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July 2, 2012

nickdivers says: Does anyone actually think Tom Cruise would send Suri, his very cute and very public daughter, to Sea Org? Wouldn't that be a huge PR disaster for both Cruise and COS?

» SFB says: Whether or not the Church actually would (the reports suggest that, even if they did, that was a concern of Holmes), they’re formally denying it, saying you have to be 16 to go to Sea Org. Don’t doubt you though; it’d be bad optics. — Ernie @ SFB

18:52 // 1 year ago
Following divorce news, Holmes echoes concerns of other ex-Scientologists
The Daily Mail is reporting that actress Katie Holmes’ recent decision to divorce husband Tom Cruise was due largely to his desire to enroll their daughter Suri in the Church of Scientology’s highly-controversial Sea Org. While celebrity gossip isn’t typically our bag, Holmes echoes complaints previously made by director Paul Haggis and other former members of the church. Most notably, mysterious vehicles — clearly too expensive for the paparazzi — have been spotted outside Holmes’ New York apartment consistently in recent days. The actress says their monitoring is meant as an intimidation tactic. If true, Holmes is certainly not the first person to be harassed by the Church, but could the light shed by her high-profile divorce make her one of the last? (Photo via FunAlso, chosen because Suri Cruise is much cuter than Paul Haggis) source
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The Daily Mail is reporting that actress Katie Holmes’ recent decision to divorce husband Tom Cruise was due largely to his desire to enroll their daughter Suri in the Church of Scientology’s highly-controversial Sea Org. While celebrity gossip isn’t typically our bag, Holmes echoes complaints previously made by director Paul Haggis and other former members of the church. Most notably, mysterious vehicles — clearly too expensive for the paparazzi — have been spotted outside Holmes’ New York apartment consistently in recent days. The actress says their monitoring is meant as an intimidation tactic. If true, Holmes is certainly not the first person to be harassed by the Church, but could the light shed by her high-profile divorce make her one of the last? (Photo via FunAlso, chosen because Suri Cruise is much cuter than Paul Haggis) source

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17:14 // 1 year ago
June 29, 2012
gifhound:

BREAKING: Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise divorcing after five years of marriage, People.com reports.

Ace GIF, bro.

gifhound:

BREAKING: Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise divorcing after five years of marriage, People.com reports.

Ace GIF, bro.

15:06 // 1 year ago
May 22, 2012

Motion detection for your computer: This thumb drive-sized piece of technology will allow users to “completely control your computer by waving your hands around like Tom Cruise in Minority Report.” For $70, the Leap will plug into your USB drive and will provide touchless control of your laptop/computer of choice. The Leap website states: “It sounds too good to be true, we know. But, that’s what we specialize in around here.” It also claims that the device is 200 times more accurate than the Kinect bar and tracks “movements to the 1/100th of a millimeter.” We can’t wait to look like idiots! source

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15:05 // 1 year ago
May 15, 2012
hman:

FALSE METAL

Looks like Scientology finally made him lose his mind.

hman:

FALSE METAL

Looks like Scientology finally made him lose his mind.

12:51 // 1 year ago
February 26, 2012
"Suddenly I’m in that world in my backyard afterwards …" You mean your Scientology seances, Tom?

"Suddenly I’m in that world in my backyard afterwards …" You mean your Scientology seances, Tom?

21:02 // 2 years ago
June 18, 2011
20:31 // 2 years ago
January 27, 2011

China airs clip from Tom Cruise film, claims it’s military training footage

  • claim China Central Television aired footage of fighter jets shooting one another down and exploding spectacularly in mid-air, claiming it was taken from a air force training exercise.
  • reality A closer analysis of the footage reveals that, far from a military training reel, it’s actually just a bunch of clips from “Top Gun,” the beloved 80’s classic. Oh, China, you’re so adorable. source
22:42 // 3 years ago