Friday, January 06, 2012

Frischling Back in Court Next Week... for the Last Time?


Epic douche Steven Frischling is back in court next week for the KLM forgery/larceny case. Current status is "awaiting disposition," which means there should be some kind of judgment... on Friday the 13th. All signs point to a guilty plea, since there is no trial scheduled and he was raging after his last court appearance.

No doubt Frischling will beg for mercy and cry and claim to be a single father in order to get probation. Will the judge buy his lies and let him off?

PS Please contact The Day and ask for some coverage of the momentous occasion! The Day published two articles previously on Frischling's hilarious arrest.

http://www.theday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?url=/static/contactus.pbs


120 comments:

  1. This should prove to be a rather interesting week. Friday can't come soon enough.

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  2. Seriously, can someone in town PLEASE attend the court date and give us a full report? You could count it as community service!

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  3. I picture of him leaving court - that would be precious.

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  4. ....in shackles with a prison jump suit!

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  5. I would like to second the BEGGING of a local who can attend the hearing. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE someone go and report back.

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  6. As much as FF would love a detailed report, this could spell trouble for anyone he would recognize. No doubt Frischling will attempt to retaliate with his usual threats and harassment. But if Frischling has no idea who you are, please go.

    Everyone else, please contact the local newspaper and ask for a follow-up story!

    http://www.theday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?url=/static/contactus.pbs

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  7. Anyone know if he has posted anything about the trial or is it a secret?

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  8. The last tweet on his trial he said that he was exonerated. That was a long time ago.

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  9. This is truly unbelievable in too many ways:

    "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    @BluestMuse A 16-17 year old stoner was being annoying in Subway. He got in Bubba's face and Bubba socked him and knocked him on his @$$.
    8 minutes ago"

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  10. "Flying With Fish
    Back to tearing apart an Asian #airline's #twitter content to show why it needs to combine two country Twitterstreams into one. #smtravel
    3 hours ago"

    Who thinks for a minute that any airline, in Asia or anywhere, would hire (i.e.- pay monet to) Steven Frischling to analyze their Twitter metrics?

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  11. "Flying With Fish
    @melanierenzulli The article is great & addresses many reasons why I don't take my youngest traveling. Its not an adventure, its a nightmare
    3 hours ago"

    Oh please Steven Frischling, the reason you don't take your youngest traveling is because you are too broke to afford air travel of any kind. You pretty much haven't flown on a purchased commercial airline ticket in almost one year and yet you continue to sell yourself as an airline travel online media consultant? To quote the late Harry Morgan in his Col. Sherman T. Potter role, "Bullpuckey!"

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  12. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    @BluestMuse Even better ... the Subway manager (who is quite familiar with Bubba) said he needed a reward & gave him 2 bags of Apple slices
    37 minutes ago"

    Let's see...last week in a retail environment you feel that your son, who you publicly identify as being autistic, was discriminated against by store staff.
    This week in a retail environment, you celebrate that same son for being rewarded by store staff after he violently attacked a stranger.
    Folks, call off the contest!
    Our 2012 Parent of the Year in Steven Frischling!

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  13. Um, are you serious? So his toddler TKO'ed a teenager? That was applauded? Another tall Fish Tale. Bad boy in Coach, he cries discrimination. Bad boy in Subway, he gloats pridefully. I wonder if his wife reads this and takes offense to how much he exploits his children for attention!

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  14. Never believe ANYTHING that comes out of that guy's mouth. When on earth you are going to learn that lesson Fish?

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  15. If his kid attacks a classmate in pre-school, these Subway tweets could be really damaging. What kind of parent of an alleged special needs kid would risk opening himself up to that kind of legal action? What a great lawsuit - looking for damages by proving that Steven Frischling approved of his son being rewarded for attacking strangers in a public establishment. True legal and business genius!

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  16. "Flying With Fish
    Woo Hoo! I have managed to get a segment of #twitter stats down to the day for my #socialmedia break down of #airline engagement! #smtravel
    9 minutes ago"

    Woo Hoo! Uh, Steve-O breakdown is one word as in mental or emotional breakdown. Since we assume that you pitch the breakdown component of your crazy #socialmedia skilz to your "clients" as a high point you may want to learn to spell it correctly. Just sayin'...

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  17. In case you are looking for more anectodal evidence that skyvan Fielding is the architect of ETB, here is what he thinks is worthy of a re-tweet:

    "thenevansaid Evan Washington
    by skyvan
    What do you call a gay homeless dude? ... No homo
    3 hours ago"

    nice...

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  18. If FishFuck is telling the truth about the Subway incident, then his child is seriously, seriously disturbed. No normal 3-year-old child attacks a stranger who "gets in his face" so violently he knocks the stranger down.

    Of course, since it's FishFuck telling the story, you can be confident it never happened.

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  19. ^8:35 He's acting like he discovered something nobody else has. WTF

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  20. Someone should clue in @BluestMuse on Twitter about Fishster. You could also post a link to his Facebook photo album that shows Bubba the pre-schooler who KO's a violent, stoned teen - he never has changed the privacy on his photos from public to private.

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  21. Do not post direct links to photos of Frischling's children. Yes, the photos are readily available online, but it is not appropriate to post links here.

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  22. PS It's not the children's fault their father is a complete idiot. Think back to your childhood and imagine Steven Frischling in place of your father. Sad.

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  23. Sorry FF, I meant to say show the link to @BluesMuse to prove to her that Bubba is a pre-school aged child not capable of what SF is claiming. I wouldn't post a link or photos publicly - I think all of us agree that the children are not at fault, and you could even say they are being exploited by their father - but I would point someone in the direction of the truth.

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  24. He has two boys, correct? Are we sure "Bubba" is the toddler?

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  25. What 16-17 year old would get in the face of a toddler and what Dad would allow that to happen when he was around?

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  26. Who the hell names a kid Bubba (North of Georgia anyway)?

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  27. Answer 1) None.
    Answer 2) A chickenshit. Or a bullshiter.

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  28. My response was for 3:39

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  29. I don't believe anything that he says. I honestly don't. That's what being a career pathological liar does to your reputation.

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  30. Bubba is his nickname.

    Knowing Steven, I can guess that he really did go to Subway and witnessed some teen who annoyed him. Everything else is a figment of his imagination.

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  31. "Flying With Fish
    RT @brajit: I'm at Salt Lick Bar-B-Que (3600 Presidential Blvd, at AUS Airport, Austin) (mmm vacation & BBQ ... now I am jealous)
    4 hours ago"

    Of course you're jealous...those of us with real income producing jobs plan downtime predicated on enjoyment we can afford for our loved ones...a totally foreign concept to your state aided food stamp existence built on your unpaid tweet/blogger "professional business plan"...oh yeah, please hire me because I am non-traveling business #avgeek #smprofessional #travbizconsultant who brags about maladjusted minor progeny...#freakinbeautiful!

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  32. "Flying With Fish
    Why are well over three-quarters of the tweets on my Twitterstream about football? I hate football!!
    3 hours ago"

    Probably because your are a self-defined (dare I say delusional) #SMProfessional who couldn't buy a clue about what that means. #SMFailure #No Paying Clients
    #SMFailure #AVGeek #SMTravel #flyingwithfish #avgeek #travel #marketing #TNI #TTOT #travel #avgeek #advertising #marketing

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  33. That's funny that he claims to "hate" football because back when he was still "volunteering" with UPI he was Mr. Football Photographer. ALWAYS on the SS message board giving football shooting advice about kneepads, Mountainsmith waist packs, pink tape etc... PLEASE don't get him started on the Mountainsmith packs.

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  34. ^8:20PM He's got a thing about Subway. The other week he was tweeting about delivering Subway to Bubba's classroom. Maybe thats all he gets fed.

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  35. ^5:01 - Good Point. From an earlier tweet: "...the Subway manager (who is quite familiar with Bubba)..."

    A little confused here. He always is tweeting about his crazy cooking and baking skillz yet somehow he brags that a fast food chain store manager is "quite familiar" with his kid. Sadly, many poverty reports in the news point out how financially struggling families rely on low end fast food chains as a key component in their diet.
    But I'm going to hire him anyway because he obviously will help me mold my company's successful social media brand and messages as demonstrated by his own mercurial brand management on Tiwtter.

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  36. At least its Subway. Much healthier than the other options like Burger King or KFC.

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  37. Somehow I think the Frischling children's diet is the least of their problems.

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  38. 96 hours from now, his life will have been drastically changed.

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  39. "Flying With Fish
    Dear Genius, Putting your intent to violate the Americans With Disabilities Act in writing is a brilliant move. It makes legal action easier
    6 hours ago"

    Just like Tweeting on a public accessible Twitter account about how your son, who you describe as "autistic", attacks a stranger in a retail fast food store.

    " It makes legal action easier "

    Word

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  40. Wouldn't it be quaint if the presiding judge's orders in Stevens sentencing included a ABSITIVELY NO FREAKIN INTERNET order for the next 50 years?

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  41. Where would the fun in that be? FishFraud would perish.

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  42. Somebody please tell these guys to get a clue. Frishling is gloating about it.

    http://www.radian6.com/blog/2012/01/what-the-hashtag-7-travel-conversations-to-join-on-twitter/

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  43. These people are all tweeting about tweeting. Its all self-sustaining bullshit.

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  44. It truly is all self-sustaining bullshit. The art of self-puffery.

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  45. "Flying With Fish
    This whole waiting thing is driving me a little batty ... I think my patience is at the wall.
    7 hours ago"


    Hmmmm...wonder what he is impatiently waiting for?

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  46. Onion Headline:

    "Fish At Pretty Good Place In Its Life Right Now"


    That should change on Friday!

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  47. This is rich!

    "Flying With Fish
    Business Tip : if you owe someone $4,000 on a 1yr old invoice don't call and ask them for a quick favour to fix you business problem.
    24 minutes ago"

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  48. He can *always* remember to use the British spelling for certain words, but he cannot write an error-free sentence otherwise.

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  49. Who's asking who?! Business tip: Don't do business with Steven Frischling.

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  50. @12:42 -- that's karma for all the brides he screwed over!

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  51. Yes, "I've pissued off a lout of peouple with a lossy wourkflouw but that's behund me sou there's nothiung I caun du abote it nouw."

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  52. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    RT @JennyJohnsonHi5: It turns out, the leading cause of teenage pregnancy is the exact same leading cause of adult pregnancy. (sleeping?)
    9 hours ago"

    from the unwed father of three progeny

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  53. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    It's to cold to wake up ... Actually it was to cold to even type for the past 90 min I've been laying here
    3 hours ago"

    and it is apparently always too cold to spell too properly. but hey he's a professional you should hire because he demonstrates how a well managed #SM app can enhance your branding. #spelllikeathirdgrader

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  54. ^12:42 PM I can give some general business advice - if you receive an invoice from Steven Frischling, don't pay it. No matter what he said he did, its not worth paying a dime for.

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  55. Man, you have to know that if you have got to the point that you are asking Steven Frishling to fix a business problem, well you got problems.

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  56. Flying With Fish (@flyingwithfish)
    1/11/12 11:16 AM
    Dear @DHSgov, Now that you can officially monitor journalists & their activities ... yes, I email with airlines in Tehran & Damascus. - Fish

    First, you're not a journalist.
    Second, no one cares about you!

    What a loser!!!

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  57. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    I am thinking of writing a week worth of blog posts on flyingwithfish.com with the titles I want, like "Dear DHS, Fudge You!" Only not fudge
    2 minutes ago Favorite Retweet Reply "

    I think he means weak worth. I wonder how DHS will monitor a convicted felon posing as journalist in social media?

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  58. ^Sure, and apparently you haven't been trying to keep that a secret, so that the hell is the tweet for?

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  59. Here's a thought - it could be wildly off base, but hear me out. What if Fish was trying to antagonize the DHS to the point where they might talk to him? It will never happen because once they see how "important" he is they will ignore him. But what if in his screwed up little glob of grey matter he thinks that if he can the DHS after him (he would try the TSA but he can't afford a plane ticket to get in any sort of proximity to them) it will supercede his pending felony conviction. If SuperFish, defender of justice and liberty, stands up to the DHS (like he did with the TSA and his laptop, oh, wait, he pussed out and gave them everything they wanted), maybe people will pay attention to that instead of what happens down at the courthouse Friday.

    Just a rambling thought.

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  60. Anyone see NPPA president Sean Elliot's Facebook page? He's linking a Fish article. Elliot is a douche as well, so I would take it for what it's worth. Knowing Fish freelances for the paper that Elliot is the photo editor, I'm sure they're buds.

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sean-D-Elliot-NPPA-President/178776985490821

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  61. I can guarantee you the fish does not work for Eliot's paper

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  62. Au contraire mon FF ami, Frischling has freelanced for The Day on a number of occasions.

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  63. Yeah, I have friends there, the fish hasn't done anything for them in a long while.

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  64. "Freelancer Steven Frischling was in North Stonington for Wheeler High's graduation."
    Publication: TheDay.com
    Published 06/20/2010 12:00 AM
    Updated 06/21/2010 09:27 AM

    "Steven Frischling/Special to The Day
    Wheeler High School graduating senior Kevin Noonan 'high-fives' Liz McCusker, a senior class advisor, prior to the Wheeler High School's Commencement Ceremony, in North Stonington Friday, June 18, 2010."
    Publication: TheDay.com
    Published 06/18/2010 12:00 AM
    Updated 06/18/2010 10:27 PM

    Seems to be the last time he shot for The Day

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  65. I bet when you're the subject of news story in the crime section your chances for employment at that publication dry up.

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  66. I wonder if his father knows he is posting all kinds of details about his hospital visit and medical condition on Facebook

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  67. I have a feeling his father knows exactly what kind of loser his son is.

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  68. wonder if dad knows about the trial

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  69. Now On Flying With Fish - Where Will You Be At 3:30pm EST Today? I’m Co-Hosting #TNI On Twitter - http://bit.ly/zZeIZG

    Twitter is a great place to met fellow travelers, travel enthusiasts, travel experts and people with some great stories from their journeys … one place to meet these folks is during the weekly #TNI chat, brought to you by the folks at ZipSetGo.com, every Thursday at 3:30pm EST

    Every week #TNI, or Travelers Night In, offers up 10 questions on a specific topic, some topics are more serious than others … and this week I’ve been asked to be a co-host for a topic that is sure to bring some hilarity to the travel community … Time Travel.

    OK, there are some serious travel questions being asked this week that fit within the Time Travel motif, but there are also some great questions that will get you thinking about the convergence of travel and time.

    So, fire up your Delorean, make sure you have some plutonium for your Flux Capacitor, and be sure to start a fresh hashtag column on your TweetDeck, HootSuite, Echofone, Radian6, etc, Twitter App to follow #TNI and join in!

    If you have never participated in #TNI before, don’t worry, new comers are always welcome at their own pace and encouraged to jump right in.



    -----------------


    Steven, if you could go back in time, would you have defrauded others out of KLM's money?
    Steven, if you could go back in time, would you have delivered pictures to all your brides?
    Steven, if you could go back in time, would you have knocked up that witch 3 times?
    Steven, if you could go back in time, would you have gone to college?

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  70. Hmmm..3:30ET today, #tni on Twitter. Might be good opportunity for some FF-ers to tune in for some entertainment as SF shares his travel wisdom. Oh wait, but he doesn't travel. Wonder if the folks at ZipSetGo know that.

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  71. Tomorrow he just might become a convicted felon. I wonder how he will reconcile that with being a travel expert.

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  72. Fawk, he's doing this kind of twitter bullshit the day before his epic trail. Either this guy has balls of steel or he is in total denial.

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  73. http://www.zipsetgo.com/contact-us

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  74. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    @FlyingBrussels It is my actual JetLag remedy. Been using it for years!
    4 hours ago"

    How can you have jet lag if you haven't flown for a year?

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  75. "flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    Folks, When you spend a lot of time discussing a non-public figure you don't really know, who never talks to you ... it's creepy.
    4 hours ago"

    If you live your life on twitter and blogs, guess what? You're a public figure!

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  76. But we all know he's reading FishFraud.

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  77. I miss SF comments on this site.

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  78. I miss SF comments on sportsshooter.

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  79. ^ I don't. Some people got taken in and then there was a mess to clean up and he was putting some people at risk. Far too much energy went into righting his wrongs. Not saying you shouldn't miss it, but I personally don't.

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  80. @Flyingwithfish
    Trying to get $#!+ done while totally distracted by things out of your control, when you really need to get $#!+ done sucks.

    Distracted by things like going to jail???

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  81. Perhaps, Mr. Frischling, had you not put people in the position of claiming you stole money from them, this wouldn't be happening to you. Yet once again, you are assigning blame to the wrong party.

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  82. "Flying With Fish @flyingwithfish 3m
    Folks, if you're #SocialMedia consultant, or claim to be, pick apart you engagement by the numbers sometime. They may not be that impressive"

    But if you're a #SocialMedia consultant, it is always impressive to engage that media with a constant plethora of typo ridden tweets!

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  83. "Flying With Fish @flyingwithfish 3m
    Is a #socialmedia consultant effective if in their own personal #SM usage there are periods of zero engagement during a whole month?"

    I guess we'll find after he gets some jail time!

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  84. Maybe the social media consultant has actual work to do rather than tweet/retweet 24/7. Just saying

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  85. WTF does that tweet @ 2:28 PM even mean?

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  86. eh em, Frischling, ^^ perhaps they were busy actually working at their JOB.

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  87. I think I hurt myself falling out of my chair after reading this gem!

    "Flying With Fish
    If you claim to be a #socialmedia consultant, you should probably tweet intelligently about your industry once in a while. I'm just sayin'"

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  88. Here we go again...

    "Flying With Fish
    @AirlineReporter When the #TSA actually finds the knife I always fly with,will they add it to artfully concealed weapons? It's not concealed"

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  89. 12 hours before our Fish will be at the courthouse... what's the best guess as to how the case will end up?

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  90. Restitution, fine, probation. I don't think the state will want to expend resources to house a dip shit like Fish. My best guess is that the best satisfaction we will get will be that he will have a felony on his record.

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  91. Holy crap, my apologies for that last sentence.

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  92. It seems like he was forced to cop a guilty plea. Or else he would be headed to trial. So maybe it's been dropped to a misdemeanor. Still, guilty is guilty, and once he's officially convicted more details can be legally published, starting with the Fish mug shot.

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  93. We can only hope that a condition of the plea agreement is that he has to stay off computers for a substantial period of time. He'll have to sell his three MBP's and his iPads.

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  94. No worries 9:21, that was pretty funny.

    I've noticed an increase in tweet and bullshit activity right before court dates. It's almost like he knows he's so full of bullshit that he says these things to convince himself he has value. If he doesn't say it no no else will.

    Sometimes, Frischling, people appreciate what you can do, not what you can tweet.

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  95. You can tell SF is preoccupied with his upcoming court date, its just like getting the giggles at a funeral.... Nerves are taking over......

    Im waiting for an imaginary heart attack from the stress this has caused him. Will we get pics of that also?!

    BTW it took the last landlord 9 months to get him and that nurses aide out of the house. Nice huh?!?

    Also, I spoke with a few of my associates in the court system who will be supervising this cat.... They know all about him and this site!

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  96. It will be starting soon. I'll start the day with a bowl of froot cereal in recognition of this historic day.

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  97. Ha ha!

    flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    RT @KASRCrashSafety: @flyingwithfish Morning. Any big plans for the weekend?(probably unplanned & unfun travel)
    2 hours ago

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  98. @7:05
    did he really tweet that he is probably going to have "unplanned and unfun travel" this weekend? ha! that is too funny. what a clown. I want some of what he is smoking.

    I personally don't care if he doesn't have to spend any time in jail, all I want is a booking mugshot. that will live forever and will be emailed to every single one of frischling's so-called clients until the end of time.

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  99. ^ Could it be that he will have to serve some weekends at jail as part of his sentence?

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  100. "Flying With Fish
    @MaraLeeCourant What's a pension?"


    Steven, if you ever held a job long enough to get vested you would know that answer. " Just sayin' "

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  101. If a mug shot is released I'm making stickers so that photogs can place them on their laptops and longer lenses which will allow us to identify each other at games and big events. I'll make them sorta small and subtle but they'll be CLASSIC.

    The trick will be finding out who to mail them to. Any suggestions on how to accomplish that? I'm thinking I just set up a HotMail account and have everyone email the mailing address... the trick will be proving that I'm not Steven or Andrew trying to mine names.

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  102. Please tell me he's getting 30+ days of jail time. That would so make my day.

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  103. Any word on the outcome?

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  104. He's twittering away like a Thai hooker on twitter, so I don't know if they're in court yet.

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  105. he's been tweeting nonstop so must be waiting still.

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  106. tweeting about being on a train and bragging that he is taking a trip on a plane. maybe he's fleeing or just lying.

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  107. flyingwithfish Flying With Fish
    Any day I have an excuse to wear my @scottevest suit jacket is a good day :0)

    Gotta look your best in court Fish. Left that part out of the tweet.

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  108. "I wonder if they'll let me keep my self proclaimed TSA approved knife in my jail cell?"

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  109. No tweets for an hour....Court in session

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  110. Scottevest is another fucking lamer like Fish.

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  111. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkJqKOb0ZhY

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  112. And we're back...!

    "Flying With Fish
    Today is all smiles, just Woo Hoo! (limited exceptions apply) ... but what a day!!"

    Well, sounds like we might be disappointed but would love to know what the "limited exceptions apply" means. We're thinking restitution for sure but sounds like the felonies might have been pleaded down

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  113. He'll never learn a damn thing.

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  114. Keep in mind anything he says needs to be verified. He lies. All the time.

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  116. 1:59, you know you spelled sincerely wrong and yet were too lazy to fix it... this is better proof than a DNA test that you're Frischling's kid.

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  117. That is NOT his daughter posting above. I have Information that makes that impossible. Frischling, it's either you or your wife, but probably that Andrew guy. But 100% that is not his daughter posting that. It smells of ETB!

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  118. The comment has been deleted, as promised. Sick.

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