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Jordan Says

August 22, 2008

I got an e-mail the other day from a former co-worker who now lives on the other side of the country.  She wanted to interview me for her blog.  If you’d like to read the ramblings of two Emmy-winning journalists, you can do do so at Jordan Says.

Thanks, Jordan,  Great to hear from you again.

Protest Signs

June 7, 2008

Don Croswhite has put together some nice looking protest signs which you can download as high quality pdf files from his blog. Here’s a sample:

I like that he takes a page from the Writer’s Guild strike and creates a sign which you can personalize.

For the WGA it said “we’re all together” as it allowed it’s members to supply their own message. Something to ponder before your next picket.

Thanks, Don.

Back on YouTube

June 7, 2008

By now you probably are aware that I am back on YouTube.  After filing a DMCA counter-notification, Viacom decided not to press charges over a couple brief Stephen Colbert clips.  I detail the full story here:

Several people have done nice welcome back videos.  These are a couple of my favorites.

Please subscribe to my original YouTube channel where I can post longer videos.  The new material will appear there.

Jeff at the Vaults

June 1, 2008

Jeff Jacobsen takes us out the the underground vaults where Scientology has supposedly stored L. Ron Hubbard’s tech on titanium plates so they will survive any future holocaust.

Oprah Interviews Cruise

May 23, 2008

The fine folks at The Damn Show have crafted another Scientology comedy bit.  Crude?  Yes, but very funny.

In case you’ve forgotten, here’s their earlier spoof of the Tom Cruise Scientology video.

Jason Beghe – “Today Tonight” Report

April 17, 2008

Australian TV did an amazing job of taking my 3 minute tease and building a longer story around it.

Merry Christmas from XENU TV

December 24, 2006

I hope you all have the best of holidays.

Countdown to the TomKat Divorce

November 19, 2006

Well, it’s happened. Under rainy skies, Tom Cruise has abducted the village virgin and sacrificed her to the evil overlord Xenu. The TomKat wedding was conducted in such a massively opulent manner that it could only be the intergalactic equivalent of one of those arranged marriages between old European royal bloodlines.

“We must unite Teegeeack with our closest allies in this sector of the ga-lax-y to ward off the marauding Marcabian warriors!”


Katie at the window

And a desperate princess awaited her fate from high atop the castle tower in which she was trapped. As she scanned the horizon below for any sign of rescue, she could only pray for that last minute arrival of a knight in shining armour.

Alas, it would not be. The virgin princess was doomed to fulfill the contractual obligations of marriage to the diminutive dark lord; a wee man, once beloved but who had lost the affections of the populace once they discovered his erratic behavior.

The people of Teegeeack can now only wait.

Wait for the time when the princess returns to the land of the sane…

…with her hefty pre-nuptual settlement.

Republicans = Scientologists

November 9, 2006

So says comedian Bill Maher whose HBO show “Real Time” is a treat each Friday night. This is what Maher had to say today on the Huffington Post Blog:

One of the tenets of Scientology is that anyone who criticizes the religion is fair game for any and all kinds of retribution. You can file lawsuits against them, you can harass them, you can spread lies about them, and it’s OK because the critic is fundamentally evil.

This is the same reason Republicans have no problem running push polls, or handing out leaflets with false accusations, or calling Dems and telling them that their polling place has been changed… all this dishonest, sleazy stuff is OK because it’s in the service of a greater good.

You can read his full blog here. I don’t always agree with the man but I enjoy his show very much.  I love it whenever someone like Maher or the South Park guys know more about Scientology than, “Isn’t that the one Tom Cruise talks about?” More and more people are becoming informed.

Thanks Mr. Internet.