How Catholic is he? Mass every Sunday or a Catholic who just follows the rituals. Like a non-observant Jew.
He manages to show his body off in such an low key, "manly" way unlike a certain much younger you-know-who.
Someone should arrange an arm wrestling match with Putin.
Yes, my state's governor is hot as fuck. When he was still mayor of Baltimore, I'd go to see him perform with his band every chance I got. Here are a few pics I managed to snap when they played a festival several years ago...
R17/R18/R20 here. I also have a close friend who used to work at a gym in downtown Baltimore in which O'Malley used to frequent. He told me that he'd see Martin several times fully nude in the locker rooms, and that he was quite impressed with what Martin was packing.
[quote]Is he an exhibitionist?
Let's just put it this way...he knew what got people to those O'Malley's March shows. All those fraus who came out to see his pumped up arms were likely more than happy to go out to the polls and throw one his way when voting time came around.
People used to call Sarah Palin a GILF, but O'Malley has her beat by a mile.
Damn! More details, R24. Did he like to show off?
Something not right about him.
You're welcome, R23.
Not to seem fangurlish (okay, I am!), but here's a video I shot of him when he performed in Towson, MD, just before he became Governor for a second term...
(sorry for the shoddy camerawork)
R27, my friend said that he was not the hurry-up-and-get-dressed type like some guys are. He also said that Martin was naturally not too hairy (I guess he didn't fully shave back then), and that shrinkage was not an issue (I'll have to ask him to give me further details when I talk to him again). This was back when Martin was just starting out as mayor of Baltimore, so I guess he wasn't as descreet then as he'd be now.
I'd be more shocked if he *weren't* getting something on the side.
There is no way one woman can be enough for that.
His wife looked like a call girl.
R32, there was a huge scandal some years back about Martin and a beautiful black news anchor named Sade Baderinwa. The rumor was that he was having a salacious affair with her, and that she ended up pregnant. Eventually, when Sade was shipped off to anchor in NYC, people said that it was because of the affair. Martin and his (ballbusting) judge wife Katie later gave a press conference denying the affair head-on.
Sounds like the real life Scandal.
[quote]He's the first male politician I've ever seen pose for his official portrait in a V-neck sweater with no undershirt
There's a big difference between a family portrait and a governor's official portrait, r22.
Semantics, R36. That was last year's family Christmas portrait sent out through official channels.
Point being: He takes care of his body and likes to show it off to his public. LOVE IT, MORE PLEASE.
So he never hooked up with Oprah when she was a news anchor in Ballmer?
Intelligence, R38. It takes at least a modicum of intelligence to recognize the difference between an informal family Christmas card photo and "his official portrait."
Oh, this is not good. Someone that hot, who's begging for attention is bound to have a at least a dozen Gennifer Flowers waiting to pounce when he goes national.
John Edwards: The sequal
Many of us Marylanders think--no, [italic]know[/italic]--that he'll be throwing his hat in the presidential race come 2016. He's a sly one, that Marty.
Now, how about a little more eye candy on this here Monday afternoon...?
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The hunkiest governor in the whole USA.
Not all that. I don't understand the average guys DL gets worked up over.
[quote]The hunkiest governor in the whole USA.