Tampa's least eligible bachelor

Matthew Sandler

Too fashionable for a header or footer on my homepage. Uses ten dollar words when one dollar words will “do just fine.”

This is either my “I’m not sure things are going to work out between us but I’m going to give it my best shot” or my “Your mother is dead” face.

Don’t feel like you have to hold your applause, I am quite impressive.

Looking for a quote on a new website, a comprehensive marketing strategy plan for your business, automation, or something else? Feel free to reach out. You can probably reach me fastest on LinkedIn, but leave a message here and I should see it within 24 hours.

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Superman: Doomsday Review

Released: September 2007 Main Characters: Superman (SURPRISE), Doomsday? Superman Clone? Doomsday is here for about fifteen minutes. Supporting Characters: Lex Luthor, Lois Lane, Superman Clone? …

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Watching & Ranking All DC Animated Universe Movies

Nerdy topic? Questionably interesting? Aren’t there better things you could do with your time? Is this your commitment to never getting laid again? Does this …

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Quick Update on Me, Writing, & the Future!

I haven’t written here in a minute but to give the few and far between who read an update, I quit my job last month! …

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Tecate, or How to Tap Into a New Market by Changing a Meaning

This article originally appeared in The Lombardian, a Tallahassee-based blog. Since then, I’ve had Tecate. It’s alright. Enter a new beer (to us, not the …

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Stream Wars 3: Return of the Delivery Guy

This article originally appeared in The Florida Basement, the former Swamp Records Gainesville-based blog. Great name. Amazon has been rolling out some fresh features lately. …

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The Value of Extending an NBA Playoff Series

This article originally appeared in The Lombardian, a Tallahassee-based blog. Many arguments have been fielded recently regarding the somewhat capricious nature of the National Basketball …

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