Michelle Bombshell McGee’s Father Interview Exclusive

Michelle McGee: Fact meets friction

A lot has been said about Michelle Bombshell McGee and much of it by the woman herself. She’s a self styled Amish fugitive from Christianity by way of pornography, tattoos and married men. How much of the stories swirling around the young woman are true? Well let’s find out from her father.

Livin’ la poco loco

In this short news video clip the father of Stripper McGee confesses that his daughter can be ‘a little crazy’, and that when she told him she was dating Jesse James he thought she meant the 19th century western outlaw. Sounds like he’s come to expect anything and be surprised by nothing where his colorful daughter is concerned.

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Opportunity’s knockers

2 questions about this story seem to be one everyone’s mind: What did Jesse see in those other women, & what did Sandra ever see in him. The answer to question #1 might be opportunity. Well in response to question #2 rumors are circulating through blind items that Sandra is a closet freak!

Sandra Bullock is a closet freak for her white trash husband jesse james
PS: If you want to know why people living in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones here’s an example of what can happen.


“I said I’d beat the crap out of Tiger if I’d been Elin; I didn’t say what I’d do if it happened to me!”

She said she’d wallop Tiger Woods if she were Elin, but she didn’t say anything about hitting Jesse if he cheated. So technically she’s not a hypocrite! It must be a Blasian thing.


Spaced out Saturday: L Ron Hubbard & Scientology

Swingin’ with the stars

You can’t write a blog about celebrity without occasionally mentioning the beliefs of some celebrities. Celebrities are people who wanted to stand out as the best of the best and then settled for ‘different’. If they were anymore different they’d be special. Being special is the ‘operatinational’ code of every celebutard, and that includes having ‘special needs’; whether it be in cars, sexual partners, wacky children names, radical political beliefs, and out of this world spiritual views.

The Post-modern Profit

Among celebrity gurus L Ron Hubbard is easily the most celebrated. He even eclipses the Beatles guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Mahesh Yogi naively tried supplying westerns with answers. Since that had been a losing proposition ever since the days of Sigmund Freud, Westerners quickly cottoned on to this. Hubbard instead offered personality, space ships, and unbelievable PR combined with the promise that anything is possible for those who obey (the “operational” mantra of any cult leader).

Walter Mitty: “When can I stop pretending to be some one else and get back to pretending to be myself?”

In other words he made a lot of stuff up. He claimed that he had fought with pirates, bonded with Hopi Indians, discovered Uranium while mapping the interior of Africa (“It was through my exposure to the radiation that I was able to access inner sections of my Akashic memory”), and in fact enough for ten lifetimes. So much stuff that he had to include reincarnation into his schema to account for being in too many places doing too many things. Reincarnation left him too much time to fill, and so he had to spend ten million years as a clam (Hence the “Operation Clambake” motto of some of the cults equally fanatical detractors).

Truth is stranger than science fiction

His real life exploits as a megalomaniacal con man were easily more interesting than his made up life as a swashbuckling adventurer. L Ron Hubbard was a failed con man who was never a WW2 combat hero – as he claimed. He was a member of Aliester Crowley’s ORO Templis lodge. Crowley later kicked him out for being too crazy (an opinion Charles Manson would later voice about Scientology). By then Hubbard had met Jet Propulsion Laboratory founder and rocket scientist Jack Parsons. They were both heavily into the occult. Hubbard cheated Parsons out of $5000 and his wife. This was also about the time he came up with Scientology/Dianetics, since he had concluded that “In order to make real money I’d have to start my own religion“. After allegedly stealing a lot of ideas and also some writers’ manuscripts he was in business. The rest is tabloid history.

Minds should be free, but the tech is gonna cost ya!

Now here’s Doc Film about the strange life of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard.