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Sacks5thAvenButt - 2009-10-26


Sacks5thAvenButt - 2009-10-26

I should stop commenting before I see the video. xenu xenu xenu

gambol - 2009-10-26

slightly let down by the preload image

KnowFuture - 2009-10-26

Ah the technique of exercise, vitamins, and sauna-ing to make things better, as invented by L. Ron Hubbard.

I guess he invented the part where you're in the sauna for FIVE MOTHERFUCKING HOURS.

And the guy he asked about Xenu invented being a butthole.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-10-26

I love Martin Bashir.

I hope that dude went home and cried himself to sleep. With a pillow that has XENU in big letters on it.

split tail - 2009-10-26


Jimmyfranks - 2009-10-26

I think the whole thing is up on ABC's website, well worth watching.

glasseye - 2009-10-26

Mr Scientology has poopy pants!

sosage - 2009-10-26

So...I mean...is that a yes or a no on believing in Xenu?

Nikon - 2009-10-26

Bashir was cool. The guy he interviewed was a weepy pus.

Siebenstein - 2009-10-26

Yes, I believe.

Desidiosus - 2009-10-26

"It is offensive to my religious beliefs to discuss my religious beliefs."

Xenocide - 2009-10-26


Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2009-10-26

That was incredible.

So, does Wise Beard Man appear anywhere in this thing?

Cube - 2009-10-26

It's against scientology to talk about volcanos? What?

Dinkin Flicka - 2009-10-26

Scientology: the cult for losers who were molested by their geology professors.

Charles - 2009-12-03

"You like volcanoes, little boy? Here, HAVE ALL THE VOLCANOES IN THE WORLD!!!"

Smellvin - 2009-10-26

The proper way to react to that hissy fit would be to loudly say, "So that's a yes?" as soon as the guy ripped off his mic.

kingofthenothing - 2009-10-26

Yeah, I hear the "Niacin Wonder" Perk is the hardest one to get.

Hooper_X - 2009-10-26

Oh, hey, it's Tommy Davis. If you saw BBC's "Scientology and Me," you know what a massive fucking toolbag he is.

This is his standard MO. Once the conversation turns to things he doesn't want to talk about, he immediately starts screeching about THAT IS OFFENSIVE TO MY RELIGION AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT AND YOU ARE A TERRIBLE AMERICAN GOOD. DAY. *SIR!!!!!* The goal is to make himself look like he's been wronged by the big bad media who won't stop repeating the stupid ol' questions about Xenu (whether or not they're true) and they're all out to get Scientology which is a good faith that helps people. SCIENTOLOGY IS GOOD AND IT HELPS PEOPLE.


Tuan Jim - 2009-10-26

I remember that toolbag. He always comes off as a total douche.

fluffy - 2009-10-26

Walks like a douche, quacks like a douche...

Sick Man - 2009-10-26

hateful little forkboy

lucienpsinger - 2009-10-26

This is beautiful.

The local House that L. Ron built is pimping a new LRH pulp story book of the month club. Get one book, you get a point, and for only ten thousand points you can get a really nice leather bomber jacket with L. Ron Hubbard's name on the left breast.

Syd Midnight - 2009-10-26

I saw one of his sci-fi books in the store once. The painting of the hero on the cover looked exactly like him, except with bigger muscles, and not fat or bald, so I imagine he was the Gonterman of pulp sci-fi authors.

zatojones - 2009-10-26

in other words, yes

Rodney - 2009-10-26

I've been fascinated by the CoS since I was a teen. Yes, their beliefs are nuttier than Chinese chicken salad (Be sure to read "The Bare-Faced Messiah", a great book about LRH), and they did once, fairly successfully, attempt in infiltrate the US Government ("Operation 'Snow White'").

That said, I'd just like to see someone ask the Pope id he REALLY believes that a Bronze Age space god impregnated a 12-year-old girl in Palestine, 2,000 years ago.

Comrade Admiral - 2009-10-26

that's the thing.
the silly aliens and atomic volcanoes mythology is no more ridiculous than the idea that the universe is 6000 years old and that someday all of the true believers will get disappeared into heaven, leaving the rest of us to suffer here for a few millenia.

But if you asked a young earth creationist something like "Do you believe in a literal history of talking snakes and immaculate conception and people coming back from the dead?" They'd be more than happy to share that particular facet of their beliefs with you.

by contrast, this guy seems almost terrified of his own belief system.

memedumpster - 2009-10-26

I think it's a reaction he was told to have. Xenu is bad PR. I can't wait until this cult splinters into others which beget all sorts of new crazy.

Rudy - 2009-10-26

Well it worked for the Mormons.

baumer - 2009-10-26

It ain't much, but Harry Palmer's doing his best:


Mad Struggle - 2009-10-26


Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-26

Playing the victim.

TimidAres - 2009-10-26

Dude's thetan count must be through the roof if he is gettin sand in his vagina over a question like that.
Why would he be offended by something that he belives in?
Is it guilt? Guilt he feels for knowing its all sci-fi bullshit? Or rather guilt he feels from knowing that he had to poison frequently poison himself daily to stay in the church? Not to mention all the money he had to pay to become a upper-level member.
Xtians dont feel offended when they talk about Jesus dying, in fact they seem to talk about it a lot.

zatojones - 2009-10-26

he should have used his OT Jedi mind tricks

Enjoy - 2009-10-26

I don't get it. When people ask me about the seemingly stranger parts of Christianity, I enjoy the questions and discussion. It's called apologetics, Mr. Scientologist.

If they are going continue pretending Scientology is a religion, they might consider their tactics a little more...

Camonk - 2009-10-26

Not a microphone! Those cost upwards of FOURTEEN DOLLARS!

heyitslozeau - 2009-10-26

honestly, I cant think of a single religion that's less ridiculous than Scientology, I mean sure it's ridiculous, but like isnt that the point of religion?

IrishWhiskey - 2009-10-26

Its like the difference between "A ghost stole my wallet" and "You need to give me your wallet because a cyborg ghost from the future said he'd stop time forever if you didn't". Both require a leap of faith, but there are degrees of ridiculousness. And religion can have a point other than being ridiculous. Or evil.

If anyone wants to watch more whiny douches complain that its offensive to be asked questions they don't want to answer, just watch any of the Sunday morning political shows.

Sick Man - 2009-10-26

The problem isn't the ridiculousness, it's the evil.

MissLadyArtemis - 2013-11-15

Yes, IrishWhisky. Stars for you.

Riskbreaker - 2009-10-26

Being into scientology means that you have to dress and cut your hair as if you were an extra for a Duran Duran video?

joelkazoo - 2010-12-12

Damn, Risk! You come up with the best comments! Stars for you!

ez - 2009-10-26

I watched this without the proper guidance, and got the flu real bad. Hail LRH!

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-12-18

Magic thinking people.

joelkazoo - 2010-01-30

It always stuck me as odd as how any other religion is more than willing to talk about the craziest aspects of their religions without batting an eye. When I asked some Mormon missionaries if the Garden of Eden was in St. Louis, they immediately blurted out "actually, it was in rural Northern Missouri".

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