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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Frank Nora Show 1674 – Abide a Wasteland (3/30/11)

39:52 – Box of beer, a new idea, pasta, coffee, cigars, The Dark Tower series of books by Stephen King, weird memories of a Korean restaurant and a bookstore, audio length of Onsug so far, a long journey through a desert in pursuit of something, a slight dizziness, men at work, Burger King, good coffee trend, BK Joe, Seattle Coffee Roasters new logo, peddlers, weird giant bicycle, Peddler’s Village, audiobooks, Jackie Chan is alive, Baltic Coasts on HDNet, saunas in Finland, MTVU, classical music, instrument sounds, neon stage, Electric Wizard album “Dopethrone”, play with a pen, Bermuda display in Grand Central, pale pink scooters, college friend who was killed in a bank robbery, Puch moped, Giovanni Smurf incident, Naughty Boy, the idea MOT, coat selection, get money, broken purple chair, Mercury Retrograde, bubble tea, getting a dust mask, it helped somewhat, lunch at Grand Central, little electric vehicles, Indian Food, Cadbury Flake, beverage review (Argo Tea – Mojitea), shampoo bottles, wastefulness of bottled beverages, charities, beeping noise, and yellow electric vehicle number 87.

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Released March 2011 on The Overnightscape Underground (, an Internet talk radio channel focusing on a freeform monologue style, with diverse and fascinating hosts.

posted by Frank at 3:46 pm filed in Frank,Mar11  


  1. You can’t fool me. I hear the sirens in the distance!

    Comment by Rich — April 1, 2011 @ 3:29 am

  2. Your fiend, Andy Kaufman, was kind enough to do the ‘Beforeward’ of my latest book, “Ye Ole Fiendly Towne and Other Whittier Zombie Haikus”
    which can be found here:

    Also, the music in the beginning of this show is mesmerizing.
    Would you like to collaborate on a video/s? I imagine this kind of music serving as the soundtrack….ain’tnodoubt’boutit!

    Comment by Doobie McDonald — April 8, 2011 @ 5:47 am

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