Normally, this blog wouldn't cover the coverage of other blogs, but in the case of Jill Clark's new blog "Jill Clark Continues" I am paralleling her coverage fairly closely for a few reasons.
First, that blog is so crazy it may disappear if there are any calmer heads in the Clark camp, like her husband who reportedly locked her out of computers and email after Clark's seven day bout of insomnia, REPORTEDLY. (Bullshit, cough cough)
Second, my own blog has become the preeminent site for Clark coverage during her spectacular health and disciplinary crisis and my blog will continue in that socially useful role, even if this means doing some blogging about what Clark is blogging. Third, it's part of my "mind control" tricks played on Jill Clark, which are proprietary and I can't really, um, get into that...
In Part Twenty-Eight of The Madness of Jill Clark, click here, I covered Clark's big cheddar wheel of crazy cheese lawsuit against, dear god, the entire Hennepin County bench and the Minnesota State Supreme Court, which Clark either filed or ATTEMPTED to file in Wisconsin. It should be noted these lawsuit "filings" do not bear "time stamp" markings showing they were received by the court system and I have no information independent of Clark's assertions showing any court has accepted these recent filings as bona fide lawsuits.
The filings do not look like Clark's usual documents in important ways involving the font and general appearance of the documents (they look almost like LETTERS instead of LAWSUITS) but these "filings" do have highly distinctive Clark themes, traits and habits of expression. This blogger may say some things jokingly, but at some level I seriously wonder if Clark is holed up in a cheap hotel, out of the control of "handlers" who are trying to help her during this crisis, completely "off the reservation" writing this crazy crap and stuffing it into envelopes.
In another crazy (alleged) filing I didn't even have time to cover last night, Clark supposedly sued the Minnesota Secretary of State over August 14 primary election, in which Clark came in third. Click here for that lawsuit document.
Clark's assertion, in summary, appears to be the word "candidate" in Minnesota State law doesn't include judicial candidates and therefore no primary should have taken place at all, and Clark should be on the ballot in the general election despite coming in third in the primary.
To put it another way: WAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!! DO OVER!!!!!
The most pressing question at present is: will disciplinary proceedings be speeded up in light of the fact Clark's public insanity is apparent to everybody outside a very small social circle (and perhaps even to some of them, for example, she was locked out of email accounts by her own husband) or will the powers-that-be just stand back and give Clark enough ocean to sink in?