'Poison Ivy' perhaps Uncle Mic. I was a fan of Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs, back then. Saw them in concert around 1970 at ye olde Sydney Stadium, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney.Pretty sure it was Scott's at "The Show" too. Or the woodfired ones near the woodchop.
I remember they sold 'Scotts' meat pies at the Stadium, forgot to mention them. Scotts Pies were pretty popular, like Billy.
re meat pies
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Thank you.Yeah, sometimes it just happens.
Funny really isn't it how you can grow to consider people friends that you've only met once or twice, or sometimes never.
Though for some reason I tend to find people who haven't met me are more likely to like me than those who have met me. No idea why thoughHMMMM, I am pretty sure I liked you better after I met you, no idea why though.
Maybe our wives can tell us.
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