The Overnightscape #685 (Saturday, February 23, 2008 / 3:23:00 / 93 MB / – 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,, 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 (

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