Oops…


sayin' oops

Yeah, OK.  I have to admit it.  I said The Oaf should be a no-show at John Hoge’s Maryland trial before Judge Hecker today.  And he didn’t show.  Wow.  We get results, I guess.

But in my haste to provide a gratuitous recommendation1 yesterday, I, err… forgot to add something. Forgot… yep, that’s the ticket. Something that, in the light of 20-20 hindsight, was really important. Really, really important, and especially now in light of Our Oaf not showing.

batman slap but but but

I should have added, but didn’t, that Bill would have been wise to shell out the grand or so that it would have cost to have a lawyer enter an appearance at trial this morning and put the Absent Adversary’s objection to the proceedings in the record.  But, as I said, I, err, um… forgot.

So he wasn’t there and, being Our Oaf, couldn’t restrain himself from frothing at the keyboard about the situation [safe link here].

Honore stuck on stupid

Well, he promised us an ADA lawsuit.  And I have to give him props for getting it filed, yessiree, right away in Twitter Court this morning.  So we’ll see.

And what is going to happen in Maryland?  Well, I imagine it going down something like this.

no-neck man

We can dream big dreams, can’t we?

David Edgren


1 Note that I said “a gratuitous recommendation,” not “gratuitous legal advice.” And it wasn’t a recommendation to The Oaf, either. It was commentary in the form of parody. I had no expectation that Bill Schmalfeldt would read what I said much less act on it.

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5 Responses to Oops…

  1. onwyrdsdream says:

    I have it on good authority that judges love it when you ignore all the rules associated with the court, black letter law and precitent in order to go it your own place way, while threatening to sue them for violations of rules and laws, that in the particular implementation imagined, do not exist.

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    • gmhowell says:

      They DO appreciate outside the box thinking by uneducated, misinformed laymen. These sort of insightful filings help them keep the judiciary in line with the desires of the electorate.

      On Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 3:42 PM, The Artisan Craft Blog — Dave Alexander & Company with David Edgren and Gus Bailey wrote:

      > onwyrdsdream commented: “I have it on good authority that judges love it > when you ignore all the rules associated with the court, black letter law > and precitent in order to go it your own place way, while threatening to > sue them for violations of rules and laws, that in the parti” >

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  2. Toastrider says:

    Not only does he not show, he tries to have his Bestest Buddy Brett Kimberlin read a statement into the record.

    Man, I’m not even CLOSE to being a lawyer and I know that dog won’t hunt.

    Mr. Edgren is probably suffering from lulz-inflicted strains at this point. Mr. Nettles is probably just sitting there at the plaintiff’s table, thinking ‘Yup. I’m gonna be telling this story for the next ten years. Not gonna have to buy a single drink.’

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