Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Internet War on Scientology and Big Foot


Anonymous claims internet war on the Church of Scientology. Gawker tells us why Kids on the internet are Scientology's most powerful enemies.

22 Arab League offers Israel a broad vision peace option offering full normalization of relations in return for full withdrawal from occupied Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese land. Isn't that what they've been saying all along? I doubt this peace offer takes into account that certain U.S. officials are still trying to prod Israel into attacking Iran. Should everyone be thinking about the 935 false statements (bold faced lies, my Momma would have said) the Bush regime told us to get us into the war in Iraq?

Something that makes you sit up and take notice is China's secret plan to attack and destroy the U.S. with a single first strike effort. And here I thought they were just trying to buy the U.S. outright.

Do some amazing Mars photos reveal a human-like figure or creature reminiscent of Big Foot?

Time Warner to test internet billing based on usage versus flat per month rate fee. Comcast and other cable providers to follow suit in hopes of raping broadband customers further. Speak up now or suffer skyrocketing internet connection costs.

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10 comments:

Lee said...

Did Jerry just shoot himself in the foot for working in hollywood ever again?

Tony said...

That could highly be possible. I don't know that people are recognizing the fact that he has taken a huge risk for his career and even socially for doing this parody. He is not only mocking Tom Cruise but is slamming the ridiculousness of Scientology itself. And yes, it is funny that I can only see him still as the guy in that failed TV series "Sliders" no matter what he does :)

Lee said...

Failed series? That's a bit rough it went for what 4 or 5 seasons?

Man you're cold when it comes to your expectations sci fi shows... umm what the hell am I doing defending Sliders??? I kind of feel dirty...
Off to the shower I think.

Tony said...

Hahaha, Lee you are right. I guess I was being a tad too hard on "Sliders". But that's probably because I really liked the show and Jerry O'Connell was my favorite character (reminds me of my younger self, dontcha know). Besides, he a fellow Irishman so I can't dis him too much. Oh, and I liked the "professor" character, too, because he reminded me of my current self, at times, only I am thinner with less of an accent. Oh, and I liked the ... oh never mind. At least I have hopes that the new "Terminator: Sarah Conner Chronicles" has a shot at being decent. Right?

Marloes said...

Sliders doesn't mean zilch to me, but this is a great parody.

Tony said...

Marloes... Visit Sliders on Wikipedia to find out about this wondrous science fiction TV show. It was hailed as being intellectual and savvy... or as IMDB says, "For the first three years of Sliders, this show was an intelligent, original and fascinating example of perfect scifi TV" ... unfortunately the show ran longer than three years :)

"Sliders" aside, yes, Jerry O'Connell did a nice parody of Tom Cruise and his recently revealed secret Scientology videos that were featured in the Bonez post Damn Radical Muslim Presidential Candidate Scientologists.

E said...

SLIDERS?!?!! He's the chubby kid from Stand By Me! Maybe even as the kid from My Secret Identity. He worked after the early 90's? WOW!

E said...

And ignore the Bigfoot on Mars.

There were some scientists, tried to figure out the Sasquatch riddle.

Then they figured out it was the missing link.

In Search of Sasquatch. That was kick-ass In Search Of. With Leonard Nimoy kicking out the jams.

Tony said...

He's worked quite a bit since those "Stand by Me" days. In fact, he's one of the "stars" in the current 5 year hit show "Crossing Jordan". But of course, being Mr. Movie and TV trivia meister, you knew all of that and much more.

E said...

Nope. I'm a movie trivia guy. With the exception of South Park, I don't watch tv. I've never heard of "Crossing Jordan". Does it have anything to do with Buckethead?

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