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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1545 – Turn The Corner (8/6/10)

1:15:26 – The inventor of Cheez Doodles dies, Cracker Jack, the incredible cosmic value of our pop culture, The Yellow Kid, ragtime, synthesis of energies, Korg Monotron, the analog hum of television in years past, nostalgia, romance, pleasure, wrestling videos, high-brow culture as an “emporer’s new clothes”, pictures of old malls, evil economic system as foundation for pop culture?, are “the powers that be” holding back pop cultural content injections?, Jesus concept, thy, horrible violence, lunchtime, coconut water, obsessions, current state of podcasting, the big media, end of Google Wave, the incredibly massive amount of information being created these days, exabytes, the number of books in the world, rise of digital culture, downside of the democratization of entertainment, weird energy these days, two crows, ONSUG Meetup, music show idea, Jamendo, welcome Republic of Avalon Radio, new wall, net neutrality, steam pipe, supershoes, Vitamin Water health claims challenged, Verdana, prime numbers, skateboard, pleasant objects, Beavis and Butthead to return, great new idea – cat treats for people, PoppaZoppa, all the unused topics, 57th Street, elite shopping, indecision, the winds of changes, and the gods.

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Released August 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 10:38 am filed in Aug10,Frank  

1 Comment »

  1. John Phillip Sousa was the Lady Gaga of his era – as was Jolson…. they had GROUPIES!!

    Comment by pqribber — August 7, 2010 @ 11:07 am

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