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Monday, August 25, 2008

The Rampler #23 (8/25/08)

The Rampler #23 (8/25/08) (43:53 / 40.3 MB)

Show Notes:

FEN leaves works and notices some roadwork.

FEN discusses an overloaded email inbox, new movies, game table online, dice games, looking like an idiot with water on his shirt, people looking at him while he records, why we have a falsetto voice, peripheral vision, Jim Carey, R.E.M, Man in the Moon, Andy Kaufman faking his death, the moon landings, people bashing things in the background, Christian Scientist and medical care, the nature of reality, Star Wars and arms getting cut off, how Andy Kaufman could return, a film crew he spotted, the Japanese bookstore, a damaged book sale, electric car handout, Gene Shepherd, dead batteries, a cake-shaped notepad, re-ment, bottle of stuff, running to cross the street, how much is too much Rampler, getting stressed out, overhearing headphones, whether he is a recluse or not, payphones, and waiting for the bus.

NCN 02:12, 26 August 2008 (UTC)

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Join host Frank Edward Nora his daily commute, walking through the streets of NYC, as he discusses a dizzying myriad of topics. This show is an experimental “spinoff” of Frank’s main show, The Overnightscape (which continues on as normal). The show is recorded directly as a 128kbps MP3 file on an Edirol R-09 portable recorder. This makes it much easier to release the recordings, since no post-production is required. Also, at least to start with, the shows will be released without show notes to further speed up the release process.

“The Rampler” is released here on The Overnightscape Underground, but it exists outside the standard “Day” format – again, to make it easier to very quickly record and release.

License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora, more info at

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