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Thursday, April 30, 2009

The Rampler #283 (4/30/09) 11.35

The Rampler #283 (4/30/09) 11.35 (1:20:57 / 74.3 MB)
The Overnightscape Underground – April 2009 – Track 35

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Created by Frank Edward Nora ( in New Jersey, USA
Frank in NJ and NYC in the morning. Starting at the bus stop in NJ, auctions of hollywood memoibilia, Planet of the Apes, Dr. Zaius, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Forbidden Planet, Au Bon Pain at Port Authority, chocolate croissant, rat caviar dream, Bryant Park, LaQ Japanese building toy – dice and cube, NetHack, American Idol, Lost, and a whole lot more.
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posted by Frank at 10:10 am filed in Apr09,rampler  


  1. Hi there. I listened to your podcast. If you’re looking for a place to see Rocky Horror in NJ check out We show it in Montclair and Bergenfield regularly. You missed a HUGE Rocky Horror convention that took place in Atlantic City this past year that featured original cast members from the movie Patricia Quinn and Little Nell.

    I took a look at the auction site you mentioned. Very cool stuff. A lot of it was owned by Forrest Ackerman who collected Science Fiction memorabilia for decades.

    Comment by Larry — April 30, 2009 @ 1:32 pm

  2. My hubby is a huge Kevin Smith fan. Thanks for the info on the auction. I’m sure he’ll find something… lol!

    Great show 🙂

    Comment by Carrie M. — May 1, 2009 @ 8:33 am

  3. I’ve noticed a pattern over here (in Ireland) with dilapated old cinemas.

    For the last year or two before they finally close down to get replaced by a new out-of-town multiplex, they show the Rocky Horror Picture Show every Friday or Saturday night, to a group of regulars who go eveyr week.

    My local cinema near my old batchelor pad in Rathmines, Dublin did it, then closed down, then it moved to my next local cinema in Naas, here in County Kildare, which promptly disappeared.

    Not sure which unfortunate town’s picture house is home to it now, but they should take it as a warning sign.

    Comment by Neal — May 4, 2009 @ 9:43 am

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