Show 23 – #RaceTogether, Astrodome Break-in, SXSW Wrap up

Show 23 starts with complaints on Stig’s coffee and what was the original Sunday, Bloody Sunday. Bill wraps up SXSW with early Saturday morning shennanigans.

At 7:55, the discussions continue with the latest legislation monkey business, Stig discusses the Starbucks initiative to discuss race relations. After coffee, we talk about the two guys that broke into the Astrodome and posted photos.

At 22:10, Bill and Stig discuss the week’s sports talk including Astros and Rockets.

At 27:54, Stig and Bill discuss what’s new to them for the week. Stig learns about high end paper models and Bill brings another great series, The Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt on Netflix.


Astrodome Adventure

Paper Millennium Falcon

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Music featured in this episode:

  • “We Don’t See Ourselves” – Hanne Kolstø (iTunes)
  • “Blah Blah Blah” – Girlpool (iTunes)
  • “Time To Go Home” – Chastity Belt (iTunes)

Show 22 – The Jinx and Legislative Monkey Business

Show 22 begins with a local State Represenative messing with our craft breweries. There’s also discussion on two other ill-advised bills.

At 10:50, Stig and Bill update the R. Kelly concert plans, Rockets and Dynamo schedules, note that the NCAA Basketball tournament makes a stop at the NRG, and one sticker for all runs into problems.

At 21:04, Bill has some drinking corrections, Stig follows Robert Durst down a long sad hallway, Astroworld is for sale, and Bill promotes G’Raj Mahal and the Roller Derby.

Astroworld for Sale

Houston Roller Derby

Music featured in this episode:

  • “A Case of Coors Beer” – Austin Lounge Lizards (iTunes)
  • “Jackrabbit” – San Fermin  (iTunes)

Show 21 – R. Kelly booking and Selma’s Anniversary

Show 21 starts with Stig finally getting beat in the FitBit challenge, and a chicory liquor, along with consideration of the “Sunday, Bloody Sunday” phrase being co-opted.

At 7:08, Bill and Stig discuss the R. Kelly issue and his scheduled appearance this summer at the Free Press Festival.

The Boston bombing suspect goes on trial and some oddities in that trial.

At 16:18, the 50th anniversary of the Selma march is discussed, also Stig mentions an article tracing 100 years of life in Montrose.

At 21:37, Bill begins our sports segment with the first Dynamo game of the season. Stig and Bill discuss JJ Watts new cabin. The Funnel Tunnel leaves Montrose and Bill wraps the segment with “One Sticker for All”.

At 31:32, more which color is the dress talk, music video talk including Taylor Swift, and Bill introduces us to a new bar off Navigation – Voodoo Queen.

A Century in Montrose

Houston Dynamo

Oscar Nominated Short Films (Animated)

Oscar Nominated Short Films (Live Action)

Music featured in this episode:

  • “Sunday, Bloody Sunday” – Rockabye Baby! (iTunes)
  • “Pride (In the Name of Love” – U2  (iTunes)
  • “So True” – King Floyd (iTunes)
  • “Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others – The Smiths (iTunes)

Show 20 – Almost Springtime in Houston?

Show 20 starts with Bill and Stig correcting their Oscars talk and Bill takes in a live show.

At 10:24, Stig has had too much coffee but talk turns to things of spring including SXSW, the Astros, random bike rides, softball leagues.

At 18:56, Bill and Stig give news of a few upcoming concerts of note, Stig has been utilizing his FitBit too much, Bill brings more idiotic news from the Texas legislature.

The show wraps up with a popular TV host stealing Bill’s material!


Music featured in this episode:

  • “Stripes” – Brandy Clark (iTunes)
  • “Never There” – Cake  (iTunes)

There were various sound clips from “Charlie Wilson’s War” which I finally finished watching this week on an airplane.