The hottest geek I have ever seen. The ad of him talking in the street with an open collar shirt gets me hard.
Unfortunately I hear he is married with a child.
There are so many hot geeks on MSNBC.
I like to imagine that Chris Hayes, Ezra Klein and Steve Kornacki take turns tag-teaming each other to relieve tension.
I'm partial to Sam Stein.
At least Steve Kornacki is openly gay. I heard Ezra Klein is married, too. I find his lisp pretty cute (yet I hate Melissa Harris-Lacewell-Perry's). I guess one out of three ain't bad!
I just want to run my fingers through his hair while he talks about income inequality...
I love Steve Kornacki!!
Hayes talks like he's on meth, and he'll never live down that stupid anti-troops comment.
He's so . . . earnest.
This thread is useless without jpgs (or another visual file such as gif. But please, no bitmaps).
Yeah there's something about him. I like Ari Melber and Ezra Klein as well.
I agree with you, OP. And when I saw Chris in person, I had a surprise. He's the only TV personality I've ever met who was not shorter than I expected. He, on the contrary, always struck me as rather small on TV. He's a big guy!
Who is that a picture of, r14? It's none of the guys named in the thread so far.
I like him.
Steve Kornacki is a adorkable.
Chris Hayes talks over his guests, even though they are more interesting than he is.
[quote]The ad of him talking in the street with an open collar shirt gets me hard.
He has sexy forearms in that ad.
Ari Melber makes me weak..and I love Sam Stein. I record Chris every weekend and he acutally has calmed down alot. When he does amp it up he tends to apologize for monopolizing the time.
He's really tall.
what about Andrew Ross Sorkin? very hot man, and i've found no "private" info on him.
His wife is named "Pilar Queen"... seriously. And look at the HONKER on her!
[quote]Pilar Queen, Andrew Sorkin Published: June 10, 2007
[quote]Pilar Jenny Queen, the daughter of Bobbi Queen of New York, was married last evening to Andrew Ross Sorkin, the son of Joan Ross Sorkin and Laurence T. Sorkin of Scarsdale, N.Y. Rabbi Richard Jacobs officiated at the Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts in New York.
[quote]The bride, 26, is an agent at Inkwell Management, a literary agency in New York. She graduated from Northwestern.
[quote]Her mother is the senior fashion editor at Women’s Wear Daily and the associate fashion editor of W magazine, both in New York.
[quote]The bridegroom, 30, is the chief mergers and acquisitions reporter for The New York Times and is the editor of DealBook, an online financial news report on the Web site of The New York Times. He graduated from Cornell.
[quote]His mother is a playwright and librettist, whose credits include “(mis)Understanding Mammy: The Hattie McDaniel Story,” which played at Theater Five in New York this year, and an operatic version of “Strange Fruit” that is to have its premiere this month at Memorial Hall at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. His father is a partner in Cahill Gordon & Reindel, the New York law firm.
What about Chris's frequent guest Josh Barro? He is a Conservative writer from Bloomberg, openly gay and lists as one of his FB fav's "Nasty Pig Products".
I'd love to hate-fuck him. I think he would like it too.
That honk has it's own zip code, R24!
If she had half of it chopped off, it would still be just 'big'.
Josh Barro is actually quite cute sitting down. Have no sense of what his body's like. He also seems to have tempered alot of his consevative views as he has appeared more on the show. He was very funny about going to the GOProud party in Tampa.
The new Chris Hayes show is a little too bells and whistles but does manage to devote alot of time to a specific issue. I miss the weekend show though. Kornacki should be interesting.