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  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,714 Member Member Posts: 8,714 Member
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    I only have the cook book and it's actually decent

    I don't know what these folks believe in and the top search at Google is excerpted as "At the core of Scientology is a belief that each human has a reactive mind that responds to life's traumas, clouding the analytic mind and keeping us from experiencing reality."

    Me: "Oh, so they eat dehydrated food. Mmmk."

    tbf though, at the end of the day, are their beliefs really any stranger than any of the others out there?

    besides. Tom Cruise man. he's prob the best working actor alive today.

    well. aside from DDL I guess

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  • sweet_ermengardesweet_ermengarde Member Posts: 1,296 Member Member Posts: 1,296 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    I only have the cook book and it's actually decent

    I don't know what these folks believe in and the top search at Google is excerpted as "At the core of Scientology is a belief that each human has a reactive mind that responds to life's traumas, clouding the analytic mind and keeping us from experiencing reality."

    Me: "Oh, so they eat dehydrated food. Mmmk."

    tbf though, at the end of the day, are their beliefs really any stranger than any of the others out there?

    besides. Tom Cruise man. he's prob the best working actor alive today.

    well. aside from DDL I guess

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    i think its a tie between benicio del toro and christian bale for best actor and they are catholic and a satanist respectively so basically they all believe in some higher power and do rituals and what is the difference, idk, i’m no theologian
  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 5,606 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,606 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    MaltedTea wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    I only have the cook book and it's actually decent

    I don't know what these folks believe in and the top search at Google is excerpted as "At the core of Scientology is a belief that each human has a reactive mind that responds to life's traumas, clouding the analytic mind and keeping us from experiencing reality."

    Me: "Oh, so they eat dehydrated food. Mmmk."

    tbf though, at the end of the day, are their beliefs really any stranger than any of the others out there?

    besides. Tom Cruise man. he's prob the best working actor alive today.

    well. aside from DDL I guess

    6nfb07g3i9mg.gif

    i think its a tie between benicio del toro and christian bale for best actor and they are catholic and a satanist respectively so basically they all believe in some higher power and do rituals and what is the difference, idk, i’m no theologian

    Best actor? Vince Vaughn. And while I just found out he's Roman Catholic, it has no bearing on my choice 🤣 It has never occurred to me to look up the religions of celebrities. I have a fun weekend project now.

    And, yes, @iMago, we all believe weird stuff. That's a human thing. I hold it against no one.

    My interpretation of what is touted to be the core beliefs of Scientology really did make me think of dehydrated food... instantly. See what I did there?
    edited December 2020
  • PlentyofProtein00PlentyofProtein00 Member Posts: 2,729 Member Member Posts: 2,729 Member
    SwannySez wrote: »
    If she doesn’t have and OnlyFans account.

    If she doesn't have what????

    That’s where you make people pay for recipes instead of giving them away for free

    So if you wanna support my recipes I have a great holiday discount. Do you like feet?
  • eatpolerepeateatpolerepeat Member Posts: 24,178 Member Member Posts: 24,178 Member
    A well thumbed little black book
  • sardelsasardelsa Member Posts: 9,834 Member Member Posts: 9,834 Member
    They are not one of my good friends.
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 2,465 Member Member Posts: 2,465 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    He's written at least two science fiction golden age classics. That's two more than most cult leaders. So give the guy a break!

    Ok ok he’s not ALL bad
  • iMagoiMago Member Posts: 8,714 Member Member Posts: 8,714 Member
    CacoEther wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    He's written at least two science fiction golden age classics. That's two more than most cult leaders. So give the guy a break!

    Ok ok he’s not ALL bad

    he was actually a pretty interesting dude, whether or not you choose to see Scientology as a cult or not. like he helped Jack Parsons (who was also a very interesting dude) with the Babalon Working, a ritual that Parsons thought would bring forth the goddess Babalon to Earth. pretty much all of which was originally inspired by Aleister Crowley.
  • GymGoddessGoalsGymGoddessGoals Member Posts: 2,056 Member Member Posts: 2,056 Member
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 2,465 Member Member Posts: 2,465 Member
    iMago wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    CacoEther wrote: »
    Their bookshelf has too many L. Ron Hubbard titles. I'll give you two for educational purposes, but that's it.

    Two is a handful too many

    He's written at least two science fiction golden age classics. That's two more than most cult leaders. So give the guy a break!

    Ok ok he’s not ALL bad

    he was actually a pretty interesting dude, whether or not you choose to see Scientology as a cult or not. like he helped Jack Parsons (who was also a very interesting dude) with the Babalon Working, a ritual that Parsons thought would bring forth the goddess Babalon to Earth. pretty much all of which was originally inspired by Aleister Crowley.

    Did any of yall ever get into that lonelygirl15 thing like 13 years ago?
  • jjpptt2jjpptt2 Member Posts: 5,283 Member Member Posts: 5,283 Member
    Chloroform in his bathroom cabinet

    *phew* I'm safe.

    I keep mine in the nightstand.
  • eatpolerepeateatpolerepeat Member Posts: 24,178 Member Member Posts: 24,178 Member
    jjpptt2 wrote: »
    Chloroform in his bathroom cabinet

    *phew* I'm safe.

    I keep mine in the nightstand.

    If you got her as far as the bedroom I'm guessing you won't need it 🤷‍♀️😂
  • jjpptt2jjpptt2 Member Posts: 5,283 Member Member Posts: 5,283 Member
    Nevermind
    edited December 2020
  • Sophisticatted_GentlemanzSophisticatted_Gentlemanz Member Posts: 345 Member Member Posts: 345 Member
    Basically any red flag is
  • chuckle_bunnychuckle_bunny Member Posts: 415 Member Member Posts: 415 Member
    Pepple who always point out the symbolism in pop culture

    Like damn, can we watch a Friends rerun without alluding to the New World Order
  • CacoEtherCacoEther Member Posts: 2,465 Member Member Posts: 2,465 Member
    Pepple who always point out the symbolism in pop culture

    Like damn, can we watch a Friends rerun without alluding to the New World Order

    You must have more insightful friends than i do 🤔
  • MaltedTeaMaltedTea Member, Premium Posts: 5,606 Member Member, Premium Posts: 5,606 Member
    Pepple who always point out the symbolism in pop culture

    Like damn, can we watch a Friends rerun without alluding to the New World Order

    Pop culture, in general? Or Friends, specifically? If the latter, I mean... 🤷🏿‍♀️

    That show creeped me out just with the clapping part of the intro theme. Surely, viewers don't have to ALL clap along while simultaneously giggling. If nothing else, that has to be part of a New World Order community initiative.

    I'm just saying: stay woke ✊🏿

    And good vibes only 😭
  • Sophisticatted_GentlemanzSophisticatted_Gentlemanz Member Posts: 345 Member Member Posts: 345 Member
    Uhh restraining orders
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