It’s that time of year again when, no matter how hard I try to get away from it, I get roped into tweeting @30RockTree. It’s a yearly saga. This year, the fine folks at Fox News asked me about how I bring joy to people online during the holidays when they’re looking for company. (debatable statement) Watch the interview HERE.
Matt Haze: Public Servant. Landlords can be either really great or really crap. There doesn’t seem to be an inbetween, huh? Brick Underground sent me on the streets of New York to hear the best and worst of landlords. Okay, mainly the worst. And as a way to let people feel better, I let them pretend I’m their landlord and let me have it. I HAVE FEELINGS, TOO, YOU KNOW.
Sure there’s the standard dating deal breakers. But because of how New York is laid out, there’s many dating deal breakers unique only to this place. It may seem weird. But to someone who lives here, it’s standard operating procedure. Last week, I went on the streets of New York for BrickUnderground to ask New Yorkers about their real estate-related dating deal breakers. blah
For those of us that live in New Jersey and have to deal with the crazy, ridiculous shenanigans of NJ Transit, our public transit system, we do anything we can to relieve the stress. There’s not many options, unfortunately. For many, it’s taking to twitter to complain and console with fellow riders going through hell. For me? That’s creating a parody account of NJ Transit’s social presence called @realNJTransit, tweeting what they should ACTUALLY be saying. After it launched, I chatted with my pal Greg Mocker on PIX 11 News here in New York City about the account and what brands should be doing. [and this is my last parody account, I…
The fun folks at BrickUnderground sent me on the streets of New York to find the worst roommate stories possible. And boy have they lived with some… interesting… people. From knife throwers to sleep watchers. Seriously. Check it out!