Discussion in 'The VIP Lounge' started by LarryB, Jun 27, 2007.
Why Germany Hates Tom Cruise
Yeah, but, they don't need Tom, they have
In this...I'm sure...Germany does not stand alone. (They at least have LarryB on their side!)
I read that entire article thinking where is Nicholas Cage? LOL.
Could some photshop whiz put Tom's head on that shot for Larry's amusement. If I knew how I would do it for him.
Oh you should leave the existing hair instead of using Cruise's. You know just work he face on to it.
Don't you mean this one?
I guess Max wasn't satisfed with the picture of Tom kissing me.
Germany's point of view:
But, just to throw a monkey wrench into this Cruise bashing event, he is listed right below Sir Arthur C. Clarke on the board of directors of the National Space Society. Of which I am a member. ( pot stirring over )
The reason Germany will not grant access to Ministry sites if Cruise is chosen to play German officer Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg?"
Because Cruise, as the Defense Ministry puts it, "has publically professed to being a member of the Scientology cult."
We would have also accepted, "because he is a blithering idiot."
Never thought I would publicly agree with the German government, but I do.
Randy, the NSS is not what is wrong with Cruise, but one can not over look the problems with Scientology.
I live in Tampa, Clearwater is full of them and they have opened a center in Plant City as well. You go to Ybor City anytime it is busy and you will find recruiters. The stories about them range from laughable to horrific. It is best to avoid the whole thing.
Here Larry, Tom Cruise nipple shot
Max, I'm in complete agreement about what you said. Just havin' a little fun. He's probably in NSS for the publicity anyway.
You betcha. Watch for further encroachment from his minions. And don't forget that he's watchin' for the return of Xenu.
Chris: ROFL- that's one of the funniest things I've ever seen :lol: :lol: :lol:
It's funny that everything states that Germany doesn't recognize scientology as a religion, but then states that there is no process by which germany recognized religions. It's just as accurate to say that germany doesn't recgonize Catholicism as a religion, or Judaism. Someone's religious beliefs shouldn't be grounds for not allowing them to work, IMO, but then again I think you should have the right to refuse anyone the right to work even if I disagree with your reasons.
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