He shoots, he scores.

"My tits just went 'Ahhhhh,' " she says, before capably handling the crush of the bar crowd.

Once Bill gets to the lobster and meat portion of the raffle, the scene grows a little surreal. Men sitting at the bar with eight-pound lobsters squirming in beer boxes. Women with raffle tickets spread out before them like Bingo cards at the local church.

Through it all, Big Bill remains a calming influence. "In the event of a crash," he says, "please grab the fattest drunk you see and use them as a flotation device."

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