Matt Lights up the L

Spotted: Como virtuoso, Matt Snyder, racing down the steps to find solace in the L train.

A warm thank you to our dear fan, Jennifer, for sending us this piece of comorazzi, as well as this bit about the experience:

“…It was so amazing seeing one of the Como guys in person.  Matt was just as haughty as I’ve always imagined.  He was dressed in a ton of plaid too, which made me a bit uneasy! I even asked him about it, just jokingly, which I guess Matt took as some sort of insult. He responded by saying, ‘Too much plaid is better than no plaid,’ and then ran down those steps to the train.  It was as if he were feigning for the L train, I don’t know really.  I still don’t understand why he and Mike were so quick to put down New York’s subways, yet praise the L on the most recent podcast. Sometimes it’s better to just be kept guessing, I suppose…”

She’s referring to PODCAST Episode 25 – Old Hispanic Men in Lawn Chairs, but anyway, thanks Jennifer for the email!

Send in your Como pictures, news, etc. to socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com!

SMI

A Message from Como’s Social Media Intern

Hello Como Community,

You may have been reluctant to read this post because it’s not written by one of the well-known and acclaimed Como ‘big three’ members: Matt, Mike, and TJ.

I’m happy you did, though, as I would like to introduce myself as Search for Como’s social media intern.  From now on, expect me to post blog updates of the crew’s activity, as well as fan-submitted photos of and with the members of Search for Como.

Having said that, if you have any photos of or with any member of Como, or have anything to share that relates to the group’s podcasts, blogs, or general demeanor, then please send it over to socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com, and if it’s worth sharing to the general public, I’ll be sure to do so.

I’ll leave you with this comorazzi shot someone emailed in earlier today.

Here’s Michael Gioia living by his word from his previous post, “Like, He’s So Mysterious… I Think I Wanna Bang Him.

His #2 Tip to Swoon the Ladies: Build A Candle Collection – “This one is simple. Go out to Bed Bath and Beyond or anywhere that sells Yankee Candles and purchase the big glass jars of both, ‘Midsummer’s Night’ and ‘Mountain Lodge.'”

SMI
socialmediaintern@searchforcomo.com

Nostalgia

In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since.

“Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,” he told me, “just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.”

Sometimes after reading someone else’s second-rate blog or listening to their undistinguished podcast, I become overwhelmed and filled with considerable frustration due to their mediocrity. It’s at this point of irritation when I often reflect on this guidance from my father. Continue reading

Don’t Point at Me, Bro

If you read either of my first two blog posts on here, you’re probably thinking, “what the fuck?”

And, it’s funny you probably thought that, because I definitely thought “what the fuck” earlier today as I was scanning my Facebook news feed. Anyone who’s a fan of the podcast is more than aware of my frustration and complete disdain towards what many people continually post on Facebook. It only takes a few posts about GPA’s, or one or two new car muploads for me to get disgusted by seemingly everyone’s inherent desire to be envied, accomplished, and/or accepted, especially on the Internet. Continue reading