Alex Wagner, Joan Walsh and Joy-Ann Reid.
The Kornackster is craaaaaazy, man!
I wish the correct answer was Ari Melber.
But hopefully he's learned a lesson from John King and is getting his (man)pussy outside the workplace.
I don't know. Last year, when he came out he acknowledged that the man he was in a relationship just broke up with him because he didn't come out which is why he decided to come out. I've envisioned him to be with another nerd who is shorter and slimmer than him.
Does Ari Melber like dick?
Please let it be so.
Any updates on Steve's love life? What about Melber?
I have always found Karnacki more likable than Chris Hayes. Hayes is a younger, better looking version of Chris Mathews. He sputters and rages and talks over his guests. A very poor listener. Why does he bother to have anyone else on his show? He could just talk to the audience like Maddow does. Steve is looking pretty good lately. Too bad he's been exiled to Sunday mornings on MSNBC.
Ari Melber is straight unfortunately. I say unfortunately because for me he is the perfect guy.
Jesus now I sound like a Frau upset that Matt Bomer is gay.
Not that I don't believe you, R9, but curious how you know Ari Melber is straight. Has he ever discussed his personal life on the air? Or maybe you've heard some gossip on him? (If so, please share.)
I agree, he'd make the perfect bf/husband.
I think Kornaki is pretty dreamy!
I like how Kornacki always seems so unassuming, the opposite of the full-of-themselves contingent on MSNBC. I don't really include Chris Hayes in that group, however. He seems more like a hyperactive, nerdy 11-year-old right before the Science Fair, so excited to explain his experiment that he can't stand still or stop talking.
I would lick Ari in certain places...
Josh and Steve
Sitting in a tree
K, I, S, S, I, N, G...
Ari's gf on twitter has posted pics of them. If you google ari melber girlfriend she pops up. And Toure mentions her on The Cycle sometimes. Not to be mean, but she's not nearly as cute as i thought she'd be to be with someone as great as Ari.
I wish Ari was gay cuz for me he is the full package. Oh well, at least he is extremely pro-gay rights so that's good at least.
Josh and Steve are on Chris Hayes now....I'm not getting any vibration.
Well, Kornacki's not banging my brain on Saturday and Sunday mornings, the way Chris Hayes used to. I totally miss "Up With Chris Hayes" (and I'm on the west coast! I used to have to wake up damned early to watch) ... what a sad waste that programming change was. Even the pastry basket is a pale shadow if it's former self.
Steve is not Josh's type! He's "too old."
I agree with R20. I liked Chris Hayes on the weekend morning show. He would engage his guests in discussions about policy. Steve seems like a nice guy, but he looks at every issue through the lens of politics which is not nearly as interesting to me.
I dunno, I find that Kornacki doesn't really say anything insightful, but repeats stuff I already knew.
Problem with Chris Hayes was though that he always had the answers to his questions already. His guests were usually just welcome to agree with him. Didn't make a good debate.
Wow... That's my coming out story, except I haven't come out completely yet.
That coming out story - or *not* coming out story - at r11 was depressing. I like SK on MSNBC, and thought he pinged, but I didn't know he was gay until I read this thread tonight. It's sad and a little annoying to me. Like many others if my age (almost two decades older than SK), I was out and something of an activist about it from the time I was 17. The whole idea was to take the heat and change people's minds and make it easier for the next generation. Yet it seems it didn't that effect. Surrounded by people who would have been supportive, preceded by people who opened eyes and doors, he was still a frightened little kid who couldn't be honest about his most basic truths. I recognize that everyone's path is different, and I wish him well... but I now respect him less as a journalist, given that he's admittedly so willing to bow before demons and monsters rather than stand for honesty and justice.
How old are you, R25? What's holding you back?
I'm a coward still holding on to the idea that I'm bi. That I'll find the woman that will tip me over. But the reality is I love masculinity in men that I'll never find in a woman: gentle touch from strong hands, broad shoulders, deep voice...
Bottom line is I'm a coward that would rather live a lie than make it that much easier for the next guy to come out.
I'm 25. Army Officer. Medical background and job.
I'm an idealist. In an ideal world, coming out wouldn't still be a thing. In the real world, it is. I apologize that I came across as self-important in my last post. Guess I was frustrated, as I often am, that things aren't how I think they should be, how I tried to make them be.
I was right when I said everyone has their own path. You have yours, R25, your own reasons and conditions, and I'm sorry for implying it was a weakness to consider them. You're here, and that's an admirable step in itself. DL is a pit of hilarious and/or tragic vipers and it takes a brave soul to step into it. I trust you realize we're all damaged here. We're all humans.
You're still young. You'll find your way, whatever way that may be. Don't let bitter old blurty farts like me get to you. As a medical professional and an enlisted, you're already braver than I could be in many ways.
I wish you happiness, and believe you will find it.
Steve Kornacki seems very crypto-Republican to me. He seems drawn to right wing meme-non stories that take up time, and look poorly upon the President. There's this thing where he always seems to throw in those "Qell, lots of people think the earth is flat, to" comments.
I have grown to love Chris Hayes. He gets all excited about things, and cares about actual news stories.
Steve is still pretty young, and not all that experienced. He buys into some of the false equivalency that the rightwing spews, and it is irritating when you just want to say to him, "No, there is no equivalency there; the right is just plain nuts, and the left won't challenge them."
I'm going to watch this Saturday morning to see if he tries to debunk some of the Pubbies' bullshit stories on Obamacare and the whiners that are bitching about losing their policy and having to buy "a million times more expensive policy! It's not fair, and Obamacare should be repealed." Especially now that story after story has been proven false, and in fact, the participants on one of Hannity's laugh-ins were all shown to either so distort their position or completely understand their benefit that it was farcical.
Oh, and I think he should hook up with Josh Barro.
Respect to the Blurty Fart at r31.
R25, don't be so hard on yourself. At the ripe old age of 32, I'm still not completely out of the closet...even though Don't Ask, Don't Tell was repealed over 2 years ago! When I was your age I was similar in that I held on to the belief that I was bi. Now, I'm confident that I'm gay; however, I've had a tough time living openly since I tend to associate primarily with straight guys (fortunately, my best military buddy now knows that I'm gay and he's been nothing but supportive).
You have to come out on your own timeline. True, doing so will make it easier on those who follow you, but I'd say you're okay as long as you're not making up non-existent girlfriends...or laying it on thick when expressing interest in attractive women. That's one thing I don't do...which at least gives people the opportunity to read between the lines.
I really hate these threads that start with "Well?" Always makes the OP come off as obnoxious and/or stupid.
Is Steve a top, bottom or versatile? Is he an oral top, submissive bottom? Someone out there must know something. I can't quite place him, sex-position wise.
He strikes me as the kind of gay guy who's only into oral, mutual masturbation, and sex toys. No anal.
Anyone have any insider info on Josh Barro?
Josh wipes well
Josh is off the rails. You can tell he's on something whenever he's on any number of MSNBC shows (manically looking around the set, continuing to waste away).
I disagree, he's always been energetic, r41.
One thing about Josh Barro that annoys me is the number of times he will say "I think...". In one short interview he said "I think..." nine times, once he even said, "I think, I think..." then everyone else on the panel started saying "I think..." multiple times. Saying "I think..." is rather pointless, if you are saying it, of course you think it.
Steve strikes me as a needy bottom. Josh seems to be oral-only.
They would work, intellectually, though.