Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Back in Grande Prairie, it seems.

For someone on the run from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, the Saskatchewan Sheriffs and whoever else is apparently trying to serve him, undischarged bankrupt and ladies' man Patrick Ross does seem to make it painfully easy to find him, as we can see by this recent YouTube video giving away that he is back in northern Alberta (rumour has it at a previous employer, Fluidpro):

Just another screenshot in a burgeoning folder of pics showing Patrick has time to make vacuous videos about hockey and burgers, but can't seem to find the time to move forward his vexatious, frivolous and meritless $4 million defamation action against me (yes, you read that right, he's asking for four million dollars). Some day in the near future, I will begin posting excerpts so that no one need take my word regarding its frivolity or vexatiousness.

In any event, as I predicted, Patrick has time for hours a day on social media, but not to deal with the legal action that he himself filed, and he knows that the instant he tries to push this along, the first thing that will happen is that I will require him to sit for questioning under oath.  Oh, and he'll have to disclose where he's living and working. And so much more.

Expect little action.

P.S. For historical context, it's worth noting how gleefully Patrick was bragging over 10 years ago:

The above was a blatant lie because Patrick had never hired a lawyer back in 2012. In any event, I'm pretty sure this didn't turn out the way he was boasting.

Oh, and this unwise bit of bragging will also end up in the exhibits:

That would be Patrick, openly gloating about how much fun he is having evading the process servers who were looking for him at the time.

It's one thing to hide from the legal consequences of your actions; it's quite another to go on social media and brag about it.

That was probably a bad move.

Thursday, January 25, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Still digging that hole.

As I described recently, undischarged bankrupt and MMA cosplay dude Patrick Ross is making life increasingly difficult for himself in that, rather than proceeding with his 2022 lawsuit against me, he has already announced that he is going to try to excuse his negligence by claiming it had to do with the passing of his father.

Patrick's problem, as I pointed out, is that when he eventually tries that pathetic and dishonest excuse, I will provide the Court with numerous publications of Patrick's wherein he continues to mock me on Twitter, making it clear that he has plenty of time for that but not to deal with the lawsuit that he himself filed.

And, yes, I have all the screenshots:

So, yeah, if/when I choose to have this action dismissed as abandoned due to Patrick's ongoing negligence, I will have a folder of evidence to prove what Patrick was really doing all that time.

I can assure you, the court will not be amused.

Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: You can't make this stuff up.

Here is undischarged bankrupt and financial fugitive Patrick "One line, ladies, no pushing" Ross, mocking someone else's bankruptcy:

Yeah, he went there.

Monday, January 22, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: I can't even ...

This has to be trolling; it's too stupid to not be trolling.

Saturday, January 20, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: I'm dying here.

JUXTAPOSE! Man who filed for personal bankruptcy in his 30s and listed total assets worth less than $6,000 including an autographed hockey jersey and replica WWE championship belt will now lecture you on other peoples' maturity:

It's hard to even mock this anymore.

Friday, January 19, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Happy interestversary!

And like clockwork (that is, every month on the 19th), we have another month of several hundred dollars of interest tacked onto the debt of undischarged bankrupt and incel poster boy Patrick ("The Spud Stud") Ross; this makes it 29 months since a Saskatchewan judge issued this order, so you can do the math:

At the moment, Patrick is crowing about (what else?) the fact that he filed a defamation lawsuit against me over a year and a half ago; more oddly, he is claiming that he is "winning" his legal slapfest with me, so it seems the right time to itemize events.

On my side of the ledger:
  • In 2010, I sued Patrick for defamation; Patrick was so arrogant as to not even file a defense, whereupon I won $75,000 in damages and a further $10,000 in costs.
  • For the following two years, as I chased Patrick around Western Canada, he was found in contempt of court twice, and assessed costs (which he never paid).
  • In December of 2012, Patrick filed for personal bankruptcy to escape my judgment; he listed assets worth a total of less than $6,000 (assets which included, among other worthless, childish rubbish, a WWE replica championship belt).
  • In February of 2014, given Patrick's non-compliance with the obligations of bankruptcy, his trustee discharged himself in disgust from Patrick's file.
  • In April of 2014, Patrick had his bankruptcy hearing, which resulted in an October 2014 order that described him as a manipulative toad who filed for bankruptcy solely to escape from my judgment against him, and further ordered him to pay $34,000 over 14 years.
  • Not content with this ridiculously favourable discharge order, Patrick filed a defective appeal, refused to correct it, and let it languish for over three years.
  • Eventually, I successfully filed to have that appeal dismissed as abandoned.
  • I subsequently successfully filed to have Patrick removed from the protection of bankruptcy due to his years of non-compliance (thus restoring the full judgment amount that Patrick owed me).
  • I subsequently successfully filed to register my judgment in Saskatchewan.
  • I subsequently successfully registered a collections action against Patrick.
On the other side of the ledger, I previously filed a motion to dismiss Patrick's asinine defamation action against me, a motion which failed as I (as I have openly admitted) filed inadequate paperwork, so the court (quite correctly) dismissed it. What Patrick prefers not to disclose is that, during that hearing, the judge -- even while dismissing my motion -- openly admitted that I had a "very strong case," suggesting that if I had but submitted my paperwork fully and completely, there's a good chance I would have prevailed. But you never hear Patrick conceding that, do you?

In addition, there is nothing stopping me from resubmitting that motion, but I see no reason to go to that effort since Patrick is currently making no effort to move this case along, so I have no obligation to do anything for the time being. That's it -- that is the sum total of what Patrick can claim on his side of the victory ledger, yet he is constantly crowing about how he is, in some weird way, "winning."

Fine, he's welcome to gloat as much as he wants, even as he must realize that he is a trustee-less, undischarged bankrupt without a home who owes me over $115,000 and who would have to pay around $25,000 to get out of bankruptcy quite independently of that $115,000, and who is a 42-year-old working at a hellishly menial job as an oil patch "swamper" making around $25/hour in -40C winter weather in northern Alberta with absolutely no realistic prospects of ever owning his own home, running his own business, having a meaningful relationship or ever, ever, ever getting out of debt, all the while on the run from the federal Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, the Saskatchewan Sheriffs, and whoever else is apparently trying to serve him.

But, sure, I guess that's "winning."

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Not gonna work this time, either.

An anonymous tipster brings to my attention the latest bloviating from undischarged bankrupt Patrick "The Spud Stud" Ross, wherein Patrick intimates that he will have more than enough reason to defend his failure to move forward his 2022 lawsuit against me, the intimation seeming to be that he will argue that he was just too occupied with looking after an ill parent or something to that effect.

That didn't work last time, and it won't work now.

In 2018, after Patrick had neglected to proceed with his defective bankruptcy appeal after more than three years, I filed to have it dismissed on that basis, whereupon Patrick did what he always does when he wants sympathy from the Court -- pleaded depression -- to which the judge responded:

Note well how the judge, even accepting that there might have been depression, did not accept that as an excuse for Patrick's negligence. Go back and read it again if you missed that -- the judge dug into that flimsy excuse and ruled that it in no way explained Patrick's behaviour or excused his negligence.

Exactly the same is going to happen here -- Patrick is going to tearfully whine about how he was so consumed with caring for his ailing father, while I will make sure the Court is provided with copious evidence as to how Patrick really spent his time: two (or more) Twitter accounts, a Facebook page, a YouTube channel, various rock concerts and rodeos, Instagramming his various burgers and so on, all the while explicitly bragging about how he was suing me while failing to push the action along.

Patrick's fatal flaw (well, one of them) is that he insists on treating judges as if they are idiots and are simply going to take his worthless word; instead, those judges actually investigate Patrick's various gaseous emanations and, as you can see above, find that they have no value and excuse nothing.

It happened then, and it will happen again. As it always does.

AFTERSNARK: I have something to say about Patrick's current claim that he is "winning" his legal slapfest with me, but I'll save that for tomorrow's "Happy interestversary" post.

Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Still as clueless as ever.

To no one's surprise, undischarged bankrupt and vexatious litigant Patrick Ross is once again bragging about suing me, tweeting about 16 hours ago about how I lied about him and concluding:

I have every right to sue him for that, and I am.

I am not sure how many times I have to explain ... yes, Patrick filed a defamation suit against me well over a year ago, and he has done absolutely nothing -- zip, squat -- to move it along for over a year. And he refuses to understand that when I eventually file to have it dismissed as abandoned, I will absolutely present to the Court the numerous tweets where he has bragged about suing me, while making no effort to actually follow through.

So what does Patrick do? Predictably, he yet again brags about suing me, while doing nothing to move the case along, providing me with yet another example of the frivolous and vexatious nature of the suit that will be placed before the Court.

We are not dealing with the sharpest sandwich in the picnic basket here.

Monday, January 15, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: The strength of his convictions.

Anonymous tipster brings to my attention this January 14 tweet from undischarged (and trustee-less) bankrupt Patrick Ross, who insists that his right to sue me is "absolutely not in question. Affirmed on multiple occasions by the [Supreme Court of Canada]."

And yet, as I wrote recently, it is passing strange that, even as Patrick assures one and all of that, he made absolutely no effort to move this action along for all of 2023. Also, as I have reported, when given the chance to disclose during a court hearing that he had no trustee, Patrick chose instead to mislead the Court:

Finally (and as I have discussed lately), given that Patrick is so confident in his lawyering, if/when he decides to move this case forward, I'm sure he will have no objection to my filing a motion that will require him to first make his case about his standing to sue, so that we can resolve that issue before wasting any more of the Court's time.

In any event, Patrick is welcome to continue his bloviating given that he does not seem to be making even the slightest effort to put his legal acumen to the test.

P.S. While Patrick is adamant that there exists precedent that allows undischarged bankrupts to (in rare circumstances) initiate legal proceedings on their own, he continues to ignore some significant issues, as I have been assured that that kind of freedom applies mainly to undischarged bankrupts that are in good standing with their trustee and the OSB; that is, they are up to date with their reporting and financial obligations, and are studiously paying off their Conditional Discharge Order (CDO). That's why the bankrupt normally needs to get the permission of their trustee, as it is the trustee's responsibility to ensure that any such action will not interfere with their payment obligations, and that money used for the action doesn't take away from any "after-acquired assets" that rightfully belong to the creditors.

I think you see the problem here as, the instant Patrick puts his argument before the Court, I will make sure the Court is aware of Patrick's years of contemptuous non-compliance and deliberately misleading the Court as I described above. This is why, even as Patrick bloviates about how he has the legal right to do this, he is relentlessly refusing to move this case forward as he knows what awaits him when he has to explain all of this to a judge.

The end(?).

Chronicles of Twatrick: Better bundle up there.

It's still not clear whether undischarged bankrupt Patrick "Easy there, ladies, there's plenty of me to go around" Ross is once again working as a "swamper" at Fluidpro, but let us all hope he's keeping warm:

Layers, Patrick ... the trick is layers.

Sunday, January 14, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Ah, the maturity of the arguments.

Pursuant to, well, nothing really, but it is both amusing and depressing to see how 40-something undischarged bankrupt Patrick "Super Stud Chick Magnet" Ross engages intellectually on social media. Here is, literally, three straight responses to people with which Patrick disagrees:

"You picked a bad time to lose this argument ... Grown-ups are speaking ... absolute clownshit. Sit down. Shut up."

Keep in mind, this is the rhetorical production of someone in their 40s who spent seven years in university (albeit while never graduating). And he wonders why no one cares to engage with him.

I'm pretty sure I know why. I'm pretty sure we all know why.

Saturday, January 13, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Oh, my ...

Apparently, undischarged bankrupt currently on the run from the authorities and who has been found in contempt of court twice will now lecture the rest of us on the importance of the law.

At this point, he has to be trolling me. There's no other explanation.

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Oh, dear God ...


Jesus, it just gets better ...

I don't even know how to mock this anymore.

Sunday, January 07, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Coming in 2024 ...

(JAN 8 UPPITY DATE at the bottom.)

As I promised, some definitely stream-of-consciousness updates on what Lloydminster's favourite trustee-less undischarged bankrupt and massively-indebted legal fugitive Patrick "Hey, girls, get a taste of this" Ross might look forward to in 2024, and why it's probably not going to be a terrific year for him.  (It should go without saying that, even as he dodges and weaves, every month puts him several hundred dollars further in debt to me, but we all know that by now.)

Apart from Patrick's disintegrating life (exacerbated by the passing of his remaining parent, leaving Patrick effectively homeless and on the run from various government agencies, legal authorities, collectors and -- apparently -- at least one other mystery party trying to serve him), we're here to discuss Patrick's moronic and frivolous defamation lawsuit against me, one which he has already openly admitted is nothing more than an attempt to get me to settle with him and forgive his debt.

As I have already described, that action is monstrously idiotic in that it incorporates (among other things) the following absurdities:

  • Patrick is asking for four million dollars in damages (while presenting evidence of no damage whatsoever)
  • Patrick is trying to sue for defamation related to stuff that happened as far back as 2008
  • Most of the affidavit details behaviour, not by me, but by other parties, that Patrick wants to blame me for
  • There is a listed co-defendant, "John/Jane Doe", who -- after a year and a half -- Patrick has not yet identified

There's much more silliness, but here's where I believe Patrick is going to have problems sometime in 2024.

See, after I attempted to dismiss that ridiculous action in December of 2022 (I failed simply because I did not file the proper paperwork, so that is definitely on me), one would think that Patrick would have jumped all over that and proceeded to push this action along. One would think incorrectly as, since then, Patrick has done absolutely nothing to proceed with this action.

This should surprise no one, as it is precisely Patrick's pattern to file dumbass actions/motions, then just let them sit there for no other reason than he wants to be able to claim that he is suing someone (precisely what he is doing here). Let me repeat that for the hard of thinking -- for the entirety of 2023, Patrick did absolutely nothing to advance this lawsuit, preferring instead to brag on social media as to how he was suing me, all that time doing nothing whatsoever to advance that action.

(It is worth pointing out that the Court really dislikes this sort of thing -- filing an action, then just letting it sit in a desk drawer while simultaneously bragging about it. I have all of the relevant screenshots and they will be put before the Court when the time comes. But ... onward.)

So, where is all this new content you were promised? Here: I predict that Patrick will do nothing with this action in the foreseeable future, and here's why.

First, since he is self-represented, he is legally required to provide a proper and legal address for service. He refuses to do this, listing instead the Lloydminster address of his late father. That is not sufficient and he knows it, and it's unlikely that he will provide to me and the Court his current residence or place of employment so it's safe to say he's not keen to take that next step. But it gets worse.

As pleadings have been exchanged, the next step would be questioning, and I would insist that I get to question Patrick first, and I would absolutely require him to disclose all sorts of useful information, such as years of pay stubs and tax returns, and the wills of both parents, and any interest in property and on and on and on, all of that under oath. And I'm going to guess that Patrick really, really, really doesn't want to do that, but that would be the next step. So now you see why I don't think Patrick is really keen on pushing this. But it gets worse. (You will hear that phrase a lot.)

If this case does eventually go to trial, Patrick would definitely not be allowed to participate virtually. He did that for the dismissal hearing back in December of 2022, and the judge was decidedly unimpressed, telling Patrick pointedly that since he was local to Grande Prairie where the action was filed, he was expected to attend in person. If/when this trial begins, I would ensure that all interested parties (Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, law enforcement, unknown third parties looking to serve Patrick) were fully aware of the time and location and were at the courthouse waiting for him with summonses/papers/handcuffs/whatever. So I'm going to guess Patrick is not going to be looking forward to Day One of that trial. But it gets worse.

If Patrick still wants to proceed with this, I will file a motion, insisting that he put up significant money before moving forward. Given Patrick's long, sordid and well-documented history of refusing to pay costs or obey court orders, I will have no trouble whatsoever convincing the Court to slap Patrick with a order for security in the neighbourhood of $25,000. Given Patrick's history of contemptuous non-compliance, that should be a no-brainer, especially since given that he is asking for four million dollars, that amount of security is a drop in the bucket, and no sane judge would refuse to issue such an order. But it gets worse.

I would also insist that, before proceeding, Patrick be required to pay off his debt to me in its entirety. Again, it should not be difficult to get that order since all I need to do is point out that he has owed me $85,000 since 2010, and it's way past time that he resolved that. It would be a simple argument to make that Patrick should not be allowed to proceed with any more asinine and worthless lawsuits against me until we have leveled the playing field, and that means clearing his debt. (That would be entirely independent of the security he would have to front.) This means having to turn over to me and the Court, eh, $140,000 or so, before the Court would even put the trial on the schedule. But (you guessed it) it gets worse.

See, Patrick is still an undischarged bankrupt with no standing to unilaterally file legal actions on his own. Patrick disagrees. Fine, then ... I would insist that Patrick bring a preliminary motion to resolve that issue before this is allowed to go any further, and I have been assured that that would not be a tough argument to win. That is, why should the Court and everyone involved waste time on Patrick's lawsuit, only to have the Court eventually rule that he had no right to file it in the first place? So if Patrick is convinced he can do this, let him first take that argument to the Court and have the court rule on it (at his expense).

But it gets worse in that, if the Court decides he needs to get out of bankruptcy first, as I have already explained in previous posts, Patrick would need to pay off his Conditional Discharge Order (CDO), to the tune of around $25,000. And that amount is entirely independent of the amounts listed above, so now we're talking potentially about Patrick needing to hand over maybe $165,000 just to get this worthless lawsuit in front of a judge (in a courtroom where he can expect some very interested spectators looking to serve him.) But (and you saw this coming) it gets worse.

If even just some of the above comes to pass, it represents a legal and financial nightmare for Patrick, so he might be tempted to just let this action sit month after month for the sole purpose of being able to brag that, yes, he is technically suing me. Except that is not a viable long-term plan, as the Court has limited patience with people who file vexatious actions, then fail to move them forward and, as Patrick is the Plaintiff, it is his responsibility to do this. And if Patrick just sits on this, at some point, I will file to have this action dismissed as abandoned, exactly as I did successfully with the idiotic 2014 appeal of his CDO. And if that happens, that is just another nail in the coffin of Patrick's credibility with the Court, as it will be just more evidence of his bad faith and pattern of wasting the Court's time. And if Patrick (wisely) decides to drop this, I will instantly file for discontinuance costs. Which I will get.

I could go on but I think you see the pattern here -- regardless of whether Patrick wants to push on with this lawsuit, or just let it sit, or drop it, he is screwed. From my perspective, I have my confidential informants (CIs) watching out for him but, other than that, I'm fine with just letting Patrick keep running and hiding, wondering which of those equally horrible choices he's going to make, as I am quite prepared for all of them.

In any event, a Happy New Year to one and all. And if anyone is trying to serve Patrick and needs contact information, drop me a note and I will do my best to assist.

P.S. Any court engagement with Patrick will involve my putting in front of the Court Patrick's pathetic history, which involves at least the following:

  • His being found liable in 2010 of not just defamation, but malicious defamation
  • His open bragging about how much he enjoys hiding his assets from me
  • His evasion for a full two years as I chased him around Saskatchewan and Alberta
  • His being found in contempt of court twice
  • His filing for personal bankruptcy, expressly for the purpose of avoiding my $85,000 judgment against him
  • His filing an appeal of his 2014 CDO, only to walk away from it to the point where I succeeded in having it dismissed as abandoned
  • My current collection action against him in the province of Saskatchewan
  • His years of refusing to obey court orders to pay costs
I think you get the idea ... if Patrick insists on getting this into a courtroom before a judge, I will make sure his entire history is on the record.

AFTERTHOUGHT: While all of the above represents the ammunition with which I can lay a savage beatdown on Patrick Ross, a lot of it is available to anyone getting into a legal slapfest with that destitute hillbilly.

Even if another party can't use the argument that Patrick owes them around $115,000 going back over a decade, all of the rest of Patrick's behaviour can certainly be put in front of a judge to show his arrogant and contemptuous attitude toward the Court, so if anyone out there could use any of this info in a legal engagement with Patrick, drop me a note and I will make sure you are well and fully armed with documentation to put before the Court to make sure any judge understands the childish, vindictive and malicious yahoo they are dealing with.

I'm just trying to help.

JAN 8 UPPITY DATE: I have been advised by someone with a fair bit of legal background that if this case does go to trial, then Patrick will be entirely at the mercy of the judge, who has the authority to make whatever order he or she deems appropriate (this is pretty much true for any case, not just this one).

This means that, once the proceedings start, there is little Patrick can do to prevent any onerous and crippling orders (either legally or financially), and if Patrick chooses to ignore such orders, he is likely to be held in contempt of court (again!), and could even face arrest.

Having a warrant issued for Patrick's arrest might sound extreme, but it is based on Patrick's years of documented refusal to listen to the court and his years of non-compliance with various orders, so the Court finally losing patience with Patrick and ordering his arrest is definitely within the realm of possibility, and I will make sure the Court is fully loaded with the details of Patrick's history of arrogant non-compliance.

Patrick will, of course, mock and blar-har-har this notion. And that's why he's an undischarged bankrupt who owes me more than $115,000. But you knew that, right?

Friday, January 05, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Coming soon ...

I have been entirely remiss in not posting recent thoughts regarding Lloydminster's King of Corpulence, but I promise I will have a lengthy piece this weekend regarding what Patrick "Super Indebted Chick Magnet" Ross can look forward to in 2024. Until then, your thoughts?

Monday, January 01, 2024

Chronicles of Twatrick: Starting 2024 off right.

I had a much lengthier post ready to go describing the potential 2024 travails of undischarged bankrupt, financial fugitive and 42-year-old self-described high school cheerleader chick magnet Patrick "Super Bad Ass High School Cheerleader Chick Magnet" Ross, but a recent commenter overrode that idea, commenting as follows:
"There's a rumor going around that Patrick is dodging being served by an entity out of Ontario who Patrick referred to as pedochuckles, and that person is a teacher. Patrick is rumored to have contacted the school board where this fellow works and made a false complaint."
Understand clearly -- while this is entirely a rumour and not substantiated by hard evidence in any way that has been presented to me, it is so unbelievably on-point for Patrick, as you could not describe his behaviour on social media any better than what is written above.

First, there is no question that Patrick absolutely loves to accuse people he doesn't like of being a "groomer", pedophile or child molester; it's why he currently owes me well over $100,000 and is on the run from the Saskatchewan sheriffs, the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy and others.

Second, there were reports that some unidentified person or persons was looking for Patrick back in 2023 at his occasional hangout in Lloydminster, certainly suggesting that someone is trying to serve him with papers (and it wasn't me).

Finally, I can assure one and all that it is Patrick's M.O. to track down the residence or workplace of anyone he doesn't care for, and submit anonymous complaints about them; I know this as he did this to me once upon a time years ago. All in all, while one has no concrete evidence for the above rumour, it could not describe Patrick any better given his behaviour over the years.

Anyway, as always, if anyone tracks Patrick down and can confirm where he is living or working, I know some law enforcement officials and government agencies who would like a word.

Happy new year.

P.S. If you're one of the people trying to serve Patrick Ross and you've attempted proper and legal service at his alleged Lloydminster address and had no success, I'd like to know about that as I want additional proof that he is never resident to accept service at the very address he lists on his legal filings.

P.P.S. If anyone wants to appreciate how much trouble Patrick might be in, Twitter's "Advanced Search" feature will help you out