As the mushroom cloud hovers over the Fox News building, conservative talking heads are lining up to take whacks at their favorite liberal pinata (now that Keith Olbermann is unemployed). On this day, as Maher, 56, reminisces about old flames, he is starting new fires, too — this time by saying Ann Romney, wife of the Republican presidential candidate, "has never gotten her ass out of the house to work." Uh, boy.You know who you are: You broke Bill Maher's heart. It was sophomore year at Pascack Hills High School, and the awkward kid from River Vale was on top of the world. He was half-nerd (who ranked seventh in a class of 400-plus students), half-class-clown (whose a-little-too-edgy standup act forced the termination of the long-running school talent show). He recently referred to his high school years this way: "I was kind of a loser, certainly socially. And you can't get mad at the boss or be in a bad mood for eight hours.He was trying to fit in, like every high school kid, and he had a girlfriend — that bulletproof vest for the male ego against the social ammunition of the painful teen years. "Raising kids is tough, but you can tell them to 'Shut the (heck) up, I'm going to watch this soap opera. In a 25-minute interview, Maher touched on several Jersey topics, like the governor ("He's great for material. I'm going to look in my files and see how bad it was.There are even dating sites catering to Trump supporters or haters.
The Trump era’s effect on romance is something Spira, a dating expert, has seen in her professional capacity.
“We all just want human connection, especially during difficult times.” Many singles with strong feelings on politics are up front about it on their online profiles.
“More often than not, I’m seeing people saying, ‘Swipe left if you voted for Trump,’” Spiria said, referring to the practice on the mobile dating app Tinder of rejecting a potential match.
"It's true that girls like a guy with a sense of humor," he said, "but it's also true that when a great-looking guy makes a terrible joke, they still laugh." Yeah, they do.
Julie Spira of Marina del Rey wanted to watch Maher’s cable political talk show.
He's got so much money he just gave a million bucks to the president's super PAC. "I think, 'Maybe I should get on Facebook and find her.' "That is the one person I am curious about. First, you don't ever picture that it could ever end, and then when it does, you never really get over it." Being the home state paper, stocked with investigative reporters, we offered to dig a little, locate that lost love — discreetly, of course. well, since Maher said something the previous week. I get it, that being a mother is one of the hardest jobs in the world.