It's about a 36-year-old fella named Chris Cantwell, who let prospective partners visiting his Ok Cupid profile know he's "interested in getting married and having children." The would-be family man is also a bona fide TV star after being featured in a Vice News documentary earlier this month. 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.It's just a shame that the documentary was about the Unite the Right rally on Aug. Do you think my Tinder bio explains that I spend my free time watching Japanese pro wrestling or that I haven't listened to any music made after 1997? For these folk, I don't imagine suitors like Cantwell do much to instill confidence.The NSDAP then began to eliminate all political opposition and consolidate its power.Hindenburg died on 2 August 1934 and Hitler became dictator of Germany by merging the offices and powers of the Chancellery and Presidency.
That's the same website, by the way, that told its readers women really dig white supremacy. PT: Adds news that Cantwell surrendered to police in Virginia. "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.On Wednesday, Cantwell reportedly turned himself in to police in Virginia, where he was wanted on three felony charges stemming from his behavior at a torch ceremony the evening before the protest.Ok Cupid isn't the only company to pull its services from neo-Nazis.After the rally, Facebook, and Airbnb said they'll boot anyone who's part of a hate group. i Hate: CNET looks at how intolerance is taking over the internet.