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July 27, 2008 at 4:37pm

The Tacoma Files: Mathew Jost

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DANIEL BLUE: MEET MATHEW JOST >>>

Tacomafilesmathewjost_2 Tacomafilesart_2 This Mysterious Sailor is named Mathew Jost.  He sails into town every now and again, and we are hopping that he decides to make this his port of origin.  Fun to the very last drop, Matt is a sea of energy and debauchery mixed into the shape of a broad shouldered and extremely likable fellow.   

Currently working in the Alaskan fishing industry, Mathew is a graduate of Southern Oregon University in Ashland and has traveled the oceans of many continents.  For all his travels, he has spent quite a bit of time here in Tacoma, having lived here for a month just this spring and having spent a summer here during the time that his sister was attending the University of Puget Sound. 

There are very few people that don't find this young man a potential friend-mate, having met up with him at different pool halls around Tacoma, usually by the time I get there he has collected a crew of buddies and fellow pool sharks to drink the night away amongst. 

Matt is passionate about the world outside our urban vs. suburban arguments. Having spent extensive time in Mali, Africa, his perspective and wisdom are enlightening and a breath of fresh air. 

Rumors abound amongst the single women in Tacoma that Mr. Jost will be returning to Tacoma for a long stint, having given himself a hernia under the Alaskan Fish Monger's cruel whip.

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