Dating a first year resident
He also has an old blog, with a tagline that reads "Anarchist, Atheist, Asshole." Neither are likely to make you want to date him.
Ok Cupid isn't the only company to pull its services from neo-Nazis.
It says it will pull profiles for anyone else who is part of a hate group. "We make a lot of tough decisions every day," Ok Cupid CEO Elie Seidman said in a blog post.
"This was not one of them."All of this might be moot because it looks like Cantwell could be off the market for a while.
, you'd be (a little bit) wrong – because it's actually Bobby Norris, it seems.
Following today's (September 19) speed dating event, Bobby bagged himself not one but two dates, which just so happens to be against the agency's rules.
People leave stuff out of dating profiles all the time. One-third of people who have used online dating services have never actually gone on a date set up through the services, the Pew Research Center said last year.
Ok Cupid says it has no tolerance for racism and felt it needed to make a stand consistent with its beliefs.
I reached out to Cantwell for comment on his profile being yanked by Ok Cupid.
He responded quickly via email using a slur for Jews, who he says "will stop at nothing."#Just Nazi Things.
That unease can largely be chalked up to the jarring contrast between the Cantwell of Ok Cupid and the Cantwell of Vice's documentary.
It's literally the difference between "I'm splitting my time between building my business and and [sic] improving my physique" and "We'll kill these people if we have to." Gym on Thursday, Unite the Right rally on Friday.
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Things were pretty ugly from the start, but they took a deadly turn when a car allegedly driven by a neo-Nazi plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.