After initially denying the allegations, Arizona House candidate Ben Quayle (R), son of former vice president Dan Quayle, admitted on Tuesday that he used to post comments on a Web site called “Dirty Scottsdale” several years ago, Politico reports.
The site’s founder, Hooman Karamian, alleged in a Monday post on TheDirty that Quayle was “one of the original contributors” to the site, which featured sexy photos of women and “chronicled the city’s clubs and nightlife and [was] the predecessor to the popular gossip website TheDirty.com.”
Karamian said Quayle posted under the name “Brock Landers,” an apparent reference to the fictional sidekick to porn star Dirk Diggler in the film “Boogie Nights.” Quayle had a featured section on the site, Karamian said, called “Brock’s Chick,” in which he sought to “find the hottest chick in Scottsdale.” He added that “Without Ben, there would be no TheDirty.com.” Quayle acknowledged Tuesday that he did contribute to the site in an interview with Phoenix’s 12 News.
Update. So much win, where, by “win”, I’m not quite sure what I mean, but I’m loving reading this idiot’s soft-core rhapsodies:
I imagine us sitting around debating the modern implications of Sun Tzu’s teachings in “The Art of War,” except replace the first part of this sentence with “tickle fighting while listening to Kelly Clarkson” and you get a gist of the message I’m trying to convey.