Matt Meyer (who is me, I'm the one writing this, the station doesn't employ a biographer) is a Central PA native. He's been on the radio in Harrisburg for some time, across a variety of formats. He lives with his sweetheart and three cats and enjoys rocking.
Matt (who is me, still the one writing) enjoys NFL football and LOVES to play fantasy football, which is why he hosts The TFP, a weekly football podcast found here. Matt also enjoys Phillies baseball, but chooses not to express that love in podcast form.
A fan of live comedy, Matt can occasionally be seen hosting local comedy shows around the area.
A fan of live music, Matt can often be found at shows or jamming with his homies in Project Awesome.
A fine of fine living, Matt cooks a mean omelette and knows what quinoa is.
I'm (I mean Matt is) glad you asked!!! You should start with Twitter and follow @theMattspace. Then click here to join MATTSPACE NATION on Facebook. For Matt Meyer completists, check out his Youtube Channel with videos he made for various radio stations, including a McRib video that has inexplicably been viewed over 5,000 times.
What are you looking for, underwear size?? All that stuff above isn't enough?? Fine. You can email me email@example.com. That's about it, until I write a book or something.
Here at The Mattspace, we have a moral imperative to keep readers abreast of all the latest barbecue-sauce-related news. Especially when a jug of 20-year old barbecue sauce goes on sale (update: SOLD!) for just under ten grand:
I'll just let the listing explain:
Extremely Rare McJordan Barbeque Sauce from McDonald's
A once in a lifetime chance to own the rarest of rare Michael Jordan and McDonald's collectible! The only one left on Earth?? This gallon of McJordan BBQ sauce is from 1992 when McDonald's sold McJordan Burgers as a promotional menu item.
The McJordan is a quarter-pound hamburger with smoked bacon, cheese, McJordan barbeque sauce, onions, mustard and pickles. All of Michael Jordan's "favorite ingredients". The burger was sold only in limited markets in the United States.
Michael Jordan was the first person to have a McDonald's sandwich as a namesake. Jordan appeared in television spots to promote the burger.
It is in new condition and has never been opened.
Wow. I don't remember this burger AT ALL, and I was a McDonald's expert circa 1992. (Note: also into the present.) Was this barbeque sauce even different from regular McDonald's barbecue sauce? Who knows? Is it anything other than brown sludge after 20 years in a plastic jug? I'm sure I don't want to know. But hey! BE LIKE MIKE!!!!!