Thursday, September 4, 2014
Bill Enters His Own Legal Wilderness
Windsor doesn't seem to understand the meaning of words. Nor does he seem to be able to understand the meaning of judicial orders, or at least pretends to not know. As we recall, in the California facebook case, the Judge said he had 10 days to obtain leave or the case will be dismissed. Bill decided to apply his selective hearing and pretend that the order was to apply for leave in 10 days. In his letter to the federal judge, asking to obtain leave, he says he is been ordered to seek leave....nice little play on words but no you were ordered to obtain aka get leave. I'm sure Bill will adopt his old "I'm just a poor homeless pro-se litigant, how can I be expected to understand that" defense.
Another example of how Bill doesn't understand the meaning of words is in his continual description of Thrash's order as an alleged order. No Bill, its not alleged, its real, in fact you attached it in this filing. You may disagree with it, but its not alleged and you know that.
You can tell Bill is lost in his own wilderness as he can't even keep his train of thought for more than one sentence. In this letter, he is asking the Judge to grant him leave but then says his argument is that the Judge doesn't have jurisdiction to grant said leave. Its always a good idea to tell the judge that you are asking for a ruling from that he doesn't have the ability to give you that ruling anyway.