1. moozxy

    OP moozxy hamboning
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    Jax Pip Pip Cheerioink!
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    Good night, sweet prince... [​IMG]
     
  3. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity
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    I knew that prick would join the cult, one day ... you could tell by his movie choices ...
     
  4. Panzer Tacticer

    Panzer Tacticer veteran human
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    IN MY OPINION The only thing dumber than a scientologist, is a creationist (nothing's more stupid than a creationist, including sponges).

    But who cares, I watch movies for entertainment, not based on how much I like the actor personally.

    Big John Wayne fan, but some say he was light in the loafers.

    Big Sean Connery fan, but he's an incredibly arrogant racist sexist sob.

    To all that, I say so what. Their movies are great.

    I won't drink beer with a scientologist, but if the movie is good I won't let that stop me from watching it.
     
  5. Sonicslasher

    Sonicslasher In Law we trust.
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  6. notnarb

    notnarb Not narbing it up
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    He will be missed
     
  7. NeSchn

    NeSchn GBAPimpdaddy.
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    RIP Will Smith.


    Man this blows I love Will Smith! He such a pimp! WHY!!!!!!
     
  8. jalaneme

    jalaneme Female Gamer
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    such a shame... i liked will smith too.
     
  9. Westside

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    My favorite movie was Ali. He actually convinced me that he was a true Muslim in that movie, who knew he would turn out to be an infidel...
     
  10. lagman

    lagman I wish I was green.
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    He heard that Xenu is back and he's trying to stop him, haven't you guys seen Men in Black?
     
  11. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity
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    I'd rather get meningitis, than see a 3rd Men in Black ...
     
  12. JPH

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    Wow, yet another idiot joins the cult.
    Will Smith, though, I liked him. Shame, now, every time I watch Fresh Prince of Bel-Air - I'll see him as a Xenu lover and not the funny-ass black guy. [​IMG]
     
  13. mastermanna123

    mastermanna123 GBAtemp Regular
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    yea. there was a rumor that he was gonna convert to islam after that movie. and i, as a muslim kid was like "cool my fave actors gonna be muslim"
    turns out he goes to scientology.
    he's spent too much of his time with tom cruise. DAM YOU!!!!!!!!! [​IMG]
     
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    Narin The Cheat Master, kupo!
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    Actually, many celebrities and people who follow scientology find the whole alien thing laughable as we do. Putting the cult and alien aspect aside, some of the stuff that scientology teaches is quite good. They teach you a mindset and a way of thing to be more efficient and think in a different way about views on others and life.

    "Scientologists follow The Way to Happiness, which defines morals as "a code of good conduct laid down out of the experience of the race to serve as a uniform yardstick for the conduct of individuals and groups""

    "Scientology states that there is no absolute right or wrong but that right and wrong are actually a gradient from right to wrong. An action must contain construction which outweighs the destruction it contains in order to be considered good. "Good is any action which brings the greatest construction to the greatest number of dynamics while bringing the least destruction. "An 'absolute wrongness' would be the extinction of the universe and all energy and the source of energy. . . . An 'absolute "rightness"' would be the immortality of the individual himself, his children, his group, mankind and the universe.""

    Under all the crap you see on the news and read about, scientology has a good set of morals and ethics which draw people in, not all the alien bullshit which many people focus on. Hell, many who follow scientology have no clue about the alien or cult aspect of scientology and focus on it as a way of living.

    No, I'm not a scientology and yes, I find alot of it laughable, but you should at least get the whole picture before passing judgment on people who follow it, not everyone who follows it is as insane as the ones you hear about.
     
  16. Bob Evil

    Bob Evil The Department of Home-Made Insecurity
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    A year before he founded The Church of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, in a interview, said, "The fastest way to become a millionaire, is to start your own religion."
     
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    Wow that site sure is slow on news, Colbert reported this a month ago.
     
  18. Bob Evil

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    This is a gaming site, not E! News ...
     
  19. matriculated

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    Pretty weird seeing how Will Smith has publicly said he doesn't believe in schools - he home schools his kids. I guess Tom Cruise is really influencing him. I also heard he was giving out Scientology books (which are notoriously expensive) as thank you gifts to the crew on his last movie.

    I can't say I really care as both Smith and Cruise come from the same school of acting techniques: "I'll just act like myself in every movie I make".
     
  20. fischju

    fischju Rehabilitated Jaywalker
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    How dare you!
     
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