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Agreed. May Orly have to pay for every hour of their time she has wasted. [-X

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Good one Mike. I personally thinking 800 Cherokee Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30315-1470

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Um Major Babs Sir Ma'am? I think you missed on your line of code there.

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Good one Mike. I personally thinking 800 Cherokee Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30315-1470

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Um Major Babs Sir Ma'am? I think you missed on your line of code there.


Fixed it. The "Sekit" was suppose to be inside the "Hidden" box. Somehow I messed up one of the ]. I wanted to make it extra challenging for Orly's FMs to figure it out. That's what I get for trying to outsmart those idiots. :( :(

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So when can we expect the motion to declare Orly a vex lit?


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Fixed it. The "Sekit" was suppose to be inside the "Hidden" box. Somehow I messed up one of the ]. I wanted to make it extra challenging for Orly's FMs to figure it out. That's what I get for trying to outsmart those idiots. :( :(

You had it right the first time. You wouldn't expect them to think outside the box.


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So when can we expect the motion to declare Orly a vex lit?

IANALBIAPETPOOTV, but I think it is important to remember two things.

  1. Jill Nagamine and her associates actually have full time jobs not related to anti-birfing. I am certain they will get it done, but there are certainly real cases that involve the Hawai'i DoH that are much higher priority than this.
  2. Orly doesn't have any outstanding cases in Hawai'i at the moment. Right now she's obsessed with filing with Fulton Superior Court to get her letters rogatory. Until she has something new to return to Hawai'i with, Ms. Nagamine may have a bit of time to prepare something that will withstand scrutiny on appeal. I know Orly nevah disappoints, but her current road to nowhere helps the state of Hawai'i. Just guessing but I think if it looks like she will attempt another case or even just the possibility of a "new" motion on her dead one, we'll see the vex lit order sooner rather than later.

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Fixed it. The "Sekit" was suppose to be inside the "Hidden" box. Somehow I messed up one of the ]. I wanted to make it extra challenging for Orly's FMs to figure it out. That's what I get for trying to outsmart those idiots. :( :(

You had it right the first time. You wouldn't expect them to think outside the box.


You're right! I forgot my own golden rule -- even when I'm wrong, I'm right.

Nah, I can't say that, then I'd be just like Orly and I can't have that. But I do so love your take on it. =)) =)) =)) I just wish I had thought of that comeback. :( :(

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It's a good thing the attorneys (and frankly, any of us who contribute original content) on The Fogbow don't take that attitude towards their work product and their postings here.


I iz lazy. I have around 6800 posts. How about ya go grammar check those for me? ;;) Hell, start with this post. If you're feeling lazy, you could start with my post containing professional "original content"; posts regarding batshittery and mental illness and such.

I would hate to not meat your expectations! :taunt:


That's okay. I don't scrutinize anyone's grammar unless I am getting paid for it or he came from my womb (I use "he" because I have only boys). People were asking about a grammatical issue, so I offered my expert opinion. Grammar is about the only thing I am truly qualified to opine about around here; the other might be Scrabble.


Catme, that was intended for Somerset, not for you! Somerset was being quiet rude. I replied with snark. But no snark for you! :lol: :-*

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I iz lazy. I have haz around 6800 posts. How about ya go grammar check those for me? ;;) Hell, start with this post. If you're feeling lazy, you could start with my post containing professional "original content"; posts regarding batshittery and mental illness and such.

I would hate to not meat your expectations! :taunt:


FIFY

And you already meeted my expectations, Ms Shrinky-Lady ;)


:lol: :-*

You're forgiven... :rimshot:

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That's okay. I don't scrutinize anyone's grammar unless I am getting paid for it or he came from my womb (I use "he" because I have only boys). People were asking about a grammatical issue, so I offered my expert opinion. Grammar is about the only thing I am truly qualified to opine about around here; the other might be Scrabble.


Catme, that was intended for Somerset, not for you! Somerset was being quiet rude. I replied with snark. But no snark for you! :lol: :-*


My apologies. I was born with a defective snark detector. I did pick up on Somerset being rude to me and really couldn't figure out why. Most of my friends are editors, and we all feel paranoid that if we make any mistake in an e-mail, it counts double. We also realized we were spending far too long on e-mails to one another, so we agreed that grammar in e-mails did not count. Obviously most of us have decent grammatical habits by nature, but the agreement obviates the need to worry about the appropriateness of every comma or need for past perfect.

I have to say that the writing on Fogbow is fantastic, and I wonder if all of you secretly moonlight as editors. :-bd

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CatMe wrote:

I have to say that the writing on Fogbow is fantastic, and I wonder if all of you secretly moonlight as editors. :-bd


No, we is just natural good at it. :D

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Am I the only one worried because Nagamine hasn't filed her Show Cause yet, for sanctions and vexlit? Maybe she isn't going to? IANAL, so I don't know why something that seemed to be top priority at one point for her, is now stalled. :-?


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Am I the only one worried because Nagamine hasn't filed her Show Cause yet, for sanctions and vexlit? Maybe she isn't going to? IANAL, so I don't know why something that seemed to be top priority at one point for her, is now stalled. :-?



I think its safe to say that Nagamine is waiting for Orly's next rope to hang herself with. As stated in the previous cases, Nagamine wants to end this but the witc keeps on FILING crap, so that postpones what SHE can do.

Only recently (well, 2 days prior to Malihi's decision) she sent Hawaii paper work for the Original COLb inspection saying that Malihi granted her that opporunity (and of course rendered moot when Malihi said "no, no inspection for you!" on her fake subpoenas). That kinda reset the clock on what Nagamine can do.

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Am I the only one worried because Nagamine hasn't filed her Show Cause yet, for sanctions and vexlit? Maybe she isn't going to? IANAL, so I don't know why something that seemed to be top priority at one point for her, is now stalled. :-?


Remember that the Attorney General's Office has many priorities. The lawyers there all have multiple clients, multiple assignments, multiple cases, and multiple deadlines. Yes, Hawaii does want to make sure that Orly doesn't continue to bother them. That's not reasonably going to translate into "stopping Orly is a #1 priority". Frankly, she's not that important.

I'm absolutely confident that the matter has not been forgotten. We just need some calm and patience.

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Am I the only one worried because Nagamine hasn't filed her Show Cause yet, for sanctions and vexlit? Maybe she isn't going to? IANAL, so I don't know why something that seemed to be top priority at one point for her, is now stalled. :-?


Remember that the Attorney General's Office has many priorities. The lawyers there all have multiple clients, multiple assignments, multiple cases, and multiple deadlines. Yes, Hawaii does want to make sure that Orly doesn't continue to bother them. That's not reasonably going to translate into "stopping Orly is a #1 priority". Frankly, she's not that important.

I'm absolutely confident that the matter has not been forgotten. We just need some calm and patience.


I guess I am wanting the CA Bar to know about it ASAP because of what she has done by directing her FMs to file complaints under HAVA. To trivialize something intended to insure that even the most helpless among us can vote without prejudicial deterrents, by misappropriating it to file her nonsense is beyond the pale for me. Right now, my greatest wish is to see her STOPPED and the only way to do that I think is for the CA Bar to receive more reports of sanctions against her. Maybe I am wrong, but other than through the CA Bar, I see no way to get her done ... she seems to have limitless money despite all the begging, and such a sick, desperate need not just for attention but for the center stage all alone. The only way to stop her is to see her disciplined by the Bar. (IMO)


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Am I the only one worried because Nagamine hasn't filed her Show Cause yet, for sanctions and vexlit? Maybe she isn't going to? IANAL, so I don't know why something that seemed to be top priority at one point for her, is now stalled. :-?


Remember that the Attorney General's Office has many priorities. The lawyers there all have multiple clients, multiple assignments, multiple cases, and multiple deadlines. Yes, Hawaii does want to make sure that Orly doesn't continue to bother them. That's not reasonably going to translate into "stopping Orly is a #1 priority". Frankly, she's not that important.

I'm absolutely confident that the matter has not been forgotten. We just need some calm and patience.


I guess I am wanting the CA Bar to know about it ASAP because of what she has done by directing her FMs to file complaints under HAVA. To trivialize something intended to insure that even the most helpless among us can vote without prejudicial deterrents, by misappropriating it to file her nonsense is beyond the pale for me. Right now, my greatest wish is to see her STOPPED and the only way to do that I think is for the CA Bar to receive more reports of sanctions against her. Maybe I am wrong, but other than through the CA Bar, I see no way to get her done ... she seems to have limitless money despite all the begging, and such a sick, desperate need not just for attention but for the center stage all alone. The only way to stop her is to see her disciplined by the Bar. (IMO)


Might I add Orly's not the only threat to voting rights in the US. Meroni, Gingrich, Santorum, Hatfield, and an ugly cast of would-be chad haters come to mind.

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I guess I am wanting the CA Bar to know about it ASAP because of what she has done by directing her FMs to file complaints under HAVA. To trivialize something intended to insure that even the most helpless among us can vote without prejudicial deterrents, by misappropriating it to file her nonsense is beyond the pale for me. Right now, my greatest wish is to see her STOPPED and the only way to do that I think is for the CA Bar to receive more reports of sanctions against her. Maybe I am wrong, but other than through the CA Bar, I see no way to get her done ... she seems to have limitless money despite all the begging, and such a sick, desperate need not just for attention but for the center stage all alone. The only way to stop her is to see her disciplined by the Bar. (IMO)


I hear you! I want to see her stopped, too. The problem is, she doesn't have to be a lawyer to encourage her FM to file complaints under HAVA or any of the other horrid things she asks them to do. To us normal, sane-like people, it might seem odd to think that they'd still follow the directives of disbarred lawyer, but most likely, she'll present the situation as further proof that Obama knows what a threat she is, that he has now gotten the CA Bar to try and silence her, but she's still going to be out there doing everything she can to get the usurper out of office, and the damned idiots who've bought every other piece of crap she's floated down the internet will buy that piece of crap just like they have the rest - and they'll be even more motivated to help out their poor, martyred Lady Liberty, who has now been forced to sacrifice her career as an attorney because of "corrupt Obama regime."

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There is a new docket entry. It looks like the order denying the motion from Orly's Jan. 6th hearing.

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Case Title: DR ORLY TAITZ ESQ VS LORETTA FUDDY ETAL
Date of Filing: 02-09-2012 Time of Filing: 1007
Doc. Name: ORDER DENYING PLTF'S AMENDED EMERGENCY MOTION FOR REHEARING MOTION TO STAY FINAL ORDER PENDING REHEARING MOTION FILED 12/6/11
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There is a new docket entry. It looks like the order denying the motion from Orly's Jan. 6th hearing.

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Case Title: DR ORLY TAITZ ESQ VS LORETTA FUDDY ETAL
Date of Filing: 02-09-2012 Time of Filing: 1007
Doc. Name: ORDER DENYING PLTF'S AMENDED EMERGENCY MOTION FOR REHEARING MOTION TO STAY FINAL ORDER PENDING REHEARING MOTION FILED 12/6/11
Filing Party Name: RIAN, HEIDI M


I wonder, could this have been an open matter delaying the vex lit motion?

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There is a new docket entry. It looks like the order denying the motion from Orly's Jan. 6th hearing.

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Case Title: DR ORLY TAITZ ESQ VS LORETTA FUDDY ETAL
Date of Filing: 02-09-2012 Time of Filing: 1007
Doc. Name: ORDER DENYING PLTF'S AMENDED EMERGENCY MOTION FOR REHEARING MOTION TO STAY FINAL ORDER PENDING REHEARING MOTION FILED 12/6/11
Filing Party Name: RIAN, HEIDI M


I wonder, could this have been an open matter delaying the vex lit motion?


I think Orly needs to file an "EMERGENCY MOTION FOR STAY OF DENIAL OF AMENDED EMERGENCY MOTION FOR REHEARING MOTION TO STAY FINAL ORDER PENDING REHEARING MOTION".

But I am not a lawyer.

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I don't know, but a two-plus month response time to the ORDER DENYING PLTF'S AMENDED EMERGENCY MOTION FOR REHEARING MOTION TO STAY FINAL ORDER PENDING REHEARING MOTION FILED 12/6/11 seems way too quick.


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I wonder, could this have been an open matter delaying the vex lit motion?

That was weeks ago, so where are we (Hawaii A.G.'s office) in filing the vex lit motion? Any updates?

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That was weeks ago, so where are we (Hawaii A.G.'s office) in filing the vex lit motion? Any updates?

I suspect the AG's office believes the threat of vet-lit status has sufficiently deterred further action.

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I suspect the AG's office believes the threat of vet-lit status has sufficiently deterred further action.

That's certainly one possibility.

For a while, I wondered if Ms. Nagamine was waiting for the smoke to clear in Georgia because, thoughout that carnival, there were various antics going on linking (in Orly's mind) the Malihi Massacre to Orly's putrified case in Hawaii. (There were bogus subpoenas, threats, non-existent commissions and letters rogatory, blah, blah, blah.)

It seemed logical to me that a final adjudication in Georgia would pull the rug out from under all of Orly's frivolous claims and motions predicated on anything having to do with Georgia. Judge Wright of the Fulton County Superior Court entered a final order disposing of Farrar et al on March 2, very shortly after she denied Orly's PHV application to that court (followed, of course, by Farrar's & Judy's ridiculous Motion to Reconsider).

So if part of Nagamine's strategy was to wait for the shit to stop flying in Georgia, it's been barely a month since then. Also too, Orly's still banging on the door of the Georgia Supreme Court. Who knows?

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That was weeks ago, so where are we (Hawaii A.G.'s office) in filing the vex lit motion? Any updates?

I suspect the AG's office believes the threat of vet-lit status has sufficiently deterred further action.


There appears to be considerable evidence that the threat has been an effective deterrent. Orly hasn't filed anything since January, including an appeal. Instead, she has been claiming that the obvious corruption in Hawaii makes filing things here pointless.

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