When Cynthia and I took our European vacation in 2005 we decided to take William the Sheep and take pictures of him in front of various sites we visited.

In fact, he has his own subject tag here at baldheretic.com as well as his own photo gallery.

We have every intention of taking him on our next vacation for more photo opportunities.

As I was vanity searching on the web I found an interesting site. It’s an online Russian real estate magazine. One particular issue happens to jump out at me…


That’s William in the hotel bed in Paris.

I know I am usually pissed off when I see someone hot-linking or stealing one of my images…
But this is kind of cool.

You can see the original at www.sob.ru/issue242.html

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5 thoughts on “William

  • November 29, 2006 at 1:25 pm


    You take this little ambiguous photo one day. Doesn’t mean a whole lot. No big deal. Then you see it on the cover of a Russian publication. The biggest question is how in the hell did you find it. I am not sure what I would even be looking for that would even remotely bring me across this particular item. You, sir, are a genius.

  • November 29, 2006 at 2:13 pm

    I don’t even know where to begin. Of all places for William to be found. And under the Commercial Properties section! Seems like William has some business travel on the side.

    Why, just the other day I saw him at a petroleum technology convention going by the name ‘Vasily’

  • December 13, 2006 at 3:49 pm

    Russian Hotels Expect Tourist Boom
    William ‘the sheep’ Vasily brokers deal with Russian government to build 248 new hotels by 2010. William, also thought to be behind the Russian state gas monopoly Gazprom’s deal securing major stake in the multi-billion dollar Sakhalin-2 project from Shell, was unavailable for comment…

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