I interview the Indiana girl at the Smash Pictures booth Thursday, Jan. 11.
She says she got into porn (three months ago, she's done 20 movies) "for the money. I can get sex anywhere, baby. I don't need to come here for sex."
"I'm going to become a plastic surgeon. I'm going to school right now for pre-med biology."
Luke: "How did you get the idea to do this?"
Bree: "I love sex. I love money. The traveling's fun. The attention's OK. I like being promiscuous."
"I'm taking the next semester off."
"I'm really shy in my personal life. On video, I can get into a character."
"Friends and family are not surprised. I've always had a high sexual nature."
Outside of the business, Bree has been with a dozen guys and three girls.
She lost her virginity to a guy at twelve.
June 12, 2007
It's early afternoon.
Bree lies on a couch and I hover above her with my video camera.
Bree: "I went to go light up this morning and I said, 'I'm so sick of this. Cigarettes control my life. I smoke two packs a day [for the past two years].'
"It's going to ruin my youthful looks. Health problems. Money."
She decides to quit after smoking since age 12.
Kelly Holland, director: "I think it is admirable that you decided to quit smoking. I'm just not sure that today... We'll see how you are doing by 7 p.m."
Luke: "What do you do to stay in shape?"
Bree: "Eat a lot at McDonalds and Burger King."
Luke: "What about exercise?"
Bree: "I walk to my car. Have sex. Ride my bike. Unorganized sports such as volleyball."
"I don't drive down here. I can't. I have a driver. The freeways here are nuts. There's too much congestion."
"I've been working here since November but I haven't done anything. I went to Disneyland the other day."
Luke: "What makes you happy, aside from sex?"
Bree: "It was smoking."
"My kitten, Dr. Sniffles, makes me very happy. My grandmom makes me very happy. I have two girl friends in Indiana and that's it. My boyfriend's here in California."
"Anything to do with [dead] animals makes me sad. People dying. I hate death. I don't like talking about it. I'm atheist. I know that when you die, there's no heaven, so that really bums me out. I wish I could be Christian and say I'm going to heaven but I know I'm not. It sucks to know the truth."
"I've always questioned since I was a little kid. Between ten and thirteen, I was really Christian. After studying the whole Bible, I decided that this isn't true."
"I still love religion. I think religious people are really nice."
"I don't go around saying I'm atheist. How did we even get on this subject?"
"My best friend is really Christian and I never talk to her about it. I never try to convert people."
"I don't need to have a fear of God in my life to be a good person."
Luke: "What makes you angry?"
Bree: "When people talk bad about me like you're probably going to do on your website."
Luke: "What's your earliest memory?"
Bree: "Falling out of the crib and my grandpa coming in to put me back in and give me a bottle. I was about one. He died when I was two."
Oct. 10, 2007
Jim Gunn writes on GFY: "Howard has been in the news more than ever, mostly because his move popularized satellite radio service to a great degree. I'm a long time fan and I think the show is better than ever in some ways. Why don't you subscribe to Sirius and listen to the uncensored show? It's not very expensive and you get a LOT of channels, with talk, sports, and commercial free music. The Howard TV On Demand shows are awesome as well. They do special programming sometimes besides the regular in-studio shows that are very entertaining. For example, I am looking forward to the Miss Howard Stern reality show coming soon."