1:07:09 – Standing at the bus stop in the pouring rain with a tiny golden umbrella, bathroom line at Trader Joe’s in Brooklyn, brightly colored wig phenomenon, street fair, insane traffic, lower back pain – the modern disease, the Dr. Sarno method, insane tactics, subway, morning umbrella incident, parking area water, folding metal chairs, sewer, Irish Titanic guy, MetLife Building, discomfort, pain killers, drained, cigar, Republic of Avalon Radio iPhone app, podcasting, Newfoundland, refueling planes, Hard Rock against Hard Rock, licensing, Las Vegas, sex and drugs, many candies have become “Wonka”, Beatrice, Burger King sign, food photography, smoking in Times Square – soon to be illegal?, upcoming Disney Store in Times Square, once-rumored Disney Villains Roller Coaster Park, Forever 21 video screen, Blackglama, the “miracle font” Optima, Metropolitan Opera broadcast in Times Square, The Event, and this society drives everyone insane.

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

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

3 Responses to “Frank Nora Show 1575 – Early Umbrella Fiasco (9/27/10)”
  1. SinisterPurpose says:

    I was intrigued by your discussion of Willy Wonka candy. Especially the moment when you referred to the remake as “not necessary”. You can earnestly believe that the “powers that be” have the coordination to conduct false flag attacks on America, fake moon landings, and replace members of The Beatles, but the idea that the same level of coordination could be used by American business to revive the credibility of an obscure candy branding doesn’t cross your mind.

  2. Frank says:

    Willy Wonka is real!!! He’s controlling all of society from the cartoon universe!!!

  3. Bob LeMent says:

    Notice almost all the Wonka candies don’t actually have any chocolate in them, it is Nestle keeping the candy man down, he can’t make his delicious chocolate, only compressed, flavored dust.

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