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The Overnightscape #688 (3/6/08)

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The Overnightscape #688 (Thursday, March 6, 2008 / 2:03:00 / 56.5 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Going on a “Rail Adventure” today, going down some strange streets, what will happen in five hours after riding on four different trains, secret pathway, a hill overlooking another street, the adventure plan, train tickets, highway in the distance, Ninja Drive, a snowman, PATH train system changing, heavy traffic, changing the batteries, feather on my shoe, black clothes, pants ripping apart, walking in mud, travelling light, convenience store, lip balm, jumping over a snowbank, menacing stormcoulds in the distance, scaredogs in the cemetary, Disney theme park MP3s, Frank calls his brother John, Immodium boxes, unexpected person, vague memories, Bawls Buzz mints, confusion of streets, big wind chimes, pub, Delawanna Station, ITC Benguiat, headlines, ticket decision, business card, train shelter, bicycle story, diarrhea, tangled audio tape in the chain link fence and weeds, train arrives, snow, drunken and loud crowd of people on train, “Mark Twain Riverboat” from Disneyland Paris, Force Ten, Hoboken PATH station, heading over to the Light Rail system, horrible ticket machines, waiting on the train, hazy sunshine, a train dressed up as a boat, remembering to validate the ticket, arriving at the Newport Centre Mall, massage chairs, whisky, remembering commuting thru the mall, a couple hours of mall, Spencer Gifts, wandering around Sears, Helio brochure, Frank’s wife used to work at this mall, wandering around mall, remembering a difficult mall memory, movie urination plan, remembering “Mall Day”, video games in movie theater, model of Wall-E, reliving the glory days of my youth going to malls and wandering around by myself, Segway, wandering around mall is like staring at a candle flame while meditating, getting espresso for $2.09 at Gloria Jean’s Coffee Bean, good useless crap, shopping for Beta VCRs, fun stores, vague memory of “Myachi”, cursing blind guy, the next generation crying in strollers, almost bought Vintage Clue Miss Scarlet car, favorite mall food – sushi and french fries, the FAO Schwarz plan, a good seat overlooking the mall, inari, a dream lunch in a dream place, pissing on a bottle of cognac, the bathroom is a disaster, Pokemon marbles, Pop-Tarts, tofu and beans, heading over to the PATH station, remembering parking deck, walking into my past, Pavonia history sign, winter cabbages, enter PATH with MetroCard, long tunnels with murals of sea creatures, bike gang, waiting for the PATH, arrival at 33rd St. In NYC, more drunk people, gum offer, Big League Chew, animated tunnel ad, Prudential Center, slight detour to toy store, heading into the subway, N train, beret guy, nighttime 59th St., horse manure, Cloverfield, cool things to carry around, Apple, arriving at FAO Schwarz, review of the 4 trains, toy soldier guy, polar bear, dragon, the famous piano, finding and buying a “Myachi” (hand hacky sack type thing), “Smurf Death”, more creatures, heading down 5th Ave. to museum, Trump Tower, arrival at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) movie theater entrance, checking out the Myachi (“Lemon Head” color), movie review with Frank’s brother John (“To My Great Chagrin: The Unbelievable Story of Brother Theodore”), later on in Times Square, redemption games, killing time at Virgin Megastore and Toys R Us, Xbox 360 driving game, new semi-secret project, zipping up, thoughts about success, show length estimate, and the sounds of NYC. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #687 (3/4/08)

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The Overnightscape #687 (Tuesday, March 4, 2008 / 2:01:00 / 55.5 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Toy chess cake, cosmic things, symbolic things, walking in NYC, firewalking on Good Morning America, Twin Peaks, Starbucks training session, Times Square, magic, remnants of hot coals, espresso memories, the failed Swatch “Internet Time”, the movie “Starbucking”, at a Starbucks, busted trophy, “Home Grown” by Booker T. and the M.G.’s, beverage review (Starbucks doppio espresso), zipping up, cigarette smoking, cigar phases, bar uses smoking law loophole, popcorn shop, smoking at work in the past, remembering someone’s story of a pipe smoking mishap, chromes, the mirror reality, impatient people, shredding truck, American Idol, breakfast at Zen Burger, eggs, French words, lunchtime, Amish Market, zipping up, silver dragees, maki lunch, power sandwich, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Tea’s Tea – Hoji, considerate people, social conditioning, spending too much money, the word “cacao”, candy review (“Vere Cayenne + Cacao Nibs Organic Chocolate Bar – 75% Cacao”), ESP test, looking in the garbage, later – leaving work, zipping up, heading over to Rockefeller Center, dusk, info on Books Kinokuniya, Google blog search, weird cafe for cats, “”Bar Code” / “Charmin Restrooms” / “Pedigree Dog Store”, US dollar decreasing in value, the chocolate made me feel weird, Park Ave., Frank has some of the discontinued candy “Icebreakers Pacs – Orange”, vegetarian Bovril, recording an Inramble video (#99) about the “Electric Fountain” at Rockefeller Center, “Roam” by The B-52s, blank flag, velvet ropes, real TV crew, mini pocket, crumpled-up note, 6th Ave, spring rolls vs. egg rolls, roadkill, police cars, note on open sign, remembering caffeinated Alka-Seltzer, the perfect drug, “Lost Highway”, National Debt Clock video, Monty Python “Cheese Shop” sketch, the evils of banking, HBO store, huge skyscraper, Bryant Park bathroom surprise, powerful electric hand dryer, G-force test guy video, movie “Knightriders”, Ed Harris, Tom Savini, Verizon, work permits, Frutiger, Training Camp, arriving at huge Japanese bookstore “Books Kinokuniya”, “OK Fred” Magazine, “Gothic Lolita” department, guest panel in the cafe, manga, VW van collectible toys, design department, restrooms, hiding the red light, Oriental Thought, little collectible toys, gold club erasers, sushi erasers, beverage erasers, origami, “Analysis of a Golf Course”, Hillary Clinton book in Japanese, weird windows, colored pencils, wad of money, Japanese collectible toy review (Re-Ment Cakes – elephant, lily pad, and sorbet), Giggles, cool font, American Idol, 1440 Broadway (where Jean Shepherd used to broadcast), zipping up, a thing with doors today, toxic chemicals, driving sideways, superheroes Vision and Hawkeye, Baskin Robbins logo, Emigre font “Variex”, Type 3 PostScript fonts, super windy, pogonips, area code check, Treo battery, lottery quote, and Walt Disney’s hat. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #686 (2/27/08)

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The Overnightscape #686 (Wedenesday, February 27, 2008 / 57:00 / 26.3 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Analysis of “breezeways”, the streets of New York City, 42nd Street, Starbucks closing nationwide for a few hours for employee training, phases in life, coffee, americano, Times Square, police horses, riots, “Horton Hears A Who” movie, Dr. Seuss, MTV Store, 45th Street, sign on Starbucks door, remembering Chantico, drizzling, weather, The Sharper Image going bankrupt, air filters, zipping up the jacket, forklift, Jack’s World, cheap products, model train / hobby stores, music stores, chess stores, store clusters, banks, 5th Avenue, solar parking machine, Japanese bookstore at Rockefeller Center shut down, another Japanese bookstore (Asahiya), vague grid of Manhattan, avenues, Roosevelt Hotel, funny doorman hats, Vanderbilt Avenue, a Chinatown breezeway, taxi graphics, light blue and brown color scheme, lunchtime, loading dock, umbrella, Cafe Bistro, pasta balls, Howard Stern, zipping again, strange elastic strap, Petland Discounts TV commercials, new bus shelter, “Bain de Soleil” correction, the font “Choc”, appetizers, income tax, ATM solo vestibule, cafe, Ad Council, Dunkin Donuts, 100th anniversary of the PATH trains, “Mongolian Seating Area”, massive fields of shipping containers, stopping, PATH cartoon character “Bad Bill”, Brother Theodore movie, Dick Cavett, scaffolding, quick release, and the upcoming “live” Overnightscape for the 5th Anniversary of the show on March 27 at the NYC podcast meetup. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #685 (2/23/08)

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The Overnightscape #685 (Saturday, February 23, 2008 / 3:23:00 / 93 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: The fleeting nature of hotness, caffeine molecule T-shirts, Mr. Jesse the Cat, couscous, 120 year old woman, drinking olive oil, TV serendipity, Star Wars Episode III en espanol, Star Wars was incredible for 6 years (until “Return of the Jedi”), new Star Wars movie “The Clone Wars”, George Lucas is insane, Star Wars ideas, being a Star Wars fan sucks, new Indiana Jones movie, stuck in the 80s, status report on the world of The Overnightscape, Inramble, The Overnightscape Underground, the upcoming “live appearance” for the 5th anniversary of The Overnightscape, candy review (“Now and Later Soft”), sandwich, single malt Scotch whisky review (“The Balvenie – Single Barrel – 15 Years Old” (in-cask date July 3, 1991)), being a loser in 1991, depression, the nickels and coffee story, Somerville, NJ strip mall closed, sleeping in car in toy store parking lot, the boredom of school, independent spirit, the emotionally disturbed class, the urinal box story, Frank competes in the Special Olympics, alcohol, clutter, Overnightcase Reviews (Mr. Bunny / Dave from England reviews “Trader Joe’s Sweet and Spicy Pecans”, “Good & Plenty – Licorice Candy”, and “PayDay Chocolatey Avalanche Bar”), public domain song “The Coffee Pioneers”, getting involved in The Overnightcase Project, vintage Good n Plenty TV commercial, powerful jingle, Good & Fruity, review items in limbo, lost Overnightcase items, The Final Overnightcase Secret Review (“Ramune and Cola Candy”), Zotz, book review (“Birds of Britain”, 1967), The Streets, Entertainment Weekly, the youthquake, Julie Christie, Sarah Miles, decadent time travellers, Paula Noble, Susan Hampshire, Jane Asher, Paul McCartney, time is a bitch, Patti Boyd, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, “Layla”, “riddles in the dark” clip from the Rankin-Bass animated The Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, Gollum, Brother Theodore on Letterman in 1985, Conspiracast.com, new NFL logo, curly “L”, Super Bowl, Tom Petty, Super Tuesday, voting for Ron Paul, crappy electric hand dryers in bathrooms, taxi flower art gone, Saks Fifth Avenue truck elevator, Librarie de France, music cassettes, haircut, American Idol, Carly Smithson, HBO, “EF Hutton” commercials, bathrooms in Grand Central, wires on poles, Jack Nicholson impressions, “Bain De Soleil” TV commercial, Crazy Eddie, 3 hours of MTV from 1983, Mark Goodman, original EPCOT “Horizons” ride vehicle for $11,000, Twix, Sansui, “Earth To MTV”, “120 Minutes”, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit “Trolley Troubles”, Walt Disney, Al Michaels, computer problems, file recovery, Mac G3, Mac G4, Micro Center, frustration, 1TB hard drive, visiting Bryan in Pennsylvania with Peter, B-Movie card games, Gold Million Records, driving to Long Island, Cross Bronx Expressway, Cruis’n USA, Cruis’n World, bowling, Wii “Mario Party 8”, flash drives, candy review (“Bawls Mints” / “Bawls Buzz”), double entendres, staring at Space Dust, checking out some vinyl LP records (“Environments 8” (listening to “Sailboat”), “Environments 9”, “Environments 3”, “Spank the Nun” (listening to “Another Rock & Roll Statement” by Union Carbide Productions), “Son of a Witch”, “No Age” (listening to “March of the Melted Army Men” by Lawndale, and “Cinnecitta” by Pell Mell”), “Trilogy”(listening to Casa Di Mansa” by Toure Kunda)), and the idea of playing records on the radio. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #684 (2/20/08)

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The Overnightscape #684 (Wednesday, February 20, 2008 / 2:16:00 / 62.4 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: A playground for my mind, pursuing perfection, hairs and fibers, state codes, American Samoa, spilled coffee on shirt, the American dollar, economic crash, Presidents Day, Washington’s Birthday, Uniform Monday Holiday Act, Dutch coffee review (“Espresso Originale” – The Coffee Company), Palm mug, getting fired, Mac PowerBook 150, PhoneNet connectors, System 7, computing history, OsoaWeek (The Weekly Ezine of Obliviana Super Occult Amusement), the 209th day of 1994, game/cult, early days of AOL, BBS, Aerie Obliviana, Psion Series III, Palm V, MLK Day, Arizona, Public Enemy, Flavor Flav, 22nd anniversary of Anything But Monday, college radio show, 209, romance of a wild youth, premium podcast, letting go of the past, dream review (“Smashing Down Bathroom Walls”), PS2 game (“Grand Theft Auto: Vice City”), the movie “Memento”, memory and dreaming, getting more coffee, tangle of wires, kitty litter scratch ‘n’ sniff, ancient Atlantis, cat genetics, pipe smoking, weather, “Package Opening Time”, vintage candy Frank bought on eBay (Cherry “Space Dust” from 1978), Fruit Brute, childhood Space Dust memories, angel dust, Dynamints, opening a package from listener Wayne from New York (discontinued “Icebreakers Pacs” candy, buttons, toy soldier, Old Mountain rose incense, Jelly Belly Dr. Pepper jellybeans, Wacky Packages (new series 6), “Monster Party” media), Dave from Work IM, Wacky Packages in the 70s, recording of Frank at age 6 (“Bad Hole”), movie “Smoky and The Bandit 2”, synchronicity report (“The Flying Nun”), vintage item review (“Fun Buttons” by Fun Foods), Little Silver, NancyButtons.com, random slogans, cool crafts collection review (“The Sampler” – February 2008), Bunta Block, photocopy graphics, Gloom Magazine, quick movie reviews (“Persepolis”, “Juno”, “Cloverfield”, “They Live”), people from Iran, Iranian movie review from The Overnightscape #4 (“Ten”), indie pretensions, Rowdy Roddy Piper, John Carpenter, conspiracies, terra cotta, and a baby narwhal. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #683 (2/13/08)

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The Overnightscape #683 (Wednesday, February 13, 2008 / 53:00 / 24.4 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Comfy chairs, mysterious stuff, Port Authority Bus Terminal, USO, General Douglas MacArthur, Frank’s father’s Navy stories, new skyscraper, exploring the 300 gates area, orange numbers, shiny red bricks, water fountain, injured pigeon, carts, people lined up, withdrawn in high school, air conditioning, entering the subway system, the new tile art in The Corridor of Losers (of people celebrating New Years), musicians missing, obsessed with magic, thinking of joining the Navy, religious people, a women fell down, ramp, escalators, clothing company sticker, Jobox, controlling reality, examining the artwork, Times Square Shuttle, cool subway area, the world is on pause, 10 days since I last recorded, old door, on the Shuttle, Aquafresh Toothpaste, the movie “Real Men” (1987), bag and coats, Grand Central Terminal, Pylones, Northwest Passage, unprepared to get off the bus, out in the cold, Park Avenue goes through building, Burt Reynolds movies (“Smokey and The Bandit”, “Smokey and The Bandit 2”, “The Cannonball Run”, “Hooper”), comedic angles, lunchtime, snowing, failed recording because I pressed pause by accident while the recorder was wrapped in a scarf, sushi confusion, transit museum, clock, robot, my appearance on “Conspiracast”, Tom Green, laughably fake Apollo 17 moon mission videos, checking out some soup, falafel platter, old mailbox, odd device, official activity, upcoming episodes, strange little police cars, cool seat, and failure. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #682 (2/8/08)

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The Overnightscape #682 (Friday, February 8, 2008 / 2:04:00 / 56.9 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: The stomach flu, Groundhog Day, Fort Worth, Texas, an ad in Entertainment Weekly, giant ancient desert artwork, Xevious, Adobe Wood Type – Mesquite, beverage review (“Miller Chill”), Super Bowl, New York Giants, New Jersey, Frank gets the “stomach flu”, Inramble.com, toasted pine nut couscous, olive oil, bourbon, arguing with people on Twitter about Ron Paul, Air Force One, Ronald Reagan imitations, scumbags, secret societies, Federal Reserve, banking, the movie “The Money Masters”, the Ron Paul phenomenon, Michael Badnarik videos about The Constitution, spiritual journey, Conspiracast.com, the story of the stomach flu, nausea, chills, semi-delirious state, throwing up, viruses, sleeping the whole day, fever dreams, blank slate, matzoh, Encyclopedia Britannica, before the Internet, TV review (“Lost”), torrential downpour, mental haze, looking sick in videos, immunity, pasta with hot sauce, movie review (“Smokey and The Bandit” (1977)), Star Wars, escapist fantasy, Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, Jackie Gleason, the CB radio craze, “Night Music” air freshener discontinued, Icebreakers Pacs candy discontinued, buying an original 1978 pack of Cherry “Space Dust” on eBay, Dynamints, Candy Dandy puzzle, Lipton “Giggle Noodle” Chicken Soup, “inramble” Google hits, blog comments (Rob Safuto – Inramble”), New York Minute Show, NYC Pod Squad, TubeMogul, Blip.tv, NYC Video 2.0 meetup at Webster Hall, video people, StupidVideos.com not working too great for me, 9/11 truth and the “no planes” theory, Mos Def on Real Time with Bill Maher, Apollo moon mission hoaxes, Montel Williams, the obsession with celebrity news, InStyle Magazine, the Mercury Retrograde walnut thing, headphone shopping, unrealistic grand schemes, looking back, “Stuff I Sold on eBay in 2003” (zip file of 530 pics), preservability, on edge of a sneeze, 2XL, Atari cartridges, Pepsi Kona, weird Japanese floppy discs, 1 TB hard drive, Weird Paul, Facebook, EntertainmentStudios.com with Byron Allen, Real People, That’s Incredible, vintage Lego websites, “Malls of America” guy still missing, asteroid “TU24” almost hit the Earth, smirking creep, random CD cover thing, WDW map, “Shining Stars” dolls, “name a star”, and the Lakota Nation secedes from the USA? Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #681 (2/4/08)

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The Overnightscape #681 (Monday, February 4, 2008 / 2:34:00 / 70.8 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Blue jelly, elf zombie, the urge to create little worlds, incense keep on going, a little movie report from Starlog Magazine #47 (June 1981), Future Life Magazine, old magazines, movies mentioned (“Blade Runner”, “Dune”, “Knightriders”, “Creepshow”, “Invasion of the Spaghetti Monsters”, “The Stand”, “Day of the Dead”, “The Creature Wasn’t Nice”), Boards of Canada song “Music is Math”, “the past inside the present”, feeling sorry for the atheists, atheist “god” The Flying Spaghetti Monster, the spiritual middle ground, “Frank from the farther future” cuts into the show to correct some mistakes made by “Frank from the future”, who when cuts in to celebrate the two million second mark which regular-time Frank had missed, time travel sound effects, temporal anomolies, the celebration of 2,000,000 seconds of The Overnightscape, looking back on the one million second mark on episode 425 (3/31/06), celebrating with some Van Winkle bourbon, putting together the celebration bell (Bionic Woman eye involve with cat psychic event, spring from old squeaky chair, Overnightscape mini ruler), analysis of 2 million seconds, mathematical formulas, the celebration, shot glass, making sure the endpoint doesn’t deviate from the zero point, returning to real time, a shot of bourbon, computer game review (“NetHack”), Epson QX-16 computer, the game “Rogue”, Amulet of Yendor, roguelike game, Wikihack, moving with HJKL, playing NetHack at “telnet nethack.alt.org”, neutral human Valkyrie, leprechauns, identify scroll, looting a box, spellbook, attacking a pony, frozen by the floating eye’s gaze, killed by a paper golem, ring of free action, quick review of “The Sampler” from Holiday 2007 (homeofthesampler.com), Scrub Your Butt Soap Company, mini “neon” sign review (Desk Top Neon – “H&C Coffee” sign from Roanoke, Virginia), The Station at Citigroup Center, model railroading, Miller Engineering (microstru.com), , lava lamp, Million Dollar Homepage, Pixelotto, Alexa rankings, novelty vs. quality, NYC “The Gates” art project, new NYC art project “The Waterfalls”, partial movie review (“Smokey and the Bandit” (1977)), Sony Platinum MusicPass, chair disposal, celebrity deaths (Heath Ledger, Brad Renfro), Saturn Return, People Magazine “Gone Too Soon”, Cadillac and their 40 GB hard drives, offering people on Twitter to say whatever they write on the show, remembering synthesizer performer Michael Iceberg playing at the Tomorrowland Terrace in the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World, Florida, a video of Michael Iceberg from Disneyland (on Disneynut.com), Baroque Hoedown / Main Street Electrical Parade, another celebrity death (Maila Nurmi (“Vampira”)), local TV horror hosts, “Chiller”, “Malls of America” guy still missing, “Sir Graves Ghastly”, “Plan Nine From Outer Space”, even more celebrity deaths, TV show “Torchwood”, names for the UK, Twitter response (“stephan.com”), Doctor Who, WDW map update, new Circuit City in NYC, bathrooms, the DIVX before DIVX, candy review (“Monster Mints – High Intensity”), Oregon Peppermint Oil, Monster Cables, Overnightscape 2007 stats (99 shows, 149+ hours), being in the live audience for “The Conan O’Brien Show”, Hulk Hogan, WWF Uncle Elmer’s wedding in 1985, the old David Letterman studio, Chris Elliott characters (The Guy Under The Seats, The Regulator Guy), Twitter resonse (“Boostah” listening to the “Into Your Head” podcast), Conspiracast, a visit to Saugerties, NY, antique stores and junk shops, book review (“JC Penney Catalog – Fall & Winter 1973”), a pistol crossbow, mushroom and owl art, serendipity, being a 6-year-old kid in 1973, pimpwear, Twitter response (“Brian Jude” – mystery message), Woodstock, Frank takes the “Pasta Inferno” challenge at the restaurant “New World Home Cooking” in Saugerties, fresh habanero peppers, a major pepper high, voiceovers, “Liquor 43”, checking Skype, new cupcake shop “Sweet Avenue Bake Shop”, rootbeer float cupcake, red velvet cake, Blue Velvet, Mr. Jesse the Cat, toothpaste review (“Colgate Max Fresh Whitening With Mini Breath Strips – Kiss Me Mint”), and generic “berry” flavor. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #680 (2/2/08)

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The Overnightscape #680 (Saturday, February 2, 2008 / 1:28:00 / 40.6 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Vague pleasurable memories, Treo 680, Palm OS, Palm stores closing, Palm mug, show notes, vintage computer “TRS-80”, Pascal, Inramble, TubeMogul, the world of online video, mobile video sites, m.youtube.com, incense review (“Bouquet Essentials – Incense Coil Set – Jasmine Aura”), The Overnightscape incense tradition, an abundance of whiskey, getting older, Goldfrapp, Generation X, ancient computers, the dawn of videogames, growing up with computers, restaurant review (“Zen Burger” – vegetarian fast food restaurant), the fast food experience, global warming, the movie “The Great Global Warming Swindle”, “kipple” (word for junk that accumulates, made up by Philip K. Dick), grey goo, Ikea “Motorp” Storage Rack for Writing Materials, Ikea in Paramus, Big Ass Fans, chair shopping, Ikea “Bastis” dead animal pillows, cat goddess, big companies are evil, “Mark Lives in Ikea”, whiskey review (“Black Maple Hill – Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey – Premium Small Batch Bourbon”), disastrous typography, alcohol can be dangerous, some audio from Carrie Engdahl’s going away to Texas show “The Last Schmaltz”, Edirol R-09, phenomenon of people you know through other people, people at Carrie’s show, roller derby, Sisters of Mayhem, Manny the Mailman, Brian Jude, Jersey Devil Hunt, state monsters, burlesque, Bluffcosm.com, The Paunch Stevenson Show, videos from the show, jasmine arm, a life experience of losing touch with a big group of people after breaking up with a girlfriend, looking forward to messed-up memories to remember, random memory of the song “Life Is Grand” by Camper Van Beethoven, crap floating around in your head, death, MacBook Air, WiTricity, getting rid of the last of the CDs, annoying aspects of CDs, selling CDs at stores, emotional attachment, letting go of the past, Willowbrook Mall, toy store closing, Cinnabon, video game buying, video game review (“Midway Arcade Treasures 3” for PS2), Funcoland, Hydro Thunder, San Francisco Rush 2049, Onsug update, using the Mercury Retrograde energy in a positive way, and the finale of the show. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #679 (1/31/08)

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The Overnightscape #679 (Thursday, January 31, 2008 / 1:07:00 / 31 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Mermaid guy, the structure of reality, Republican Presidential Debate, Ron Paul, future Detroit area code, Inramble.com, Blip.tv, Rockefeller Center, Mercury Retrograde, you decide what is real in the world, we’re all just a bunch of losers hanging out, listeners presents (Eddie from Ireland – Cohiba Cuban cigars, Jerry from Southern California – “Van Winkle Special Reserve – Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey – 12 Years Old”), Koyaanisqatsi, Conspiricast, cell phone transmissions, get rid of “www”, the story of “Rip Van Winkle”, whiskey review, alcoholism, 209, blurred memories, “Nothing Lasts, But Nothing Is Lost”, the studio lava lamp returns, lava stains, Duran Duran song “Lava Lamp”, Repo Man, air freshener review (“Car-Freshner Little Trees – Night Music”), Terminator, DVR, rare Walt Disney World map on eBay for an insanely high starting bid, Contemporary Resort Hotel, the walls of the walls, remembering throwing away all my Wired Magazines, the word “egoboo”, remembering a random song from the 80s (“Shoop Shoop Diddy Wop Cumma Cumma Wang Dang” by Monte Video), song “Howling At The Moon (Sha-La-La)” by The Ramones, staying late at work by myself at a prepress place in downtown Manhattan, cat treats, and good images in my mind. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #678 (1/29/08)

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The Overnightscape #678 (Tuesday, January 29, 2008 / 1:20:00 / 36.7 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Mold and mildew, Atlanta, exurbs, “Subdivisions” by Rush”, E3 1998, Pokemon, all about Frank’s new video project “Inramble”, NYC video 2.0 meetups, Inramble #17 “Seriously Injured”, Seesmic, TubeMogul, thesaurus, new ideas, Senseo repair, tool drawer, “The Spirit of Radio” by Rush, Geddy Lee, “invisible railways crackle with life”, “INRACRWILI”, “Inrocker Wheelie”, “Inramble”, Flip Video Ultra, “Goodbye Chair”, filming a live Inramble video, year mistake, cool object review (“Liquid Cardboard No. 1”), book review (“Litterbugs Come In Every Size” by Norah Smaridge (Golden Press, 1972) – the book Frank lost in nursey school), monsters, real environmental issues vs. global warming, the movie “The Great Global Warming Swindle”, candy review (“Chocolate Mix Skittles”, “Limited Edition Twix Java”), Frank screws up the show again but fixes it with the backup recording, beer review (“Brooklyn Lager”), book “Transit Maps of the World”, Rose Riot, Meadowlands Xanadu, Izod Center and swamps. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #677 (1/26/08)

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The Overnightscape #677 (Saturday, January 26, 2008 / 1:43:00 / 47.2 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Sugar crash, shape of New Jersey, feeling tired, money review (1999 New Jersey State Quarter – “Crossroads of the Revolution”, “old school”1995 $5 bill), the people of 1885 are all dead, men wearing bows in their hair, Frank’s long hair and ponytail days, layoffs in 2003, waves of change, Federal Reserve, the movie “The Money Masters”, Mr. Sasha the Cat, “Nevada” pronunciation, time travel, TV shows (“MASH”, “After MASH”, “Trapper John, MD”), Phish, Japanese beverage review (“Kirin Kitchen Diabolo Ginger”), Provence, France, Facebook, CIA, reconnecting with a friend from high school, new show “Tom Green’s House Tonight”, snow disappointment, Frank gets quoted in a blog The New York Times about American Idol (because of Twitter), moving away from TV, audiovisual TV garbage, TV show “24”, violence in media, the guy who played “Trapper John” on the TV show “MASH” (Wayne Rogers), 1984 CBS TV promos, 1982 ABC TV promos, powerful media, getting coffee, Fairwinds Coffee, the world of gift baskets, commuter mug, gum update, Japanese black coffee beverage review (“Nescafe Takumi”, “Suntory Black Boss”), a video by Martin Smith about the long-gone “WorldKey Information” system at EPCOT Center in Walt Disney World, MouseBits.com, “Disneyland Forever”, kiosks, preserving media, nature of the universe, persistence, comments on MVB songs on The Overnightscape Underground, and caravans of cinnamon. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #676 (1/23/08)

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The Overnightscape #676 (Wednesday, January 23, 2008 / 1:11:00 / 32.7 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Accelerated rate of change, lots of stuff to talk about, recording setup, proximity effect, beige Macs, TV show review (“Terminator – The Sarah Connor Chronicles”), fasinated by synthesizers, Minimoog Voyager Old School, analog sounds, snack review (“Act II Popcorn Balls”), beverage review (“Smirnoff Ice Triple Black”), podcast meetup, website review (“underconsideration.com/brandnew”), first encounter with Apple Macintosh in 1984, getting a Mac Plus in 1989, 20 MB hard drive for $500, new Apple products, Apple movie rentals, DRM, hi def TVs, open source media, BSD, report on The Overnightscape Tip Jar in 2007, Japanese grocery store “Katagiri”, chewing gum review (“Lotte Black Black Gum” in large plastic cup-like container), Frank is horrified to learn there is gelatin in the gum, chrysthanemum extract, maidenhair tree extract, ephemeral film on Archive.org – “This Is Hormel” – all about a meat processing factory, hog carcasses, Cure 81 Hams, the story of bacon, pickled pigs feet, the production of gelatin, Spam, Frank’s experience of becoming a vegetarian, “pigs in a blanket”, last meat – pork roll sandwich, last shellfish – cold jumbo shrimp, last fish – tuna fish sandwich, sushi, and memory of what things tasted like. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #675 (1/16/08)

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The Overnightscape #675 (Wednesday, January 16, 2008 / 2:00:00 / 55.1 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Things under the couch, the “pants method”, wild weekend, issues with chairs, organizing for the new year, the furnaturial area, new chair (“Culley Chocolate Luxura Chair”), chairs destructing, chair buying at Staples, Donald Trump chairs, the third Overnightscape chair, Frank rips his blue jeans off, passing things on from pants to pants, the kipple problem, coupons, ink for inkjet printer, backwards chair, NFL football playoff game (Giants vs. Cowboys), “The Helmet Project” website – all football helmets ever, variations on a theme, World League football teams (1991 – 1992), Canadian Football League, Arena League, New Jersey Red Dogs, mathematics of casino gambling, computer casino game with “real” sports book (“Reel Deal Casino Gold Rush”), NetHack, Frank screws up the recording… but fixes it! (with the backup recording), injuries, cut finger, mouth burn, dropped phone, building an Ikea Billy bookshelf, selling used CDs at a store, cash, decelerating to exit off the highway, Hulu.com, DRM, videos of Frank (“Frank in Bryant Park”, “Chemdogs in New Jersey”), opening your eyes to the chemtrail pheniomenon, “replay” of Frank realizing the show is screwed up, backup recorder, TV show (“Terminator – The Sarah Connor Chronicles”), Summer Glau, vegetable lasagna, No. 209 Gin, hanging around stores, retail experiences (comic book store at Rt. 1 Flea Market, Video Game Connections, NYU library copy center), snack review (“Cheerios Snack Mix – Original”), Doo-Dads, Chex Mix, asterisks, vague snack mixes, crazy weather, impending snowstorm, “The History of Howard Stern”, iPod game Peggle, doing show notes on the commute, the upcoming 2 million second mark, Facebook, cheating on a cartoon character quiz, funny comment spam, “grandmothers of Lumberton”, listener email (“Carrie from Texas” – article on how podcasting is not dead), the future, idea for a video project, buying a video camera, more videos (“Chemdogs on Route 3”, “Major Chembow on Route 46”, “Chemtrails Above A Shopping Plaza”, “Crazy Chemtrail Sky”), Stok at a local 7-11, Disney theme park fandom, looking for a video rip of the laserdiscs from the 1980’s WorldKey Information kiosks at EPCOT Center, random phrase, Samson G-Track USB microphone, Sonar LE, news of the mysterious (“Mr. Jesse the Cat is psychic”, “ghost cat”, “another old old woman crashes into the building”), my chair sucked, the ant situation, bees as a “royal” symbol, megalomaniacal thoughts, the hold list, parallel parking, field audio, Frank’s brother John, and a rumored abandoned subway station in the basement of the Flatiron Building. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #674 (1/11/08)

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The Overnightscape #674 (Friday, January 11, 2008 / 1:45:00 / 48.2 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: An interview with singer-songwriter Carrie Engdahl (Frank’s sister-in-law), setting up the equipment, Manny the Mailman, Brian Jude, Twitter, early digital era, moving to Austin, Texas, CarrieEngdahl.com, Carrie sings her song “Open Road”, Little Orphan Annie, musical experiences, piano lessons, the rules of music, from deep inside, college, the band Fuzzy Dauper, Rob DiCaterino (PaunchStevenson.com), Phil Mould, phone noise, playing in small venues, Hoboken, NJ, parking, Irish whiskey review (“Jameson”), Gibson guitar, Carrie plays her song “These Days”, the Steve Poltz fan community, The Rugburns, Jewel, living room shows, South By Southwest, The Underpass, Tierney’s Tavern, the dehumidifier, Mike June and The Dirty Doves, Carrie’s Going Away Show (Jan. 18, 9 pm, Tierney’s in Montclair), MySpace.com/CarrieEngdahl, Irish whiskey review (“Michael Collins Single Malt”), Carrie sings her song “You Should Know”, Carrie visits the Great Notch Inn, Hammond organ, leaving New Jersey, Conan O’Brien, NYC, “Grindhouse”, Austin City Limits, Irish whiskey review (“Tullamore Dew – 12 Years”), wkiskey drinking, Frank’s non-drinking days, Carrie sings her song “Old Glory Blues”, politics, New Hampshire Primary, Ron Paul, The Constitution, Michael Badnarik, Ron Paul rally in Philadelphia, the future, Carrie’s EP “Another Sunday Morning”, MySpace, Carrie plays her songs “Almost Anything” and “True Love”, origins of the Engdahl name, Swedish military names, and The Us Hounds. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #673 (1/9/08)

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The Overnightscape #673 (Wednesday, January 9, 2008 / 1:42:00 / 46.6 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Super cold weather, lucky break at the bus stop, IP address conflict, 2008 is brand new to us, show calendars, cleaning up the studio, weird psychological thing, show milestones, approaching the 2 million second mark and the five year anniversary, not using words properly, dealing with the ant situation, poison, allegory, beer review (“Michelob Celebrate 2007 Cherry Lager”), bullet shape, movie review (“Idiocracy” (2006)), Mike Judge, eugenics, “Endgame”, Beavis & Butthead, Office Space, remembering what was and wasn’t on the show, going to the temporary Toys “R” Us in what used to be the Tower Records on Broadway and West 4th Street in NYC, my college NYC five floor walkup apartment on Thompson Street at Houston Street, Pulse Magazing, Desert Island Discs, cognitive dissonance, planning on a massive expired product review marathon special, mysterious hypnopompic phrase (“Zihenhoa”), Philip K. Dick, memory and dreaming, Mr. Sasha the Cat, “Feta and Pink Peppercorn”, Shufflin’ Jamboree, this nameless decade is now 80% complete, to do list from August 20, 2006, Geek Squad, the idea of calling Microsoft, nightmare experiences with calling customer service, Despair.com, reviving a laptop computer with Linux Mint, crybabies, Ubuntu Live CDs, Ogg Vorbis, screws, power cord, blowing a fuse, BIOS, having to use your password all the time in an OS, instaliing software in Linux, NES Hollywood Squares, video driver trouble, sudo, Amarok, NetHack running in terminal, a Christms shopping bag that plays music (“Holly Jolly Christmas”), Burl Ives, glowing Bionic Woman eye magazine ad, weird scrapbooks, people listening in the future, camouflage scissors, New Year’s resolutions (let go of the past, have a plan), got rid of my VHS college copy of Repo Man, threw out the Scentstories, garbage bag trouble, foot mishap, pictures of stuff I sold I eBay in 2003, preserving copies of old websites, ScrapBook Firefox plugin, girl group update, some very sad news to report, and lots of good and bad things in this world. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #672 (1/4/08)

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The Overnightscape #672 (Friday, January 4, 2008 / 3:15:00 / 89.5 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: The craving for cherry cough drops, enjoyment of shuffling cards, welcome to 2008, starting to clean up the studio, The Overnightscape lifestyle, dietary supplement review (“NutraMist Fast-Acting Oral Spray Energy Shots – Fruity Blast Flavor”), Binaca Blast, leisure time, crazy world, Bhutto assassination, Frank Zappa quote (“Government is the Entertainment Division of the military-industrial complex.”), NYC subway searches, B-12 nasal shots, bus to Atlantic City, each calendar day lasts for 48 hours on the planet, Time Cube guy, January 1, 2000 lasted for 50 hours, what is in Frank’s Crumpler bag?, playing cards, subway safety, umbrella receipt, hot dog card, Immodium, bus ticket rules, cigar cutters, cigar bands, radio, Overnightscape business cards, toothpicks, I Ching dice, ear bud foam, energy lip balm, burrito card, cough drops review (“Em-Eukal Wild Cherry”), bus dispatcher using a rock to keep a door open, dry cleaners, glowing iPod in pocket, procrastinating, pasta lunch, spilling tomato water on iPod, obscure graffiti idea, song “Pow R. Toc H.” by Pink Floyd, ants in the bathroom, everyone walking slow in front of me, Lucifer Sam, Syd Barrett and the drug scene, preview of things, New Year’s Eve, whiskey, games, turning nocturnal, coffee maker trouble, space is not cold, don’t believe everything you’re told, lazy day, Hulu, BBC blocking Torchwood website to non-UK visitors, copyright, Doctor Who, individual privacy under threat, the official 9/11 conspiracy theory, losing our freedom, the Luciferian elite, UK police state, alternate reality, becoming a Firefly fanboy, wisecracking, nerd crush, canon, comic book, TV show review (“Firefly” (2002)), movie review (“Serenity” (2005)), The Overnightcase Review (Jerry from Southern California reviews “Cocoa Camino Fair Trade Chocolate Bar – Chili & Spice ” and “Alligator Bob’s Original Smoked Alligator with Pork Stick”), destroyed cigars, you can get involved with The Overnightcase Project, the beta version of the rules to Frank’s solitaire card game “Shufflin’ Jamboree”, insurance points, table-free shuffling method, playing cards review (“Ellusionist Shadow Masters”), candy review (“Airheads Xtremes – Sweetly Sour Belts – Rainbow Berry”), field audio – some kind of a medical parking lot near the UPS in Secaucus, NJ, Denice’s mission to get her package, parking problems, psychotic enforcers, got some stuff to review at 7-11, snack review (“Chex Mix – Hot ‘n Spicy”), sulfurous overtone, beverage review (“Naked Juice – Protein Zone”, “Snapple Low-Calorie Noni Berry Metabolism”), sound of a train going by, expired products, candy review (“Topps Vertigo – Candy and Chocolate Flavored Pops” – Chocolate Cookies & Cream, Chocolate Strawberry), UPS tractor trailers, alcohol flavor, headrest, Toyota Matrix, What Is On The Radio Right Now? – AM Dial, a transmission from the Alexander Hamilton rest area on the New Jersey Turnpike, analog radio static, Spanish, religious, sports, Denice returns, Bunta Block, natural flavors, interesting conspiracy website, urine, Wiccan Yule celebration, neopaganism, the power of ritual, spirituality, wolfpack mentality, indulging in hate, Group A vs. Group B, the people are not blameless, TV show review (Doctor Who Christmas Special 2007 – “Voyage of the Damned”), Billie Piper, young women who dominate the news, Kylie Minogue, Spentgag (“See you next year!”), Manny the Mailman at a Carrie Engdahl show, the situation with The Overnightscape, The Overnightscape Underground – Day 1 released at onsug.com, permanence, the genre “New Time Radio” vs. “Podcasting”, and straddling the two years on the planet Earth. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #671 (12/28/07)

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The Overnightscape #671 (Friday, December 28, 2007 / 4:28:00 / 122 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: An alarm with cat whiskers, good spaceships and good women, weird energies, area code of Guam, interesting stuff this weekend, Christmas, wild accents over letters, Mariana Islands, constructed languages, Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, Novia, pronunciation, human mouth sounds, end of the world, history of written language, speech accent archive, QuickTime, The International Phonetic Alphabet – Audio Illustrations, history of Guam, bacn, Facebook “FunWall” that is not fun, Michael from Guam email, water, random details and codes on packaging, lip balm review (“Dasani Pure Replenishment Lip Balm – Pure Water, Mouth Watering Raspberry, Mouth Watering Lemon”, “Desert Essence Lip Rescue With Eco-Harvest Tea Tree Oil”, “Lily of the Desert Aloe Vera Lip Balm”), Mr. Sasha the Cat, The Global Orgasm, arrogance, old hippies, naked hippies, candy review (“Ice Breakers Pacs – Cool Mint, Orange”), chewing tobacco, No. 209 Gin, smashing glasses against the granite countertop, shattering glass, the idea of shattered glass merging back together, gentle rubbing, Candystand.com games, Lifesavers, Doublemint Kona Creme Gum, companies not updating their websites, “forward slash”, standard humorous commercials, conspiracy forum GodlikeProductions.com, the planetary conjunction and possible end of the world on December 23, 2007, extra soup, earthquakes, Flat Earth Society, questioning authority, TV show “In God’s Name” featuring leaders of various world religions, listener Christmas card (“Randal from Houston, TX”), the giant Far Side books, the planetary conjunction,Airborne, health supplement review (“Source Naturals Wellness Fizz”), Bottlecaps candy, horehound, Drudge Report, Borat, human interest stories, a failed tablet, toys in cereal boxes in the 70s like a Captain Crunch submarine, Twitter, Seesmic, test videos of Frank in NYC, mannequin nipples, video formats, 3gpp, YouTube, cool building, giant chess, confusing times, Shufflin’ Jamboree update, playing cards review (“Bicycle Pro Poker Peek”, “Bicycle Lo-Vision”), Black Tigers, Rotis Serif, The World Series of Poker, albinos, bashing another glass, one sparkle on my forehead, food review (“Amy’s Broccoli Pot Pie with Cheddar Cheese Sauce”), Global Orgasm blog, Malls of America on hiatus?, nut kiosk, blog comments, time.gov, psychic experiences, Frank’s wife Denice, shout out to Manny the Mailman, earrings, the cats, feeling the energy of the Global Orgasm, Winter solstice, season with two names (Fall/Autumn), Star Wars joke idea, feeling the energy, static electricity, good radio, positive psychic energy, movie “Zeitgeist”, Top Ten News Stories of 2007, new game, electric hum, astrology, Frank’s thoughts of the nature of reality, Big Blue Marble, various cycles of reality, TV review (“Journeyman”, “Firefly”), Hulu.com, consequences of time travel, imagining what it would be like to travel in time, bag full of quarters, time cops, proxy servers, Hulu gets it right, conspiracies, website review (“ModMyLife.com”), Folgers – bad, Chock full o’Nuts – good, ((2:13:51)) ModStar Igor does Frank’s “Mod” suggestion, The Overnightscape Underground, The Evil Farm, onsug.com, Laphroaig, Addis Ababa, going back in time to escape the end of the world, red panda, gods on underwear, Britney Mason, Skype, going on Eddie from Ireland’s new podcast “Conspiricast”, wild animation of pinball and counting from 70s childrens TV, hippies making childrens TV in the 70s, Generation X, drug-induced cartoons, balance between rationality and hedonism, Orson Welles in “Future Shock”, Moog synthesizer music, freaking out, Pan-Am, rewind, went on Eddie’s show, insane chaotic discussion, Skype setup, the studio is a mess, onsug, angel hair pasta, Firefly, 2002 the lost year, aftermath of 9/11, 209, Obliviana Super Occult Amusement, Hallmark 2006 old-time radio ornament, world of audio, imagining a little Overnightscape “radio”, inspirational object, green ink, iPod games review (“Bomberman”, “Sonic The Hedgehog”, “Peggle”), Tribal Tap, Sonic Team, Green Hill Zone, forum posts on the Dec. 23 event, “The Coffee Pioneers”, deep sleep, dream review (“TV Screens”), siestas, “Take a Nap” by Fuzzy Daupner, song stuck in my head from the moment I woke (“Baby Lemonade” by Syd Barrett), “you’re nice to me like ice”, explaining everything by “other dimensions”, rotten ramen noodles, good yet cold pasta restaurant, hard-to-understand spoken phrase in instrumental song “Hawkeye” by The Alan Parsons Project, giving Eric Woolfson the credit he deserves, The Mongolian Seating Area, The Muppet Show, Peter Ustinov, Scooter, Kermit the Frog singing “It’s Not Easy Being Green”, The Swedish Chef, Gonzo, the “soy pudding” miscommunication at the health food store, juicing, new candy, 7-11 Blueberry Creme Coffee, lost lyrics, Burger King Potato Snacks, Cheeseburger in Paradise, Jimmy Buffett, Iselin, The Shell Game, “this game is corny”, memories of parking Jeep in snow-packed parking spots, person vomiting on the bus, bus lane security, Permanent Makeup Zone, misheard phrase (“Amphetamine Peppercorn”), Malls of America website creator missing in action, audio field trip to Macy’s at Willowbrook Mall (Wayne, NJ) in the middle of the night (12:35 AM – 3:03 AM), crowds, hippie stuff, being at a mall at the end of the world, Dawn of the Dead, “The Last Mall” by Steely Dan, jacket, women’s department, The Fur Vault, coffeemakers, Diddy Kong Racing, Flavia Fusion Drink Station, gadgets, ice cream makers, hot dog roller, popcorn popper and nut roaster, quesadilla maker, The El Paso Chile Company, watches and razor repair counter, weird corridor, Talking Heads song, Martha Stewart berry colander, housewares, pasta attachment, pasta maker, Christmas section, Martha Stewart Red Hurricanes, Annalee Sheriff of Nottingham Mouse , Swiss Army luggage section, cool luggage logo, Derek Italic, Charter Oak, Holiday Spruce, fake band name, sparkles, TSA Lock, looking out at the dark closed mall through the shutters, mall walking groups, Origins Ginger Bar, Starbucks closed, shaving products, Edge Gel, walking outside, Twitter, Jim from Madpod calls, video camera, Brooklyn Indie Market, status of the world, FuncoLand, a whole family that was arrested, mall security, Diesel Fuel For Life, women’s wallets, Starbucks still closed because their computer is down, sickly looking girl as cosmetics spokesmodel, iPod vending machine, destructive youth, The Cheesecake Factory, misty parking lot, sitting on a cold metal bench, Wayne Towne Center (formerly West Belt Mall), trapped, sitting at the Starbucks which is still closed, new car battery, coupons, Macy’s water, free ring cleaning, Toys For Tots, the half-dead look, reality is still running as normal, “it was a circus in here today”, waking up at 3:00 PM, the kitties are playing with pinecones from the potpourri, more forum posts about the day, Christmas Eve, sad news, completing work on The Overnightscape Underground Day One, transitions, last show of 2007, things out of balance, the longest show (#572), and choosing the music – on this, the second-longest episode of The Overnightscape ever. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #670 (12/19/07)

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The Overnightscape #670 (Wednesday, December 19, 2007 / 2:14:00 / 61.5 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Little funny thoughts, mall delivery truck breakdown, the area code of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, The Mariana Trench, Papua New Guinea, The Overnightscape Underground, song lyrics, podcasting, NYC Video 2.0 Meetup at The Roosevelt Hotel during the Web Video Summit, free food and drink, exploring the audio medium, dissed and ignored by exhibitors, big shots, arrogance, TV overtaking radio in the late 1940s, online video overtaking podcasting now, Freudian slip, ballroom, extra chairs, Sportsbone.tv, ModMyLife.com, text fading away, website review (“Hulu.com” – online TV shows), Murder One, phone ringing, the next day, audio of walking to the highway bus stop, bus lane delays, walking on hazardous ice-covered ground, going back home to get scarf and earwarmers, Toblerone, wind advisory, ice cracks, momentum, dream review (“Arcade Research in Japan”), experimenting on the guards, figures clad in black, tailpipe, the bus arrives, the feeling of starting to get a cold, Cold-Eeze, leopard tape, pepper grinder Post-It Notes, Airborne Formula, Shufflin’ Jamboree card game update, more on Hulu.com, “The Night Gallery” with Rod Serling, Mr. Sasha the Cat, the “edited for television” version of the movie “The Breakfast Club”, girl group update, figure out what’s going on, whistling PotatOH!, watching ModMyLife.com with “ModStar” Hwanhee, writing, slang, “gotta” and “cuz”, Aeron chairs, chair stains, apple turnover flake mess, cleaning up just the bigger pieces of the mess, an allegory for laziness, no expiration date, TV show update (“Tin Man”), new NYC Apple Store, Canadian dollar worth less than US dollar once again, PETA website MarsCandyKills.com, hunk of beef found in vegetarian burrito at Burritoville, tempeh, Chipotle, Qdoba, Ron Paul “Tea Party” raises over $6 million in one day, secret societies, switching to Republican, The FKN Newz on 9/11 truth, beverage review (“Ricola Natural Herb Blend Instant Herbal Tea Mix”), horehound candies, SCTV plan, hand “falling asleep”, numbness, pins and needles, charts of the human body, bad websites, “Reader’s Digest” logo redesign, fonts, iPhone with devil horns, conspiracy websites, the elite occultist secret society shadow government, occult symbolism, obelisk, ancient religions, Paul McCartney of The Beatles is dead since 1966, the movie “Let It Be”, Paul replacement Billy Campbell is a talented and interesting person in his own right, Billy Preston, giant lies, gone crazy, album “Archaeology” by The Rutles, the show is out of control, cool free PC game review (“Road Girls Revisited” pinball table for “Future Pinball”), Treo 680 software update, post office loading dock with bomb-sniffing dog, Starbucks ad campaign (“Carol by Kayak”, etc.), subway escalator scare, vegan chili in Grand Central, agave nectar squeeze bottle, maple syrup, corn syrup, going to the other side of the room, Kodachrome film from 1978, Marvel Super Heroes stamps, attract mode, and a lovely Christmas Time. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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The Overnightscape #669 (12/12/07)

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The Overnightscape #669 (Wednesday, December 12, 2007 / 3:36:00 / 99.1 MB / theovernightscape.com) – Tonight’s subjects include: Alligator meat and white tea, area code 669 rejected in San Jose, beverage review (“Stop & Shop Zazz Seltzer – Original”), Mexican area code 669 in Mazatlan, a fort and a stairway, body butter, body frosting, dry skin, hand lotion, bureau, thumb joints, feet are like “morphed” hands, designing the limbs of humans, animated gifs, DNA, TV review (“Mad Men” on AMC), Journeyman, DVR, Tivo, Scientific Atlanta, Altria (new name for Philip Morris), stress/accents in words, monotone robot voice, talking is singing, embedded lists, people taking all the fun out of Wikipedia, caps lock, Mr. Sasha the Cat, DVR glitches, Match Game, William Shatner, knocking over canned air, Curb Your Enthusiasm, toiletry review (“The Body Shop – Nut Body Butter”), advertising, fascinated by New York City in 1960, The Jean Shepherd Radio Show, shep-archives.com, FlickLives.com, TV show “Friends”, Sci-Fi Channel, the tarot card “The Sun”, lot of occult stuff going on, conspiracy annoyances, TV review (“Tin Man”, Episode 1), Richard Dreyfuss, Zooey Deschanel, Alan Cumming, the acting in Star Wars, Liam Neeson, cleavage creatures, NewTimeRadio.com, Sci-Fi Channel’s Seeing Ear Theater (audio drama site that stopped being updated in mid-2001) , RealPlayer is the worst thing ever on computers, “brief advertisements” in online videos, The Clash song “One Emotion” inspired by Roger Moore’s bad acting in the James Bond movies, Neil Gaiman’s “Snow Glass Apples”, trashing things and then having to take it back, architecture book review (“New York 1960”), Optima font, church steps by Washington Square, The World Trade Center, gigantic books, Amazon Kindle, The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com) update, weird clicking noises, virtual broadcast, funky word, detailed text descriptions, maddeningly slow progress, frustrating day, Shufflin’ Jamboree card game update – “SJ540” variation, insurance points, programming, beverage review (“Pomegranate 7-Up (Limited Time Only)”), “natural flavors” are the same as “artifical flavors” – just derived from different sources, good graphics, snack review (“Limited Edition Snyder’s of Hanover Chocolate Fudge Covered Peanut Butter Pretzel Sandwiches”), miso mug ritual, chemtrails on the candy, long shows, mouth burn, tangle of wires, 7-Up website, other new sodas, history of The Overnightcase, Roel from The Netherlands, The Stackwhacker, cup-stacking craze, The Overnightcase reviews (audio reviews by Stacy from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – “Peanut Butter Chimes Ginger Chews”, “Criterion Salt Water Taffy”, “Hoboken Eddie’s Habanero Mustard”), ocean music, The Overnightcase secret review with Frank and Roel (“Peanut Butter Chimes Ginger Chews”, 9/16/06), the studio is a mess, audio levels, more Overnightcase audio reviews (Stacy is joined by her friends Michael and Melissa to review “De Olifant – Matelieff” and “De Olifant – Matelieff Brasil” cigars), snow on laptop, the hand-dome method, Cuban cigars, the missile crisis, travels in Canada, ambient noises, video game news, the fighting game genre, Street Fighter II theme song makes me happy, SNK is the best, “Real Bout Fatal Fury” cool option screen, Neo-Geo video game system, MAME, Jerry from Southern California sends Frank a PlayStation 2, defeatist attitude, easy setup, another bureau, lunch money, grand scheme, trying to find things in store, incident at the video game store, the “who do you think you messin’ with” concept, violence is bad, a lot of tension in the world makes the world more interesting, video game review (“King of Fighters XI” for PlayStation 2),game complexity, deep fighting systems, sense of depth in pinball, import games, Charmin Restrooms, tributes to Mr. Whipple, Robby the Robot, Procter & Gamble evil logo, toiletry review (“Puffs Plus Lotion with the Scent of Vicks” (non-mediated scented white facial tissues)), suavizante, scenes from the 1986 movie “Blue Velvet” by David Lynch, “Candy Colored Clown”, Dean Stockwell, crappy “talking heads” TV shows, overused ideas, Charlie Brown, True Stories, time for show notes, the SCTV plan thwarted, 3:29 AM, The Overnightscape reaches 22 hours of audio, November was a 13-hour month, last episode’s album art, the violent video games issue, Night Trap, Mortal Kombat, the world is full of gray areas and continuums, Postal, Carmageddon, “Monty Python-esque” violence, ultra-violent games on the Cartoon Channel “Adult Swim” website, Maple Story, using square roots at work checking out videogame packages on the way home from work, Anna Pasta, “Strive For Five”, hypnopompic phrase (“The parents of TypePad users born with sleeping alphabet.”), Frank’s wife Denice, tracking a WheresGeorge.com dollar bill, nude beach, AIM in Gmail, hating Facebook, movie quiz, video game review (“Brain Challenge” on iPod), movie “The Matrix”, the idea that at some level we are living in a kind of “Matrix” in our own imaginations, the nature of lies and deceptions, a kiss, and spilling seltzer water all over Lucille Ball. Hosted by Frank Edward Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com)

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