Friday, November 19, 2010

Randy Quaid's Star Wackers - special ed.

So, what has happened to Randy Quaid and his wife? There was an explosion of news, then suddenly, nothing. Did the Star Wackers, finally get them?

Wouldn't we all like to know what's going on? Is Dennis Quaid, Mel Gibson, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan all in dire danger? Was Mel Gibson drugged leading to all his different rants going on this past year or two?

If you remember, the Oscar nominated star ran off to Canada from Hollywood, after telling everyone that they were on a "hit list" of the now notorious assassin group known as 'star whackers'. He said that the late Heath Ledger and David Carrandine had both been killed by the group, warning that others, including Mel Gibson (who one might not be surprised about at this point), are all in danger. Randy denies being on drugs or mentally ill, but isn't that part of being mentally ill, that you don't THINK you are? I'm not saying anything, I'm just, sayin'.

From the Daily Mail in the UK:
"'They follow us, they tail us,' Quaid told the Good Morning America TV show.
'They tag our cell phone they hack our computer.'
Quaid, who has appeared in the National Lampoons films with Chevy Chase, offered no evidence about the so called Hollywood hit squad.
His wife said Gibson, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan were all in danger.
'I think he was drugged. I think he was slipped a Mickey,' Evi Quaid said of Gibson.
Quaid said the official causes of deaths of Ledger from an drugs overdose and Carradine from auto asphyxiation, were a 'flat out fraud'.
The oddball couple are due in court in California on Tuesday to face charges of smashing up their former home. They are also accused of staying at hotels and failing to pay their bills.
They insist that they did not flee to Canada to avoid facing a court but fear for their safety.
'We're just trying to find some safety and security in this,' Quaid said.
He also warned that his younger brother Dennis was in jeopardy but has ignored his warnings.
Dennis Quaid had said his brother should seek therapy."

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