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The Overnightscape #699 (Tuesday, May 6, 2008 / 3:14:00 / 88.9 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: The end of an era, looking across the room at something new, The 700 Club, area code 699, 5th Anniversary, The Overnightscape Underground – Day 2, New Jersey, Episode 700, televangelists, Amanda Bearse, Japanese can of coffee review (Roots – “Colombia Adulto”, “Bitstyle Custom Blend”, “White Brazil”, “Simba Wind”), candy review (“Limited Edition Snickers Charged”), the smell of Magic Marker, jiggle the mouse, screenshot, coughing up coffee, uninspired rhinoceros picture, the heat of your flesh, lime meringue, Japan Tobacco Inc., Senoby, Deep Harmony, 1977 miniseries “Roots”, TV watching in the 70s, making coffee, fonts, a lion breeze, The Mexican, del.icio.us, learning pills, Toy Tokyo, Glyos System, St. Marks, Bottle of Things, toy review (“Tokidoki Cactus Pups”), heart and crossbones, a girl in a cactus costume, a sausage character, Hello Kitty, Japanese toy review (Re-Ment Puchi Petite Collections – “Re-Ment Sushi Bar – I Want To Eat Sweet Grilled Egg”, “Office Lady’s Life – foot bath”, “Fruits & Vegetables – tomatoes and lettuce”), toy body powder, cartoon lettuce character, Japanese market bathroom, The Iron Fairies, naughty fairies, the new stuff – plans for episode 700 and beyond, the new logo redesign, infinite recursion, black and yellow color schemes, soap review (“The Iron Fairies” sample, Lush “Demon In The Dark”), Sabon, online soap reviews, field audio – a walk to Target to buy a belt, Clifton Commons, episode 700, Boiling Springs Savings, big brown mushroom on a hump of earth, pansies and pesticide, crossing the street, show length, sirens, walking through a park, getting towards a darker time, new logo, buying a belt, a dark figure, falling toward the roadway, scaredogs, Canadian geese, AMC Theater arcade, Need For Speed Underground, festival with tons of cops, 2 forms of ID, gazebo, tree dedication, cherry blossoms, drizzle, Barnes & Noble, giant cookie, iced americano, mallards, restroom confusion, used video games, doing normal things, candles, a little side way, Jeep, this is now, Life Water, a school field, rabbits on their own, birds, wind, local politics, leaders, denial, community billboard, fascinated by normality, shower report, a vision of a pond, black wax, imagining a life without mint, After Death hot sauce, neo-darwinian macro-evolution, religion and politics, Ben Stein movie “Expelled”, intelligent design, fights on Twitter, thoughts of a rail adventure, Galleria at Crystal Run mall, bad areas, lack of vehicle, Mall Memory Series, “huge” garage sale, Herb Alpert LPs, playing cards review (“Jacob’s Bible Cards”), Japanese book update, damaged book discount, Safecracker pinball (1996), home arcades, Garth Brooks song “Unanswered Prayers”, Barnes & Noble, Multimedia 1.0, combines Coldstone Creamery / Soupman, Japanese way of handing you change, the ABM Show booth at PodCamp NYC 2007, video game “Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection” on PS2, movie “Tilt: The Battle to Save Pinball”, the pinball emulation scene, Doctor Who, deus ex machina, Billie Piper, music review (album “Gala” by Lush (1990)), Miki Berenyi, “We Miss Miki”, “Desert Island Discs” from the old Tower Records “Pulse Magazine”, Little Frankie Nora songs from the 1987 “Bicentennial Cane” album (“Ending The Era With Calm Music”, “Come Again”, “How Do You Feel About The Job?”, “The Report”, “Going Off”), crappy old batteries, NomadiBasement, fake companies, TV game show “Scrabble”, Heather Graham, Twin Peaks, Sherilyn Fenn, new theory of show notes, origami airplanes, TV on the radio, end of analog TV transmissions, raw show notes, one shrimp still alive in the EcoSphere, Jack Daniels Racing T-shirt, uses for a Frisbee, Wyoming quarter, girl eating chocolate-covered strawberry, pinball games, Oakley Mars sunglasses, PodGlo audio comment system, and the roller disco in basement. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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