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L Ron's All-star Gallery of Assclownery

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L Ron Hubbard was a maniac.  That was agreed even during his lifetime.  One can almost understand the lure of Dianetics with the whole "unlock your inner beast" self-improvement stuff.  But how his nonsensical ravings became the basis for an alternate, semi-, quasi-religion is beyond me.  So, all we can do is make fun of those (presumably) rich and (arguably) famous dupes who pour millions of dollars annually into this sham and have the cajones to call it a viable religion.

Here are some of L Ron's most esteemed assclowns, past, present and still on the fence.

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1. John Travolta - "Hey! Don't touch da hair!"
2. Chick Corea - Jazz musician
3. Tom Cruise - "I'm not crazy.  Do you hear me.  I'M NOT CRAZYI'M NOT CRAZY!!!"
4. Nancy Cartwright - Bart Simpson
5. Geoffrey Lewis - "Hey!  I know him.  It's....it's....it's....That Guy!"
6. Giovanni Ribisi - Saving Private Ryan

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1. Heywood Nelson - What's Happening "Hey, hey, hey"
2. Christopher Masterson - "My brother's a shitty actor."
3. Danny Masterson - "No...MY brother's a shitty actor."
4. Jason Lee - His name might actually be Earl.
5. Kirstie Alley - "Excuse me, maam?  Didn't you used to be Kirstie Alley?"
6. Anne Archer - Washed up actress

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1. Jenna Elfman - Bad actress.
2. Juliette Lewis - Bad actress.
3. Leah Rimini - Bad actr... Hey!  Anybody else seeing a trend here?
4. Dave Davies - Kinks Guitarist "I used to be in the Kinks!!  The Kinks.  The Kinks?  Famous rock band?  No?  Well, ask your mum"
5. Isaac Hayes - Composer, voice actor, hypocrite, all around assclown.
6. Rob Thomas - Carlos Santana lets the guy sing one friggin' song and now we can't get rid of him.

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1. Edgar Winter - Sheesh
2. Beck - First I was cool.  Then I sold out to The Man.  Now I am The Man.
3. Linda Blair - "I was in The Exorcist!!  The Exorcist.  The Exorcist?  Famous movie?  Well...ask your dad."
4. Eddie Deezen - Graciously sat as the model for JoeCool18's Troll WOS portrait.
5. Placido Domingo - Whatever.
6. Maxine Nightengale - Damn!  Disco was a long time ago.

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Edgar Winter? Is he still alive?

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L Ron Hubbard was a maniac. 


I honestly never heard of this guy! I thought he was related to Mother Hubbard.  :snork_lach: So searched for some sites and sure enough he was.

Old Ron Hubbard
Went to his cupboard
To show Ladybug all his might
But when he got there
The cupboard was bare
Now Lady doesn't know Ron from right



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YAAFM 11: Scientology

You have to love Reginald.

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Is Edgar Winter really still alive?

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Is Edgar Winter really still alive?


he is alive and 59 years old.

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He was like 59 years old when I was a kid. So when you join Sceintology do you stop aging? SIGN ME UP!

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He was like 59 years old when I was a kid. So when you join Sceintology do you stop aging? SIGN ME UP!


I was just thinking that.  Wasn't he 59 when Frankenstein came out in 1973?  It's either Scientology or the vampire rituals doing it!

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OK, here is what happened:

I Googled "dead or alive Edgar Winter"

I selected the first hit.

It said he was alive and 59.

My source was very, very likely NOT authoritative.

Sorry if I just added to the confusion (skulks in corner) :Neutral: :Sad:

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December 28, 1946 birthdate Edgar Winter. Guess it's that white hair. I always thought he was older. His fan club site has pictures when he was a shrimp, had white hair always. Weird. Glad we got that cleared up now I can go to bed. :smt015

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Wow, I didn't know some of these people were Scientologists. Having done some rather extensive research on the cult, and after having read some heartbreaking personal stories about its' horrific effects on peoples' lives, I lose respect for celebrities who belong to it and shill for it.

It's a soul-crushing brainwashing cult that chews up vulnerable people and spits them back out with not a penny to their names. It tears families apart and enslaves it's members with false promises, physical abuse, threats of mental and bodily harm, and permanant indebtitude.

I do not respect famous people who are members, who are looked up to and pass it off as a positive influence on society. Of course they're treated like gold, whereas the lesser mere mortals who join are subjected to a far different experience, one which usually takes years of therapy and psychiatric meds to remediate. If one ever escapes at all.

I encourage everyone here to read up on it.



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false promises, physical abuse, threats of mental and bodily harm, and permanant indebtitude.


and the difference in this and every other religion is . . .

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false promises, physical abuse, threats of mental and bodily harm, and permanant indebtitude.


and the difference in this and every other religion is . . .


Most churches have moved beyond putting people in menial slave labor positions with little sleep or food for weeks as punishment for asking questions.

Also, they don't tend to lock little kids up in filthy daycare centers away from parents, let them run around in their own feces and call it the Cadet Corps.

Eh, it's a matter of degrees, you're right. I believe Scientology poses a much greater immediate threat to its' members than mainstream religions.

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I don't like the part about the little people, but if the adults are stupid enuf to fall for such crap they deserve whatever they get. The really weird thing that gets me is that people are so gullible they will actually follow the advice of someone like Tom Cruise. There's credibility for ya!


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