One night in New Mexico, in the late 1950s, a switchboard operator and radio DJ discover a strange audio frequency which could change the future forever.
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While Everett is walking Fay to her job at the telephone exchange, Fay begins recounting interesting articles she's read recently, all of which come from various editions of the magazine Mechanix Illustrated. The articles referenced, in order, are: "Electronic Highway of the Future" from January 1958, "A-Powered Trains in Glass Tubes" from December 1956, and "Your Telephone of Tomorrow" from September 1956. See more
At the 25:50 time mark, during the "switchboard" scene when Fay says "We're having a lot of switchboard ISSUES tonight.", it is MUCH MORE likely that in the 1950's she would have said "We're having a lot of switchboard PROBLEMS tonight.". The word ISSUES didn't really become a replacement for PROBLEMS until about the mid-1980's with the advent of "politically correct" corporate-speak. See more
I think at the lowest level, they send people on errands, and play with people's minds. They sway people to do things, and think certain ways - so that we stay in conflict, focused on ourself - so that we're always .. cleaning house, or losing weight, or dressing up for other people. I think they get inside our heads and make us do destructive things, like drink and over eat. I've seen good people go bad, and smart people go mad.
I think at the highest level they do things that cause nations to ...
Written and performed by Colton Turner
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