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Saturday, February 11, 2012

The Overnightscape 855: Ape’s Ladder (2/10/12)

2:19:59 – Buying oatmeal, instant foods, loose leaf tea, food pills, Finnegans Wake, mallards, the TV show Quark, The Phantom Menace, jerky bus driver, Quark XPress, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, PageMaker, water flavoring, caffeine, Newfoundland, NJ, oatmeal failures, education system failures, ineptitude, breakfast cereal and cocktail gelato, the new phase of Nightstation, my future self, 209 Days, whittling, candy hassles, Fiat 500, recording technologies, LEDs, electrons, Ocelot, Geo Metro, toast, Valentine’s Day, Nissan Juke, hypnopompic imagery, Philip K. Dick, O Passion Of The Jukewand, O, papk, moist, juke etymology, car called Sleaze, glasses, iris, Pinball Arcade, Jacob’s Ladder, Cat’s Cradle, origami, jute, Museum of Modern Art, halal, l-cysteine, mellow anger, got a book – “The Electric Information Age Book”, paperback books of the 70s and 80s, Cult-Ure by Rian Hughes, Roadmarks by Roger Zelazy, Leaves of Grass, Flowers of Evil, French, PS Vita, Vineland by Thomas Pynchon, Kill Bill, Lamborghini, media saturation, future listeners, communications technology, technology of 2012, sitting in Times Square, devolution, eugenics, The Super Bowl, disco flyer, thuggish behavior, Arkansas TV, Blue Velvet, HDMI, Guinness Black Lager, MetLife commercial with Grape Ape, depressing realization, genetic theory, the mystery of consciousness, Saturday morning TV, The Banana Splits, Grape Ape’s Ladder on Train Crap & Blood #08 – Cartoons (9/1/91), Madonna, MTV, pogo boots, chair decency, Hillary Clinton dressing as a James Bond villain, movie review – “The Artist” (2011), two Chewbaccas, and Robusto. F1783

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  1. Sounds epic. Thanks!

    Comment by J. Wiz — February 11, 2012 @ 8:19 am

  2. Good episode. Regarding the Super Bowl, NBC actually streamed it online for free this year…so you didn’t have to watch it from a site in Arkansas.

    Comment by Rob — February 14, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

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