Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.
1) "It's sad but I'm actually a Packers stock holder," said Ben Beadling, from Rochester, Minn., a Vikings fan. Apparently his mother-in-law bought him a stock as a sick joke. His wife Laura Manydeeds, originally from Eau Claire, is a Packers fan who now lives with her husband in Green Bay. "My dad has Packer tickets and we don't have kids yet," she joked, as they kissed before Saturday night's playoff at Lambeau Field between the Packers and Vikings. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel photo: Rick Wood
2) John Kuhn scores a touchdown in the 3rd quarter Saturday night at Lambeau Field in a playoff game against Minnesota, won by the Packers, 24-10. Journal Sentinel photo: Rick Wood.
3) Aaron Rodgers shares a light moment with Viking Adrian Peterson after Saturday night's playoff game. Journal Sentinel photo: Rick Wood.
4) A school bus stops in front of 26 angels along the roadside as it travels from Newtown, Conn., to Monroe on the first day of classes for Sandy Hook Elementary School students since the Dec. 14 shooting. Chalk Hill School in Monroe was overhauled especially for the students from the Sandy Hook School shooting. Photo: Jessica Hill / AP
5) A worker inspects armored vests designed for children at the Miguel Caballero factory on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013. Miguel Caballero, president of Miguel Caballero Company, uses a .38-caliber revolver to demonstrate the bulletproof quality of a leather jacket made at his factory. Caballero, who has made armored vests for adults for more than 20 years, said he had never thought about making bulletproof goods for children. That changed after the Dec. 14 slaying of 20 small children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. Photos by William Fernando Martinez / AP
6) Piles of debris line portions of Route 35, the main highway through the shore in Toms River N.J. Friday, Jan. 4, 2012. Congress voted to approve aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy, but many shore residents were angry it took lawmakers so long to act following the Oct. 29 storm. Photo: Wayne Parry / AP
7) Members of Congress applaud as Republican Sen. Mark Kirk of Illinois walks up the east steps of the Senate on Jan. 3 with assistance from Democratic Senator Joe Manchin from West Virginia, left, and Vice President Joe Biden. In the year since he had a major stroke, Sen. Mark Kirk has taken his recovery one step at a time. On Thursday, the Illinois Republican took 45 more – climbing the stairs to the Senate’s front door while colleagues cheered him on. Photo: Michael Reynolds / EPA
8) Women hold placards as they join others in a march past a metro station undergoing construction during a rally organized by Delhi's chief minister protesting for justice and security for women, in New Delhi on Jan. 2. The ashes of the Indian student who died after being gang-raped were scattered in the Ganges river on Tuesday as reports of more attacks stoked a growing national debate on violence against women. The death of the 23-year-old woman, who has not been named, prompted street protests across India, international outrage and promises from the government of tougher punishments for offenders. Photo: Adnan Abidi / Reuters
9) Kiyomura Co's employees push a cart carrying a 222 kg (489 lbs) bluefin tuna outside Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013. Kiyomura Co's President Kiyoshi Kimura, who runs a chain of sushi restaurants, won the bid for the tuna with a record of 155.4 million yen ($1.76 million) at the fish market's first tuna auction this year. Photo: Toru Hanai / Reuters
10) Zoo keeper Zuzana Matyasova poses with penguins during the annual cataloguing of animals at the London Zoo. Photo:Luke Macgregor / Reuters
11) Stanford's Kevin Danser celebrates after winning this year's Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1 in Pasadena, Calif. Stanford beat Wisconsin, 20-14. Photo: Harry How / Getty Images
12) Austria's Wolfgang Loitzl soars through the air during his competition jump of the third stage of the four hills ski jumping tournament during foggy weather in Innsbruck, Austria, on Jan. 4. Photo: Matthias Schrader / AP
13) Dressed in 19th century Japanese fire fighting uniform, a member of the Edo (Tokyo) Firemanship Commemoration Association performs on a bamboo ladder for a New Year's celebration event outside a Tokyo department store on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. The popular traditional firefighters' stunt attracts New Year shoppers to the department store every year. Photo: Yoshikazu Tsuno / AFP - Getty Images
14) Sydney Festival's giant Rubber Duck installation, Darling Harbour, Australia on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2013. This is the latest incarnation of artist Florentijn Hofman's famous oversized toy which measures 15m high and 18m wide and has been commissioned especially for this year's Sydney Festival. Photo: Damian Shaw / EPA
15) The parents, at right, of a newly married man wear costumes and make-up in accordance with a local custom as they sit next to the parents of the bride at a wedding in Xianyang city in China's Shaanxi province on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013. The "Nao Gong Po" custom teases the groom's parents by having them wear ugly costumes and make-up in the belief it helps them improve their affinity with others, according to Reuters. The Chinese characters on the placards read "I want to have a grandson" (left) and "I want to wash diapers" (right). The bride is seen in the background. Photo: Rooney Chen / Reuters
16) Participants carrying burning barrels of tar on their heads parade through Allendale, northern England on Monday, December 31, 2012. Dating back to 1858, 45 barrel carriers called Guisers parade through the town balancing whiskey barrels weighing 35 pounds filled with burning tar on their heads. The barrels are used to light a bonfire at midnight in the town center while spectators and participants shout "Be damned to he who throws last". Photo: Nigel Roddis / Reuters
17) A man competes in the 'Knut Christmas Tree Throwing Championship' on Jan. 5, in Berlin, Germany. Photo: Joerg Carstensen / AFP - Getty Images
18) Confetti is dropped on revelers at midnight during New Year celebrations in Times Square in New York January 1, 2013. Photo: Gary Hershorn / Reuters
19) A worker clears confetti from a sidewalk in Times Square after midnight on New Years Tuesday Jan. 1, 2013, in New York. With fireworks, concerts and celebrations from Hong Kong to New York, revelers welcome 2013 with hope for a better future after a year that thudded to a close with a disastrous storm, gun violence, and talk of economic turmoil from a looming fiscal cliff. This will be the first Times Square countdown in decades without Dick Clark, who died in April, and was honored with a tribute concert and his name printed on pieces of confetti. Photo: John Minchillo / AP
20) Trash after the New Year's eve night is seen on Jan. 1, 2013 in Duesseldorf, western Germany. Photo: Martin Gerten / AFP - Getty Images
21) Revelers hold glasses of champagne while swimming in the chilly water during the annual swim in Lake Geneva, Switzerland, on New Year's day on Jan. 1, 2013. Photo: Jean-christophe Bott / EPA
22) With temperatures around 8 degrees Celsius (46 degrees Fahrenheit), a man plays in the surf, with some thousands celebrating the New Year by jumping into the North Sea during the traditional New Year's Dive in Ostend, Belgium, Saturday Jan. 5, 2013. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
23) A sand sculpture entitled "Atlantis" carved by Sandis Kondis and Sue McGrew is seen at the Under the Sea sand sculpture exhibition at the Frankston waterfront on January 5, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. Sand sculptures created by a team of Australian and international artists will be on display until April 28, 2013. (Photo by Graham Denholm/Getty Images)
24) Macy Essick, 3, watches as her paper snowflake is unfolded by Susan Holland as her sister, Dylan, 6, works on a creation of her own during an event on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 at the Alamance County Arts Counsel in Graham, N.C. to create the snowflakes in memory of the victims of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting. (AP Photo/Burlington Times-News, Scott Muthersbaugh)
A photo of a drunk man duct-taped to his seat after he attacked a woman and screamed their plane was about to crash has gone global, after a fellow passenger posted it online.
The photo was posted on Tumblr by passenger Andy Ellwood, who wrote about the incident on his own account.
They were on a New York-bound intercontinental flight from Iceland to JFK.
Ellwood recalled: "(Passenger) drank all of his duty free liquor on the flight from Iceland to JFK yesterday."
"When he became unruly, (i.e. trying to choke the woman next to him and screaming the plane was going to crash), fellow passengers subdued him and tie him up for the rest of the flight. He was escorted off the flight by police when it landed."
The man, who remains unknown, was arrested when the plane touched down.