Nothing gets Barry Penner’s grin a-grinnin’ wider than disturbingly specific (larger size to the right in case you can’t read it above) oversized novelty cheques for marine sani pump-out stations. It was just going to be for $100,000 even, but the sign they are standing in front of cost about 600 bucks, and then they went out for lunch.
Barry Penner hands Leo Facio an oversized novelty cheque direct from the BC government’s oversized novelty chequebook. To keep the event from being too serious, Barry Penner wears a T-shirt. Of course, he still keeps his dress shirt and tie on. He is a professional, after all.