Sunday, August 20, 2017

I am going to court

I have a court appointment in one week on Monday the 28th and my guess is that I should shut the fuck up for the moment.

But, in truth, I have never been very good at taking my own advice.

21 comments:

  1. It amazes me that there are people who think that they can shut me up with such a small threat.

    I will obey the government, because the government has the legitimate means of force... but nobody else gets to push me around.

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  2. FWIW: If the court believed there was merit to the claim, it probably would have issued the TRO. The result will likely be the same at the hearing, although they have the right to try and convince the court. Curious about what type of conduct were they trying to restrain, personal or online contact, or something else?

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  3. You all made Legal Insurrection:

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2017/08/reems-oakland-bakery-seeks-ct-order-halting-protests-over-terrorist-mural/

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  4. Dear Michael Lumish PhD,

    According to ancient Jewish tradition, which is still relevant and useful today, when a Jew has been summoned to a court to appear before a judge, it is customary to prepare spiritually with increased prayers and repentance.

    We have never met each other in person, and I have no idea what you look like, but I sympathize with your cause and want you to succeed.

    I have studied Jewish religious books for more than three decades, and my studies (and real-life experiences) have taught me that nothing brings Divine punishment on a man more than using bad language, also known as: curse words, obscene language, or dirty words.

    This probably seems like a trivial nonsense to you, but please believe me when I say that this “harmless” practice causes The Supreme Being to become ENRAGED at the people who talk that way, and even at the people who listen to it.

    Therefore, I humbly suggest that you prepare for your trial by immediately discontinuing your use of bad language.

    And if you do not know how recite the Jewish prayers, then maybe this can help you:

    https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/biz/6273902319.html

    Sincerely,
    Mr. Cohen
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    How intermarriage harms
    Jewish sovereignty over the Land of Israel
    :


    http://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2016/11/guest-post-joshua-chapter-23-verse-12.html
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    How Shabbat-desecration
    harms Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem:


    https://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2016/12/guest-post-jeremiah-chapter-17.html

    http://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2016/05/guest-post-shabbat-praised.html

    http://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2016/05/guest-post-lessons-learned-from-tragedy.html
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    How Torah Can Defeat Terrorism

    (based on the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov ZYA)


    https://shilohmusings.blogspot.com/2017/08/defeat-terror-with-torah.html
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  5. The truth is that the Left is cracking down on freedom of speech.

    I may have to pay for it a little.

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  6. I would go to court in a Confederate General's uniform.

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    1. I could do that, actually. I know people who could definitely hook me up with Civil War clothing.

      I'm not looking to make trouble, ya know, I just have no intention of paying Assil's legal fees - which she is not going to pay, anyay - and nobody is going to keep me out of the Fruitvale BART Station.

      But, I do have an IDF t-shirt!

      :O)

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    2. For crying out loud, you didn't do anything.

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    3. Yes, I did.

      I stood with the pro-Jewish people... and I can write.

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    4. I meant you made no personal threats against Assil, nor did you threaten to close down her business. You did not stop anyone from entering her establishment. You only did what people do every day in America, exercise your first amendments rights through peaceful protest.

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    5. She made a political statement with the portrait of Odeh, and you made a statement that you disagree with that. She and her lawyer want to stop you from expressing your political opinion.

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    6. It is not a good idea to go wearing a Confederate uniform. You want the judge on your side, and a judge in Alameda County is likely going to have a negative reaction to a Confederate uniform. Mike, do you have a a lawyer?

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    7. Wear a suit. Anything else would not help with those who matter.

      Is there a crowdfunding page for legal expenses?

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  7. Jeff, I am being dragged into court for being who you know me.

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    1. It all reminds me of Inherit The Wind, and you're Bertram Cates.

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  8. Baking you a cake with a file in it.

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  9. Mike - William Jacobsen is covering you

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2017/08/reems-oakland-bakery-seeks-ct-order-halting-protests-over-terrorist-mural/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+LegalInsurrection+%28Le%C2%B7gal+In%C2%B7sur%C2%B7rec%C2%B7tion%29

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  10. If you won't take your own advice, please take your lawyer's. You've retained one, hopefully.

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    1. And I forgot to say, good luck in court. What they're trying to do to you is wrong. Keep up the good work!

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