I found his FB page. He's holding a little girl in his profile pic, but he totally has gay face. He's also a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Also among his "liked" pages are New York Estate Jewelry and Real Housewives of Hinsdale. The rest of it looks like boring law stuff.
I doubt he's gay. Look at his hair and baggy shirt.
Know him; doubt it.
R4, tell us more. How do you know him? I've found some other pics of him, and the gay face is unmistakable.
Apparently he plays something called squash, which is a game vaguely resembling racquet ball. Wikipedia says it's been described as "jet-propelled chess."
He may or may not be gay, but I think at this point we can definitely classify him as a huge dork.
Definitely has the adorkability thing going.
I like this quote from the NYT article about FDR and Eleanor's descendents:
[quote] "One thing I learned on my father's knee is when you get to a point in life where you've worked hard and gotten yours, we have an absolute obligation to help somebody else get theirs," he said.
Kermit is a decsendant of Teddy Roosevelt, not FDR.
R27, but FDR was a much removed cousin of Teddy;
also, Eleanor was Teddy's niece.
Seriously, y'all. After looking at the other pics and video clips I posted, what do you think? Gay? BDF? What's the verdict?
I listen to the voice on the debate video.....gay, gay, gay!!!!
Bump for more hot Roosevelt discussion.
I'm the biggest geek/nerd/dork fan out there, but for some reason I'm not hot over him. He reminds of a cross between the porn actor Seth Dickens and James Spader. The tone of the article leads me to believe he's straight.
Big Bullmoose party supporter.
It may be privileged elite snob accent. His law review articles are very mainstream - nothing avant garde about them, and nothing about civil rights or sexual issues. I'm sure he had some guy sex at his private high school, but he's worked the cute thing and his pedigree to get into some great situations.
definitely cute; quite doable (in my mind), and, yes, BDF.
Damn, Teddy had some strong genes. Four generations later, and Kermit has his features.