53:33 – Wind warning, cold medicine, nodding off, Fringe, Boxee Box, the quest to enter the octagonal room from the street, digging a new train station under Grand Central Terminal, skateboarders, Dee Daa day, Audi fashion show, cigar, confusion of french fries, confusing websites, red Guess mannequins, In N Out Burger, Madison Avenue, troubled dreams of alternate realities, can’t find the entrance to the octagonal room, plush Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, flower sellers, return to the original Onsug logo, old logo persisting, Valentines, new Starbucks logo coming, The Biltmore Room, the mystery solved, Droid Pro, Urban Outfitters, hipsterism for the masses, generator, open mic, seminary, new movie “The Rock-Afire Explosion” about Aaron Fechter (who sent an email to the show years ago), audio-animatronics, SD card buying, the original 1977 version of Star Wars, 8mm and Super 8mm, Aunt Beru’s voice redone, Star Wars Mono Mix, The Overnightscape Underground Low Bandwidth Resources, little kids dressed up as Abraham Lincoln, and the wind warning was correct.

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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.

2 Responses to “Frank Nora Show 1650 – Pointless Dreams of Universes (2/14/11)”
  1. Ralf Schulze says:

    Listening to this now (octagonal room / Deedaaday thai food pod cast) I should try to listen to you more while I fuss on the PC in the evening. Thanks!!! -Ralf Schulze (aardvarkfarms)

  2. Rob says:

    I’ve experienced the same huge price difference between SD cards. Best Buy was selling an 8 GB SD card for $20 and another 8 GB SD card for $50. There’s a huge price difference between USB flash drives that are the same size, too. Go on Amazon and search for 8 GB flash drive. Some are $12, some are $20, some are $60! Am I missing something??

    My old roommates were from California and would bring me In-N-Out burgers on the plane ride back to NYC (before I became vegetarian). They were pretty good at the time, but not so amazing to cause all of this over-hype on the internet.

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