- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fisk.
“To laffs-a-minute Chris Matthews, Bin Laden didn't sound like Howard Dean, he sounded like Michael Moore, and a post-9/11 warhawk blogger who mistakes himself for a a Peacockian satirist "fisked" Bin Laden's speech to prove the terrorist mastermind is actually a Democrat in robed, bearded disguise:”
“But I want to write a separate -- yeah, separate -- post about his statement that I "fisked" that Nation article.”
“I have 'fisked' some of the more controversial passages (italics) in the piece.”
“(Though I still don't believe Carla del Ponte's organ-legging story deserves any airtime - Doug Muir fisked it ages ago.)”
“What I learned about fiskers though is that they expect to be fisked right back.”
“An agenda-driven powerhouse like Drudge and FOX can be fact-checked, fisked and found a liar easier and faster than ever before.”
“I see AdamB has put you in your place regarding your horrible ad hominem remarks. is this really the same as the "mike the original" who was fine until he couldn't answer the questions that came back to him you are fisked Mike and there is no way back. mathewP”
“Mike what on earth was that last outburst about - lavon 1954. ussliberty friendly fire accident 1967 - uss cole???????????? and 9/11 are you barking mad or have you been fisked - go and sit on your galloway and think man you seem to have really lost it now.”
“There is an appalling person over in Canada who has already been fisked by Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant.”
“I've come to some conclusions and I'm waiting for those conclusions to be comprehensively fisked, after which I can adjust my stance.”
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