He certainly has gay voice and he is in a perpetual bitchy mood.
You're thinking of Ed "get me a hustler quick" Koch.
[quote]He has several kids and is usually seen out with pretty women
That's a sure sign a man is gay
I've been hearing he's gay for 25 years but to quote someone whose name I'm temporarily forgetting, "He's never sucked my dick."
I think he is but in deep denial. I do know that he's very close to his ex-wife. Like to the point one would wonder why they ever split up - I always though it was related to his sexuality.
All I know is that he's out of office in less than a year and a half, thank god.
Well, tonight he made an entrance at the Delacorte in Central Park, wearing a lavender sweater draped over his shoulders.
He looked like an old, gay superhero.
Well, is he? He's been so macho leading NYC in this crisis. Gay?
I don't recall where I heard this but... Gay and frequently visits his SO who lives in the Virgin Islands or somewhere around there.
H E L L O of course that old bitch is a QUEEN
God help New York when Bloomberg and Ray Kelly leave in a few months. Best Mayor and Police Commissioner the city has ever had. DeBlasio is far left, way out there liberal. I predict crime will spike under this wacko lefty.
So you can tell the future? What do you base your assertion on? So very stupid!
NYC will return to the New York of the 70s when Bloomberg and Kelly leave, mark my words.
Can't wait, R17.
If only what you are saying could be true.
I liked bloomberg. I wish he could be mayor forever
Based on the looks of male anchors on Bloomberg, no.
I believe he's one of DL's "Manhattan is the center of the universe" queens.
"NYC will return to the New York of the 70s when Bloomberg and Kelly leave, mark my words."
Once again don't be such an ass.
There are so many reasons as to why that will never happen (the way YOU mean it) it is almost laughable.
Remember all of those abandoned cars strewn about the city and the waterfront? Well nobody would abandon a car in 2013 - the money to be made by recycling the metal alone means they would not last 10 minutes.
Someone else can go on with additional reasons, I don't have any more time for you.
Well, he did have a bad nose job years ago.
[quote]NYC will return to the New York of the 70s when Bloomberg and Kelly leave, mark my words.
Idiot, do you think DeBlasio is going to stand in the middle of Times Square and yell "Release the crackheads!"
supposedly the boyfriend is in Bermuda. Diana Taylor is supposedly a power Lesbian.
Nanny Bloomberg is too tiny to be gay. He's so tiny he'd fit in Dan Radcliffe's pocket. Maybe also Elijah Wood's pocket.
He's Jewish, not gay.
Being Jewish and Gay are not mutually exclusive.
Epitome of bi.
There used to be a certain hotness about him, but in the last twelv years it's worn off. He's a bitchy, money worshipping queen.
R28 has a point, though. I don't know if Bloomie is gay or not, but NYC is home to some of the femmiest straight Jewish guys you could possibly imagine. Living here can throw your gaydar way off.
He is a gapping asshole
[quote]supposedly the boyfriend is in Bermuda. Diana Taylor is supposedly a power Lesbian.[/quote]
I guess that why he stays there instead of coming back when train derailments or 2 foot snowstorms occur.
Several years ago in the TIMES story about his Spanish teacher/tutor whom he wanted to travel with him all over the world. Always thought the tutor was his lover.
Bloomberg certainly has a gay voice and gay bitchiness about him. Diana Taylor strikes me as a beard. Tall like Bess Meyerson, Ed Koch's beard.
So true, r32!
There is a press blackout on Bloomie's weekend trips to the Caribbean.
In other words, hot black island boytoy.
R35. LOL. He PAID someone to teach him his completely unidiomatic Spanish? That's a hoot. The sex had better have been really good, otherwise Bloomberg got very little out of that deal.
He sounds gay and has a gay demeanor.
: Google this story (8/4/08) in NY TIMES about Bloomie and his Spanish tutor
"Shaping a Mayor’s Spanish, Not His Ideas"
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