Spot the hypocrite.

#3
The episode in question ('Locked in the Closet') also features huge numbers of jokes at Tom Cruise's expense, who also happens (by happy coincidence) to be a major bankroller of - you guessed it - Scientology!

Fancy that!
 
#5
I've not seen this particular episode, but if it's anything like the episode on Mormons why didn't he leave earlier?

"Joseph Smith was called a prophet
Dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb
He started the Mormon religion
Dumb dumb dumb dumb dumb.
"

I'll never be able to look at Chef the same way again.
 
#7
I think it's based on a book.....

But not an old one...its like a modern Sci-Fi one that you'd find at a welcome break...

Very odd...

T C
 

cpunk

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#8
Darth_Doctrinus said:
The episode in question ('Locked in the Closet') also features huge numbers of jokes at Tom Cruise's expense, who also happens (by happy coincidence) to be a major bankroller of - you guessed it - Scientology!

Fancy that!
Oh yes! The big joke is that Tom Cruise spends much of the episode hiding in a cupboard, thus prompting the frequent comment that 'Tom Cruise won't come out of the closet' :lol:
 
#9
Stone said: "In 10 years and over 150 episodes of South Park, Isaac never had a problem with the show making fun of Christians, Muslim, Mormons or Jews.
So it's ok to take the pi$$ out of other religions in remarkably bad taste (but funny as fcuk) :D
but then teddy gets thrown in corner when its his own religion on the receiving end, I'm surprised that scientology escaped for this long without having the urine extracted! :D
 
#11
I'm not going to insult anybody's religion, you can believe whatever you want. But for those that don't know what Scientology is really about, I suggest you take a drag on a crack-pipe and read this: Scientology
 
#12
Vimeiro said:
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
scientology?!?! wtf is that all about then?
Something to do with Aliens
Scientology a religion started by L Ron Hubbard the sci-fi writer Picked up a book about him one time
At one point he had his own Navy manned by scantily clad young girls.
He was also banned from most countries in the world hence his Navy
Complete Nutter
 
#13
MSI64 said:
Vimeiro said:
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
scientology?!?! wtf is that all about then?
Something to do with Aliens
Scientology a religion started by L Ron Hubbard the sci-fi writer Picked up a book about him one time
At one point he had his own Navy manned by scantily clad young girls.
He was also banned from most countries in the world hence his Navy
Complete Nutter
I'm not trying to be funny, I could have sworn it was young boys.
 
#14
Horridlittleman said:
Stone said: "In 10 years and over 150 episodes of South Park, Isaac never had a problem with the show making fun of Christians, Muslim, Mormons or Jews.
So it's ok to take the pi$$ out of other religions in remarkably bad taste (but funny as fcuk) :D
but then teddy gets thrown in corner when its his own religion on the receiving end, I'm surprised that scientology escaped for this long without having the urine extracted! :D
But no-one drew any cartoons, how can he get upset?
 
#15
Religious or not, it doesn't matter to me one way or another, but to take the p1ss out of everyone else and not yourself is about as pathetic as it gets. Isaac Hayes? A hipocritical nobody in my estimation now.
 
#16
As for beliefs - L. Ron Hubbard - sci fi writer and founder of the religion (which I remember was outlawed in UK way back with it's technogear and the like) - Scientology lets you believe in all, any or no Gods - it's up to you! Having said that, there is of course the Supreme Being who you become more aware of as you develop in scientology.

A universal life force (Theta) is found in us all and we (humans) are immortal spiritual beings (thetans) who can become godlike if we keep to the practices of Scientology. All creation comes from some universal spirit and when we die we continue through rebirth until we have dealt with everything that happens to us before and after birth when we become "thetans,". As immortals we move through space, matter, energy and even time and become one with the Big Cheese (AKA Theta). The spirit now escapes the cycle of birth and death and becomes one with God (bit like nirvhana - the state - not the band :) ).

Basically, sh*t happens so we can develop our responses (using Hubbard's patented whatsit boxes) and remove aberrative responses from our being. Of course, we are all doomed unless we immediately take up the beliefs and practices of L. Ron Hubbard's practices and techniques of Scientology, and become thetans. Salvation includes increasing mental awareness and move thriough three states, these are Pre-Clear, Clear, and Operating Thetan.

The Operating Thetan can control matter, energy, space, time, thought life the universe and everything! Practitioners ("Auditors") are ministers and counselors who assist others to self-enlightenment. Auditors help others to identify their prebirth, current, and past-life disturbances, which are obstacles to happiness and spiritual enlightenment.

How's that for starters - hope this helps - sorry it is so long - nanu nanu :)

P
 
#17
Ok where is my tin foil hat
I hate Tom Cruise for ruining War of the Worlds but now I know he is wierd too and small very very small
 
#18
I live near the land of Wack-a-dos (Scientology). Clearwater Florida, the old Fort Harrison Hotel was converted to wack-a-do central and the freaks have consumed large tracks of land and buildings in the downtown area. Since it is a religion the city can not collect taxes from them, not to mention they have utterly destroyed any hope for downtown Clearwater.

As a youngster we used to load up in pick-up trucks and hurl insults and feces and in some cases smack them in the head with bats for fun on Saturday nights. They were easy target since they all strut around in uniforms, resembling naval cadets.
 
#19
cpunk said:
Darth_Doctrinus said:
The episode in question ('Locked in the Closet') also features huge numbers of jokes at Tom Cruise's expense, who also happens (by happy coincidence) to be a major bankroller of - you guessed it - Scientology!

Fancy that!
Oh yes! The big joke is that Tom Cruise spends much of the episode hiding in a cupboard, thus prompting the frequent comment that 'Tom Cruise won't come out of the closet' :lol:
You mean this :)
Come Out Of The Closet
 
#20
Padre said:
As for beliefs - L. Ron Hubbard - sci fi writer and founder of the religion (which I remember was outlawed in UK way back with it's technogear and the like) - Scientology lets you believe in all, any or no Gods - it's up to you! Having said that, there is of course the Supreme Being who you become more aware of as you develop in scientology.

A universal life force (Theta) is found in us all and we (humans) are immortal spiritual beings (thetans) who can become godlike if we keep to the practices of Scientology. All creation comes from some universal spirit and when we die we continue through rebirth until we have dealt with everything that happens to us before and after birth when we become "thetans,". As immortals we move through space, matter, energy and even time and become one with the Big Cheese (AKA Theta). The spirit now escapes the cycle of birth and death and becomes one with God (bit like nirvhana - the state - not the band :) ).

Basically, sh*t happens so we can develop our responses (using Hubbard's patented whatsit boxes) and remove aberrative responses from our being. Of course, we are all doomed unless we immediately take up the beliefs and practices of L. Ron Hubbard's practices and techniques of Scientology, and become thetans. Salvation includes increasing mental awareness and move thriough three states, these are Pre-Clear, Clear, and Operating Thetan.

The Operating Thetan can control matter, energy, space, time, thought life the universe and everything! Practitioners ("Auditors") are ministers and counselors who assist others to self-enlightenment. Auditors help others to identify their prebirth, current, and past-life disturbances, which are obstacles to happiness and spiritual enlightenment.

How's that for starters - hope this helps - sorry it is so long - nanu nanu :)

P
This would be the same L Ron who once wrote in one of his books.

"Writing for a penny a word is ridiculous. If a man really wants to make a million dollars, the best way would be to start his own religion"

Seems to have worked then? :D
 

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