Friday, June 5, 2009

Thank You Dos Equis

I have the esteemed pleasure of welcoming a new writer to our midst of Gentlemen. His name is Matt Lindeboom, a Loyola College graduate where he was known as the most literary man on campus. There are some important facts you should know about Boom... half of which are true:
  • His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man's entire body.
  • His blood smells like colon.
  • He was the Editor in Chief of his college newspaper.
  • He's a lover, not a fighter... but he's also a fighter, so watch yourself around him.
  • He taught English to school kids in Thailand for a year after college.
  • His personality is so magnetic, he is unable to carry credit cards.
  • He is in a band called OTIS is the Elevator.
  • Even his enemies list him as their emergency contact number.
  • He has just started two other blogs, one is an educational video-blog about alcohol called The Educated Pour.
  • If he were to mail a letter without postage, it would still get there.
  • His reputation is expanding faster than the universe.
  • So is his ego.
  • He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels.
  • He is a member of Gryffindor (the championship-winning Loyola College dodgeball team of 2008).
  • He lives vicariously through himself.
  • He is a Gentleman.
  • There is a beer named after his family name of Lindeboom.
Matt Lindeboom is the most interesting man, in the world.


Matt's also a good friend with a great sense of humor who enjoys long walks on the beach and biting satire.

For reference PART I: I had some Lindeboom beer while in Amsterdam... pretty good.
For reference PART II: Dos Equis

3 comments:

B.Graham said...

I like how Matt Lindeboom is at this point our Chuck Norris... or John Barkmeyer? I don't know how this works.

B.Graham said...

Either way, welcome, Matt!

ali d said...

Indeed, welcome Matt! (Sorry, I'm at the beach and thus behind on all this comment-leaving extravaganza.) From what I've read so far, I'm extremely excited to add you to the collective. I look forward to much biting satire to come.