I know this is inconsequential. but over the years I’ve looked forward to the BVA timely publishing their decision so as to see a pattern in their latest denial tactics. Here we are at Memorial Day weekend and we still haven’t seen a single one from 2012 published. I know they’re out there because I received two last week. Can it be that the BVA has drafted every man jack and impressed them in the service of deciding claims?
It’s bad enough that they have curtailed the amount published from all down to the first 400 in the last year. Now they have opted, from all outward appearances, to resorting to publishing none. Perhaps this will occur once a year now. Every December they can summarize with a few notable ones. I doubt they understand that many of us utilize their denials to craft pro se game plans in order to thwart this.
I check every day and the only notable improvement has been a change in the font and a more user friendly formatting when I copy and paste entertaining drivel from their ruminations. As most will note, their only endearing trait is the habit of being consistently inconsistent in the application of justice. The CAVC and the 3rd Federal Circus would be out of a job were it otherwise.
BVA’s logo should be
ONWARD THROUGH THE FOG
BOLDLY GOING NOWHERE
AT A SNAIL’S PACE
WE WILL DECIDE NO CLAIM
BEFORE ITS TIME
Any other suggestions from the peanut gallery?