1:33:20 – White lights, long weekend, invisibilty cloak, Mercury retrograde, ticket confusion, retro bus, food court, Cyber Monday, Christmas overload, Black Friday, Phantom Menace toys, the word “cyber”, Times Square, Train Crap & Blood, Cybernightcast, OsoaWeek (the weekly ezine of Obliviana Super Occult Amusement), Totally Gothic, I like lights, the atheist anti-Christmas billboard by the Lincoln tunnel, different kinds of atheists, spirituality, materialist philosophies, psychic senses, veggie turkey confusion, memories of “Mighty Joe Young” on TV on Thanksgiving, King Kong, Godzilla, the upcoming Overnightscape Central #1, a tragic holiday, ume rice balls and potato chip breakfast, pickles, Steely Dan, Madhouse Munchies, childhood weirdness in the USA, where does the door go, Nooi Pasta To Go, looking for the garbage can, price confusion, NetFlix on Wii, watched the movie “I Am Comic” (2010), comedians, Roseanne Barr, stand-up comedy related to Internet radio rambling monologues, just say it, reality hacking of other versions of yourself, weird bicycle, Cybernightcast, have fun with your puppet, lights in the cold night, Charmin Restrooms new location,toiler paper and batteries, DVDs, watched the movie “Tron” (1982) while also playing video games, envelope store, Space Paranoids, iPhone game Mr. Aah, tongue pain, Droid Pro, negative phone reviews, celebrity deaths (Leslie Nielsen, Irvin Kershner, Sleazy), Boards of Canada song “Dandelion”, landmark sign, bell tones, The Empire Strikes Back, Throbbing Gristle, Skinny Puppy, Overnightscape as virtual cityscape, Inland Empire, The Overnightscape #570 (12/11/06), crosswalk countdown, new plaza, Charmin Restrooms, Star Wars actors, Attack of the Clones, 42nd Street, police radios, and The Green Hornet in 3D.

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

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

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