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.
Some of what this site contains IS DEFINITELY NOT work safe and some of it may not be appropriate for those under 18 years of age. Navigate away if you have doubts. And if I've used an image for which you hold the rights and wish me to remove it or credit it please send me a POLITE email and I will be more than happy to do so.
The one on the right looks like a Navy rifle marksmanship ribbon and the one on the left is the National Defense Service Ribbon aka The Firewatch Ribbon. Which almost everyone in the Navy and Marine Corps gets for simply completing bootcamp ie., not getting caught sleeping on firewatch.
When you read the “war” on someone’s chest you always read it from the top to bottom left to right in hierarchy. Thus top left as you look at it is for the highest award, while bottom right is for things like this guy’s Navy marksmanship ribbon or medals issued by foreign governments.