So is everyone ready for the big game on Sunday?
I’ve been looking forward to this all year. I got permission from Joel to host my viewing party here at Hobo Headquarter so that we can watch the game in glorious high-def. I’ve stocked up on hot wings, beer and nachos. I even have $100 riding on the outcome.
Man, I just can’t wait for those adorable little puppies to take the field for this year’s Puppy Bowl.
(Don’t tell me you thought I was talking about that other big game this year. I could care less about that match up.)
Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Lost: Down the Hatch – The X Factor
The final season of Lost, which began this past Tuesday, already has people scratching their heads. Luckily, Chris Kirkman returns with his expert analysis to tell us what it all means. So read his recap and, if you are still confused, just pour yourself a tall glass of his episode-inspired drink recipe.
Murphy’s Law – Respecting J.D. Salinger’s privacy
With the passing of notoriously reclusive author J.D. Salinger, many people have begun wondering what unpublished novels might be stored in Salinger’s safe. This week, Joel Murphy argues that it’s best to leave the contents of the safe alone and simply enjoy his already published works.
Outside of the In-Crowd – An outrage-free Oscar season
This year’s Academy Award nominees were announced this week and, to Courtney Enlow’s surprise, the academy actually did a good job this year. Still, talking about how great the nominations are doesn’t make for much of a column, so Enlow reveals her few minor gripes.
Positive Cynicism – Does it really matter who wins a Grammy?
Much like Eminem, Aaron R. Davis doesn’t give a damn about a Grammy. That’s why he’s having trouble understanding the “outrage” expressed on the Internet after Taylor Swift won Album of the Year over Lady Gaga.
Hobo Radio 117 – Southern accents and butt jokes
Will Joel Murphy and Lars ever stop talking about how great Die Hard is? What is Lars’ new hilarious impression? Is Vivid really making a Batman porn? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.
From the Vault – One on One with Rachel Sterling
Rachel Sterling has the face of an angel and an amazing body … of work. In addition to being one of the most photographed women on Al Gore’s Internet, she has also appeared in Wedding Crashers and on The Man Show – two surefire ways to ensure most of the men in the country have enjoyed her talents.
In 2006, Rachel took a few minutes out of her busy schedule to sit down and talk to us about everything from cauliflower ear to Tara Reid boobs as we learn about the life of a hottie. If you missed it then, enjoy it now.
– Hobo Stu
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