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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1531 – Orient Way (7/14/10)

1:17:13 – The sidewalk is blocked by furniture, I saw the dry earth, orange flowers, Evol Burrito for breakfast, the forum, simplified posting method, bumblebee, iron oxide update, government killing of animals, push button to cross, car detectors at intersections, radar, bear baiting, robot time, politics, the bus driver got lost, doom metal, Orient Way, it wasn’t his fault, pouring rain, album “Witchcult Today” by Electric Wizard, stoner rock, bathroom sound, Drugula, bear baiting in England and Pakistan, confusing savagery, Corridor of Losers, M. Night Shyamalan, compassion, a dangerous idea, etherial beings, subway, reincarnation and the ancient world, this show is not normal, Pan Am, bear hunting in New Jersey, copyright and Creative Commons issues, GUNKCAST, new Chipotle lunch method, arcade coin pusher games in Japan, Fortune Orb, Mario Kart 64 as a permanent aspect of reality, the universe as a static construct, weird wooden door, what is going on?, science and religion, the middle ground, happy happy, information, Rockefeller Center, Lego Collectible Minifigures, a chart on the Internet, I memorized the clown’s code, ATM, three funny people (clown, jester, mime), counterfeit detector pen, state flags, Lego Universe, the book “Microserfs”, the trend of talking about a lack of imagination, Journey Into Imaginary, a lot of dullards out there, the Lego Clown, big red afro, and the silly little people.

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Released July 2010 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by Frank at 6:45 pm filed in Frank,Jul10  


  1. “I memorized the clowns code” thats a great sentence. Made me laugh out loud. Love your idea about the 3 funny people in lego. You have great lego ideas, I made a small lego trainset per your idea about the smallest train set possible, just a minifig, standing, presumably waiting on a train. Great stuff.

    Big fan of Douglas Coupland, I discovered Generation X in a bookstore in Mobile Al. in 1991 on its first printing, being a Sigue Sigue sputnik/ Generation X, fan the title jumped out at me, and it became a instant favorite, guess I’ve read just about everything of his since then, at this point, he’s just one of those authors that I read everything of, regardless if he will ever surpass previous acheivements, it kinda becomes beside the point, /I just like his writing. Agreed on Microserfs, I remember catching glimpses before publication in Wired, but I imagine that you do too. Like Bob mentioned, its kinda scary how similar we all are.

    Comment by Chad — July 15, 2010 @ 11:54 am

  2. I’ve been overwhelmed with the outpouring of support for The Gunkcast! I really thought it a big joke when I did it! Thanks Frank for the mention and props on your episode… Also, I am coming to a much better understanding of the “creative commons” thing now!

    Comment by Smidge Kurdlebaum — July 15, 2010 @ 6:41 pm

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