Tag Archives: protests

More on the Search Process

If you are an interim and considering a call to Grace Church, you already have figured out that you not only have 30 years of Bob Malm’s narcissistic legacy to deal with. You also have a mountain of conflict, an active lawsuit, and profound reputational issues to deal with. And people at Grace church often don’t realize just… Read More »

Coming Soon to a Diocesan Convention Near You!

Despite Dysfunctional Bob’s departure, I continue to stand up to the narcissistic bully that is the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. With that in mind, I’m continuing to protest throughout the Alexandria area, including making the rounds of area Episcopal churches, schools, etc. I’m also continuing to leaflet and will be making a special guest appearance outside the diocesan… Read More »

Leafleting This Week

Later this week I will leafleting a large swath of the city, with a focus on a high-value area near King Street. Efforts likely will spill into next week, but I plan to do another 1,000 homes in short order.  I’m also gearing up to increase visibility coming into the holidays, including ramping up at shopping areas and… Read More »

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… Read More »

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.… Read More »