From Bill’s blog:
This follows a familiar pattern of Schmalfeldtian Communication:
- A vague threat of additional action which is so terrible that even Bill hesitates to use it. It shocks even Bill that an option so terrific, yet horrible is available
- New demands. Here are his terms. No more frizbees in the yard. No more mean things sent to him in private. No more private information (like home addresses? like allegations of child abuse?) on blogs.
- Weird – nearly sexual metaphors. Make the royal jelly? One arrow in the quiver? Wash the keyboard afterwards. Don’t forget the mouse.
- Irony. Bill demands that no one contact him by Twitter or other means he “did not go out looking for…” Odd statement from a guy who couldn’t stop Tweeting to John Hoge even after a court told him to stop. Oh, and Bill recently emailed me to ask for my real life home address. But he demands no contact.
I don’t ever create those funny cartoon with Hitler in the bunker, but if I did Hitler would be demanding that the Allied forces stay out of Berlin…or there would be unleashed a furious fury such has not been unleashed for fear of it’s mighty fury!
And then he look down and tell his generals: Everybody who has heard this before, leave now.
Bill Schmalfeldt is an internet author, attempted comedian and frequent blog creator. The only reason he is not more famous is that he has failed to gather an audience for his material. He is being sued for breaking an agreement with John Hoge regarding copyright. He has filed lawsuits to shut people up. His off the chart bullying is newsworthy. Commentary on his actions, that’s protected opinion. Reviews of his writing, and republishing of his rants is fair use.
In the case of this blog post, we are forced to reproduce all he has written for two reasons.
First, my commentary could not be fair without the entire text of the Schmalfeldt post. I don’t usually reproduce all that he said.
Second, his personal blog changes locations faster than the casual reader can keep up with. His only reliable source of readership is on the blogs which follow him — and document the silliness.
That will not stop. Whatever arrow is in the quiver, nobody is quivering.