“Now I think men are made to spread their seed. Women need to accept that. If you’re going to be married to somebody, you need to know that men are not meant to be with one woman. I think you can totally love your spouse and still sleep with other women. That urge will always be there if you’re a man. I believe you can love your wife 100 percent and still stray.”
– Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, mistress to Jesse James, white pride scholar, and relationship expert, in Steppin’ Out. The magazine proclaims on its cover that this is the “glamorous” side of everyone’s favorite forehead tattooed bad girl. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »
“They slept with 9 dogs in the bed…she liked to sleep with all the dogs in the bed.”
– Michelle “Bombshell” McGee explained why Sandra Bullock is somewhat to blame for Jesse James’ cheating on “The Howard Stern Show.” As for whether she’s a white supremacist? Eh, kinda.
“No, not very white supremacist. No. No, more like white pride stuff … I’ve dated other races, just not a black guy. I’m not against it. I make a horrible racist Nazi. I have too many colored friends.”
I’m sorry, but if you’re under the age 92 and using the term “colored friends” something’s wrong. [PopEater] Keep reading »
Alright, enough with the Jesse James bashing. There, I said it. I’m tired of it. Lady blogs, celebrity blogs, gossip blogs, every single other kind of blogs — they’re all beating him up like he’s the latest, greatest punching bag. Get over it. He messed up. Why is everyone so hell-bent on bashing him? Sure, cheating on your wife, dating sleazy strippers, and taking photos while doing the Hitler salute are not the best life choices. But can’t we lay off the guy already? Keep reading »
Wronged wife Sandra Bullock dropped the bombshell-of-all-bombshells when she announced on the cover of People magazine yesterday that she adopted a baby boy in January. And while I’m happy as a clam for Sandra and little Louis Bardo Bullock, I also find the way the media’s handling the story to be quite odd.
The New York Daily News‘ cover today says “Sweet Revenge!” and teases an article on their website about Sandra’s adoption with the line, “She doesn’t need a big baby like Jesse — she’s got a real one now.” Metro (a free newspaper handed out in big cities) trumpets, “Sandy’s Trump Card? Her Secret Adoption.”
I’m sorry, but why is a newborn baby a “trump card” or “sweet revenge”? Keep reading »