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Matthew Sabo
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Attended Purdue University
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I'm a few days late but, who cares, because baseball.
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Butler! Explain Butler!?

Goddammit, I miss this show.
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The next big thing? Quite a proposal, don't you think +Mashable? I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and file this in the Facetious Folder.

... and to answer you question, "nope."

Will #normcore (a trend of young urbanites dressing like bland '90s-era dads) really be the next big... - http://pinterest.com/pin/136445063684817894/
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  • Diageo
    Senior Director, Technical Innovation - Latin America, present
  • Cadbury Adams
    Liquid Development, 2001 - 2003
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Male
Other names
Sapo, Meesta, Sabes
Story
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Realist || Photog || Geek || Occasional Cynic
Introduction
Circle me under...

Geekery (tech, science, theory, future innovation, Android)

Curator (sandwich-making strategies, how much is too much, how Nic Cage got himself into such a train wreck of a career, etc.)

Creative | Design (photos, architecture, nerd art, consumer packaging)

Chicago | Cincinnati | ...and now Miami

Latin America (my career takes me here)

Travel (both for fun and for how to beat the system - making flying less painful)

What do you I for a living?

I make booze. By some fortunate happenstance, I work for Diageo, the home of Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Ketel One, Crown Royal and many others. I work with a technical team who develops new cocktails and spirits for the Latin American market and it couldn't be more fun (honest).

If I wasn't doing this? Photography. G+ has been an eye-opener, having come from a now stagnant flickr universe that's getting dustier each day. I'm also a huge fan of the pros who have taken a lot of time in creating communities or thoughtful training outlets on G+ to help educate - I get a lot out of it.

Circle Strategy
When people add me, and I cannot figure out where to dump them, I'll place them in a Tryouts group until I get a feel for their engagement. Having a thoughtful profile usually gets you categorized quickly and then I have some idea how to point my musings.

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Art from the talented CLAY RODERY

I am an employee of Diageo LLC; my comments, views, and posts are independent of Diageo and do not reflect my employer's views in any way.
Bragging rights
I get paid to drink at work.
Education
  • Purdue University
    B.S., Agricultural & Biological Engineering, 1996 - 2001
  • LaSalle High School, Cincinnati, OH
    1992 - 1996
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
If you want to see the most interesting effort to brand oneself as an ampersand, then Longman & Eagle is the place for you. A small group of us had dinner here on a Saturday night after an accurate heads up for a 2 hour wait. Quick note, but it may help to call ahead here. For groups of 6 or more, they may be able to hook you up with a reservation, but they're scarce. Still, friendly staff that were polite, efficient, and friendly. Moving on to the bar, we enjoyed the full range of beer (nice variety on tap), 3 buck whiskies (the list is also comprehensive for the price), and a few cocktails to round it out. The cocktail list was lighter than I thought it would be, maybe 6ish choices. But, some were interesting takes on more traditional cocktails without selling out for shock value. While it wasn't my favorite drink that night, there was a gimlet-ish drink with an interesting mix of Tanq, lime, and chartreuse that is worth a look (thanks Molly O for the heads up). Felt more like a summer drink than the arctic Chicago evening we were out in, but a good drink is still a good drink. Someone also tried the Manhattan and the hot toddy with yuzu... that one may become a new cold remedy. I think somewhere in the evening we sat down and ate dinner. I couldn't pass up the pork belly and pumpkin risotto; pretty good, but fair warning that its as heavy as it sounds - twas a bit fatty, even for pork belly. Bring an appetite. For me the buzz was worth it. Its not original, or some crazy new place - it does a few important things really well. High marks for value - great food at a competitive price versus other similar places. The friendly laid-back service sealed the deal - I'll be heading back soon (well, when the snow takes a break). *Note: This is a transferred review from my slowly dying yelp! account.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Bottom line? We'll be back, probably more often than we should. The pre fixe menu was a great mix of variety and portion size, although understandable for some to question the value (a bit pricey, but excellent prepared entrées help). Had a great cocktail called the Hollywood (named after one of the bartenders who works there and goes by this nickname...) * Bulleit Bourbon * Tawny Port * Maple Syrup * Vermouth * Served over ice, stirred, with a brined Michigan cherry. Would have been better with some rye added, but did the trick. Oh, the aforementioned Brittany (sp?), the manager, was working the night we went. Zero complaints - she was helpful answering questions while I waited at the bar and ran a tight ship throughout our meal. Everyone on staff that night was friendly and eager to help (nobody hid in their sections or got territorial at the customers price). *Note: This is a transferred review from my slowly dying yelp! account.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Thanks to my friend Brooke's recommendation, I now have a mechanic who is trustworthy, affordable (seriously), and convenient to my place. They're hiding under the Irving Park L stop - how easy is that to pick-up / drop-off? I have had service done there multiple times in the past two years and all were hundreds cheaper than my dealer (kind of a 'duh' comment), but their value is amazing. They fix only what's needed and provide more cost effective options if you talk to them. On a related note... Dear Howard Orloff - I am not giving you any more of my time and/or moolah. Nal's will run circles around you for every inch of their business. Well, they don't have free coffee. You have them there. Adios - Matt
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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I had one of the specials tonight, which was a no-brainer: bacon-wrapped monkfish. If you've ever had monkfish, you;d be a happy camper with this one. If not, who cares...its fish f'n wrapped in bacon. Ta-da. Its like showing up to dinner and knowing there's going to be a walk-off homer. Piling on to the other bazillion comments, the rumors are true: the bruschetta and mussels are great starters. We tried the duck confit and the beet bruschetta specifically - both were a big thumbs up. Service was top notch, very friendly, attentive, but not overbearing. If you're looking for a sit-down with friends, want to chat and not worry about the scene around you, Revolution is it. But I'd mind the day you're rolling in. Even on the Tuesday that I showed up, it was full (not packed). Your experience may take a nose dive on a Saturday given the popularity halo that hangs over this place still. Oh, and I had some beer. I'd recommend the Cross of Gold, Eugene, and Let's Have a War if you're down with Belgians (beers, not the people). *Note: This is a transferred review from my slowly dying yelp! account.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Part 1, Shoes: I had some nicked leather shoes, fixed quickly and well. I thought it was a bit pricey at the time, but in the end the work has held up and it's a lot cheaper than replacing shoes. Part 2, Pink Mess: I travel a lot for work, and often to a few countries where the local water/cuisine can leave me feeling less than awesome. So, I always travel with Pepto. Whoop-dee-doo. One trip I forgot to bring it and bought a bottle of the liquid variety at the airport. Oops. Cabin pressure popped the top and it soaked a brand new pair of leather Puma's I had. Another fun fact: liquid Pepto is the Antichrist of Things that Stain. I thought the shoes were a lost cause, but Bee-Hive did about3-4 different things (including a white leather shoe paint) which have all held up for a good couple of years, no wear off. Part 3, Leather Watch Band Repair: I told Marilyn (owner, I think) that they would benefit by advertising a bit more that they handle leather, in all its forms. Its nearly impossible to find a watch place anymore that will mess with leather bands, and these guys fixed two watches for me, one day, $16. Deal. I would use them for anything remotely associated with a shoe or leather, and leave feeling good that it was done right, and also gave my biz to the locals. *Note: This is a transferred review from my slowly dying yelp! account.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
My one and only lock go-to. Sounds dumb, right? You shouldn't be seeing these guys more than once every few years, but if want to secure your house, this is the place. I've used them at two different condos for double deadbolt installations (into metal frames no less) and they've been great. Very fast at what they do, can answer nearly every imaginable question, and the pricing is up front and fair - no surprises.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago