Monday, December 18, 2006

RedFM Christmas Party!

Sometimes pictures say more than words ever will-I've kept some of the less respectable ones for bribe purposes as the Red Patrollers have some bad footage of me! All in all a great night and a great year at work to be fair-Happy Christmas from us all!








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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some very flexible and limber women working at Red

sarah said...

I thought ye were some what sane....

...Dear God, how wrong was I?!!

Pure Cork Boy said...

My God... those legs!!!

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mister scruff said...

jesus! did Robert "addicted to love" Palmer come back from the dead to arrange your party like??? one of those photos is class - victor looks as if he's lost in an ocean of beores...

mister scruff said...

oh by the way steve - are you going of offer podcasts of your shows sometime. i dont always catch them (being in the uk now), so it'd be great to listen to them on my new fangled SD-card enabled car hi-fi on the way to work. would be handy out for all the ipodders out there as well like.

all the best.

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