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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Overnightscape Central – 10 Years of the Central I (11/3/20)

2:18:07 – Celebrating a decade of the most unique and fabulous show, in transmission!! Doc Sleaze!! Mark Rose and Milt Kanes!! Frank Edward Nora!! Chad Bowers!! PQ Ribber is your emcee!!

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Overall attribution by PQ Ribber , all other hosts appear courtesy of themselves.Released November 2020 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts presenting  an array of talk-driven programs that are inspired by the Magic of the Human Voice!

posted by pqribber at 6:13 pm filed in Chad,DocSleaze,Frank,Mark,Nov20,OvernightscapeCentral,PQ,ramplers,reviews  


  1. Greetings All,

    What a wonderful show. It reminded me of the time my grand father’s voltaic belt malfunctioned in such a way as to render him to a state of constant babble during which time he delivered a sermon concerning methods of finding improvement to the kidneys and various assorted forms of lumbago and costiveness. The story was an odd one, but full of helpful hints. Primarily, there was advice to clutch or constrain the bodily orifices in the manner taken by body builders and circus people. He championed that taken daily this regimen would reverse diseases acquired by the indiscretions of youth. He was so inflamed with youthful vigor that he darted out into the yard and ran as if he were ablaze. He made voice with sounds of unbridled madness. It is a horrible thing to relate to you, but it must be stated
    that we followed him. We came upon him manically relieving his prurient impulses with absolute abandon into the desecrated phoenix nest of the family milk cow. Nothing was said of the incident at dinner and the Voltaic belt was thereafter only used in private.

    Comment by Chad Bowers — November 5, 2020 @ 8:42 am

  2. Thanks. Them voltiac belts were rendered obsolete by the ‘sans a belt’ trends in the late 60s.

    Comment by pqribber — November 6, 2020 @ 8:07 am

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