Kris Fisher



‘Tis the Season to be Phlegmy

‘Tis the Season to be Phlegmy

It’s Friday night. I just finished DJing the anniversary party for the Young Professionals of Augusta. As I’m winding up the power cords for my lights, my phone rings. It’s my mother-in-law who is babysitting or kids. “Kris, I hate to bother you but No. 4 is crying hysterically and saying that he can’t breathe… […]

My Life Without Radio

My Life Without Radio

This Friday (the 14th) marks the one-year anniversary of my last day on the radio. My last day on Augusta radio was exactly one month before that. If you’re one of the few who still don’t know the story of the end of my radio career, I wrote about it in the spring. Check metrospirit.com […]

Rock the Vote!

Rock the Vote!

So this was election week and, as usual, I left the polling booth feeling dirty. I always go into the voting process feeling very optimistic, much like I felt when I first reached the voting age. I felt like I was part of something. We always hear the people encouraging us to vote: “Make a […]

Oh, The Horror! Part II: The Horror LIVES!

Oh, The Horror! Part II: The Horror LIVES!

Halloween is here and it is one of my favorite holidays of the year. Anyone who knows me knows that I only eat candy corn during the month of October. And I eat lots of it! There is an exception: If the candy corn was acquired while trick-or-treating then it can be consumed in November. […]

Oh, The Horror!

Oh, The Horror!

At the beginning of this month, I promised to include a horror movie review with each week’s column. The next week I missed my deadline. The week after, I forgot to include it. Fail. This week, I’m playing catch-up. Here are three horror movie reviews: 1. “The Grudge”: I’ve seen “The Grudge” at least 10 […]

We’re Movin’ On Up

We’re Movin’ On Up

In case you didn’t notice, last week my column was not a part of the Metro Spirit. It wasn’t omitted on purpose. It wasn’t because of content or room. I simply forgot to write it. Yep. Forgot. I forgot because I was moving. The wife and I bought our first home recently and you would […]

Playing Second Fiddle Ain’t All That Bad

Playing Second Fiddle Ain’t All That Bad

My family got a surprise visit recently. It happened two Sundays ago. It was my daughter’s birthday. I’m enjoying the opening series of what would end up being a harsh Falcons loss to the Bengals… *Bing* My wife’s text alert goes off. “Uhhhhhhhhh,” she says. I bite. “What?” She continues, “Bio Dad is in Georgia. […]

This Is Going to Hurt Me More Than it Hurts You

This Is Going to Hurt Me More Than it Hurts You

In case you’ve been under a rock, the issue of spanking children has been front and center again this week. NFL star Adrian Peterson is the subject of some investigations concerning his decision to spank his 4-year-old child with a switch. There are several details about the case that could fill up this entire column, […]

Ten Things I’ve Learned About My Married Self

Ten Things I’ve Learned About My Married Self

This week marks the third anniversary for me and my wife. Not long compared to many people. But for a guy who never planned on ever getting married, it’s not too shabby. Marriage teaches you lots of things. But, I only have this one little corner of the Spirit. So I figured I could share […]