Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Google Searches on Steven Frischling

Autocomplete shows you what people are looking for... and this humble blog has shot up to the first page.


91 comments:

  1. We all need to work to keep autocomplete current. When visiting FishFraud, do so by first going to Google and typing in a term like "Steven Frishling compulsive liar" and then click to FishFraud.

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  2. Congrats FishFraud. 100 Posts!!!!

    Here's to another 100 posts.......you've picked the subject that just keeps on giving.

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  3. From the tireless work of the FishFraud blogmeister. But lets not forget a big hand of applause to Steven Fricshling himself for providing all of the great content. Without him, this never would be possible.

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  4. frischling makes up a story about flying back in 2002 and gets called on it.

    12/20/02

    "Flying out of Dulles Int'l about a year ago I got on board with my trusty Stealth backpack, no one ever asked me to open it, despite the two laptops, three digital bodies, I don't know how many cords, chargers, cables, etc....and of course a THREE INCH flat head screw driver I forgot to ditch.

    Nice to know the TSA has such great security around Washington, D.C."

    darren carroll points out the facts related to his tale...

    "Mr. Frischling writes,

    "Flying out of Dulles Int'l about a year ago I got on board with...a THREE INCH flat head screw driver I forgot to ditch...Nice to know the TSA has such great security around Washington, D.C."

    The first TSA screeners began operating at BWI Airport on April 30, 2002. In other words, they weren't anywhere NEAR Dulles--or any other airport--this time last year.

    We now return you to your regularly fact-filled message board..."

    in a rare incident, frischling admits his mistake but of course has to add a little spin on it to make it an interesting story and paint himself as a victim.

    "Darren:

    My mistake, it was the FAA, and privately run security.

    I did call the FAA security line after the incident though, and they tried to blame me for bringing the screw driver on."

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  5. The thread from which 8:06 quotes:

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=752

    It was 2002 and he was already showing signs of expertise on all things airline.

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  6. This is not mine, but wanted to repost this from the last 2 threads, so it doesn't get lost.

    Anonymous said...

    Hey Andrew Fielding: If you go on Sportsshooter today and start a thread denouncing your association with Steven Frischling and post your PayPal email address, I'll pay you back the $200.00 he swindled from you.

    Honest offer man.

    You're at the start of your career and you're destroying any chance of getting into the business because of your association with Steven; he's toxic to your career kid. Loyalty is great, but it just makes you look like you're cut from the same cloth.

    Also, to get the $200.00 refunded that he swiped from you, you also have to redo your ridiculous bio and change it to reality.

    My PayPal email address doesn't contain my name or clues to my identity so I can stay anonymous. You post a thread admitting your mistakes in associating with Frischling & change your bio to something nonfiction and I'll deposit $200.00 today into your PayPal account. Why am I willing to do this? Because I hate to see a career end before it even has a chance to start. I have kids your age too and I hate to think of what your parents are paying for an education that will be useless because right now, your name is spreading, in a bad way, throughout the industry like wildfire.

    Deal? It's an honest offer.

    -A picture editor in NY
    September 21, 2011 5:31 AM

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  7. yay, another change of story from our hero frischling...

    here he says he was hit in the chest by an errant baseball missed by a first baseman.

    ""UMass VS UConn at UMass last spring (before my shoulder was killed). Shooting from the firstbase line (no pit to sit in with a wall), the first baseman missed the throw from the short stop, took a hop off the ground and hit me in the chest."

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=969

    but here, in order to fit in with the theme of a thread about your gear getting hit, he ever so slightly changes the story. he's like a chameleon.

    "The EOS 1 series based cameras are much more rugged. It is not all about the AF and FPS, it also has to due with the camera being able to stand up to the punishment these cameras get. My gear goes from sports to protests, portraits to severe weather. In the past year my gear has been hit with tear gas and runningbacks, a baseball after a 1st baseman missed the throw and ash from brush fires"

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=1212

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  8. @9:06: I'm really watching the message boards today, hoping for a post that I know probably will never come.

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  9. "A picture editor in NY" .... right
    Gee whiz we'll bite, who are you?

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  10. Fielding, you are a tool. You took your Twitter feed private, thus showing that you are the person behind some of these comments.

    You should have taken the advice and $200.

    Hopefully Fishdick will teach you how to not deliver photos to clients after they pay for them as well (and I can't wait for your college pals to start telling us some wonderful Andrew Fielding stories).

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  11. You think Fielding is using the school paper pool gear to shoot his shit for presswire?

    His website redirects to his SportsShooter page, but his ridiculous bio is still up:
    http://andrewfielding.net/zp/index.php?p=pages&title=about-andrew

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  12. Oh great, some fucking clown pretending to be "A picture editor in NY" needs to buy a friend for $200. Lonely? Place a god damn ad in Craigslist!!

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  13. " Even though Andrew travels quite often he is often available..."

    I wonder who his writing coach is...?

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  14. Did Frischling ever fulfill his promise to rebut Bhaskara's essay? As I recall, Frischling was going to "pole holes" all through it. Did he bail on that too?

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  15. Andrew, the guy making the offer is 100% legit. I spoke to him today about it and yes, he really is a picture editor for a large publication based in NYC. A couple of days ago we all sat around talking about this blog and Steven and having a good laugh. Your name came up (in a room filled with photo editors and well-known photographers) and everyone was laughing and making fun of you. He stood up for you and told us all to give you a break because of your age.

    He's real and his offer is real and he was the only one in the room defending you so I wouldn't be a little bitch to him.

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  16. ^ Think VERY carefully about how you answer that. Do you REALLY want to continue down a road of self destruction?

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  17. wow - first it was fish, then savannah, now andrew....
    realize fucks, could there be more out there that think you suck?
    $200 for a friend, that's so-so sweet!
    and who is this "picture editor for a large publication based in NYC?"
    names?? words are cheap, ask fish, right?

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  18. 11:50, Frischling's Air India rebuttal is sitting on that mythical bookshelf, right next to his book "The Traveling Photographer's Essential Pocket Guide"

    http://fishfraud.blogspot.com/2011/02/steven-frischlings-book-flop.html

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  19. Well it sounds to me like the picture editor guy is a guy that can afford to pay his rent so as not to be evicted for the third time in 5 years, doesn't have to drive a 1996 Chevy Suburban because of bad credit, isn't on Welfare and food stamps (like you guys are) and doesn't have to sell Canon lenses on Sportsshooter to pay attorneys for felony trials.

    Jealous Steven and Susannah? Someone summed it up quite nicely when they called you White Trash yesterday.

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  20. 12:21 - that's hilarious - consider the three people you just mentioned - you damn your own argument. Try reading 12:29 again, he nailed it. Good luck. You're going to need it.

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  21. This Andrew even tweets as much as Fish and similar drivel:

    @skyvan
    Fielding
    Wearing some J&M shoes without socks today. Surprisingly comfortable
    51 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone

    @skyvan
    Fielding
    Can't function without food. Can't stomach food without Promethazins. Can't function on Promethazins.
    10 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone

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  22. Did Andrew also have a Canadian English teacher for a year in high school, or did Fishdick help write Andrew's "About Andrew" page? One word in the last sentence of the fourth paragraph is particularly fishy...

    "Through his current clients as well as through other endeavours Andrew's photography has been used by CNN, University of Denver Athletics, The Clarion Newspaper, Stratifilm, MileHighHoops, Impressions Magazine, and others."

    http://andrewfielding.net/zp/index.php?p=pages&title=about-andrew

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  23. Fishdick obviously wrote that. Good way to spend $200! What a fool!

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  24. Nick always had trouble hitting the right little buttons. He was always getting “r” mixed up with “s,” and got twitchy when he held his pointing finger above the “u.” But Nick had friends. They would even speak to him sometimes. “Say, Nick,” they would say. “Where’s that 200 dollars you owe me?” He wouldn’t answer, he was too busy looking for that oxford comma, somebody told him about that oxford comma over a scotch and soda at Harry’s and he had been looking for it ever since. It gnawed at him, keeping him up at night during long winters spent in the villa hiding from his enemies. Never mind he would think to himself. Nick turned. He turned slowly. If he turned too fast he passed out. It was the wound. It had gone to his head. It was the wound and the keys and the s’s and the r’s. Is it favourite or is it favorite? Should I nap or should I go the beach? He thought about it. Then he forgot what he was thinking about. It was all such a bother.

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  25. EXCELLENT POST!!

    Stanley Leary, Photographer
    Roswell | GA | USA | Posted: 5:05 PM Today
    "There is something very cathartic about whining and complaining about how good it used to be in the old days and isn't today.

    Together we no longer feel alone.

    Kübler-Ross' Stages of death seem to be playing out here on Sports Shooter. The fives stages are: 1)Denial, 2) Anger, 3)Bargaining, 4) Depression and 5) Acceptance

    We seem to be floating around the first 4 for the most part. Those who are at stage 5 have moved on and no longer comment. I guess I am stuck on Depression. I loved shooting sports, but just don't find that many willing to pay as they did years ago.

    Sure I can find other avenues to make money as a photographer and I have, but when you are good at sports photography and loved doing it you do miss being paid for your work.

    I think what Mark Loundy is helping make sense of is the stages of this industry coming apart. Think about it for a minute as someone running a business. Do you pay your family top dollar to do a job you can get someone to do for next to nothing--remember you are trying to stay in business and your overhead continues to rise (healthcare for example) and the competition doesn't have to use your family.

    Would you pay your present staff photographers to cover these Div 1 and Pro sports when you can get coverage for these events for a very small percentage of your present cost of the staff guy?

    I think the hand writing is on the wall. Instead of getting your portfolio together or resume even you might want to look at another career.

    By the way SOME of those buying those images for $1 or $2 are photo editors who were former photographers. Sounds to me like the family connections are not that good any more."

    Gee whiz, could "SOME of those buying those images for $1 or $2" be a "picture editor for a large publication based in NYC," offering to purchase a friend for $200? One wonders.

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  26. "That fact that anyone quotes me, for any reason (other than "Gee Officer, you see Frischling......) is a sign they may need to see a shrink. "

    Steven Frischling, 2/27/03

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=889

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  27. ^1:41 I hereby nominate you to pen an account of this whole sorry, sordid saga when it reaches its conclusion.

    Andrew? Just so you understand, I knew a freelancer, quite talented, who years ago made a giant error in judgment. 20 years later and he still struggling to find work as a news/sports photographer. I know because he called my paper looking for freelance work and I said, "Sorry, we've got nothing." But don't worry if working for a Sears Portrait Studio or shooting bar mitzvahs is all you are interested in.

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  28. Dear Andrew Fielding,

    You really should think about writing that SportsShooter post that will pocket you $200.

    Here's the thing: In a few years, when you're older, you'll realize that you were duped by Frischling. You'll realize he was a scam artist. If you admit it now, you'll be $200 richer, and for somebody of your age, that's a decent chunk of money.

    I've been in the photo business for awhile, and I've made my share of mistakes. I've fucked up jobs. I've missed deadlines. I hired the absolute wrong intern, and caught shit from colleagues for a long time afterwards. I've been taken advantage of by clients before I knew what I was doing. In a strange way, I'm glad I made the mistakes I did because I've learned from all of them.

    A very nice person in this business is trying to help you learn from a mistake. When you're young and haven't been around the block a few times, you can sometimes trust the wrong people, or believe the things they spread online. Steven Frischling conned a lot of people in the photo business. The thing is, we all laugh at him now. But we're trying to save you from your naïveté.

    It doesn't have to be a long post, just a quick one. And then delete your bio from your website. Write a new one in the morning. Or find a good advertising copywriter to do one for you for $200.

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  29. 12:21 said, "wow - first it was fish, then savannah, now andrew....
    realize fucks, could there be more out there that think you suck?"
    >It's not unreasonable to think that there are more supporters of Fish than those 3 clowns, but if you were capable of actually answering any the accusations against Fish that have been compiled, or of articulately writing something other than the same immature, profanity-laced drivel over and over, then it's pretty obvious it's all coming from the same chubby fingers banging away on a greasy keyboard.
    12:21 also eloquently added: "$200 for a friend, that's so-so sweet!
    and who is this "picture editor for a large publication based in NYC?"
    names?? words are cheap, ask fish, right?"
    >Andrew, whether or not you feel loyal to Fish, whether or not you actually paid him $200 to mentor you, whether or not the accusations made on your character are accurate, why not take the NYC photo editor up on his/her offer? $200 is a lot more than you'll ever make at Southcreek or Presswire. Your credibility in the photo biz, if you ever had any, is dropping fast. Whether or not you choose to believe it, photographers all over the country are laughing at you.

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  30. ^11:15 I can see his Tweets just fine.

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  31. Apologies to the real Nick Adams. No apologies to Fishdick and Fledgling. Andy's an adult. Gives me pause to consider this is the way he's chosen to communicate. The NY editor is being very kind.

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  32. "I did not intent to add incorrect information."

    Steven Frischling, 3/8/03

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=1373

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  33. steven frischling confused about where he was when the war started in 2003...

    "I was in the middle of writing a request to the USCG requesting access to their air interdiction unit to shoot more "security" photos."

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=1466

    but now he spins a tale to the flyertalk people that he was on an important political assignment in london.

    "I missed the invasion of Iraq in 2003 while flying to London to shoot a political story on the coming Invasion in Iraq (I ended up shooting in Iraq more than once, including once flying in with Richard Branson, ....great place to get a tan). "

    http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/travelbuzz/812539-biggest-event-youve-missed-while-plane-3.html#post9580417

    "great place to get a tan." nice comment. I'm sure all of the soldiers, civilians and journalists who have been injured or killed there would appreciate a comment like that. douchebag.

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  34. Hey all you SportsShooter losers, I guess Matt Cohen doesn't like you either. Sorry Andrew, I don't think you will be getting any more client through SportsShooter. If you ever did.

    mattcohenphoto Matt Cohen

    @skyvan totally. i'm embarrassed for them. and myself for reading 200 posts on it...
    14 Sep

    skyvan Fielding

    @mattcohenphoto I just realized something. All those SS idiots are afraid of competition, therefore they try to label it as something else
    14 Sep


    skyvan Fielding

    @mattcohenphoto I know...we should talk dude. This stuff they're doing is bs
    14 Sep

    mattcohenphoto Matt Cohen

    @skyvan same, but after the latest round of "you're taking food off of out tables" it's tough to justify marginally subsidizing it. losers.
    14

    skyvan Fielding

    @mattcohenphoto amen...only reason I pay for membership is it gets me clients

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  35. Who the hell is Matt Cohen?

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  36. @4:50 Somebody should really call these two kids out on SportsShooter... I am sure everyone in the SS community would love to know how big of losers they are...

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  37. A quick search turns up: Matt Cohen works for spec agency South Creek Global, is a mentor to Fielding and seems to be as arrogant, opinionated and self important as our hero and Fielding. Also, he doesn't like the photographers on the SportsShooter forum or concert photographers.

    @mattcohenphoto Matt Cohen
    there is no more pathetic place on the internets than the sportsshooter forum
    14 Sep

    mattcohenphoto Matt Cohen
    "professional" concert photographers make me hate some of my sports photographer acquaintances less.
    13 Aug

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  38. 4:50, that debate should be shared with the sportsshooter forum. Still, it's funny that they even consider themselves competition to who they are arguing with in the first place.
    Fielding is quite a piece of work, his tweets and bio reveal that he's as big of a douche as the star of this show. And after seeing a photo of him, it's hard to imagine an unhealthier looking trio than Frischling, Seefeldt, and Fielding. You could run for 1,000 yards behind that 3-ton wall. What does it say when Frischling is the smallest portion of that triple scoop?

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  39. is anyone here connected with the NYC/Long Island police/fire/paramedic etc community? They must have some serious stories about Fishfuck. Remember before he was a sports photographer turned wedding photographer turned travel blogging idiot, he was a wannabe paramedic. That didn't last too long.

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  40. Looks like Matt Cohen is a high school kid.

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  41. Ok, if this Cohen kid is a high school student then let's lay off of him everyone.

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  42. ^ yes. However, he could benefit from honest professional advice about the serious career consequences of associating with frauds like Frischling and emulating him in any way.

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  43. I can't say I disagree with his sentiment about most of the Sports Shooters regulars. A lot of very talented ass holes. And Jim Colburn.

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  44. Where did the notion it's high school kid come from? He links his facebook page from his flickr - you can find it and check for yourself. This is no high school kid.

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  45. He has also been a member of SS since 2008. Don't believe they are accepting 14 yr. olds as members.

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  46. Wonder why chrome-dome Liddy feels he must now tell all the SS members his bio so many times when he feels the urge to post something there. Like any of us really care.
    How sad.
    Feeling a little uptight about the writing on the wall are ya pops? Get your name out there while you can. But really, who would hire an over-the-hill, has-been curmudgeon like yourself when there are so many cheap young guns available.
    Remember geezer, milk is far cheaper by the gallon.
    And 7:53, be careful what you say here, a lot of those ass holes (and Jim Colburn) seem to congregate at this urinal.

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  47. I'm the one who first posted that Matt Cohen was a high school kid. That's my mistake. Instead of copying the handle that was included in another post, I just googled "matt cohen photo twitter." And that gives you a high school kid's account.

    That's my fault. I apologize.

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  48. Liddy can be an ass, but he is the real deal. His resume is impressive and because he has been there and done that, his opinions have weight and merit.

    Colburn can stick his dick in an eel.

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  49. You, whoever the hell you are, just can't stand being cornered, can you? This blog is pointing out the very real deficiencies of Steven Frischling. You can't stand that can you? All you can come up with is attacking everyone and anyone that points out he's not telling the truth. Why can't your tiny little brain support one single fucking argument that any of this blog is wrong? Is it because your head is in your ass? Is it because you can't refute anything here? Grow some fucking balls you mindless turd and answer say something that actually relevant, otherwise you're mouth is just one big sink hole.

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  50. You can insult someone like Liddy all you want and say he's a "has been," but at least he has credibility and succes. You're a "never was" and "never will be."

    Good going.

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  51. I think I was the first to post something regarding Matt Cohen. I don't think he is a high school student. He shows the judgement of one, but it seems as if he is of age and can make his own business decisions. Telling a good portion of the Bay Area photographers they are idiots is not a good move 'though.

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  52. Fishtard makes up a story about transmitting photos on an airplane phone.

    "I have used the phones on Delta and Virgin Atlantic to transmit photos. My clients were willing to pay the absolutely insane fees for me hooking up my laptop to transmit deadline images back to them as I traveled....

    ...The Virgin flights were after traveling with Richard Branson to Basrah, Iraq, on a humanitarian aid mission, on the flight from Basrah to Kuwait City, and again on the flight from Kuwait City to Heathrow. I also have transmitted photos via VS's airphone on a flight from LHR to JFK following a riot in London back in 2003.

    Each time the bills were well over $500...........but it's what my clients wanted and they were paying the bills.

    http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/air-canada-aeroplan/581481-does-anyone-ever-use-onboard-bell-mobility-phones-3.html#post6134559

    but here he says the inflight entertainment was going to be down and he never received his sat phone (he has the worst luck of anyone on earth) so he didn't even get all the color corrections done on the flight and then goes on to say that he transmitted photos from a borrowed landline at heathrow.

    "I knew the inflight entertainment system would be off in flight, only switched on when on the ground, so there would be no power from the seats with the power supply I use on planes. A few photogs used my power supply on the ground to get plugged in, I chose to spend all my time out shooting.

    My set up was really planning for shooting, editing and shipping from a satalite phone from Basra. The sat phone did not arrive in time for me to get it, so my planning and deadlines were messed up anyway.

    (and I got most of my work done on the plane, but no toning or colour correcting, as I had the screen to 1/2 brightness to save the battery)...

    ...In the end it is a time saver. I had to dial up and connect from a local London number when I landed at Heathrow, I let one laptop do my shipping, which was slow (a 28.8 connection from the phone line I was able to borrow in a closed terminal), so the other could do my editing in Photo Mechanic and Photoshop. "

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=1874

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  53. this blog is epic and needs a wider audience. Does anyone know any social media journalists at Huffington Post, Gawker, etc?? even the term "e-ssassination" is original

    more people need to experience the Schadenfrisch!

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  54. hahahaha. 8:54 LOVE IT!!! this site gives me almost as much pleasure as your mom!
    love and kisses (mean it), chuck

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  55. does anyone else find Steven Frisching incredibly sexy? Even though he's as bloated as a corpse floating for three days in a river. There's more of him for me to love!!!! Can I have Andrew's number?

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  56. Fish is not my type. I'm actually smitten with Susanna - especially when she talks dirty like an adolescent school girl I get aroused.

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  57. In a couple of hours Frischling will have set a new record....Hope I can stay awake long enough to enjoy a full 24 hours without a tweet from our slimy fish.

    Maybe he's fucked off, maybe Andy baby is looking for a refund. There is one thing for sure, Fishdick is NOT on a plane.

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  58. Maybe he's in jail... I mean he did have an *almost-warrant* out for his arrest. I find it very hard to believe that he is around and NOT Tweeting. He can't NOT Tweet. He HAS to Tweet. That bitch is in jail.

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  59. "you're mouth is just one big sink hole."

    9:04, who is a fucking mouth? you are a fucking mouth? hey kid, ya ever heard of a contraction??
    You're is the contraction of "you are" and is often followed by the present participle (verb form ending in -ing).

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  60. I'm with 5:31; no way he can live without tweeting.Something is up.

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  61. Maybe he's not in jail? He may very well be in Iraq, the Congo or Libya. It's not unusual for an International photojournalist to be out of contact for a few days.

    Oh, wait, Sir Richard Branson wasn't running an "everybody look at me" press dog-and-pony-show photo-op... I guess he's in jail.

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  62. But 12:08, she said you could not get it up and that you do indeed prefer men. Perhaps that will explain your interest in chrome-dome Liddy - "love and kisses."
    How is that glory-hole action??
    What ever floats your boat there Bruce, we won't ask nor will we tell.

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  63. Definitely 2:41, the only place we know for sure SF is not is on a plane. It must drive him nuts to be a self-proclaimed 'aviation expert' yet never actually get on a plane or even get airside at an airport. No frequent flyer status on any carrier. Heck, even my 11 year old son made Premier on United. Jealous SF?

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  64. "Heck, even my 11 year old son made Premier on United."
    So? Who gives a fuck. Man, we just shit in our pants with that fantastic news!

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  65. 6:26 - you may have just soiled your pants over the knowledge of an 11 year old reaching Premier status on United. However, Mr. Frischling, the actual subject of this blog, is still facing felony charges of Larceny and Forgery. That fact would make most people soil their pants.

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  66. Trust me, the fact that Steven Frischling doesn't have frequent flier status on ANY airline actually is a BIG DEAL for him. It eats away at him every day. It erodes away at this notion he has of himself as George Clooney in that movie... the one I have NO DOUBT he watches over and over again.

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  67. ...and he's baaaaaack, phew!

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  68. Well, 5:41, you caught me. I'm sure you had a load of fun thinking of clever things to say about my poor use of an apostrophe. That's nice. And for all that posturing, you still haven't shown the slightest sign of even the smallest amount of intelligence. Your attempts to distract are failures. They just take up space, like the space between your ears. I assume that's all there is there, since nothing else seems to get lodged in there for you to spew. Try talking to us about something that tells us Frischling has been honest about these stories he tells. Tell us something convincing that Frischling has delivered every single wedding photo he owes those poor newlyweds. Tell us something convincing why some poor woman shouldn't be suing him for thousands of dollars just to get her money back from a contract he never fulfilled. Until you do that, you demonstrate nothing more than the lowest form of humanity, and that's too bad. You're a waste of time. And if that's how you think you should run your business, I have no worries - you won't last very long. If all you find in this comment is something wrong with an apostrophe, you just spend a few minutes wasting your life confirming everything I've said.

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  69. Do The Right Thing SteveSeptember 22, 2011 at 8:06 AM

    Dare I say the next hundred years will be marked in the annals of journalism history.. finding that the term "Schadenfrisch" has replaced "yellow journalism" as THE term to describe a douchetacular way of conducting the business of newsgathering. Great work Steven. You are a tank.

    Just think, in a couple more days, you'll be able to tell us all about how your case is dismissed!
    I'll bet globetrotting across the planet on an SR-71 (1st class seating of course) via FantasyLand Airways with a broken passport, while tweeting about joining the 30 million mile high club, AND transmitting images of a riot in a housing project on Uranus, becomes slightly more daunting with felonies, huh? With your distinguished stories on Homeland Security issues i'll betcha the TSA screeners use the whole fist when you decide to fly again next decade.
    (the run-on sentence is for you Vulva. I mean REALLY! Grammar cops.. You. Are. Not.)

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  70. ^ 8:06. Exactly. Props.

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  71. I love how FishFuck actually thinks the TSA people even know he exists.

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  72. Looking through what the TSA allows on board a plane, I may have discovered why Fishboi doesn't fly anymore. Tools longer than seven inches are not allowed in the cabin.

    Steven, why the raging hard on about being able to carry a knife past security?

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  73. In the grand scheme of things (photography, travel, social media, aerospace, blogging, etc.) Frischling is just an unimportant and inconsequential little blip. This fact is killing him, and that's why he embellishes and lies. Thank you, Steven, for the countless hours of entertainment you provide to so many!

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  74. Give it a rest? No. Not until you can tell the difference between lying and telling the truth, and pay what you owe people.

    Despite your distractions, this blog has nothing to do with Jim, Chuck, Brian, Todd, William, or little Easter Bunnies. It has to do with you, Mr. Frischling, period, and this blog won't forget that.

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  75. Hey Fish! Job Opening!
    http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/twitter-ghostwriter-blues_b14044

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  76. Has this already been discussed on FF? Back in 2003, Frischling sold a D1x on SS to another SSer, and he guaranteed the camera would not be DOA. Per the purchaser, the camera *was* DOA. I wonder what advice Frischling's "lawyer" gave him?

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=4335

    and

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=4741

    and

    http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=5696

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  77. Off Topic:

    OK, so this is the funniest thing I've seen with regard to the USPW issue.

    http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=78377731579

    YOU HAVE TO READ THIS.

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  78. ^Agreed 8:53, this is about the Frischling. But 5:41 and 6:03 sound a lot like the tweets from the Oxford comma-loving Fish protege, don't they?

    skyvan Fielding
    Retweet This. Bitch.
    17 Sep

    skyvan Fielding
    Hey bitch who came in to the office carels after me. Shut the fuck up...it's a lounge, not your personal screaming grounds. STFU BITCH!
    15 Sep

    Might think of switching from your normal consumption of deep fried, high sodium, low fiber foods. It will help with your anger, and appearance.

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  79. yup 11:17, get used to it. why buy a fat old cow (chrome-dome liddy) when milk will always be cheaper by the gallon!
    and ss is STILL bitching about that fact. get over it, you ALL are expendable and replaceable. just look over your shoulder....

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  80. @10:36 Garrett Hubbard is a stand up guy. He's a great photographer too.

    Rick Burnham, the guy who defends Fish, was featured on 'To Catch a Predator.' http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=24420

    You decide who you would trust...

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  81. 11:55. Hilarious. Milk might be cheaper, but you can't replace good old talent and experience. With a stinky attitude like that, good luck getting work. You must be pretty green. Otherwise you'd know why these guys get work. It's not because they make fun of people who know what they're doing.

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  82. So, 11:55, do you think it's a good idea to take money from people then not deliver the photos you promised? Is that not criminal activity? Ask Steven how many wedding photos he keeps from people who paid for them. When you get an answer, get back to us.

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  83. It only gets better. Frischling's buddy cast a major role on Dateline and now our Fishermans Friend is famous amongst tweeter teenagers.

    It is no wonder he hasnt tweeted the last 24 hours. Perhaps Perverted Justice stung him with 'Amy, a Froot cereal lover'.

    Piece of Shit.

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  84. Yep, Fish's buddy Rick Burnham says, "I do know Steven and I know this camera. I used it before and after the transaction with several different cards and there is aboslutely nothing wrong with it. and will state so legally if need be." (http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=5696)

    Then he gets busted for being a pedophile by 'To Catch a Predator.' (http://www.sportsshooter.com/message_display.html?tid=24420)

    Certainly makes Steven's interactions with all these teenagers sound 'fishy.'

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  85. And he has a t shirt to prove it. At least that what he bragged about to 'Amy'.

    What the fuck is a grown man, a professional businessman tweeting to little girls about a cereal t shirt?

    Frischling, you have some serious issues that need addressing, and in my mind, by a criminal court.

    Looking for sympathy and compliments from my daughter? Believe me, it would be a fun Soprano weekend on your beach.

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  86. On Monday, he tweeted

    @flyingwithfish
    Oh man ... I just realized I'm probably going to be on a plane when @PanAmABC launches ... Oh No!!! My #AvGeek TV experience will be delayed

    That show starts on Sunday. Bets that he'll really be on a plane then???

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  87. "DoucheSlayer"
    "ConAir"
    How old are you?

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  88. We don't have anything left to prove at this point - the mountain of evidence is there that shows Steven Frischling is a fraud. Thus he's an industry joke, and you as his only defender are heading that way as well. When was the last time Frischling had a photo assignment? Seriously, when?

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  89. ButtBoy Andrew, why is it so hard for you to understand? OUR reps are not on the line. Fishfuck is the one being challenged because he's the one making the claim!

    It's like if I announced to the world I ran a three-minute mile! Naturally, people would tell me to prove it. Would a winning response from me be, "Prove I didn't run a three-minute mile!"?

    That's the exact equivalent. Get a clue.

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