|Somewhere Out There|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|February 25, 1996|
|Serious Monologue, 1 hour|
|Preceded by:||Bible Salesman|
|Followed by:||The Road To Calvary|
"I remember once, were were sitting on my front steps, watching ants."
Watching ants and thinking about their sense of purpose and individualism. Falling for a teddy bear in a store and being afraid of going mad. Sleep monologue: who needs sleep, sleep is a delusional state, there's no reason for sleep, insomnia as a blessing and entering into a state of alert meditation. Discussion in a room with two people in wheelchairs: river rafting, injuries v/s illnesses, slow motion chronic suicide. Joe challenged god to show himself. Asking a woman about her favorite things, sandals, seasons, etc. The sacred cannot be proven. Tragedies of blues and jazz musicians and sadness about America. Joe's mother is upbeat after a stroke, he cares for her in the hospital. Running and communing with trees on a golf course during his mother's illness. People viewed from an airplane.
The music appears to be based on the following with female vocals replacing the lead guitar and a few samples added:
The exact source however remains unknown. This may have been produced in-house.
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