Beaver Shots: Harrison Ford loves old Canadian Beaver

Our serial killers are prettier

It’s true, and who can blame him?

Grizzled heartthrob of the Pacemaker set Harrison Ford has admitted in an interview with David Letterman that there is nothing he likes better than grabbing the stick, taking control of his favorite Canadian Beaver (vintage ’59) and heading into the bush. He likes it in the rough.

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16 thoughts on “Beaver Shots: Harrison Ford loves old Canadian Beaver

  1. Sometimes old beaver is the best kind. I’ve got photos of a 1954-vintage Beaver that’ll kill you. It’s all dripping and crud covered . . . .

    Bad part is, I listening more to Ford’s description than Letterman’s comments. Guess I’m getting old too . . . .

  2. Glad you liked it.

    FYI if your name already links to your blog it’s not considered quite quite to also drop your link in the comment, so I removed it.

  3. I saw your post in my Blog Surfer and had to drop by. “Our Killers are prettier!” OMGoodness! Just seeing her face makes me cringe. F*en B*ioch should still be locked up!

  4. Shhh, I’m trying to set her up with another famous Canadian nutbar. It’s well-known that she likes brunettes, and she’s got some money so I figure she’s got a shot. They deserve each other.

  5. No, I’m setting her up with a former SFU student who appears to have her name on Google Alerts. Either that or she really IS a demon, because saying her name causes her to manifest.

  6. I could try to see if they’re interested in a threesome. I think it would appeal to anonymous-former-SFU-student-nutjob. She’s a right-winger.

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