Friday, January 13, 2012

It's Friday the 13th!

Lying blogger/forger/thief Steven Frischling is in court today... what will the sentence be?

Court date was scheduled for 10 am EST, but he's been blathering like an idiot all day on Twitter (like usual). Just now (a little after noon) he's finally shut up. He must be in court. Oh, the excitement!

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  1. Not to mention that his latest blog post is a grammatical disaster. http://boardingarea.com/blogs/flyingwithfish/2012/01/13/you-can-help-airlines-return-your-lost-bags-to-you/

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  2. he's been silent 40 minutes now... Any lawyers out there? How long does this kind of hearing take?

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  3. Wonder how long it took him to blow the dust off his luggage before he photographed it for his new blog post?

    Oh Great One Who Doesn't Travel, please share more of your wisdom about how to label our luggage.

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  4. So how long until we hear the disposition? DO we have someone inside?

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  5. this is hilarious. The best part is... if Fish is forced to cop a guilty plea, he will HAVE to admit what he did. No more lies and excuses.

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  6. the very first line of his latest blog post makes absolutely no sense...

    "Lost baggage is not fun for anyway."

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  7. I called the clerk's office. No update yet, case hasn't been called. Court still in session.

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  8. If you're going to hire a technically savvy, multi-computer using, award winning experienced social media journalist consultant expert, be sure you only hire the best proffessionul...profesionel...prufesshonal...money can buy.

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

    posted at 2:28 EST

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  10. sounds like he avoided jail time

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  11. That fucker didn't get it dismissed, did he?

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  12. There's no way it would be dismissed. It sounds like he was fearing jail time and did not get it so is celebrating. If it was dismissed he would be tweeting about victory.

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