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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Bus Stop Double Step Back (FN 1/21/10) 24.15

Bus Stop Double Step Back (FN 1/21/10) 24.15 (41:13 / 38 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – January 2010 – Track 15

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Frank in NJ and NYC. Bowling alley arson in South Jersey, napkins, size of New Jersey, bus stop double step back, subcultures of bowling leagues / comic book stores / video game stores, Twitter, American Idol, Tiny Tim, assault, going to see Avatar tonight in IMAX 3D, Shania Twain, Modern Family, sitcoms, Conan O’Brien, Peer Gynt, 434 states, slippers falling apart, barleywine, subway, beeping, Naruto Shippuden, cosplay, shuttle, Crayola Silly Scents crayons, ezines, contrarian, cafeteria worker protest is over, Tower Records, art, Foul Rift update,, Nora manga, upcoming shows, coffee guys, advertising, marketing, and phone guy.
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posted by Frank at 8:34 am filed in FN,Frank,Jan10,nyc  


  1. you should see AVATAR on the legit IMAX. the story is lame, but the action and visuals are great. Going in knowing the story is lame is probably key in enjoying it.
    I think the Lincoln center is the only good one to see it in… i saw it in real3d first and liked it but was meh, saw it large in IMAX and it definitely made the experience better.

    Comment by alex m — January 21, 2010 @ 10:49 am

  2. You are right… it turns out I am going to see it on the “fake” Empire 25 IMAX…

    But I already bought my ticket so I guess I’m screwed…

    Comment by Frank — January 21, 2010 @ 11:00 am

  3. well if it means anything, if you have an interest in seeing it in the giant imax. i’d suggest it, because that’s really the way it’s to be seen,
    but i could’ve just been drinking the kool-aid. hope you found it enjoyable.

    Comment by alex m — January 21, 2010 @ 8:07 pm

  4. You briefly mentioned Peer Gynt, wondering what it was.

    It’s a famous Norwegian play, see it contains a few iconic music pieces you have probably heard at some point (think there are samples on Wikipedia as well if you drill down under the music section).

    Comment by Jan Erik — January 22, 2010 @ 12:35 pm

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