Show #136: Shrunken-head Fashion Accessory

SuperCanadaTeh 36 plus a hunderdth’d episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.This week’s episode: the demise of the pay toilet; Superman, who goes to Canada, where people are not allowed to lie; storied venues, and The Bell House‘s chances of becoming one; Paul pwns fashion; animatronic iHeads; more musings on The Thrilling Adventure Hour, and Brooklyn; and the coolness of Luke Skywalker’s clicky-clacky wrist space-pistons.

Show #136: Shrunken-head Fashion Accessory



  1. Lena
    Posted May 17, 2013 at 3:56 pm | Permalink

    Does “everything west of Europe” count the Caribbean and Latin America?

  2. Brandon
    Posted May 23, 2013 at 5:12 pm | Permalink

    I find it ironic that the worst toilets I’ve ever used are the ones I’ve had to pay for. Oh, and Paul…..Hodgman says you need to look into getting a PC.

  3. Alex
    Posted May 24, 2013 at 3:35 pm | Permalink

    I saw pay toilets in Mexico.

    I’ve been living in Houston since 2001. Certainly this city lacks the kind of sights and cultural attractions that other large cities have – no fantastic natural beauty or famous landmarks to see. However, since you mentioned food…many Houstonians consider the food scene to be the best thing we have going. Many new places have sprung up new since you last did a concert here (which was too long ago as far as I’m concerned! 2009, 2010?). The problem may be the lack of a concentrated walkable urban core, everything’s pretty spread out, even if you have a car it would be time consuming to hit a bunch of different places if you were only in town for a few hours, but a lot of the new places are all in pretty much the same area, which is in the same general area (although not walking distance) as the venues where you’ve performed before.

    Hopefully you’ll come do a show again soon and hopefully I or somebody else can give you some good restaurant recommendations.

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