After his unsuccessful doxing of me, since I was already an open book, and a Swing and a Miss at Paul Krendler, it would seem that Bill Schmalfeldt has turned his attentions to a poor dentist in Pennsylvania. Since the dentist in question hasn’t done anything more horrible than say things about Bill Schmalfeldt of course Schmalfeldt has to take it to the next level, because…
The problem is, no one is messing with his stuff. No one is saying anything to him. No one is calling him, or threatening to call him. No one is twitter bombing him. No one is doing anything to him, yet he is the victim. Because people keep writing things about him. About his actions. About his behavior.
So what is his next step?
This would be a bad idea. Unless Bill has an actual complaint about his dentistry, or some other ethical violation that he has commuted that isn’t “He said bad things about me on the internet” They won’t care. Bill doesn’t have a lawsuit against the dentist and he doesn’t have a legal judgement against him. They’ll sit in the back room of their secret associational meetinghouse and smoke fat cigars and make fun of him. But that’s not surprising, every other time he’s contacted a professional organization, they’ve done the same thing. Oh the cigars in the back rooms that must have been smoked.
But lets say THIS time is different. This is THE time that the association is going to charge in and demand an accounting. The best way to discredit Bill… you know the rest. Bill’s complaint, which would probably be all “Poor Me” would be laughable. Then they’d take the dentist back to the back room for a cigar.
Of course, Bill would have this to say.
And had Bill taken this piece of advice four years ago, he wouldn’t be in his mess.