Thursday, January 12, 2023

Dairy Bar Drop Out Bus

In a parallel dimension, there was an Aurora Drop Out Bus that traveled through the land of the peculiar. It was a bus that was specifically designed for those who had dropped out of Aurora University, but instead of seeking nature, they sought the odd and strange.

One day, the bus made a stop at a mysterious town called Diary Bar. As the students got off the bus, they noticed a peculiar woman sitting at the bar. She had long, green hair and a sly grin on her face. She introduced herself as Foxy Chick, the proprietor of the Diary Bar.

The students were immediately drawn to Foxy Chick's strange aura and peculiar personality. She showed them around the town, revealing its hidden secrets and strange inhabitants. They spent the whole day exploring the town and learning about its peculiar culture.

As the day came to a close, Foxy Chick invited the students to have dinner at her bar. She served them a bizarre meal and they sat around the bar, discussing conspiracy theories and eerie legends until the early hours of the morning.

The students had a peculiar and strange time at Diary Bar, and they knew they would never forget the experience. Foxy Chick had become a strange acquaintance, and they promised to come back and visit her again.

From that day on, the Aurora Drop Out Bus made a stop at Diary Bar every time it passed through the town. The students always looked forward to seeing Foxy Chick and spending time with her at her peculiar little bar.



Monday, January 9, 2023

Jean Shepherd


Excelsior you Fathead!

Jean Shepherd, a man of wit and charm,

A voice that could keep us all disarmed.

With tales of days gone by,

He filled our hearts and never made us sigh.


His words were magic, his humor sly,

He made us laugh until the tears ran dry.

From childhood adventures to grown-up woe,

He spun a yarn that we couldn't let go.


So here's to Jean Shepherd, a master of words,

Who left us with memories that will never be blurred.

We raise a glass and give a cheer,

For the man who brought us joy and cheer.

Poem: Atari

Atari, oh Atari,
A name that brings back memories.
Of pixelated graphics and bleeps and blips,
Of hours spent huddled around console ships.

From Asteroids to Space Invaders,
We battled on and became players.
With joystick in hand, we conquered worlds,
Our thumbs a blur as the action unfurled.

But time moves on and technology too,
And Atari was left feeling blue.
But still it lives on in our hearts and minds,
A symbol of a simpler, more innocent time.

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Friday, August 12, 2022


Video stars Harold Lloyd for visual assistance with this audio
No matter your goals, The Incredible True Facts of Space and the award-winningauthor of special interest materials for Ladies Home Journal, Chad Bowers, present a proven framework for improving - every day in every way, with whatever materialsyou find present. He is joined in this experiment by Hollywood artist Harold Llyod who is one of the world's leading experts on habit formation. The small elf-like creatures that appeared from the craft back in 1978 (Julius Variant Timeline) reveal practical strategies that will teach you exactly how to form good habits, break bad ones, and master the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results. Join us for great justice at titfos.com and listen for Chad's weekly missives on the ONSUG Network. Grok appears courtesy of Hometownville

Friday, July 22, 2022

Mobile Mardi Gras Collage




Mobile Alabama Carnival Celebration  Audio Collage Experience.  Features Bob Grip, Eugene Walter, a Leprechaun, and the sounds of Mardi Gras.

Listen below.

Friday, June 10, 2022

The Incredible True Facts of Space talk about Newspaper Comic Strips

 Join Chad as he talks about some of his favorite comics:



Red Skelton Space Pirate


Red Skelton starred as a Space Pirate in the TITFOS production of Our Town at the Uniontown Alabama disabled senior facility. Sponsored by Woman's Day Magazine and a generous grant from ITT Blue Marble project. It was the part he was destined to play. We lost 3 seniors that day and two nurses quit. Thank you everyone for your support. It was a grand day for Uniontown and a special treat for our aging Grenadarian population.  We hope to release a video of the day's festivities as soon as we get the rights settled with Monsanto Genetics and the Red Skelton estate. 


 Thank you to Frank Edward Nora and MidJourney for their artistic support and the vegan plant dip.