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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1547 – Equal Litter (8/12/10)

2:02:23 – Fire engine in field of vision, get umbrella, strange energy lately, Nintendo Wii, video game history, pop culture in the universe, Tiny Tots on Rt. 22, Bono and Sonic the Hedgehog, Equal litter, popcorn insanity, incompetent workers, stores with personality, Cinnabon, miniature cinnamon rolls, enthusiasm, nerds, free chewy bars, bags are great, dropped the recorder and it smashed to the pavement of 42nd St., subway, relevance in media, the old days of just a few TV channels, searching for a point of relevance, night radio, live streaming station, more video game history, Nintendo Wii, more incompetence, recording of a speech – “Aldous Huxley – The Ultimate Revolution” from 1962, conspiracy theories, Internet talk radio, mind control, raining again, Mercury Retrograde, Google ads, The Shaver Mystery, theories and paranoia of the nature of this level of reality, time loops, the year 5000, buying the Wii at Target, unpacking and setting up the Wii, vague basketball stage and giant statues in Times Square, memory limitations, the “end” of the Iraq War at the end of this month, the end of the original Overnightscape, growing complexity, WiiWare games (Cave Story, World of Goo, Tetris Party, Bit.Trip Runner), Miner 2049er, Stunt Race FX, and driving cars with manual transmission.

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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 8:15 pm filed in Aug10,Frank  


  1. loved it. maybe the best show yet. Didn’t know you had a LYNX, i still really get a thrill talking about videogames, loved hearing about your history with them.
    I need to do a show about it as well.

    Comment by Chad — August 13, 2010 @ 2:27 pm

  2. I grew up on two channels. My older brother remembers having just one. I remember being envious of a neighbour who had a bigger antenna and could pick up the BBC from abroad.

    Comment by Neal — August 14, 2010 @ 6:50 am

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