Archive for the ‘scientology’ Category

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To Scientologists, Nancy Cartwright is the gift that keeps on giving

January 29, 2009

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Scientologist Nancy Cartwright is using Bart’s voice to spread the word. Cartwright once gave the ‘Church’ ten million dollars, which automatically made her a Grand Wizard or something, and now she’s doing a talk where she explains why everyone else should pay their way to the top of the Pyramid of Creepy, Bullying Arseholes.

I remember once seeing her being asked about ‘King Of The Hill’ and she just shrugged and said “I don’t watch it”, and I thought “Wow, Bart’s a bit of a prick.” This audio clip doesn’t exactly blow that theory apart.

(Thanks, Emmett)

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The toxic tech of Scientology

July 7, 2008

Amazing piece on why The Church of Scientology paid 8.7 million dollars to a despised former member. Link

(Update: Wow! The link’s down! Anyone got an alternative? In the meantime, here’s a short version of events.)

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Scientology and the Clearwater Police

February 29, 2008


According to this film, police in Clearwater, Florida, are being paid $178 dollars a day to act as Scientologist muscle. Link (It’s long, but it’s worth it).

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Booo! Booooooooooo!

February 11, 2008


Thanks to everyone who pointed out the ‘Ted’-inspired signs at the Scientology protests. Here’s the skinny on the London event; tremendous fun had by all, it seems.

(More! Feel the shiver as the Scientologist zombie at the end of this report tries to get away with calling the protesters ‘terrorists’.)

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It’s Scientology, Charlie Brown!

December 21, 2007
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Tom releases the hounds

November 30, 2007

According to this throwaway line in a Vanity Fair piece, Tom Cruise’s hobbies include intimidating doctors.

“…Spielberg felt the actor’s antics had hurt his own movie, 2005’s ‘War of the Worlds’. Far worse, though, had been an episode when Spielberg told Cruise the name of a doctor who had prescribed medication to a relative and the doctor’s office was subsequently picketed by Scientologists.

Link (and here’s the original Vanity Fair piece)