9 thoughts on “What do these things have in common?

  1. “All in an attempt to FOOL me.”

    I wonder if the Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt would care to elaborate as to which particular statute was violated in an alleged attempt to FOOL him.

    Seriously. I. Can’t. Even! 😂

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  2. He writes: “Hundreds of pages and images, beginning March 28, 2014, and ending March 9, 2015. And Hoge admits his part in it.”

    If I’m reading what he wrote correctly he just ended his conspiracy count in his federal lawsuit. Was that the honeypot Hoge was going for?

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  3. Call me goofy, but when was the butthurt originally felt from the discovery of this honeypot website in MARCH 2015, and were the shockwaves from the butthurt significant enough to be felt in the forum state of SOUTH CAROLINA?



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  4. I really wish Mr. Fakinsons would give up the charade and pick something tried and true like lower back pain to fake something instead of going from parkinsons stage MCMXLVIISGHWNJ and on deaths door to being fully mobile making multiple long distance driving trips solo and having a functional life (of course until the heat is on then suddenly it gets worse again). It gives an unrealistic expectation to families REALLY dealing with Parkinson’s that they can get better once they get worse which every reputable source says can’t happen.
    If he survives the countersuits once lolsuit 8 is dismissed, look for another miraculous recovery. Such is the mysterious disease of Fakinsons.

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