Skip to comments.(Gollllll-ly!) Actor Jim Nabors marries male partner in Seattle
Posted on 01/30/2013 7:25:58 AM PST by dead
Jim Nabors, the actor best known for playing Gomer Pyle on TV in the 1960s, has married his longtime male partner...
The couple met in 1975 when Cadwallader was a Honolulu firefighter...
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Well, they got rid of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
Geez.... I always suspected, but never really knew Gomer was a practitioner in the ways of Faggotry. When I was a young kid, I always thought my dad just referred to him as a “damn queer” just because he didn’t like him.
...and Gomer got rid of Lou Ann Poobey evidently.....
Now he can formally rot in hell.
He had a surprisingly lovely singing voice.
i thought he was dead.
What is he now, about 86???
Well, good on ya Gomer. Hope he fits all your needs.....
What a fruit cup
Everyone has known for decades that he was a fruit, but I was at least glad he always kept a fairly low-key profile about it. Now he had to pretty much end things on this vomitous note.
I remember hearing years ago that he and Rock Hudson were an item at one time.
I always liked the characters he played and definitely enjoyed his singing. He had a great voice.
He’s 82, so you were close.
Heck...he’s publicly acknowledged that he was gay many years ago. He mostly kept to himself, living in Hawaii and coming out (usually) once a year to sing “Back Home Again In Indiana” for the Indy 500. I know several years ago he had to have a liver transplant due to hepatitis. Not sure which kind, though. Gee.... I wonder how he got that?
The only good thing I can say is that he was never one of those “shove-it-down-your-throat-and-accept-me-or-else” kind of homosexuals.
I liked Gomer, and will remember him that way.
Don’t like to think of him being boinked in the Obamaplace.
Tell me again...Why should I care?
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