1:25:01 – Theory about a certain energy in 1980, experiences changing you, information overload, idea about Gods and God, “Way To Go!” TV segment from 1980 about granola and The New Games, glimmers of that energy in ONSUG, 1979 documentary “Fantastic” about The Fanstastic Food Factory, the future was beaten down in the 80s, Ronald Reagan, 1981 video game “Astro Blaster”, Helen Reddy and Ed McMahon on the first episode of “Midnight Special”, some random music, and Mulder and Scully.

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Attribution: by Frank Nora – more info at onsug.com

Released August 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (onsug.com), an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

2 Responses to “Frank Nora Show 1541 – Aloha (8/1/10)”
  1. Rich says:

    I’ve been saying the same thing for some time now!

    Something is just not right…things have changed. People have changed.
    I’m basing my opinion on my early years in the 60’s-70’s

    Problem is I have no one to talk to about it, it’s nearly impossible to
    engage someone in a discussion of these types of things. Before I was
    self employed, I occasionally would bring this type of subject up in
    lunchroom conversation and would get blank stares or a response
    like “You’re sick”.

    We can thank Shepherd for making us observers of society and having
    the need to understand these things.

    Apparently it’s a lot worse in Taiwan. My son says that the younger
    generation there, which has grown up with more technology, are
    like machines. Their only enjoyments exist in a virtual world.

    It’s a lonely road my friend!

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