The Overnightscape Underground

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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Time Travel Holiday (FN 2/2/10) 25.3

Time Travel Holiday (FN 2/2/10) 25.3 (54:10 / 49.9 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – February 2010 – Track 3

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Created by Frank Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank in NJ and NYC. Groundhog Day, time travel holiday, 1993 movie “Groundhog Day”, the gold shirt, disco soldier, Lost, time loops, being human, Walkman / cereal guy, new Carvel / Cinnabon in the Port Authority Bus Terminal, personal Cinnabon breakfast history, 9/11, ice cream and pastries, old TV commercials with Tom Carvel, Carvel logo, time travel, police state, self-replicating worker robots, enunciation, observer, real people, timelines, violinist, Severe Repair, subway announcements, wheelchair, Olympics security, The Bonneville Salt Flats, helix, comic strip creator retirements, Bill Watterson (Calvin & Hobbes), David Trampier (Wormy), J. D. Salinger, Berke Breathed (Bloom County), Doctor Zope Wants Your Brain, the day of the man-child, 1986 Worst Minicomic of the Year, TV show “Kell on Earth”, Fashion Week, Japanese anime series “Naruto Shippuden”, filler arcs, Deidara figurine, cosplay, and aspects of the Japanese language.
License for this track: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States ( Attribution: by Frank Edward Nora – more info at

posted by Frank at 9:23 am filed in Feb10,FN,Frank,nyc  


  1. Haven’t listened yet, but I am completely obsessed with Tom Carvel and his products, especially Cookie Puss. Check this out:

    Comment by J. Wiz — February 2, 2010 @ 9:29 am

  2. Do you know he may have been murdered?

    Comment by Frank — February 2, 2010 @ 9:33 am

  3. Wow! I had no idea. That’s crazy.

    Comment by J. Wiz — February 2, 2010 @ 11:02 am

  4. Hey Frank! I’m getting back into ONSUG after a few month’s hiatus. I just wanted to tell you a little about the Bonneville Salt Flats because I live in Utah. The salt flats are what’s left of a gigantic lake (Lake Bonneville) that disappeared about 14,500 years ago. It was about the size of Lake Michigan, so it covered a huge part of Salt Lake City. Today you can see the shoreline of the lake on the hills around the valley, kind of like a line left after taking a bath.

    And, most importantly, it was named after an explorer who went through the area in the 1800’s.

    Anyway, keep up the good work!

    Comment by Ghost Cake — February 5, 2010 @ 8:06 am

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