Long-time readers of G:TB know that the first track off of "Supreme Clientele" is the subject of a lawsuit between Jack Urbont and Ghostface Killah. The second track is a song called "Nutmeg" and when I tried to find a video of that song to embed in this post I found this:
This has to annoy Mr. Urbont and the folks at Marvel Comics. If you fast forward to the 4:20 mark, you'll hear the RZA encouraging people to search the internet for Bob Digitech, which is one of his aliases. Mr. Urbont will likely take a modicum of satisfaction in finally finding Bob Digi without even needing to use the world wide web and causing the public disclosure of his home address which will doubtlessly be annoying. In particular, Ghostface's Rule 26(a)(1) initial disclosures name Robert Diggs as a witness likely to have discoverable information and provide his home address in Tarzana CA. Robert Diggs is, of course, the RZA, aka Bobby Digital, aka Bob Digitech, aka Bob Digi, aka Prince Rakeem.
Undisclosed, however, was GFK's current address ... unless he's living in his lawyer's office. Instead of providing the whereabouts of Pretty Toney's hideout (the Ghostcave?), his attorney directed all correspondence to his attorney's address. Odd.
Less odd is scheduling order in the case. In fact it's pretty standard, although two things pop out at me. First, the case will be tried to a jury. I am soooo fucking pissed that I left Manhattan. Can you imagine sitting on that jury?! People would pay money for that gig. Second, all fact discovery must be completed by February 14, 2014, including depositions. That's Valentine's Day for all you married folks. Given that no one seems to have a legitimate address for Ghostdini, it might be hard to track him down for his deposition. It wouldn't surprise me if they couldn't corner the god hisself Cocaine Biceps until the 11th hour resulting in a Valentine's Day deposition. This will be amazing because you know Ghostface does on Valentine's Day, right? "Shock the bitch b." That's what happens.