Wednesday, January 16, 2008

ICBAS,TUTMA *

*I Couldn’t Be A Scientologist, They Use Too Many Acronyms.

I hope this stays up long enough for you to see. This is an indoctrination video featuring Tom Cruise who is flat out creepy. They must have done this during the writers strike. Being a “clear” certainly hasn’t helped Tom Cruise’s communication skills any. How is he even a little bit attractive? I suppose if you like maniacal laughter, he’s your man.

20 comments:

  1. As you may have guessed, I am not a Scientologist (or any other kind of -ist). I'm just me.

    Thank you for your comment - to put that another way- there is mathematically a close relationship between singularity and infinity. Ask any mathematician.

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  2. Runee: I am a firm believer in opposites - and everything in between, except TC.

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  3. I've always thought he was rather creepy.

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  4. Dot: You are putting it mildly, indeed.

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  5. I've never understood the Tom Cruise thing, either. In the beginning, though, he seemed quite normal, but not especially good looking, no. Now he's neither.

    I've posted my scavenger hunt, though I didn't find them all:)

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  6. Andrea: Me, too.

    Actonbell: I'm going to look. You can make your own for any you can't find.

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  7. Hi Nessa..I thought it was about time I came over to your blog..you have so much going on here!! I like the idea of the scavenger hunt too!

    the Tom cruise video was featured on our national news programmes today (BBC in UK)...I believe it's been removed from Youtube..I am all for allowing an induividual to make up their own mind about these things..but when Tom states that ONLY Scientologists can rehabbilitate criminals, treat the homeless, Cure mental ill health and heal the sick...I throw my head back and laugh..Mr. Cruise has not done his image or the image of Scientology any favours..I'll lose no sleep over that!

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  8. I think TC's career has definitely peaked. Too many people think he's a nutcase. And he never was that great looking.

    Plus he's like 4 feet tall.

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  9. I'm going for creepy with a capital E!

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  10. Niall: Thanks for taking a break from your beautiful art work to visit.

    Diesel: 4 feet tall if he wears lifts.

    Quilly: All caps.

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  11. My former daughter in law who is far too smart is into Scientology. I can't for the life of me figure out why.But Tom he fits.

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  12. There's something "dark" about his eyes and eyebrows. Besides, he's too short. There's a lot of other fish in the sea. Throw him back in.

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  13. Dr. Johm: I never understood putting such faith in another human being.

    Shari: Good anology. There is something wrong in his eyes.

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  14. I can't even make myself type his name... nor mention it on my blog. As far as I'm concerned, he is "Tomas Crazy." Plain and simple.

    And what the hell happened to Katie Holmes? Yikes. She turned from goofy teenager to B-list starlet to Fembot in a very short period. I hope someone finds that microchip in her brain before it's too late.

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  15. Hello,
    I saw part of the video on our news here in the UK.I found some of the statements TC made to be very worrying, particularly his statement that only Scientologists could help in certain circumstances,eg road accidents.I can't say I've ever been a particular fan of his and I certainly wouldn't say that this video has made me like him any more.

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  16. DCMM: I know. I usually don't either, but this is just too scary. And I feel so bad for Katie Holmes. She looks like she's wasting away to nothing; a mere skeleton of her former beautiful self.

    Angie: I asked my daughter, an EMT and Firefighter if she's a Scientologist. She thinks I'm a bit nuts, too.

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