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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Quaquaversal Satellite – Wide Brim (3/16/14)

1:18:32 – Jimbo and his Empty Yellow Pad:  No material again!, Jaunting Jimbo runs amuck at DFW Airport (teapot/Who Shot J.R.?), Selling stuff in Junior High, I am still alive, Grape juice, I broke my microphone but I am prepared, No material!, Indians who can fit in small box, Fascinating Chinese people who can balance plates on sticks, The Vic and Sade/ONSUG/QS synchronicities are SPOOKY (Shambles and Nate etc.),  Kansas, World’s largest ball of foil, Deepest well (yawn), Drive, No haunted things happened today, Thinking about crock pot bread, I hear Mr. Chit Chat, Gleason and Armstrong Episode 006 (Happy and Singing, Robby Forgot Picture of Elizabeth Frost)
Ribber replies and riffs!!  Mr F LeMur!!  The Six Gun Gorilla and his awesomely non-PC Adventures!!  The Loveatory!!  Stuff from Mechanics Illustrated, January 1930!!  Tippy the Wonder Dog!!

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Attribution by PQ Ribber

Released March 2014 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio collective with a freeform monologue style,  diverse and fascinating hosts who craft thought-provoking, unique transmissions, and having fun doing it!

posted by pqribber at 8:03 am filed in audiobooks,Jimbo,Mar14,music,PQ,ramplers  


  1. Yeah, I started listening to Vic and Sade before I even realized that it was set (in all but name) in Bloomington-Normal. Fun fact: The small house halfway up in the next block is across the street from my shrink’s office. 😀

    I’ve thought before about going on a road trip and recording the whole way, visiting various places in Bloomington and the surrounding area that are mentioned on Vic and Sade. Haven’t gotten around to it but hopefully I’ll get to do so in the not-too-distant future. I might not have thought about bringing a camera along until I listened to this show, but now I’ll make sure I do.

    And Jimbo, your website will make an excellent resource that I can use to map out the trip ahead of time…

    Comment by Shambles Constant — March 19, 2014 @ 10:24 am

  2. Shambles (by the way, great name!), I have done my best to document these places as best as I could:

    The Whiz Bar factory (aka Candy Factory where Pauline Delacey worked)

    The/A Bloomington cigar store

    Whatever “large” ballpark is in Normal (Vic played semi-pro ball for Normal) It’s probably the home for the Cornbelters (if they are still around) (see

    Train depot,+05_30_08.jpg

    A ‘clothing store’ (no details of which one this is, but it looks like it could be Silvers or others mentioned on the show ),+05_38_07.jpg

    This specific are of town, especially the rail yard ‘junction’ (this would be the approx area of the Bright Kentucky Hotel and nearby would be the Lazy Hours Pool Hall.,+08_11_41.jpg

    Of course there are these as well:

    Courthouse (but also and especially the courthouse lawn area out in front),+06_22_13.jpg

    The People’s Bank,+06_25_18.jpg

    Miller Park – The front of the park (sign) and especially the picnic area and also “Dillman Dells”

    The C and A shops

    The Snow and Palmer Dairy

    Coal mine

    And there are dozens of streets listed in the series and you can find all that we know of here (bottom of the article)

    I am looking forward to whatever you come up with and hope you will also allow me to share them with my readers!
    “My Store” – was probably Yamiltons

    Inter-urban station area (and behind it)

    Comment by Jimbo — March 19, 2014 @ 1:33 pm

  3. testing 1 2 3

    Comment by Jimbo — March 19, 2014 @ 5:33 pm

  4. Wow, lots of information… I’m bookmarking this so I won’t forget which show it was on.

    Absolutely you can share anything I can come up with.

    By the way, Jimbo, your contributions to Onsug have been (and will continue to be, I’m sure!) fantastic.

    Comment by Shambles Constant — March 20, 2014 @ 12:17 pm

  5. Thank you very much. We are all looking forward to your return – it should be fun!

    Comment by Jimbo — March 20, 2014 @ 12:49 pm

  6. If all goes well, it will be tonight.

    Comment by Shambles Constant — March 21, 2014 @ 8:08 am

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