Showing posts with label protests. Show all posts
Showing posts with label protests. Show all posts

Saturday, January 25, 2020

Bob Malm: Club Protest Membership Countdown


By virtue of trying to shutdown criticism by going to court with his facially false claims that he had been threatened, pseudo-priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal signed up for the two-year membership at Club Protest. No refunds, late payments result in an extension of membership. And his decision to include Mike in his vendetta, his multiple lies in court, and his efforts to subpoena a dying woman, all mean Bob gets the special VIP add-on package — my online presence will continue ad infinitum. That’s right, Dysfunctional Bob gets the lifetime virtual membership. Hey, Bob always did think he was special. Well, he’s right.

So, this countdown timer doesn’t mark the countdown to an end to open hostilities. But it does mark the payout of Dysfunctional Bob’s basic Club Protest membership.That said, I have always believed in under-promise, over-deliver, so I also will no doubt extend Bob’s basic membership well beyond his original contract.

Hey, if he behaves, maybe we can even spot Bob some core body fitness tips. Heaven knows he’s been looking rather well-fed in recent years. And it fits — Grace Church aka St. Dysfunction is looking a whole lot leaner and meaner these days.

See you at Dysfunction Junction aka Malm Square(d)!

Monday, January 20, 2020

Mark Your Calendar!

Mark your calendar now for the resumption of protests directly outside Planet Malm, beginning January 25, 2020.

Our first Sunday back will be marked by several special guests, who will be joining us from out of state. We’ll also be filming, as we do now when demonstrating and leafleting, so we’ll be looking for plenty of Grace Episcopal’s one-gun salute to Jesus.

So come on out and help us develop our next “God’s Grace for All” video!




Saturday, June 29, 2019

Protests and Dysfunctional Bob’s Retirement

With news of Dysfunctional Bob’s retirement now official (and woefully overdue), someone asked if things here at BobMalm.com will change. The answer, at least for now, is a resounding “Hell no!”

Why? The answer is easy. It’s because of the complicity of people like Sugarland Chiow, with his inflammatory rhetoric, various courtroom falsehoods, and efforts to bully the dying. It’s about the Lisa Medley’s and Leslie Malm’s of the church, with their lies. It’s about the Eric Waskowiscz’s and Amy Medrick’s of the parish, with their middle fingers in the air, testifying to the reality of their Christian faith.  It’s about the Alison Campbell’s who don’t see any conflict between bullying people and their claim to be Christians (or feel justified based on their faulty understanding of my conflict with Kelly Gable.) And it’s about the college-aged parishioner who thinks it’s okay to urge people to commit suicide. (That BTW, is a sign of a seriously skewed ethical reference point and an utterly bankrupt “Christian” faith as well as possible mental illness.) 

Then we have Kirk Steffensen threatening Mike’s job, Leslie Steffensen and her innuendo to third parties that I can’t be trusted with money, and the fabrications from Bob Malm’s kids, claiming I steered work to AES; wonder who gave them that idea. Not.

And the list goes on.

It’s also about all those referenced above who dutifully drag their children to church, never thinking that their children are or someday will be smart enough to recognize the hypocrisy of their parents. (Does Sugarland Chiow really think his kids will read his various courtroom fabrications and still consider themselves to be Christians? Or see that their father supported Dysfunctional Bob’s facially obvious taking words out of context as part of his request for a protective order? Or not understand that doing so is every bit as much a lie as telling an outright falsehood? Color Jeff and his wife clueless.)

In short, Grace Episcopal church is mired in hypocrisy and conflict after 30 years of Dysfunctional Bob. It is a toxic church and will continue to be a toxic church long after Dysfunctional Bob drags his lazy, fat, perjuring carcass off to Jekyll Island.

For the record, nothing I have seen suggests that people at the church understand what a screwed up place it is, or how many people have been hurt, both by Bob’s narcissism and by the church’s organizational narcissism.

Moreover, people need to know that this is how Grace Church rolls. Yes, people are friendly, but that in no way offsets the abusive behavior that occurs at every level of the church. Those considering getting involved in the church need to know that this sort of thing is part and parcel of life on Planet Malm.

Oh, and beginning February 2020, should Dysfunctional Bob decide to work as an interim or supply clergy, I or others may show up to protest. People need to know that this is the sort of priest that Bob is.

So, no changes here. 




Thursday, May 23, 2019

Protests Today: Wonder if Dysfunctional Bob Will Show Up and Make More Terroristic Threats

Later today, I’ll be leafletting another large swath of Alexandria, and protesting along Russell Road. Anyone wanting to say hello or, as the good Christians of Grace Episcopal are wont to do, flip me the bird, are welcome to roll by Perjury Place around 3.

I wonder if Dysfunctional Bob will roll by and make more terroristic threats. If so, I’ll not only get some great video footage, but I’ll also immediately file criminal charges against Bob. 

Bob Malm, perjuring priest.




Sunday, April 28, 2019

Protests This Week

Things have been a bit busy lately, with the result that I haven’t been able to protest as much as usual. But lest anyone conclude that this presages a general slowdown, rest assured that I’ll be out at least two days this week. Plans also include leafleting a swath of Beverly Hills that I have not previously done.

Busy week ahead!




Sunday, March 31, 2019

This Week: Protests and More Leafleting

So today’s protests plans had to be called off due to some latebreaking issues, but things are on for this week. I’ll be leafleting more of Beverly Hills, and I plan to surface at Mayo House sometime this week to remind folks of Bob Malm’s perjury and the diocese’s laissez-fair attitude towards that matter.

More to come!




Sunday, March 24, 2019

Greetings from Historic Christ Church

Sunday greetings from historic Christ Church!

Beautiful weather, and most people have been very nice. As always, a few laughable moments, including:
  • Christine Cheever, a member of Grace Church, mind already made up, who claimed that it’s not possible that Bob committed perjury on the basis that she “knows him.”  Nothing like faith in all the wrong things, eh?
  • One parishioner, who asked how I could perjure “a good man like Bob Malm,” to which I replied, “It happens to be true, and if he disagrees, he’s more than welcome to sue.”
  • Another parishioner, in full-on passive-aggressive mode, who said, “I don’t know what this has to do with Christ Church.” Um, body of Christ, anyone?
  • Several with the nervous but smug half-smile that churchgoers trot out when they don’t know how to respond to something that rattles their stained glass tower.
Of course, no one got the other part right: Inviting the lepers at the gate in for coffee. Only evangelical churches have ever gotten that side of things. I mean, if you’re a Christian, and you see someone hungry, thirsty, or hurt by the church, why wouldn’t you invite him in? Something about as you have done to the least of these. (Clergy entirely avoided me, BTW.)

Oh well. That’s Christianity for you.But again, on the whole folks here are very nice.




Saturday, March 23, 2019

This Weekend: More Protests and Leafletting

This weekend, I plan to protest outside one of Alexandria’s Episcopal churches on Sunday; I’ll keep which one close to the vest for now.

I also plan to leaflet at least 250 more homes, again focusing on Beverly Hills and the area around Grace Church.

Fun times!




Sunday, December 30, 2018

Looking Ahead to 2019: More Protests and Possible Lawsuits

As we get ready to move into 2019, protests continue over Dysfunctional Bob Malm’s conduct, as well as that of Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow. Look for me and others at:

1) King and Seminary aka Dysfunction Junction aka Malm Square(d)
2) the monument at Braddock and Russell Road
3) the front of MOM’s
4) the intersection of Commonwealth and Mount Vernon avenues.
5) 395 during rush hour

Although we have not yet made a final go/no-go decision, I believe it likely that I and several other plaintiffs will file suit against the church, vestry, Bob Malm and family, and several individual parishioners in Federal district court in late January. Assuming we proceed, a second lawsuit is expected later in the spring.

Stay tuned for details.









Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Friday, October 26, 2018

Protests this Weekend

Planning to get an early start on the weekend with some protesting outside the Emmanuel-on-the-Hill pumpkin patch. I may also make an appearance at Bob Malm’s favorite, which he refers to as “Dysfunction Junction.”

On Sunday, I plan both to protest, and to leaflet certain high-value audiences. In addition, making plans now for extensive social media coverage and protests in the run-up to Christmas. 

Stay tuned!

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Next Week: Protests at Mayo House

I’m not sure yet what day it will be, but next week I hope to get in an afternoon of protests outside of Episcopal Diocese of Virginia headquarters at Mayo House in Richmond. Sunshine, fresh air, mild temps—what could be better?

Details as soon as possible.

Coming Soon: New Signage

In light of Bob Malm’s references to me and Mom as “domestic terrorists” in his court filings, including his Motion for Reconsideration filed with the Venango County Court of Common Pleas, I have decided to add additional signage for my protests. The new signage should be here in the next week or so.

Check it out!




Friday, September 21, 2018

Protests This Weekend at Malm Squared(d) aka Dysfunction Junction

With the beautiful fall weather, it’s a better time than ever to protest. So look for me this Sunday at Malm Square(d) aka Dysfunction Junction aka the corner of King and Quaker Lane.

I’ll also soon have additional signage in honor of all my friends in Sugarland Texas, as well as some very special guests who will be joining me. 

Stay tuned for another exciting chapter in the life of Grace Episcopal Alexandria, aka St. Dysfunction.

Monday, July 23, 2018

See for Yourself: Email Conclusively Shows Alexandria City Officials Working with Grace to Suppress First Amendment Activities

I recently obtained a copy of the attached internal email, in which city of Alexandria police officials acknowledge in writing their efforts to identify legal strategies to suppress First Amendment-protected protests outside the church and online criticism.

My opinion: The City of Alexandria should not be providing free legal advice in civil matters, and certainly not when the First Amendment comes into play.




Monday, April 30, 2018

This Week’s Protests

It’s shaping up to be another busy week of protests.

As things stand, I’ll be in one of the usual places Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday for rush hour, as well as several hours mid-day Sunday.

See you then!

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Amusing Encounter

Ever wonder just how dysfunctional Grace Church is? Today’s amusing encounter with a clueless parishioner (who will, for now remain nameless), provides insight.

The individual in question rolled through one of the intersections where I was protesting, yelling, “Get a life, Eric!”

Subsequently, he parked his vehicle and took several photos of me, adding, “Move your sign down. I want to make sure it’s you.”

Given that I maintain this blog, and maintain paid advertising nationwide, it’s a pretty sure bet I’m not looking for anonymity. So, for the record, if you see a protester calling out Grace Church, it is me, or someone connected with me. 

Yeah, taking my pic—top-flight scary stuff, that.

With Christ-like responses like that, I have four words for you: Dysfunctional priest. Dysfunctional church.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Protests this Week at “Dysfunction Junction”

After a period of downtime, including a visit to my mom, protests resume this weekend. Plans are to be at what Bob Malm refers to as “Dysfunction Junction,” otherwise known as the intersection of Seminary Road and Quaker Lane. I may also hang out at the intersection of Diagonal and Russell Road. Both are great locations and a very pleasant place to catch some rays.




Sunday, March 11, 2018

Apparently I’m Not The Only Person to Conclude Bob Malm is Sketch

As I was protesting this morning, a distinguished looking middle-aged gentleman in a grey Toyota SUV parked nearby. He crossed several intersections on foot to come over and ask me about my situation; I replied in very generic terms.

His response was that his daughter had attended Grace Episcopal School for several years, and that he was not at all surprised at Bob’s actions. We made some further small talk, and before he left he again said, pointedly, that he was not surprised at Bob’s actions.

That’s telling, because Bob likes to claim that he’s never heard such criticisms before. And that may well be true; Bob is not one to listen to, or accept, positive criticism.

With that, off to grab a quick bite to eat before protesting outside VTS for a while.

Holy Week Ad Blitz

My plans for Holy Week include a road trip out to see Mom, replete with a gourmet ham, roast asparagus, and a coconut cake made by my wonderful friend Mary Lee.

As a result, protests will be a little lighter than usual. But to make up for it, we’ll have an ad blitz going across the Northern Virginia and metro DC area throughout the week, with as much as eight times our normal weekly spend.

Stay tuned for details.