#1

Its hard to believe its almost 2 years since we lost the greatest irish man of modern time but yet nothing has been done to remember him, 2fm didnt even do a tribuite for the first anniversary of his death last year. I think the may bank holiday monday should become an annual day of rememberance for him.

Spacedog Registered User
#2

lol

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telekon Registered User
#3

Lottie?

old hippy Banned
#4

I'd like to see a statue erected of him in Dublin City Centre. Outside The Bailey where I first had the pleasure of meeting him all those years ago.

Greenman Registered User
#5

The Zohan strikes back said:
Its hard to believe its almost 2 years since we lost the greatest irish man of modern time but yet nothing has been done to remember him, 2fm didnt even do a tribuite for the first anniversary of his death last year. I think the may bank holiday monday should become an annual day of rememberance for him.


Is that you Gerry?

coylemj Registered User
#6

This is a man who killed himself by abusing illegal drugs and you want to hold him up as a model for future generations?

The Zohan strikes back said:
..... the greatest irish man of modern time


You must be joking.

europa11 Registered User
#7

Greenman said:
Is that you Gerry?


DanWall Registered User
#8

I never thought of him as great, he always seemed to turn his conversations to smut, not a great example to our young.

dvcireland Registered User
#9

telekon said:
Lottie?
stuck on a crossword, the clue is patronage bestowed or favoritism shown on the basis of family relationship, as in business and politics or radio

N?pot??m

any ideas?

#10

dvcireland said:


N?pot??m



No it wasn't pot, it was cocaine that got him.

#11

I miss his radio show, Tubs and Hayes are no match at all.

Rebelheart Banned
#12

The Zohan strikes back said:
Its hard to believe its almost 2 years since we lost the greatest irish man of modern time


Yes indeed, Gerry Ryan was up there with Aodh Mór Ó Néill, Mícheál Ó Coileáin and John Hume.

DEFTLEFTHAND Registered User
#13

A bit of a watered down Howard Stern wannabe, but that was a good thing in my book. Hard to believe its been nearly 2 years already.

todolist Registered User
#14

I listened to his show every morning at work.He was a superb broadcaster.I miss him and haven't bothered tuning in to 2fm since his loss.

#15

A discussion about G Ryans radio show is most welcome but that's all that is to be discussed. Failing that I'll close the thread

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