The first electric washing machines were invented back at the dawn of the 20th century. After 100 years of doing laundry the same way, Joel Murphy thinks its time for a change. This week, he calls for washer and dryer makers to step up their game. He
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Building an entertaining film around Wolverine seems like a no-brainer. However, Hollywood has taken two shots at giving Wolverine his own standalone film, neither of which worked as well as they should have. So perhaps there is only one man who can get it right - Axel
Elmore Leonard past away yesterday at the age of 87. Even if you never picked up one of his books, you are still likely familiar with his work since 26 of his novels were adapted into either films or television shows. Tthe most recent of which was
If you've picked up a pack of Skittles lately, then you've noticed a big change. The Lime Green Skittle, which has been part of the original pack since its inception in 1974, has been permanently replaced with Green Apple. Lime has been relegated to the new Darkside
What happens when you marathon watch Battlestar Galactica on Netflix and then switch over to the coverage of the royal baby being born? Well, if you're Joel Murphy, you end up mashing the two things up together into a bizarre fever dream of a story, which you
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?
Orson Scott Card has vocally opposed gay marriage, going so far as to join the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage. But now that the Supreme Court has ruled that married gay couples deserve the same federal rights as married straight couples, Card would like to move on
The Fourth of July is almost upon us. While many of you are marking the occasion by stocking up on fireworks or loading up on assorted meats to grill, Joel Murphy wants to celebrate the day by bringing back one of America's greatest patriot - Jack Bauer.
Like many of you, Joel Murphy has had countless people forwarding him the recent Huffington Post article featuring a painting by Craig Mahoney of an adult Calvin clutching a forgotten Hobbes doll that he has rediscovered inside a storage box. While the article claims that the painting,
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which has been on high alert ever since Janet Jackson ripped off her top at the Super Bowl, is considering loosening their restrictions on network television. This has already upset many parent groups, who fear their children will be exposed to copious