Things are certainly heating up on Game of Thrones and Amanda continues to do an amazing job recapping it all. But the struggles of the people of Westeros pale in comparison to a much bigger battle, the one I have been waging recently with the League of Dragons online slot machine. I was on a hot streak to start, but I feel like I’d have a better chance in the fighting pits of Meereen than I’ve had there lately.
Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Hobo Radio 350 – Big Vinegar
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are back. And after catching everyone up on the last two weeks in Baltimore (which, you may have heard, have been pretty eventful), they deal with one of the city’s lesser-known issues – people not knowing how to cross the street. They also talk about the criticisms lobbied at Joss Whedon from a group of far-left feminists who took issue with Black Widow’s portrayal in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Review – Mad Max: Fury Road
Joel Murphy shares his thoughts on Mad Max: Fury Road, a film that, from its opening scene, grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go.
Review – Game of Thrones – “Kill the Boy”: Grown ass man
Amanda Lowery recaps season five, episode five of Game of Thrones, which sees Jon Snow finally “kill the boy” inside and become a grown ass man.
Bone and Blood – Last Days in Vietnam
Watching the PBS documentary Last Days in Vietnam caused Kim Le to reflect on her own family’s last days in South Vietnam as they headed to America to start a new life.
Poppin’ Molly – Who’s the real monster?
Molly Regan looks at the pressure society puts on young women to have children.
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