Title: "Property is Theft"
Episode Number: 91
Production Date: June 19th, 2005
Running Time: 30:00
Production has officially begun on ROX #91. (It began some time ago, maybe January 2003, maybe earlier. It's hard to say exactly when production begins on any episode, which is why the production dates in our episode guide tend to indicate when a show was completed.) I had a phone conversation with J about it a couple nights ago, so this seemed like a good time to articulate a few thoughts.
This is going to be a show about property, both... [More...]
We've finally wrapped up production on ROX #91, “Property is Theft.” Actually, we found it to be such an interesting topic that we ended up making it into two episodes. The second episode, ROX #92, is titled “Property is Theft, Part II.”
The two shows are best viewed back-to-back, preferably with a brief intermission to fix yourself a refreshing beverage — perhaps a White Russian, or a Hurricane, or J's own Porcelain Goddess concoction. Or... [More...]
ROX #91 uses Rainy Little Day during some footage of B's neighborhood during the Tropical Storm Isidore.
The recording of the song was made in Indianapolis at Queen Size Studios with Vess Ruhtenburg acting as engineer. At this time I had already moved to New Orleans but had gone back for the Indy 500 (2002) before starting my new job and squeezed out four tracks of all-analog.
The drummer is Jason Cavan of Marmoset,... [More...]
If you wanna throw down some video for ROX #91, let us know now, becuz we're wrapping this one up. We don't have half the stuff we wanted, but we did get a bunch of good stuff which we could never have come up with on our own. So thanks to all the contributors, and now I've got a little more shooting and a lot of post-production work to do.
Media for Property is Theft:
Pix for Property is Theft:
The mysterious black box: What is it? Why does everyone want it?
Editor B points to the rental property, located on Palmer Avenue in Uptown New Orleans, where he and Xy lived for two years, until they got sick of investing in other people's property.
Day tears up her property.