He's lost a huge amount of weight since the photo at R1 was taken. He has a separate personal Twitter account all about his weight loss progress.
My nephew is a real looker!
Fat fatty Fatterson.
I think he's adorable, I really do. I love this picture of him. And as someone said above, he is just prematurely bald; nothing else about him makes him look older. He his thick, youthful wrinkle-free skin and luscious lips. I could make out with him for hours.
He kinda looks like a guy who sweats even when he's sitting perfectly still.
Not a word about the bitchy review that eviscerates Stelter's book?
This was my favorite bit:
[quote]The author apparently even got a glimpse of what he calls the “rather fabulous Italian neo-Classical bed” shared by Mr. Stephanopoulos and his actress-comedian wife, Ali Wentworth, in their Upper East Side apartment. The description is included in Mr. Stelter’s outline of this former Democratic political strategist’s rigid early-morning routine, which begins at 2:35 each workday and includes 10 minutes of cross-legged meditation.
I wonder what it felt like for Stelter to get his book decimated by his own employer?
The review is pretty merciless.
Well, the review wasn't written by anyone on the NYTimes staff.
The book is on sale from today, BTW.
Listening to him on WNYC as we speak. Did I know he was in a relationship with Jamie Shupak from NY1?
I suppose if one is looking for a prepubescent- looking bald chubby guy, he's your man.
He's really unattractive.
But I have seen much older "27" year olds on Manhunt / Grindr / shopping at Abercrombie.
Could people please post photos of themselves when they criticize this man's appearence?
[quote]I suppose if one is looking for a prepubescent- looking bald chubby guy, he's your man.
r20, I think I am. I sometimes wonder why guys like this are my type. I had a huge crush on a friend in college (he was overweight and a little homely) and it turned into an ugly mess that ruined our friendship. Maybe I'm trying to recreate what I couldn't have with him.