Tweet is from Paul Kendler’s fine yet tough blog “Thinking Man’s Zombie.”  Apparently Bill saw that on his computer recently.

Now, I don’t think Paul has any pictures of any women at a cub scout jamboree, hardcore or not.  I do know that Bill has interpreted the comment exactly the wrong way.

This is not what you see if you ignore PGPK (Bill’s name for Krendler.)

This is what you see when you don’t ignore Krendler.  To see this image, he had to go to a specific web sight.  

Please, if Paul Krendler, Dave Alexander, John Hoge or Sarah Palmer’s writing upsets you, please ignore them.

This is what I see when I ignore them all, and just relax:

Carolina pines.  Feet up.  Beer in my hand.  Birds chirping.

OK. This is a screensaver picture, and I usually have to look over at the neighbor’s house, but still.  Relaxing outside away from computers is something we all can do.  Refill the bird feeder.  Bring a slingshot and marbles if the squirrels come back.  Nasty vermin.