Friday, June 3, 2016

a Liver, a Happy Meal and a Horse walk into a bar...

click image to enlarge

One day a Liver, a Happy Meal and a Horse walk into a bar.

The Liver says, "Bartender, I'm suing the City of Hoboken so charge my drink to Hoboken taxpayers."
The Bartender says, "We only take cash."
The Liver walks out.

Next, the Happy Meal says, "Bartender, I'm suing the City of Hoboken and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, so charge my drink to Hoboken and  Federal taxpayers."
The Bartender says, "We only take cash."
The Happy Meal walks out.

Next, the Horse says,"Bartender, how many drinks can I buy with $4,223?"  
And the moral of the story...

STOP using our courts for your political battlefields! 

Get  your friggin' litigious fingers out of our pockets!

It is past time to make those who waste public and private money on personal political vendettas pay us back.  

Speaking of frivolous lawsuits, look what came in the mail today:


Wow!

NJ Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg is throwing a reception at Jersey City Municipal Court (where Beth Mason's ginned-up criminal complaint against a local blogger will conclude) on the SAME DAY as her evening fundraiser at Johnny Rockets!




Ever tried to eat a Johnny Rockets burger with handcuffs on?

Oh Jeez, look who ate the Liver!


Some people have no RESPECT.

And some people get none.

start at the bottom (of 4 pages) and read UP



If at first you don't succeed...

                                     start at the bottom (of 2 pages) and read UP

The third time's the charm?


I guess not!

Hey, have you heard the one about the Liver, the Happy Meal and the Horse that walked into a bar?

23 comments:

  1. Does Liebler realize that he has opened up Pandora's Box by filing his dumb lawsuit? I imagine that this is only the beginning. Between the SLAPP emails, emails between Carmelo and others that will have to be produced in discovery and his social media mess, the guy will likely be thoroughly trashed, and I am not referring to his liver. Does he realize that he has pulled a Bajardi? Another observation - nobody seems to like the guy or have a very high opinion of his talents, which is not a great prognosticator for future success in business endeavors. Why is he contributing to his own demise by pursuing this suit? I wonder who talked him into being a plaintiff? Perry Belfiore seems to have better sense and skipped this fiasco. It would be interesting to know who is actually behind the lawsuit and is paying the legal fees and costs. Liebler should be asking himself why anyone talked him into this mess, getting him to believe that the claim was a winner and that there would be no collateral damage.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You can say that again. Belfiore dodged a bullet, he's no dope.

      Delete
    2. idiom "pulling a Bajardi" = shoving dynamite up your ass then lighting the fuse.

      Delete
  2. I
    can't
    stop
    laughing.....

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Neither could I. GA, this is a classic - the invitation to Horsey's trial is one of you best graphics ever. But the emails LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!!!!!

      Delete
  3. this post is a GA classic, full stop. OMG, leibler sounds like such a crybaby nitwit (IMHO!). my new favorite catchphrase is "i sold coedmagazine.com"!!! he actually said that proudly, as a boast, LOL!

    also love how, when talking about 411, bajerkoff says "WE have also become woefully inadequate in covering the BoE..." Not "you" have also become, but "we".

    ReplyDelete
  4. Nice chunk of change from Lane Bajardi and Kim Cardinal, but that's a fraction of what they owe that creditor, right? And Lane is paying 25% of his after-tax income to another creditor, right? And one of the creditor's has a lien on their condo, right?

    Just checking!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sargeant Joe FridayJune 3, 2016 at 4:28 PM

      Crime doesn't pay.

      Delete
  5. I can't believe Liebler took all that shit from an idiot like Klaussen. Klaussen doesnt know how to grow a business, he knows how to wreck one. He should put his Ghost-town411 and its 3 readers out of our misery.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. My take is they are two sad desperate dogs fighting over a moldy old bone.

      Delete
    2. my take is they should get a room.

      Delete
  6. How can Liebler act like a wheeler dealer in Hoboken and not know who Leah Healy is? Baffling.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Lane tells Perry Klaussen "we have also become woefully inadequate in..."

    Wait, didn't Lane testify that he's not a blogger, never has ghostwritten for Hoboken411 and that he is just a civic affairs participant?

    Lane wouldn't be a certified liar under oath would he? Because people would be shocked if that was true.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Great point. By Bajardi's own definition, the term "blogger" is limited to blog site owners. The example of Lane Bajardi using proprietary language about Hoboken411 is one of many in the 50,000+ emails, and how many times did Lane Bajardi allege he was "defamed" by being called a blogger? In fact, there is a reasonable basis to believe Lane Bajardi's commenting activities on Hoboken411 extended into 2012 and beyond, at least under one admitted screen name. If I know GA she's cataloged those screen shots and Web pages.

      Delete
    2. These emails from Mr Bajardi paint the picture of someone running the operations at 411. "we have also become woefully inadequate in..."

      In my humble opinion, If his sworn deposition testimony were to contradict that I imagine he may find himself in a very bad position if a SLAPP back were pursued or if any sort of perjury charge could be brought. I am no legal expert so that is my opinion based on Mr Bajardi's own emails

      Delete
    3. I agree, Anon 12:25. Now imagine this: what if exculpatory evidence has been tampered with? By tampered with, I mean altered or deleted? Proof of guilt and punishable and may bring in new defendants on a slapp back. That's my opinion.

      Delete
    4. It's not the crime, it's the cover up.

      Delete
  8. I love how this little band of nerds, agoraphobes, misanthropes, fantastically incompetent political hacks convinced themselves they were too cool for people like Liebler.

    If there's a planet where Sara, Kim, Perry, Lane and Ines are considered cool, I bet it's against the law not to iron your Levi's there.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Exactly. The Jean shorts gang really has no place mocking Liebler, "unique" as he may be

      Delete
  9. wonder if any benefactors are reimbursing the toxic twins for those monthly wage garnishments? if not, it must REALLY suck to be a toxic twin. boy oh boy, talk about being duped into losing your income (and dignity).

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Income? That's not where the money is. In due time. "Benefactors"? Who knows. Defendants are going to find out whose assets were used to pay for the slapp. Wait and see.

      Delete
    2. anon@7:00, i would LOVE to see that next phase of the SLAPP case move forward. defendants have been through a lot, they deserve to get all they can out of the toxic twins and their "benefactors".

      Delete
    3. Not only that, 10:36. The lawyers that suborned perjury, lied in open court and failed to do their due diligence on the "Hoboken couple" are on the hook, ALL of them.

      Delete