3:12:58 – Crave cheese puff snacks, ATM receipts, Sniglets, Rich Hall, Not Necessarily the News, TV shows locked in vaults, Late Night with David Letterman, “cheedle”, building entrance, Buddhists, Nightweek, protesters, cartoon universe paranoia, space stores, The Store of Knowledge at The Mall at the World Trade Center, tape recorder, written language, my haircut at the World Trade Center recording from 2000 on Overnightscape Central, USB flash drive shopping, Star Wars deleted scenes, blue milk, Pocket Overnightscape, The Overnightscape Totem, Museum of Modern Art, goblets, Vinki, giant Hepatitis “C”, Pan Am premiere, chess, Pepsi logo history, Mary Poppins (Broadway musical), The Art of Noise song “Instruments of Darkness”, South African politicians of the 80s, The 1812 Overture, angry limo driver, another doomsday scenario, timelines, strange everyday things (spiderwebs, clouds, housecats, bananas), Overnightscape Central, ticket hut, temporary stuff on the street, The Moody Blues, Times Square, warring gods, short film “American Juggalo”, Insane Clown Posse, Obliviana, The Smithee Awards, Hot Topic, perceptions, people satisfied with a more primitive lifestyle, Bubb Rubb, soul age, Terra Nora premiere, time cop typecasting, computer generated actor?, Ladytron, mind control conspiracy theories, The Great Crocodile, Sucker Punch (2011), Fringe, Dig Inn, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010), echelons of occult power, Mary Poppins (Broadway musical), loose traffic light pole, whoop whoop, amateurish beetle art, The Sheepdogs on Project Runway, record labels, nachos degrade, socialization, Roxy Music, Duran Duran, People Express, Android/iOS game Orbital, purchasing problems, Get Lamp (2010), Roland rebate success, Chrono Trigger (SNES, 1995), Doctor Who “Closing Time”, K-9, honking, Jim Fidler’s new EP “1”, Brandon General, the radio vacation, The Human Orchestra, the depressing Mongolian Seating Area, Creative Commons, Yellowman song “Diseases”, Chim Chim Cher-ee, vague motion theater memory, Apocalypse Now, empty spaces in 11 Times Square, and arcade ideas. F1749

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