The Overnightscape Underground

your late night radio trip

Monday, September 20, 2021

Chadcast – In Store Training (9/20/21)

1:11:35 – Join Chad as he returns a work computer at UPS, visits a hardware store, rocksin the yard are very heavy, Vic and Sade remix by PQ, getting gas, eating oatmeal with bananas, nuts, honey, butter, value of time versus money, crazy expensive halloween decorations, mirror hanging wire, checking out self at hardware store, depersonalization of in-store shopping experience, directing voice actors, CIRCLE-R Media, Porter Wagoner show, Ziggy from Mars my Papillon having a good time all of the time, doing stuff around the house, hiking, time for your life, significant other, reading comic after comic, fresh batteries in Tascam DR-05X, Rat Study NIMH, Universe 25,Frank talking about anagrams of Oscar, RSTLNE from Wheel of fortune would be a great pen name because of the free public awareness of the popular letters,  drywall in homes, Sony sound bar sounds great in new room, Our eyes don’t see anything, it is all in your head, The joy of RoadRash with the music of the Wedding Present and flow-state,  floor registers and my old air ducts, Auckey from Hometownville appears on the new Game Show, “What is that sound” and makes a random call to Dr. Keigashkenu, Reiki healing of snow mobiles in exchange for fresh reindeer urine. 

Chad website:

Attribution: by Chad Bowers – more info at or

Presented  September 2021 on The Overnightscape Underground: an Internet talk radio channel, focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by pqribber at 5:50 pm filed in Chad,ramplers,reviews,Sep21,TV  

1 Comment »

  1. Good show. On horses and dogs expecting human direction, Heinlein said that all dogs are slaves, but all cats are free agents. Or something like that. I think it’s because they were thought by the ancient Egyptians to be gods, due to them being the companions of the Anunnaki-type gods, who carried them to earth on their spaceships in order to eliminate any nasty vermin on board. Every ship needs a cat, whether it sails on water or through space. See the OTR show “A Shipment of Mute Fate” for an example. Also the movie Alien, although that particular vermin was a little too much for an ordinary tabby to handle.

    On Porter Wagoner, I remember him introducing “Little Miss Dolly Parton” before she grew up — and out.

    Comment by Dave in Kentucky — September 21, 2021 @ 3:05 pm

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a comment

Powered by WordPress