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The site’s default settings forbid users from searching for members of the same sex.
“It’s our right to have this business,” Russell said, though it was unclear whether the “we” he was referring to was himself or white heterosexual people, in general.
Drive-in theaters still operate in parts of Southern California.
In Montclair, there’s the Polynesian-themed Mission Tiki ( where a person — or a dollar a kid, ages 5 to 9 — buys you two movies on the same screen after sundown.
Despite the fact that the name of the website makes a point of mentioning race, the former used-car salesman insists his site is “not racially motivated in any way.” To prove it, all one needs to do is visit the About Us page.