Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Review – Burn Notice: Season Two (Blu-ray)
Summer is a wonderful time for outdoor fanatics, but it’s a rather bleak time for those who prefer spending our days inside an air conditioned house watching television. Luckily, the USA Network is doing its part to entertain the lazy masses with the best original summertime programming on television, including Burn Notice, which recently released its second season on DVD and Blu-ray, making this a perfect time to get caught up on a great show.
Murphy’s Law – Really, America? Really?
Sure, Transformers was a decent enough movie, but anyone who thinks the sequel – with racist robots and all – is anything more than a chance for Michael Bay and friends to pocket more cash, they’re sorely mistaken. And yet, the second Transformers inexplicably hauled in more than $200 million in it’s first five days, leaving just one question: really, America? Really?
Outside of the In-Crowd – WTF, Death?
It was already shaping up to be a tough year for celebrities, but last week four more names joined the 2009 celebrity death count. With that in mind, Courtney Enlow is putting Death on notice by listing five beloved celebrities who the Grim Reaper best keep his bony hands off of.
Positive Cynicism – Everyone wants to be better than you
The Internet is great for two things: finding porn and spewing hate. So if you are one of those people who feels the need to go to message boards and/or blogs leaving comments about how you don’t hate anyone or anything because you are so much better than the rest of us, then Aaron R. Davis hates you.
Guest Blog Post – Is that my house?
It’s one thing to enjoy watching crappy reality TV shows, but it’s entirely different when you come home and feel like you are walking on to the set of one, minus the cameras. That’s what happened recently to guest columnist Brandon Miller. Read it and be glad it’s not your family.
– Hobo Stu
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