A (slightly-edited) chunk of prose just received from Patrick Ross arch-nemesis Peter Skinner of Edmonton, who Lord Baron Twatrick von Loadenhosen is currently suing for one million dollars for making fun of him:
Just got off the phone with OSB [Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy].
They are updating the court in relation to Patrick's lawsuit that not only does he not have standing on his own (no trustee to file or transfer to him, and still very undischarged) but his service address is worthless because he's failed to answer any letter mail from them. He refuses to take their calls as well.
Once it's in place, I'm told I will get an automatic copy from the courts as will Patrick.
The woman who called this morning was someone higher in the food chain than my previous guy, and she said this should have been done on my behalf months ago.
With all that said, a judge makes the final determination on proceeding but whenever they've gotten involved the justice usually kicks it out of court and awards costs to the defendant. Patrick, if given the opportunity to pay surety, he can't. He's still an undischarged bankrupt and no matter the amount of surety, that money should be going to you.
Being Patrick broke his bankruptcy terms and you've had him removed from protections, any money left over from his basic living expenses should be turned over to his trustee or the sheriff who's in the process of seizing money/property.
And if Patrick thinks it can't get any worse, well, I have bad news for him ...
AFTERSNARK: There is some entertainment value in realizing that Patrick's idiotic attempt at inconveniencing Peter Skinner with that asinine million-dollar defamation lawsuit is now going to blow back on him in that not only will it be kicked to the curb but Peter will be awarded costs of (probably) a couple thousand, which Patrick will (naturally) refuse to pay, destroying his credit rating even further (if that is even physically possible at this point).
It's tempting to enumerate the myriad ways in which Patrick has thoroughly fucked up his life, but the capper is that Patrick is currently hiding out from Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, which is (theoretically) the only entity I am aware of that might be able to help Patrick salvage what little remains of his sad-sack, bankrupt, debt-laden, misogynistic existence. And they are really, really, really fucking pissed off with him.
Truth be told, once upon a time, I had a modicum of sympathy for Patrick, given that he is clearly not all there, and I went out of my way to give him countless chances to make amends and deal with this.
Now I am going to devote whatever there is of my infrequent spare time to trashing his pathetic life, perhaps as a lesson to the other arrogant, self-obsessed incels out there who think they can pull shit like this year after year. And I am in no rush. Everything Patrick does is designed for immediate gratification and short-term victories, while I am choosing to take the long view. Given that Patrick's father is reportedly in questionable health, it is only a matter of time before Patrick's life takes a very ugly turn for the worse when there is no one there to protect and enable him.
And I will be waiting.
P.S. And if Patrick thinks it can't get any worse, I am still in the market for any information as to where he works these days, because once I identify his employer, I can assure you, things will get worse. Much, much worse.
Yeaaahhhh ... how's that working out these days?
P.P.S. By the way, what Patrick claimed above is a lie, which is easily provable in a couple of ways.
First, no remotely sane lawyer would have ever said that to Patrick, given that there is absolutely no basis for that position. No sane lawyer would have examined my 2010 judgment against Patrick, then advised him that he had nothing to worry about. That is simply unthinkable.
More to the point, if Patrick had retained a lawyer, then it would have been that lawyer corresponding with my lawyer at the time, and that never happened.
So Patrick lied. I'm sure you're shocked.
We're not done here.