I know someone in his 20s that's like the first 3 frames at least and he gets very annoying...
@Bonersaurus, don't worry I had a friend hi once argues with me for many hours about how it's impossible for the twin towers to have fallen the exact way they did.
@Magic banana boy, *who *argued dumb auto correct
@Magic banana boy, yes he has said that too
@punctual pandanda, I had a pre-engineering teacher who explained to us exactly why they fell how they did
All jokes aside, Scientology is f*ckin' weird.
@Brock Lee, i never fully understood the concept behind scientology can someone please elaborate?
@Brock Lee, PRAISE XENU
@Brock Lee, yeah, that comment gets up votes. But if I say Christianity or Judaism is f*ckin weird I would get a lot of down votes. How about we leave opinions of religions out.
@Baconbait, It was created by a science fiction writer. Basically they believe an alien warlord named Xenu captured all of his enemies and dropped them into a volcano in Hawai'i. Then their spirits slithered out and they are what cause humanity's suffering, from disease to sadness. So to get rid of these spirits you have to pay the Church of Scientology money and the spirits will leave for a while. They believe someday Xenu will return to finish off the spirits of his enemies. I did a speech about it in my speech class in sophomore year, got me an A.
@CriTiKa1, that is highly highly inaccurate.
@Brock Lee, what's funny, is that that everyone on this app probably got ALL of their info on Scientology from South Park, snl, and the non credible part of the internet. And that makes my feel bad for them. They're not bad people. I have a completely fvcking awesome Scientologist friend.
@ProtoZion, The creator of Scientology once said, " You don't get rich writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you start a religion." Your friend may be awesome, but he is a very gullible dumb@ss.
@John Bender, That's because Scientology was written by a science fiction writer in the 20th century.
@CriTiKa1, well that's nice, and where was that quote found, I'm very curious
@Brock Lee, I know it was, he. Was also a navy seal, a pilot, and a philosopher, not just a writer, he wrote literature because he experienced most of the things he wrote about. That doesn't mean he was a gold digger, uneducated liar.
@ProtoZion, It was a response to a question from the audience during a meeting of the Eastern Science Fiction Association on (7 November 1948).
@CriTiKa1, cool, assumed you were lying but thanks for proving your point, i still don't think that they're bad. It's just a religion
@Brock Lee, I agree it's a strange religion but you know most religions are kind of strange if you think about it like Christianity there's a giant bearded guy who lives on a cloud. But we have to accept that people believe in it.
@Brock Lee, yeah Scientology is fvcked up.
@ProtoZion, I never said the people are bad. I just stated the things I found out about Scientology without having to pay money. It is a religion, but it was also created by a science fiction author who became a millionaire by creating Scientology. He lived on a ship for eight years and was worth $600 million when he died. The government doesn't consider it a religion since the founder made so much money out of it.
@CriTiKa1, okay then
@Brock Lee, Did you know that when you go against it and you're a scientologist they send you to "camp" and are not allowed to leave?
@Overall Enthusiasm, what fvcking site are you guys getting this from XD they're not nazi's
@ProtoZion, Are you questioning Wikipedia?
@Overall Enthusiasm, yes. Yes I am. I can't tell if your joking,
@ProtoZion, Mr. ProtoZion, what would ever lead you to believe that I would joke with something as serious as Wikipedia?
@Brock Lee, that's what happens when some stupid bozo watches Star Wars while on acid.
@Brock Lee, dan
@Brock Lee, they came in B52 airliners and we landed in volcanoes! It makes total sence, right?
@bi polar polar bear, don't judge Christianity if you have no idea what it's about. That's just ignorant and foolish on your part. Learn about it before you judge it.
I'm not trying to start an argument or anything like that... But if you really look at 9/11... The signs all point to an inside job...
@Pothead, Or, you know, terrorists.
@Pothead, Right there with you.
@Pothead, it was, an inside job within al quaeda
If you dont believe 9/11 was a conspiracy then you should watch Loose Change. Its on youtube and netflix. Its pretty convincing.
@SpecialEd Teacher, You should watch the debate between Popular Mechanics and Loose Change on Youtube. The Loose Change guys get destroyed
@Nikita, just watched it. The loose change guys still made points that othrr guys couldnt explain. And they werent destoyed but some of their ideas were answered.
Lesson #1:Science and Religion dont mix. YA BOOMZACLOUTZ!
@Beastlie Queen, you're part of the ignorance in this world
@The Pandagator, hey i dont like talking to a$$holes on here so let me have my opinion dumb a$$
You don't have to believe all of those things but people need to learn how to think independently and not listen to anything the government tells them.
Even sentient talking gum does fall for scientologies bullsh*t.
@Metal Gear Kive, *doesn't
"This is what Scientologists actually believe"
@Not him again, Not you again...
This is why I don't like old people.
@Kirk Hammett, Dude the singer for your band is 50. You can't say that you don't like old people.
On the topic of conspiracy theories, I have a good one. What if when everybody is born they are secretly injected with a long-lasting drug that makes life seem boring and drab? And what if the substances the government labels as drugs are actually anti-drugs, and what we see when we're high is actually what real life is like?
This is why I joined the Epsilon Program
No, I believe in my Father-Father-Brother-Uncle Kifflom!
For some reason I find the first 2 contradicting, I mean yes they are unrelated, but if we do have aliens in New Mexico, why couldn't we have gone to the moon, just borrow the technology.
I live in New Mexico and well...just look at my name.
Why is he pink?