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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Rampler #276 (4/22/09) 11.26

The Rampler #276 (4/22/09) 11.26 (46:11 / 42.5 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – April 2009 – Track 26

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Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank in NYC in the morning. Talking about a lot of stuff, including The Overnightscape feed, Earth Day, Gaia Theory, mitochondrians, midi-clorians, the fractal nature of reality, Nassim Haramein at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library, Mandelbrot Set, dark ideas in Earth Day, New 42nd St., sounds, we are living in a “Matrix”, Hello Kitty, Batz-Maru, the “global warming” scam, conspiracy theories, Sun Chips, American Idol, Lucky Strikes, composting, shades of gray, heaters, the breakfast inspiration – english muffin with peanut butter and hot dogs, oldschool hardcore techno, songs “Dominator” and “Fuck Them” by Human Resource, Thunderdome series, the naughties, Peaches, CB Simualtor on CompuServe, Blanka from Street Fighter, interior demolition, The Rampler Limited, guy drops a dollar, digging into the ground, hitting a telephone pole with a shovel, 7 Second Delay show at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, de-Ghost Rider the iPod, shaving ad, bashing, John Henry, Star Wars, and Michael Nesmith.
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posted by Frank at 7:29 am filed in Apr09,rampler  


  1. Hi Frank,

    I agree with you: maybe global warming exists, maybe it doesn’t. Either way, we should take steps toward improving our environment. I don’t want to live my life surrounded by litter, breathing poison smoke, and drinking dirty water. Who does?

    Frito Lay Sun Chips aren’t healthy. The ingredients are: whole corn (good), sunflower oil (good), whole wheat (good), rice flour (refined, therefore bad), whole oat flour (good), sugar (bad), and salt. Garden of Eatin’ Blue Chips are healthy.

    In the early-mid 1990s, my friend had CompuServe and we’d chat on CB Simulator. Then, a few years later, AOL took over and everyone used AOL chat rooms. Same thing, different name. Then, in the late 1990s, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) took over. I still use AIM, but I use Twitter now, too.

    Comment by Rob — April 22, 2009 @ 9:30 am

  2. Happy Earth Day to you also Frank 🙂 and to everyone else!

    Global warming… I used to believe. Then my husband said “Humans have been here such a short amount of time in the grand scheme of things, how do we know that this isn’t the normal cycle of the earth?” That made me think. We as humans have no idea what the normal cycle of the earth is over billions of years because we just haven’t been here long enough. Interesting…

    I don’t believe that any vote is wasted no matter who you vote for. I voted for the person I felt was best for the position at the time, from those I had to choose from. Exercising my right as a citizen to vote is never a waste… Not voting would have been a waste of my rights that so many fought and died for.

    Comment by Carrie M. — April 23, 2009 @ 9:01 am

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