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From the Vault – One on One with Mick Foley

Recently, Mick Foley shocked the wrestling world by opting out of his WWE contract and signing with rival promotion TNA wrestling. While the move was certainly surprising, it wasn’t completely unexpected. In October 2005, he had also been very close to signing with TNA wrestling, although he

From the Vault – One on One with Marcus Washington

In a world where dog fighting, weapons charges and police blotters dominate the sports pages, it’s refreshing to come across a player like Marcus Washington. Between his positive outlook, 100-watt smile and infectious personality, he quickly became a fan favorite ever since taking over our nation’s capital

From the Vault – Getting to Know … International Talk Like a Pirate Day

While the calender is already overflowing with pointless holidays created by Hallmark in an effort to sell more greeting cards (Arbor Day? Secretary’s Day?), there is one obscure annual holiday that is actually worth celebrating – International Talk Like A Pirate Day. As the name implies, September

From the Vault – One on One with Robert Wisdom

In 2006, we had the chance to sit down with Robert Wisdom, the man who played Maj. Howard “Bunny” Colvin on The Wire. Maj. Colvin traveled down an interesting road on the show – first legalizing drugs in Western Baltimore in what became known as Hamsterdam; then

From the Vault – No Hit Wonder – Breaking up is hard to do

Vick Viggler [Editor’s Note: For today’s From the Vault, we bring you a column written September 6, 2007 by Vick Viggler. Viggler was a struggling musician who wrote the now defunct “No Hit Wonder” column on HoboTrashcan.] Breaking up with some one is just a part of

From the Vault – Tara’s photos

Last year, to help us celebrate our second anniversary, HoboTrashcan’s site girl Tara returned to the site for a special hobo-themed photo set. If you missed it then, we are bringing it out of the vault this week. We think you will agree that it’s a much