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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Frank Nora Show 1559 – Mag Wheels (8/31/10)

50:41 – Recordbreaking and transformative month, the most tracks in one month on The Overnightscape Underground, shift in energy, new show art, 1559 (the 246th prime number), Hurricane Earl, the new New York “Empire Gold” license plate design, Pepperidge Farm Neon Goldfish, Palatino, Polar Lion, Griffinos Cigarillos, cane buyer, Times New Roman, Cinnabon, Comic Sans, storefront gates, licensing, branding, 57th Street, mini pasta, Fearless Fosdick, Hollows from Bleach, sweeteners, citrus packs, night is coming to Need For Speed World, the Sneaky TT cars, Central Park, Reason 5 and Record 1.5 demo, King Kong, Kaptain Kool and the Kongs, The Krofft Supershow, Korg nanoKEY, books, sausage peanut butter sandwich, Rock The Destination, Pelters, the movie “Mag Wheels” (aka “Summer School”) (1978), magical time period, Arco gas station, Newark, NJ, disturbing history, NJPAC, The Quarrymen, The Beatles, Shake Shack, Retro Arcade Museum in Beacon, NY got shut down, and enough with the ridiculous puritanism in this country.

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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 7:51 pm filed in Aug10,Frank  


  1. Fearless Fozdick was a satire of Dick Tracy that ran in the Lil Abner strip, by Al Capp, and also was used in a series of ads for Wildroot Cream Oil, a popular pomade of the era. As Capp used many ‘ghost artists’, it is very possible that Frank Frazetta or others actually drew him.

    Comment by PQ Ribber — September 1, 2010 @ 10:20 am

  2. shake shack is the tops, i love the burgers and the peanutbutter shake and fries,
    my friend is vegetarian and they have a mushroom based burger that he rates very highly…
    the original shake shack was actually in a park near 22nd tstreet i believe…

    Comment by alex (into the ether) — September 1, 2010 @ 10:34 pm

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