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Wed, 22 Jan Dear Debbie, I was doing some research when I came across your website, Its just wonderful to see so much interesting stuff about 2SM and Ian MacRae, I was one of the crazy people who used to ring him up and tell him jokes etc. My pseudonym was "Mister Park". I got the "Good News Week" theme going when I rang him one morning complaining about all the bad news at newstime, I suggested using Hedgehoppers annonymous" It's Good News Week" and also suggested getting the listeners to ring in with good news stories. I have a record by the Rooty Hill R. Another character I remember around that time was "Ken Tuckey" the real estate man, he was very funny as was the Hon Nick etc. I was a 2SM addict too! Fri, 24 Jan Hi Debbie, Ron E was kind enough to forward the link to your website to me after I emailed him with my requests from the 70's!!! What a brilliant effort! I'm so jealous that you actually went in to the 2SM building and met the DJs! One of my friends from school had a huge crush on Alan Steele, she used to ring him when he was on night shift and talk to him for hours! She went in and met him once, she was underage though! Not sure what the nuns thought of it! He's supposed to be coming out this April Enmore Theatre but nothing confirmed yet. I'll be there front and centre. I remember the night some idiot threw a can at the Opera House stage and knocked out Doc Neeson, and Molly coming out and announcing that there would be no more concerts because of it. I used to listen to 2SM as much as possible, and long into the night, especially when Ron E was on night shift. I must have taped it off the radio one morning. Remember his other songs, like Wran's Our Man, he understands, what a gullible lot you are! And that other one to the tune of Living Next Door to Alice? I wish I could remember the words to that one. He and Ian Macrae were so funny. Do you remember listening to the Rocktober theme song and waiting for the name of your suburb to come up? I even had a dark navy felt hat too, just like your black one! Wasn't the 70's just the greatest vibe? I had the best time. Even now, when I go into a record shop I end up coming out with a best of some seventies act, like Steely Dan, or Chicago, or 10cc. I didn't have any money back then because I was in high school, so I'm making up for it now. Occasionally you see JPY in the gig guide too, but I haven't seen him for years. I still love going to see live music, and luckily some of my friends have stayed the same too, so I've always got some company. Just loved your website.
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