Thursday, May 7, 2015

Something About Irene

This loony diatribe on the 'academic blog' of a Texas professor  is the rebuttal to BoE Trustee Irene Sobolov's letter to the HR

What is it about Irene Sobolov that drives the Dark Side nuts?

It is amusing- unless you are Irene.  Then, it's not so funny.  In fact, if you become fodder for an angry, obsessed miscreant who takes shots at you from Texas on his nutty pseudo-academic Hoboken-centric attack blog,  you may not be so tickled.

Or if you have obsessed miscreants photographing your home and following you from meetings...  well, that's not exactly a hoot and a holler.

The following Affidavit was attached to Exhibit B of my Cross Motion to Compel or Dismiss Complaint for Plaintiffs' Failure to Produce Discovery filed on February 20, 2014.

SOBOLOV AFFIDAVIT


EXHIBITS


For the record, the Sobolov Affidavit was disputed at the September 12, 2014 deposition of Plaintiff Kim Cardinal Bajardi, as follows.




Folks, I don't know what it is about Irene Sobolov, but perhaps it is time for her to consider an Order of Protection. 

15 comments:

  1. Minutillo (the lunatic fringe's favorite target) retired. They had to land somewhere.

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  2. Its really not funny. One of these freaks could pop off at any moment. This behavior is not close to normal.

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  3. Kim Cardinal's explanation makes no sense. To a rational person.

    Cardinal decided not to have dinner with her family because they were "too far away" so she went uptown to Ramos' headquarters instead? That's even further away. Yeah, everyone hangs out with Ruben instead of eating dinner with their family. Right. She likes to walk around... in the dark... at dinnertime... behind Irene Sobolov.

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  4. Disturbing behavior. And all of these emails show just how disturbing some people are all the time.

    And yet, they mock others.....

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  5. This is the type of stalking is commonly the behavior of a person with mental issues. Wandering, stalking, incoherent answers, lying, etc. I'm not trying to be funny, this behavior often reflects illness.

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  6. Geez... Irene walked 2 blocks north to Minutillo' to shake her stalker. when her stalker passed by, Irene turned south to walk home... So creepy. What an unpleasant experience. Irene should have filed a harrassment complaint.

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  7. Wasn't the Ramos HQ on 8th & Washington? So why did she walk along Bloomfield up to 9th?

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    1. Because she was stalking Irene.

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  8. The question isn't "WHY" was she following Irene, but "HOW?" One would guess that Kim's MORBID OBESITY would prevent her from getting around so comfortably.
    Only an obsessed nut job would exert herself and risk a heart attack running around town following innocent mom, Irene.

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  9. Between Beth, Ricky, Sara, Ines, Lane and Kim, that crew has every mental health problem in the Journal of the American Psychological Association. And they reproduced.

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  10. Who does this describe to a T??

    DSM-5 criteria for narcissistic personality disorder include these features:

    -Having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
    -Expecting to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it
    -Exaggerating your achievements and talents
    -Being preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate
    -Believing that you are superior and can only be understood by or associate with equally special people
    -Requiring constant admiration
    -Having a sense of entitlement
    -Expecting special favors and unquestioning compliance with your expectations
    -Taking advantage of others to get what you want
    -Having an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others
    -Being envious of others and believing others envy you
    -Behaving in an arrogant or haughty manner

    Although some features of narcissistic personality disorder may seem like having confidence, it's not the same. Narcissistic personality disorder crosses the border of healthy confidence into thinking so highly of yourself that you put yourself on a pedestal and value yourself more than you value others.

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    1. bingo! sounds exactly like most of team mason.

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    2. I hope it describes the future Mrs Zeke. I am smitten. Something about the way she never takes that winter coat off. One day soon I hope it will just be the two of us sauntering down the beach. Her in her winter coat, me in my custom rodent-tailored Patagonia board shorts. We'll talk about people we want to sue, people she hates, people she hopes to hate in the future, how she believes all the employees at Wawa are government spies. People will see us and know we're perfect together, the crazy lady in the winter coat and her long-tailed escort.

      I hear you questioning how I will gnaw her away from her current paramour. I already planned it out. I'll just happen to be in the neighborhood one lonely night while he's reading to the cabbies...

      Once you go rat, you don't go back, baby!

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    3. In my nonactionable and nondefamatory opinion the above DSM-5 criteria for diagnosing NPD sound like Lane and Kim which means neither are handling the dismissal of their case well at all.

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    4. That definition must have a picture of Beth Mason next to it in the DSM

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