Is it just me, or is Santana Moss one of the coolest names ever? Sure, I like being saddled with the name Hobo Stu, but come on, it pales in comparison to the awesomeness of Santana Moss. If I was him, I would be doing James Bond style introductions to every person I walked past on the street.
Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
One on One with Santana Moss
While wide receiver Santana Moss will never be confused for one of the biggest guys on the football field, there’s no doubting the impact he has during a game. When the Washington Redskins need a play late in the fourth quarter, history shows they get the ball into Moss’ hands. And time and time again he delivers. Like he’s famously quoted as saying, “Big time players make big time plays in big time games.”
While Moss may not be big on talking, preferring to let his game speak for him, he was kind enough to spend some time with us looking back at his record-setting college and pro career, dealing with the loss of Sean Taylor and what he looks for in a quarterback.
Murphy’s Law – One Shot: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Joel Murphy continues his quest to seek out shows that he wouldn’t normally watch and give them “one shot” to impress him. This week, he watched Monday’s episode of Fox’s Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and he can’t help but question the Terminators plans to kill John Connor.
Note to Self – More than a contender
While there is certainly no shortage of interesting sports stories to talk about this week, sports columnist Brian Murphy chooses instead to focus his column on Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling. As the name implies, this new reality show takes 10 celebrities and attempts to turn them into pro wrestlers.
Outside of the In-Crowd – Orange Skanks killed the Video Star
Everyone knows that MTV hasn’t really been “Music Television” in years. However, last week’s announcement that the network has decided to cancel TRL was the final nail in the coffin. This week, Courtney Enlow mourns the loss of a once great network and shares her plan to return MTV to it’s former glory.
Overrated – Al Pacino
Al Pacino is considered to be one of the greatest actors of our time. While Ned Bitters agrees that Pacino’s performances in the first two Godfather movies and Dog Day Afternoon are nothing short of brilliant, Bitters can’t help but feel like Pacino has been phoning it in since the late 70s.
Also make sure to check out an all new Hobo Radio, From the Vault and Recyclables.
– Hobo Stu
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