Thursday, May 28, 2015

Shane Shane Shane

Ran into Shane Victorino last night outside of Rouge on Rittenhouse Square, where he was hanging unmolested. I asked him about PETA's plea that he renounce the Hawaiian delicacy Spam musubi. He chuckled and said, "It is what it is." Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m.at the Forman Mills on Grant Avenue, east of Roosevelt Boulevard, Victorino will autograph Phillies gear purchased at the store.Expect no crowds or anything.

Shane Shane Shane

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Ran into Shane Victorino last night outside of Rouge on Rittenhouse Square, where he was hanging unmolested. I asked him about PETA's plea that he renounce the Hawaiian delicacy Spam musubi. He chuckled and said, "It is what it is." Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m.at the Forman Mills on Grant Avenue, east of Roosevelt Boulevard, Victorino will autograph Phillies gear purchased at the store.Expect no crowds or anything.

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