Joel Murphy looks at the recent failed Kickstarter campaign to create "remote-controlled humans."
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Joel Murphy realizes some of you may be getting sick of Pharrell's "Happy," but he can't get enough of it.
After nine years and 208 episodes, last night How I Met Your Mother aired its final episode, once and for all finishing the show's titular story. But the series took a surprising detour, one that retroactively altered the series' premise. Today, instead of looking at the finale
Local boy and former Washington National Steve Lombardozzi was recently traded to the Baltimore Orioles in hopes that he can help fill the gap left by injured starter Manny Machado. This week Joel Murphy talks about Lombardozzi, who he is a big fan of. But don't worry,
If the snow on the ground and the fact that it's Monday have you not feeling very festive today, don't worry - you aren't alone. Joel Murphy also has mixed feelings about St. Patrick's Day. While he enjoys the spotlight being put on his people, he doesn't
Whether you loved The Dark Knight Rises or you hated it, chances are you have thoughts on the memorable ending scene that takes place at a cafe in Florence, Italy. But did you know there was a deleted scene that took place right before that emotional reunion?
Since HoboTrashcan began, Joel Murphy has made his disdain for Jimmy Fallon quite clear. (He even mentions hating Fallon in his byline.) But Murphy also loves The Muppets. So his more optimistic friends thought perhaps Fallon's final segment on Late Night, where Fallon sang a cover of
When you are young, birthdays are a time of euphoria - an orgy of presents and sugary foods. But as you get older, birthdays can do strange things to a person. Sometimes, they fill you with ennui, which is where Joel Murphy finds himself today on his
Last night's Grammy Awards ceremony featured plenty of moments worth talking about. Jay Z, Paul McCartney and Lorde all racked up trophies. Pink showed off some impressive acrobatics. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featured a mass gay wedding during their performance of "One Love." But all people wanted
Joel Murphy saw a lot of films last year, sharing his thoughts on them in the reviews he posted right here on HoboTrashcan. But while many of them were forgettable and some were downright awful (*cough* A Good Day to Die Hard *cough*), some of them were