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The Overnightscape #666 (Wednesday, November 21, 2007 / 3:33:00 / 97.7 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Investigating the topic of 666 and Devil / Satan / Lucifer / Antichrist, three-digit numbers, evil topics, secret project update, stopping the daily shows for now, show formats, update on the new art in the “Corridor of Losers”, visit to the zoo, the Ron Paul rally in Philadelphia, national debt, The Constitution, MadPlayer switch, 666 – The Number of the Beast – downgraded to 616?, Stok website, partial movie review (“Jetsons: The Movie” (1990)), The Bible, concepts of the devil, ancient Greek gods, “wine, women and song”, “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll”, dual nature of humanity, the pleasures of the flesh, evil devil worshippers, elite secret society shadow governments, spirituality, similarities in many religions, supernatural beings, deals with the devil, Christianity, reincarnation, living a life is hard work, a spiritual awakening earned, atheism, reptilian aliens, ancient Atlantis, 1998 = 666 x 3, 10th wedding anniversary, cool audio piece (“The Evil Farm (Distilled Highlights)”), hanging out with juvenile delinquents in 1987, Frank’s guest appearance on The Paunch Stevenson Show, the closing of classic video game arcade “Fun n’ Games” at the Willowbrook Mall in Wayne, NJ, band name (“King Creosote”) probably based on a comedy piece from the National Lampoon Radio Hour, a message from the Ron Paul campaign, listener audio (Ranger Craig from Alcatraz – Comets Halley and Kohoutek), 1961 JFK speech “The President and the Press” where he talks about secret societies, the “Antichrist” in conspiracy theories, bloodlines, sea beasts, sneakiness, the nature of secrecy, global warming, North American Union, a song from 1915 which has Satan in it – “Gasoline Gus and his Jitney Bus”, the Fatty Arbuckle scandal, cognac, cool middle name “Conkling”, clips from silent films, interesting ad in Bust Magazine (Black Phoenix Alchemy Labs – Neil Gaiman perfumes benefiting the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and The Orangutan Foundation UK), no-www.org, good website, putting metal in a microwave oven (fork in pasta), the new fork concept, Mr. Jesse the Cat, a set of pasta objects, safety is rule one, another chair has died, ripped metal, chemtrails versus persistent contrails, cool item review (“Magnetic Golf Ball Massagers”), Pylones, magnetism affecting computer monitors, degauss, thought I lost my Oakley sunglasses, Frank and his saffron umbrella, snowing, remembering the Starbucks Chantico drink from 2005, Starbucks Caramel Apple Spice, Starbucks with weird gold statues and waterfall, sugar-free hot chocolate, hot Dr. Pepper, shoe review (“Dr. Martin’s Zack Elastic Slip-On Shoe”), shoes that suck, the “Dr. Martin’s Boots” song from classic British comedy TV show “The Young Ones”, Alexei Sayle, Cruel Shoes, mini ruler as cutting tool, wearing band-aids on your Achilles tendon, quick music album notes (“Red Carpet Massacre” by Duran Duran, “Music of the Spheres” by Mike Oldfield), Duran Duran instrumentals (“Tel Aviv”, “Faith in This Colour”, “Tiger Tiger”, “Tricked Out”), “Herculani” update, Gallitzin State Park in Pennsylvania, video game news (Wii “Super Mario Galaxy”, PS2 “King of Fighters XI”, iPod “Phase”, “Ticket To Ride Online”), book review (“1929 Johnson Smith & Co. Catalogue”), Jean Shepherd, Anton LaVey, punchboards, gray areas, hypnopompic phrase (child star “Cliffy Pfoffy”), dream review (“Komodo Dragon / Cats”, “Return to College / Red and Black Blimps”, “Beatles Band Meeting / Fake Paul McCartney”), whispering a secret to you, the book “The Secret” in Independence Visitors Center gift shop, selfishness, exploring the topic of “Monster Parties”, song “Monster Mash” (1962), Frankenstein, Dracula, Wolfman, movie “Mad Monster Party?” (1967), pinball machines “Elvira and the Party Monsters” (1989) and “Monster Bash” (1998), Internet Pinball Database, balsam fir incense, Frank’s Frankenstein costume, Martha Stewart, The Mummy, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Abbott & Costello, “Van Helsing”, cartoon series “Groovy Goolies”, vague monsters, childhood stickers, Tonka toys, TV series “Monster Squad”, children’s television in the 70s, the Mr. Show “Monster Parties” sketch, Mad Metal musical interlude, NYC audio (“666 Fifth Avenue”), NBA Store, Top of the Sixes, aluminum exterior, The Grand Havana Room, DC Comics, getting the show to 3:33:00, the saffron umbrella again, “it could be worse”, and a happy ending on the bus. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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