18 Apr 12. I'm betting that the majority of you on this mailing can remember telephone booths, those upright rectangular boxes that contained a land line telephone, hopefully a telephone book listing all the personal and business numbers and addresses for the local area, and a door that closed to give you privacy. Those of you under 20 years of age likely have no idea about which I'm talking. but stay with me. When Jan and I were kids there were two radio stations in Seattle to which teenagers listened and those were KOL, the hard rock station, and KJR, the soft rock / folk music station. Of the two, KJR was by far the preferred station, and it boasted the best of the DJs of the time. In the early 60s KJR featured two DJs that were very well known, Lan Roberts and Pat O'Day. Pat went on to become a VERY big name in the music business and still is today. Lan was definitely on drugs when we were listening to him, and I suspect that Pat was also but to a lesser degree. But they were a great team, with Lan hosting the 0600 - 0900 morning show and Pat the 1500 - 1800 spot. The two were VERY political, and took on the Seattle "establishment" with their created heroine Wonder Woman who was constantly exposing the corruption in Seattle government. Way ahead of their time, they took on the biggest players in the city exposing them to daylight even when the local press - imagine that - wouldn't touch the material. A local home maker as I recall, their heroine would slip into a phone booth, switch clothes, and exit as Wonder Woman to correct all the wrongs in the city. She was active on both time slots, and often her escapades required both shows to fully expose the city's crime. Now that we no longer have phone booths it appears the governmental crime on all levels is exponentially increasing, which, it seems to me to be, if nothing else, a cry for a return to good old land lines and phone booths on every corner. ISO 200; 1/100 sec @ f / 9.