Mercury Poisoned

How Bill Murray Helped Emma Stone Through Some Acne Problems

I wonder if Billy Murray and Emma know about the relationship between acne and mercury poisoning?

Tim P. Whitby, Getty Images;  Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images for DGA
Tim P. Whitby, Getty Images; Alberto E. Rodriguez, Getty Images for DGA

We’ve always known Bill Murray was a great guy, but we never quite knew that he was the man you want around when you’re breaking out. But we’re not surprised at all to find out that he is.
On the set of their new movie, Aloha, it seems Emma Stone was having some bad acne issues, but Murray was there in the clinch to make her feel better. She told Yahoo Movies U.K.:
“On a daily basis, he would bring me nice little presents. Like he would go to a concert and bring me a keychain, or he would go to a store and bring me Maui Onion potato chips … a visor, some slippers. It was pretty sweet.”
We’ll probably reach peak Bill Murray when he crashes a bachelor party with some Maui Onion potato chips and a visor in hand.

Lisa Marie Presley Mercury Poisoned

Excerpt from her Rolling Stone interview.

"My body started to deteriorate. I started to have panic attacks. I went through two years of baffling every doctor from East to West Coast. One week it was asthma . . . hypoglycemia . . . candida . . . reflux . . . I had everything. My gall bladder just. . . stopped working, and I had to get it taken out. This was when the tabloids said I tried to kill myself or something like that. We settled out of court. But anyway, I wound up in the hospital. I had everything happening; my body completely fell apart. And nobody knew what the hell was wrong with me." She was allergic to everything. "I had to eat chicken and broccoli for a year," she remembers. "I was absolutely falling apart, physically and emotionally, for a two-year period." At times she thought of death. "It was the constant physical breakdowns that were going on that I didn't understand."

"I really thought it. It was just non-stop. "Then she went to a homeopathic doctor, told him all her symptoms, and he asked her to open her mouth. He told her to get her fillings removed. "But once I started to get it out, it all stopped." (She now thinks her problems were caused by a mixture of mercury fillings and extreme stress.) "Mercury can make you go...crazy. That term 'mad as a hatter' comes from mercury: people working in felt factories and going crazy. They try to say mercury is safe, but it's the second-deadliest poison known to man, underneath plutonium, and it's in people's...teeth."