Morning Buzz: Olivia Newton-John's Companion Faked Death?

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Olivia Newton-John's companion Patrick McDermott, who was believed drowned in 2005, is reportedly alive, according to private investigators. The Daily Mail reports that cameraman McDermott is believed to living on a boat along the Mexican coastline under an alias to avoid paying debts, and to allow his son to cash in on a $151,000 life insurance policy. He also owed thousands of dollars in child support to an ex-wife. McDermott was believed dead after chartering a fishing boat in California.

Meryl Streep has agreed to appear on NBC's SAG-award winning 30 Rock. Gatecrasher reports that the actress was approached by cast member Alec Baldwin while dancing at a SAG Awards afterparty. “Meryl was delighted with the idea of appearing on the show,” a source says. “She said yes immediately.”

 

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  • robertlindblad
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    Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard while he was still sane told his son "You know how to get rich... start a religion." admitting that Scientology is nothing but a fictionally created story. Scientology is nothing but a corporation that thrives off the ignorance of it's followers by selling them and whoever else books, and courses on how to "improve" themselves spiritually. One of their expensive scams is that they will sell you for extremely large amounts of money a series of books that in the end are supposed to teach you how to walk through walls.... and after spending long hours of self deceptive meditation, a lot of money, and reading you become brainwashed to believe that you can actually walk through walls and when you try to and end up bumping your nose against the wall you are told that you couldn't do it because you're not ready yet however there are more books and courses available that will someday make it possible for you to do so for larger amounts of money butt not really. Scientology = manipulative corporate scam brainwashing moneybaggers club Scientologist = manipulated misguided fool I know someone who got sucked into Scientology, I didn't know he was a Scientologist until one day, about 4 years ago, he said "Rob here's a book you should read." He passed me Dianetics by L. Ron Hubbard. I laughed and said "L. Con Flubbfart ha forget it." For the first time in the years since I've known the guy he displayed anger and I'm talking very angry!!! Verbally with an agressive face. After that display he went on to talk about the ability to walk through walls, he hasn't reached that level but he plans on getting there etc... I've also heard of that course from an ex-Scientologist and neither of them know each other Here's a website that describes some of the unusual deaths of Scientology members http://www.whyaretheydead.net/ Here's an interview with L. Ron. Hubbards' son http://www.rickross.com/reference/scientology/scien240.html