Monday, December 05, 2011

FF Reader Survey

An FFFF (Fine FishFraud Fan) has created a survey out of curiosity about the readership of this humble blog. Please take a moment to fill it out!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/6KN56QV

PS Four days until Steven Frischling's next court date!

37 comments:

  1. Thanks for featuring the survey. I apologize it isn't better thought out - I just did it on a lark (and to see how Survey Monkey works). It's just five questions and I'll update you with the results later. 36 respondents so far.

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  2. Those three guys responded 12 times each!

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  3. Can I make a suggestion that those posting as anons maybe think of a creative name to post under?

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  4. Southpointe Fish Watcher 22December 5, 2011 at 4:38 PM

    2:56 I'm loving your idea.

    Also, let's make our "creative names" something that, if Fish tried REALLY hard, he could get some slight clues.

    My name will be: "Southpointe Fish Watcher 22"

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  5. Will the results eventually be posted?

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  6. Unsolicited AdvisorDecember 5, 2011 at 4:57 PM

    Good evening.

    I agree that it is a by far better thing to adopt a fictitious moniker for such things, though it does have the noteworthy disadvantage of causing one to be referred to, by name, as antisemitic.

    While I fail to see where it "antisemitic" to suggest, politely in fact, that someone should work on their manners perhaps by some twisted form of logic this could somehow be viewed as sensible?

    Ironically, I was provoked to view this site as a result of having been accused, incorrectly, of having made a reference to Mr. Frischling's situation in post on Sports Shooter when I made the apparently "Inappropriate" suggestion that an inescapably repeated word in a post might have been a hint.

    Mine was not a case of "piling on" in someone's time of misfortune, deserved or otherwise, but a case of being dragged in rather unwittingly.

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  7. Southpointe Fish Watcher 22December 5, 2011 at 5:07 PM

    Hey Unsolicited Advisor, I'm certain that NOBODY, outside of Andrew and Steven, believe their nonsense about this blog being antisemitic. I wouldn't sweat that at all.

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  8. Personally I think that we should all remain anonymous so our hero can't ever get a handle on how many of us actually read and re-post his ramblings, rants and lies.

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  9. @524 I only suggested it as a means to establish how many anons are unique as opposed to the same person posting.. You could be "Baitman"

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  10. "skyvan Fielding
    I'm pretty sure I paid less than half of what 90% of the passengers on this flight did. #superjew
    2 hours ago"

    Any thoughts on the #hashtag?

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  11. "skyvan Fielding
    I think I just ate pig slop.
    25 minutes ago"

    Now that's just not Kosher!

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  12. The problem with adopting nicknames is that there is nothing to protect someone else from using that nickname in the future and "stealing" your identity.

    Clever nicknames are welcomed though!

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  13. Master of the Survey MonkeyDecember 5, 2011 at 6:55 PM

    Oh, results of the survey will be posted. Probably tomorrow. I'm guessing that is when most of the web traffic will have happened since I posted it yesterday. I've got 49 responses so far. I can go longer or you can request numbers later if you want. I have no problem with filling you in.

    I do agree with having fun with nicknames for posts 'though. I have done it in the past when something funny strikes me when posting.

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  14. It seems like he's been evicted plenty but there's no record http://www.jud.ct.gov/jud2.htm

    Would there only be a record if he refused to leave? Since he seems to rent from private individuals maybe they just tell him to get out rather than filing the paperwork like a rental company would do.

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  15. "Flying With Fish
    RT @flyddw: edited @flyingwithfish pix. needed 2B color corrected and str8ten, and... twitpic.com/7n3imm

    (You have to much free time)
    2 Dec"

    twitpic.com/7n3imm

    That's a professional image I would want to share with my clients, for sure!

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  16. swap that with a prison uniform in the near future

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  17. @7:30, while nothing on housing, 7 matches on the small claims search. Did this guy ever have a successful business transaction??

    FRISCHLING STEVEN MAK et al VS. FRISCHLING et al SCA10-93910 New London
    50
    D
    FRISCHLING STEVEN MAK et al VS. FRISCHLING et al SCA10-93910 New London
    51
    D
    FRISCHLING STEVEN FRISCHLING vs. MCGREGOR-BETANT et al SCA10-94912 New London
    1
    P
    FRISCHLING STEVEN FRISCHLING vs. LEE et al SCA10-94913 New London
    1
    P
    FRISCHLING STEVEN SJA SERVICES COMPANY (ASSIGNEE) vs. FRISCHLING SCC-165269 New London
    50
    D
    FRISCHLING STEVEN KLAPROTH vs. FRISCHLING et al SCC-393267 New London
    50
    D
    FRISCHLING PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC STEVEN KLAPROTH vs. FRISCHLING et al SCC-393267 New London
    51
    D

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  18. ^ Seriously? 7 small claims cases filed against Frischling? Is that normal? Are all of these pending or resolved?

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  19. Let's hope the CT cops have done their homework - SF has a track record as cheat in business. He has managed to stay under the radar so far because its all small claims. Friday could be his prime time moment. His family must be so proud.

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  20. I'm pretty sure that the DA would bring up his multiple small claims suits.

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  21. Here are some results after two days of the survey (I emailed screen shots of the survey results to FF if they care to post them). I'm not including the joke responses so figures may not equal 65:

    65 responses

    52 live out of the area
    6 live in the area

    35 are photojournalists or photographers
    7 in aviation
    5 in social media/consulting

    35 have had a personal interaction with SF
    23 have not
    a handful through social media

    55 say SF doesn't owe them anything, while
    7 say he does owe them

    35 check in with FF on a daily basis
    24 check FF 2-3 times a week
    4 check in monthly

    So there you have it, a little snapshot of the three of us.

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  22. Over on Sportsshooter there is a thread titled "Domestic air travel in the USA" where the original poster wrties, "I know we have a resident "expert" in such matters but all advice would be great!"

    Poor Frischling is just itching to add his bs two cents but doesn't have the cojones to test the waters. Some local should swing by his new domicile to see if his head will explode from the frustration!

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  23. This is awful. Frischling and Addison mentioned in the same article! Somebody needs to educate Dennis Schaal.

    http://www.tnooz.com/2009/10/07/uncategorized/american-airlines-launches-social-media-website-airlines-have-twitter-issues/

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  24. 5:33, that's not really germane as it's over two years old.

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  25. Speaks volumes that his brother @BillFrisch doesn't follow wonderboy.

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  26. Hey local people, what is this? Is this the big move?

    "Finally all done!!! Three days of being outside, in constant motion, in the pouring rain and slippery mud. This was not my idea of fun."

    "I'd take a hot shower, but after being outside in the pouring rain for thee solid days I don't want any more water falling down on me."

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  27. "...being outside, in constant motion, in the pouring rain and slippery mud. This was not my idea of fun."

    Doesn't that kinda sound like the prison-break scene from "Shawshank"?

    Maybe someone's delusions are getting the better of him again...

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  28. Isn't tomorrow the fun day? He should be showered up and clean by then.

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  29. Southpointe Fish Watcher 22December 8, 2011 at 8:37 AM

    Good luck tomorrow Steven. We all love you and support you and we all know that this is just one of many trumped up charges designed to silence your voice and keep you from further exposing the TSA.

    This is also why they're after Julian Assange with those trumped up charges against him.

    If you're locked up, we ALL lose. Nobody has your inside information or your courage to print things that mainstream journalist are happy to ignore.

    Tomorrow, when you're in front of the judge I want you to stand tall and know that, no mater what happens, you're the only one in the room who knows the truth.

    If, tomorrow, all legal tactics fail and you're adjudicated guilty and the bailiffs are moving in to handcuff you then, at that moment, you should just go ahead and reveal the truth behind everything.

    Reveal the fact that, for years, you've been a freelance intelligence operative for the NSA, CIA & State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Go ahead Steven, just put it all on the table. It is your only chance post-conviction.

    Also, if you reveal your identity, everybody here will finally realize EXACTLY why there is little to no evidence of all of your exotic travels and adventures. They'll realize that you HAD to cover the evidence. They'll feel stupid for sure.

    They'll realize that the reason you never gave those couple their wedding photos is because it was all intel-gathering and that the images are stored deep inside a non-descript evidence room at Langley.

    They'll realize why you have to move so frequently to avoid detection.

    They'll realize why you've been shot 11 times and how you're sustained so many "unexplainable" injuries.

    They'll realize, exactly, how you know your way around a Glock 19 9mm pistol... even though you told us not to "ask how you know".

    They'll realize why any and all evidence of your time in the White House Press Pool has been altered to suggest that it never happened.

    They'll realize why you pretend to have such bad grammar and spelling in an effort to deceive your adversaries that you're not as smart as you really are.

    They'll realize why random checks appear in your mailbox payable to your assumed identity.

    Thy'll realize why you're allowed to carry knives on flights when we, civilians, cannot carry toe-nail clippers.

    They'll realize why you were forced to microwave your passport and they'll also realize why there are no stamps in that passport (diplomatic "plausible deniability").

    They'll realize why you had to post every 20 minutes on Sports Shooter and the NPPA-L as a means of establishing your cover identity.

    Everything will be explained in the moment you're forced to reveal your real identity and mission to the judge. You'll get your life back Agent Fish. You'll be able to live among us civilians again. No more getting shot at. No more moving every 5 months. No more having to lie. No more having to erase evidence and cover your tracks.

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  30. ^8:37 well played

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  31. "Flying With Fish
    My fingers are killing me from three days of hard labour in the driving rain & mud 18+ hrs day ... and are to tired to type now!
    2 hours ago"

    Love the British spelling of labor...and if he is "to (sic) tired to type" why does this tweet exist?

    #whataschmuck

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  32. This is just sad...as in I want so badly to be pitied that I compulsively tweet about my wellness or lack thereof. If I am an editor, do I want to hire this guy, really? Lots of bad lessons in self promotion from a Frischling protégé.

    "skyvan Fielding
    I'm at the Depression Center. I should not make a "Yo Mama is depressed" joke here.
    2 hours ago"

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  33. He already publicly pronounced and sealed his early professional fate. At least he's admitting he's getting help, one would hope.

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  34. frischling tweeted this earlier today suggesting that he is on a plane. so, he is either fleeing the country to avoid going to court or he is...wait for it...LYING.

    flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    Hmmmm work for the next 2hrs + in the 18" seat or just go to sleep. Decisions decisions.

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  35. "Flying With Fish
    My fingers are killing me from three days of hard labour in the driving rain & mud 18+ hrs day ... and are to tired to type now!
    2 hours ago"

    I guess he is practicing for the inevitable...

    http://assignmentatlanta.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/rn_neon_deadline_025-copy.jpg

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  36. How wide are the seats on a Greyhound bus?

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  37. Agent 837. BRILLIANT!

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