1:13:34 – The unnatural haze of a chemical spray, ideas, the origin of The Overnightscape, shoveling snow off a roof, new idea for an Internet radio station, The Exit Ramp, Letraset Masquerade, Creative Commons music, Jamendo, FedFlix, bad timing, more station ideas, limited time and energy for creative pursuits, The Shamen “Ebeneezer Goode”, black dog, profitability, context could performances, we still have a serious lack of context on the channel, insane sky of chemdogs and chemtrails and chemhaze, fools are so damn ingenious, Destructoid, more thoughts on the Boxee Box, analysis of the occult symbolism in the new Lady Gaga song “Born This Way”, theories about the Illuminati on the Internet, mind control victims, various names for the devil, rubber superstars, numerology, DNA, new cardboard bowls, Fresh Ginger Ale by Bruce Cost, Wacky Packages, Onsug Manual, the siren issue, Monty Python song “I Like Traffic Lights”, talking about seeing the Moon in the daytime, looking at the sky, wall hangings, bought some cigars, thoughts on tobacco, I need glasses, Oakley frames, Tekzilla, similarity between the 1984 songs “Welcome To The Pleasuredome” by Frankie Goes To Hollywood and “Where’s The Walrus?” by The Alan Parsons Project, and the animals are winding me up.

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

Released February 2011 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 1649 – Rubber Superstars (2/11/11)”
  1. Rich says:

    In the current economy of fear and shortages, sirens are good for certain businesses. They
    Reinforce the need for more body scanners, more surveillance, smart grids,larger police and fire
    Department budgets, more and more vaccines and cameras everywhere so they can keep an eye
    on things for us to keep us safe.
    This translates into bloated contracts between corporations that supply these things
    And local governments.

    There is a lot of money to be made in the fear and security related industries.

  2. Rob says:

    Even if people believe the lines in the sky are from airplane exhaust, why are they okay with that?? Why are people fine with giants lines of pollution filling the skies? Whether it’s jet exhaust or chemicals, it’s still poison either way! Why are people so complacent and quick to turn a blind eye to very obvious things?

    Also, if the planes really are spraying chemicals, what’s the purpose? I don’t mean that sarcastically, I’m genuinely interested in why it’s being done.

    Regarding “Him”… the effeminate devil character on the Powerpuff Girls cartoon show was also named Him. And if “hey” equals 11, then “hey hey hey” must equal 11 11 11. If you add that up, you get 6. “Hey” times three…6 times three…666. Is that too much of a reach?

    I think the problem with the Overnightscape Underground is the disorganization. Very simply, each show should have its own category (for example, The Frank Nora Show should be in the Frank Nora Show category). That way, the categories become links or portals to each show. Go to http://twit.tv and look at the left column. If onsug.com were set up similarly to that site, it’d be a huge help.

    On the subject of TWiT: Tekzilla is hosted by Patrick Norton, who worked with Leo Laporte on ZDTV/TechTV and is a frequent guest on Leo’s This Week in Tech podcast. 🙂

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