Frank Nora Show 1522 – Natural Jelly Snakes (6/30/10 Wed) 29.68 (39:45 / 36.5 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com) – June 2010 – Track 68
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Frank in NYC. Another theory of the world, The Matrix, the world as a computer simulation, idea preface, Grand Central, computer graphics, ancient civilizations, crystal technology, pop culture wonders, Bill Murray, David Letterman, video games, Sesame Street, a virtual projection of the future in the “past”, Lego Blocks, non-player characters, the halfway mark of the year, had to work late, 5 new shows, new show art for July, Onsug, The Overnightscape Underground, Imaginary Broadcasting, angry lawyer, airline pilots earning less than fast food managers, vague jobs, cool decks of cards, Bicycle Raider, weird memory of John Carter (Warlord of Mars) on The People’s Court, Dejah Thoris, planet of nakedness, new subway map, emergency food, peanuts, bus line confusion, Giants Stadium almost completely demolished, mystery bug, name a hard drive Lisbeth, tick wind as a time travel method, macaroni and cheese for breakfast, natural jelly snakes, Animal BMX stickers, Jumping Discs, and the Edmund Scientific Catalogs of the late 70s.
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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.

One Response to “Frank Nora Show 1522 – Natural Jelly Snakes (6/30/10 Wed) 29.68”
  1. Jan Erik says:

    It’s a long shot maybe but you can try to “crowd-source” identifying that mystery bug of yours. If you got some half descent photos of it and don’t mind releasing them under a free license you can try uploading them to Wikimedia Commons (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page) and add them to the “Unidentified Insects” category there, with a bit of luck someone might recognize it and update the name and description.

    To keep track of it just go to the history page for the image afterwards and subscribe to the RSS or Atom feed offered in the toolbox there.

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