Show 55 – Death, Second Lines, Constitutional Amendments.

Show 55 starts with Stig and Bill discussing their drinks at Town in City Brewing and highlight what’s on the show.

At 4:33, Bill and Stig talk about the rash of celebrity and rock star deaths that have started the year. David Bowie’s career and music is highlighted in the segment.

At 13:44, Stig and Bill talk a bit about last years’ resolutions. Stig also details New Orleans tribute to Bowie and the pair discuss Allen Toussaint as well.

At 21:18, Bill discusses the Houston Marathon and Stig discusses how he is responsible for several college teams to lose. Bill talks about the Governor’s plan for Constitutional Amendments and Stig give’s his view on Sarah Palin’s endorsement announcement.

At 32:22, Bill gives us important updates on North Korea. Stig discusses analog technology back in fashion and then rails against fake credit card offers. Bill’s new thing confuses Stig.

Music featured in this episode:

  • “Sue (Or in a Season of Crime” – David Bowie (iTunes)
  • “Nothing to Fear” – Oingo Boingo (iTunes)
  • “Southern Nights” – Allen Toussaint & Chet Atkins (iTunes)
  • “Colorful Kids” – Ha Ha Tonka (iTunes)

Show 54 – Open Carry, Bowl Games, Texas Sues the EPA

Show starts with Stig and Bill exchanging New Years’ greetings and discussing their drinks. After a bit of talk about what each did for the holiday, Stig previews what’s coming up on the show.

At 5:41, Stig and Bill discuss the new “open carry” law which went into effect on January 1st. They also talk about the concept of “safe” zones and a list of establishments stance on allowing guns in or out.

At 17:31, Bill and Stig discuss a few of the recent bowl games. Stig also tells about his first experience at Allen Fieldhouse. The segment ends with talk about the Texans playoff future.

At 27:59, Bill brings an outstanding report on the state suing the EPA. The show concludes with Stig and Bill telling what is new for each of them for week.

Music featured in this episode:

  • “Jumping Jack Flash” – Peter Frampton (iTunes)
  • “Happiness is a Warm Gun” – Tori Amos (iTunes)
  • “Point of No Return” – Kansas (iTunes)