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by J. C. Corcoran

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J.C. Corcoran was a fixture on St. Louis radio waves off and on throughout the '80s and '90s, managing to offend people of all walks of life. This is a memoir of his radio times in St. Louis, which memorably includes the time in 1987 when he hired a plane with a banner to buzz Busch Stadium during a Cards-Mets game, saying "93.7 KSD J.C. SAYS THE METS ARE POND SCUM!" At the time, this was pretty much true. Corcoran was a never-boring bad boy of radio who often overstepped the bounds of propriety. These memoirs are, of course, often self-serving, but also often self-deprecating. The most intriguing section was toward the end when he gave candid pocket summaries of his impressions of many of the stars, musicians, celebrities and actors he interviewed over the years. ( )
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