…as I was thoroughly examined by a proctologist in 2007.” Context?
Gosh, this question sure does seem to have Our Oaf’s attention.
I think that there’s a good chance, since Bill Schmalfeldt seems to agree wholeheartly that his mental and emotional status is a issue in his federal litigation, that one or more parties might very well move the court to require him to undergo a psychological evaluation. This, of course, is rank speculation posited on the extremely slim chance that the case will survive motions to dismiss and various other early challenges.
But as a public service, this blog, being always ready to help, will offer up an entire post to Bill Schmalfeldt to do what I, half in jest, did yesterday. We invite him to go online and complete the “Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale.” A handy link is here:
As he completes the test, he would take the same screenies that I took showing his answers and the results of the test. He can add whatever textual explanation he wants so long as it conforms with Dave’s rules. We will post what he sends us “as-is,” without editorial comment. He would then be free to interact (politely) with those who would comment on what he posts.
So, given his certainty, what does he have to lose1? Just sayin’.
1 And you thought I’d let you get away without throwing in a footnote…
Anyway, yes, we are perfectly aware that Bill Schmalfeldt might manipulate his responses to achieve a desired score on the test. In fact, we assume that this probably will be the case. Whatever. We just want to make sure that he has had every opportunity to put his side of the story out here, however he would see fit to present it.
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