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Monday, April 26, 2010

Quest of the Mexican Door (FN 4/26/10 Mon) 27.55

Quest of the Mexican Door (FN 4/26/10 Mon) 27.55 (57:10 / 52.5 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – April 2010 – Track 55
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Created by Frank Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank Nora in NJ and NYC. Circus Hall of Fame dream, religion, White Nectarine, couldn’t think straight on Friday, I was disoriented, vitamins, spaghetti sauce commercials, Prego, fell asleep watching “2001: A Space Odyssey”, a hunch that the Hubble space pics are fake, a pattern in the bricks, the arcade and the dress code, The Amazing Road Trip, lip balm, Street Fighter 4, the theory of the Québécois buses, guy on drugs, bathroom, ticket price increase, NYC is the best, the strange joylessness of the “green’ movement and “green” products, new signs on 42nd St., cinematic death, Connect 4, went to a church, commonality among religions, atheism, spiritual energy, getting married again, simple-minded thinking, Korg nanoKEY, Reason, phasers, Hallmark Mexican door ornament, Sneaky TT, new Holiday Inn logo, Fountains of Wayne closed, Maker’s Mark, TV event, different cameras, little kids dancing around to Lady Gaga and Ke$ha music, TV trivia, Sesame Street, eating a white chocolate cross, Doctor Who review “The Time of Angels”, The Rani, Romana, the snack report, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, pinball, new $100 bill, Lotus Elise, miracle fruit tabs, other shows on the channel, TV this week, Shania Twain, and expressing emotion.
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posted by Frank at 7:58 am filed in Apr10,FN,Frank,nyc  


  1. Tokyo is better than New York City.

    Comment by Israel Brown — April 26, 2010 @ 9:40 pm

  2. Most of the “materialist atheists” reacted so bluntly because you insulted and patronized them, plain and simple. You can’t expect people to want to debate you if you call them names.

    Comment by Some guy — April 27, 2010 @ 6:28 am

  3. In retrospect I think I should have engaged less in the emotional side of this issue. I got drawn into the dialectics of it, the back and forth struggle. Kind of hard to avoid getting tumbled along with the rhythm, but I will try harder to spot and avoid dialectical traps in the future.

    Comment by Frank — April 27, 2010 @ 7:03 am

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