Old Cassette – Route 209 (FN 8/20/01) 28.17 (1:33:33 / 85.9 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com) – May 2010 – Track 17
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Frank Nora on a cassette recorded on August 20, 2001 – released here for the very first time. Topics: 11:00 AM, Stormjaunting on a Monday (day off work), setting off on a random journey in the Jeep, 7-11, vague plans, cigar, deepnotice, Route 46, cassettes, Uriah Heep, evil amusement park dream, pebbleswitch, heading up Route 23, Newark-Pompton Turnpike, heavy rain, Butler, rest area, Fairy Tale Forest, sunny, 17% grade, transporting french fries, Vernon, Route 94, entering New York, got a map, made a Storm Codex, Warwick, music store, Wawayanda Creek, Florida, Fulton’s Folly, Goshen, don’t care which way I go, neverbeen, Route 416, caught a glimpse of a superhighway, Route 211. Middletown, ghetto, Route 6, wacky graveyard, South Centerville, valley, radio, Port Jervis, Dunkin Donuts, Route 209, nonsense word “sinkefc”, Opie & Anthony, weird road to abandoned museum, Old 209, transported french fries 88 miles, Ellenville, another 209 Diner, demolished restaurant, 055500, Kerhonkson, 209 Market, rock sculptures, Marbletown, thunder, raining, everything getting wet, have to pull over because the rain is insanely intense, New York State Thruway, here comes the sun, looking for a rest area, bailing water out of the Jeep at the rest stop, Congo pinball, Disney Magazine, pumping gas, Route 300, Route 17K, sunshower, deer, Palisades Center Mall, Planet Harriers, what heppened to the coolness of entertainment?, history of video games, Galactic Gladiators, Obliviana, shared experiences, distilled highlights, Joe Tea, Indian restaurant, the supernatural side and the entertainment side, Route 46, X Zone, computerized audio entertainment, exit choice, back home at 9:51 PM after a 272.9 mile journey, and the end of the Stormjaunt.
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License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/us/). Attribution: by Frank Nora – more info at onsug.com
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The Overnightscape Underground is an Internet talk radio channel, focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts. Created by Frank Nora (frank@theovernightscape.com) in New Jersey, USA.

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