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10-04-2006, 01:33 AM
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Originally Posted by EmptyNetter View Post
I know somebody who hosted a player. I think they'd rate the experience as a mixed bag. He was a polite kid but didn't contribute to the family -- ate a lot but didn't pitch in for groceries, was lazy about looking for a job (it's mandatory that players have one) and messy. Like adopting a 20-year old, basically.

Their oldest children (triplets) are only about 11 so it might have been easier for all involved if the age discrepancy wasn't so great.

they team pays the billets for food, pitching in for groceries, do you think a junior player has time for a job? the billets get paid ridiculously as well as recieve season tickets.

HAHA a guy i know billeted Cam Jansenn (plays for the devils). GONGSHOW.

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