Cbs rejects gay dating site
In flashback, Harley & Jonathan enjoyed Date Night, sitting in a pool of steaming water at a Japanese hot springs.
They believed they now had an advantage, being “recharged, relaxed, renewed.” As gay blind-dating couple Bergen & Kurt left fifth, they admitted that they weren’t a match.
However, he acknowledged having made derogatory comments about gays.
Burke said Rooney’s future with CBS News will be discussed at the end of the three-month suspension. 27 edition of The Advocate, Rooney is quoted as saying that “blacks have watered down their genes because the less intelligent ones are the ones that have the most children.”Rooney, 71, who previously had come under fire from homosexual-rights groups for remarks about gays and AIDS in a CBS-TV special in December, also is quoted as saying that, while he felt that gays have been the victims of prejudice, he found the homosexual act “repugnant” and homosexuality “not normal.”In an interview with The Times following his suspension, Rooney denied that remarks he made to The Advocate in a phone interview with one of its reporters expressed racial bias.
Tyler said, “It’s nice to have our own time, and then…
Burke was put in a difficult position, and I accepted his offer of suspension rather than to permanently end my career at CBS.”Rooney has been with CBS since 1959 and became a regular on the popular “60 Minutes” in September, 1978. The network had not taken any action against Rooney following protests from homosexual-rights groups over his December TV special, “The Year With Andy Rooney,” in which he said that in 1989 people had recognized that many self-induced ills, such as “too much alcohol, too much food, drugs, homosexual unions, cigarettes . “It’s unfortunate that it may have taken racial remarks rather than homophobic ones to push it over the line.
But the statements show that different kinds of bigotry can exist in the same person.”“We are pleased that CBS has moved so promptly,” Benjamin J. for the Advancement of Colored People, said in a statement.
it makes it exciting and fresh to start the Race again.” Jeff & Jackie, on the other hand, had no trouble sharing their space.
Jackie said, “This morning we were picking out each other’s underwear, and it’s crazy, within three legs of the Race we’re that comfortable with each other.” Then she closed their door, on which hung a “do not disturb” sign.