I'm Scott and I'm a New Yorker now living in Seattle and Bill is my oldest friend who just finished serving an almost 7 year prison sentence for selling meth.
Bill in Exile originally contained letters written between Bill and me while Bill was in prison as well as a bunch of other shit but Bill has, as of late, opted out of contributing and I've just been too lazy to change the name of the blog.
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4 Responses to “I AM NOW OFFICIALLY A CANUCKS FAN”
I use my jersey to wipe my face too, but my abs don’t look like that!
the lockout sucks. I blame the owners for signing sky high contracts and trying to use the CBA to back out of paying up. the players have the right to negotiate for whatever they can get, but the owners have the responsiblility to make deals that they can afford.
Those are great shots. Never really noticed Chris Higgins before!
Some other Vancouver Canucks worth checking out, IMHO:
Ryan Kesler – has posed shirtless in underwear for his sportswear clothing line; as well as an ‘artistic’ nude shot for which he’s taken some flak from some average-joe-type hockey fans.
Daniel and Henrick Sedin – the Sedin twins. Often photographed together. when they were younger, they looked like they were straight out of a gay xxx video.
Roberto Luongo (insert long pun here). Former head goalie to be traded to a yet to be announced team.
Alexandre Burrows – has a great smile, and when he speaks he has an adorable French Canadian accent.
At least those are the ones I notice. Living here in Vancouver, during hockey season you are inundated with the players images via local media. You can’t help but notice, even if you are not a fan!