Rush limbaugh dating
When asked about marrying someone 26 years her senior, the bride told the press, "I'm sometimes not able to relate to the average person my age." Age is the least of the issues.
Rush Limbaugh's multiple marriages is a 21st century American story.
But as a marriage therapist what I find depressing is people churning through multiple marriages without learning very much—except that they married for the wrong reasons or married the wrong person (but now it’s different) or that the love went away.
After she was pulled over in Tenafly, NJ, on March 31, Turner was caught on camera repeatedly belittling the officers, at one point telling one to “shut the f–k up.” “Trust me, I will be in with the commissioner of the police,” Turner told the cops.
Mainstream advertisers are abandoning Rush Limbaugh after the embattled talk-radio host called Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke “a slut” and “a prostitute” for saying her university health plan should cover contraception.
But while AOL and Allstate headline the more than 20 advertisers heading for the exits, at least two new would-be sponsors—matchmaking sites Seeking (pairing sugar daddies and sugar babies) and Ashley (for adulterers)—are vying to fill that vacuum, or at least snatch a bit of the media frenzy surrounding Limbaugh’s remarks.“Advertising on Rush seems to be the logical move, he’s actually a sugar daddy,” Seeking Arrangements founder and CEO Brandon Wade told the Daily Beast, defining the term as an older, wealthier man involved with a much younger woman.
“One of the things we have found [is that] even though a lot of Republicans are not willing to say they embody the sugar-daddy lifestyle,” many in fact do, he said, claiming that 60 percent of the site’s male members say they are Republicans.