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“I actually love the idea,” he said, adding examples of instances he’s put the spotlight on “cute couples” on the road.
Handy recounted calling out one of those couples and pressuring the guy to propose to his girl.
But I think people that have a conscience and a soul don't want to make their money this way. BIDERMAN: It's the same argument — HANNITY: You want to look these kids — (CROSSTALK) HANNITY: Do you want to look the young kids in the eye when his parents get a divorce? But if they're going to make bad choices, I'm not going to facilitate it, because I have a moral foundation that obviously you're lacking. How would you feel, you took a vow, love, honor, cherish, be faithful to, forsake all others, I assume?
In other words, you might make money selling drugs, but I wouldn't want to contribute to somebody's death and demise. BIDERMAN: It's the same argument you can make and say, "Oh, divorce attorneys are profiting from divorce, and we should get rid of divorce attorneys." HANNITY: It's not the same thing. BILA: And just because you don't create something... BIDERMAN: They're going to be up for an Academy Award this year. BIDERMAN: It's not a good idea to stick your head in the sand either.
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(END OF VIDEO CLIP) HANNITY: As if it's not disturbing enough that a service like that exists in the first place, well, now it's actually is gaining popularity. Here with reaction is founder and CEO of Ashley Noel Biderman and columnist Jedediah Bila is with us. All right, so you are the founder and CEO of this thing. Do you think that's something that's good for people? Same way that entrepreneurs like me are needed all the time. HANNITY: Look at this ad which we just showed earlier here. And that's precisely what's happening in these videos. I guess at some point you got to decide, you know, how do you want to make your money in life? It's important to create a platform for these people because having them utilize a single dating site and meet an unsuspecting single, that's inappropriate.