Thursday, August 25, 2011

Would You Hire Frischling As Your Social Media Strategist?


Do you think Steven Frischling's social media resume includes the time Twitter suspended his account for harassment?

28 comments:

  1. Do you think Steven Frischling's social media resume includes the time Twitter suspended his account for harassment...

    during a job he was supposed to be tweeting about?

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  2. OK here is one to check. Since he got his MacBook Air (I think it was last year) and iPad, how many times has he flown?

    @TheyCallMeEllis I'd done a more than few transcons on 738s & with the MacBook Air or iPad loaded with movies, ummm work, its not an issue

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  3. with the hurricane coming you can bet our fearless hero will spring into action

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  4. Unsolicited AdvisorAugust 26, 2011 at 5:36 AM

    Indeed. It will be like the time Geraldo Rivera was wading rather needlessly through chest deep floodwaters while his camera crew casually strolled along side him on DRY LAND.

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  5. Unusable, unstable, unmentionable, useless, clueless, dysfunctional, feckless, incompetent - that about covers it. Should be all he can put on his resume that would be true.

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  6. Fitting comments on FB:

    "There is no excuse for excessively lazy fact checking, especially when accusing someone in public and the facts are easily verifiable"

    "What's wrong with the media today? One huge factor is lazy journalism perpetuated from the senior journalists down to the cub reporter. If you're a journalist you don't switch it off when you go home from work.

    If you're a photojournalist you have no excuse in being lazy with your fact checking then trying to brush it off by saying "I'm a photographer." In fact, if you're a photog you should work twice as hard to ensure photojournalists get equal respect as their word-herding counterparts."

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  7. ^ 5:15. He tweeted yesterday that "I went for a 1/2 mile swim in the bay & the current was so nasty I swan a 1/4 mile, went to shore & walked back to the start". Yeah, he's got the physique of someone who swims a half mile a year.

    He also tweeted that "I'm 16 houses up from the beach, I should be OK" during the hurricane.

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  8. You know that FishBalls would never miss an opportunity to tell the would how close he lives to the beach.

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  9. Notice he says how close he lives, but never talks about the actual house. I would never brag about living in this dump.

    http://tinyurl.com/3lv3z7g

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  10. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    You know the beauty of photography ... when someone challenges you, you can pull out a photograph"

    Hang on...haven't there been myriad challenges for him to "pull out a photograph" to back up any one of his phony-baloney "photojournalism experiences" that he has recounted in different versions with differing facts and timelines on numerous forums and message boards?

    Another optical delusion...

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  11. "You know the beauty of photography ... when someone challenges you, you can pull out a photograph"


    so...when can we see the pictures from the morgue after the twa flight crashed? how about the photos when you were in the middle of combat in iraq with drunk british soldiers? presidential pools? hurricane katrina? hello, frischling? anybody there? where are these photos? I'm sure they are awesome. we'd love to see them.

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  12. So driving out of town this afternoon I spotted two people walking down Main Street , which is on the water, wearing blue FEMA wind breakers, with Amtrak survey crews. Main Street is at the end of The Bay ... I live pretty much sticking out into the open water where the Atlantic pushes into Long Island Sound. I'm thinking I may want to go find me an inflatable dingy.

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  13. "So ... who knows of any available short term social media contract consulting positions? Don't all speak up at once :0)"


    "Luckily I'm qualified"

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  14. http://failblog.org/2011/08/28/epic-fail-photos-petco-sign-fail/

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  15. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    Upside ... my house is A OK! Woo Hoo!!"

    what are the odds he will still request a continuance in BOTH his court dates this week, claiming his house was damaged by the hurricane?

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  16. Doesn't he mean his landlord's house? One of his pointless tweets from a few days ago said that he didn't have to worry about his house flooding since it was 16 feet above sea level. As well as being the 16th house from the beach.

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  17. Its going to be a busy week for our hero. Two court appearances.

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  18. I doubt it. He is tweeting that he is still without power from the hurricane.

    What is this...continuance #4???

    What is wrong with the justice system in this country???

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  19. Unsolicited AdvisorAugust 29, 2011 at 7:45 AM

    We are very fortunate that our justice system allows for a continuance, inconvenient though it may be for those of us following such proceedings.

    The continuance gives the wrongly accused a chance to gather more information to prove their innocence. It can also give the prosecutors of the rightfully accused a chance to build a better case.

    The collective advantage of the continuance is that it can result in a plea agreement that keeps the case from reaching the point of requiring and expensive jury trial.

    In many countries, Frischling would have been found guilty within hours of being charged and then begin serving his sentence minutes later.

    Slow and imperfect though it may be, I still prefer our justice system to any other that has ever been devised. Everybody deserves their day(s) in court :)

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  20. Steven Frischling will probably get the felony charges dropped. We can sleep well knowing that that the system works.

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  21. Someone who seems to actually know what they are talking about points out numerous errors in Somebody's incessant blogging on Air India.

    http://tinyurl.com/3das5x8

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  22. I really enjoy reading the posts from Unsolicited Advice (ie ^7:45AM). They are calm, rational and merciful while providing good information and advice - he is like the anti-fish!

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  23. Yes, of course Unsolicited Advisor is correct. I am merely growing impatient with Fish's shenanigans.

    And I am certain he will be granted another continuance due to the hurricane.

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  24. It also looks like he's going to pick an argument, claiming (on twitter) he can "pole holes" in the Vinay Bhaskara' rebuttal.

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  25. He's been bragging on twitter that he's staying at the only place in town that has power (because it's on the same grid at the National Guard base). Now that a true, not self-proclaimed, expert on Air India has had the nerve to correct him, Frischling suddenly states that he will have no power until Sept. 3 or so. WTG, Fish! My bet is that he's hoping that Vinay et al will forget all about this.

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  26. Note that FishFlood has pictures coming out is his ears for this event...

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  27. Aren't we still waiting for him to post his Hurricane Katrina photos? To quote Candace from Top Chef S2, "you're a tool and a douche bag," Frischling.

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