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- Jack Karitsis on “The Moving Van” is gathering momentum! Hello, love listening to your nightly show! Especially the top 40 classics. Was interested in obtaining a list of the top ... more
- Mike Howely on Peter Ponders Manners G'day Peter. Yes, manners are just as impotant as ever - your Dad was right. Lovely as always to hear you & the great music. ... more
- Rhonda on Peter Ponders Manners Dear Peter, I always enjoy the music and the comments you make. Ihope you have settled in well.Best wishesRhonda. more
- Carol Cain on Peter Ponders Manners Peter,Manners/respect are fast diminishing. To the young and at times not so young they don't mean a thing. Many times I ... more
- margie on The Moving Van! Peter great to hear you back on air.How did the move go all unpack yet?? take careMargie more
- Gary Mitchell on The Moving Van! About shifting house. One four letter word for you. DON'T. UI haVE MADE UP MY MIND THAT THIS IS THE LAST TIME i AM MOVING SO ... more
- Marion Waters on The Moving Van! Hi peter, I jhave moved house more times than I like to remember. The first thing I do is go around to stores and ask them ... more
- margie on The Moving Van! Been there, be brave when it comes to sorting and packing.Have a give away box to local op shop a throw way box and a ... more
- Janet Wailes on The Moving Van! Hi Peter,Sounds like you've made a good start by roping in ..... errrrr .... getting your son to help. The next move is to ... more
- Cheryl Donald on The Moving Van! Peter, the best hint that I could give is to label every box with the contents and to pack a box with kettle, tea, coffee ... more
- Mrs Lynette Allen on The Moving Van! Dear Peter,I enjoy listening to Magic 1278 n yr choice of music. About shifting house - Start at the very beginning -a very ... more
Peter Ponders Manners
Do you thing manners a thing of the past or alive an well with all generations? Tell us what you think!
I find it so refreshing when out and about in the world at large, that sometimes strangers will smile and say “Good Morning” and will remember to say please and thank you.
This reminds me of a story my late Father once told me and It goes like this...
My Dad once owned a news agency and he told me on some days when he felt like a little devilry with customers, the encounter would go like this...
Dad (g rasping the customer’s hand in his, and saying with a BIG SMILE on his face and ever so nicely): “Please?”
Dad said "what usually followed was the customer’s mouth would open and close just like a gold fish!"
He told me he always found it highly amusing and then he reminded me “good manners cost NOTHING."
Guess who has instilled manners and being gracious to number one son?
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G'day Peter. Yes, manners are just as impotant as ever - your Dad was right. Lovely as always to hear you & the great music. Keep smiling. MikeMike Howely Tuesday 29 May, 2012 - 2:46 PM
Dear Peter, I always enjoy the music and the comments you make. Ihope you have settled in well.Best wishes
Rhonda.Rhonda Sunday 13 May, 2012 - 3:06 PM
Peter,Manners/respect are fast diminishing. To the young and at times not so young they don't mean a thing. Many times I see the kids of today and at times their parents not respecting the elderly on public transport, which is think is disgusting. It is one of my gripes of today. Cheers.Carol Cain Wednesday 4 April, 2012 - 12:00 PM