YOU TOO CAN DRESS LIKE A SCIENTOLOGIST

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We knew the Scientologists stuck together, but their solidarity for a fashion show during Fashion Week was impressive. Actor Giovanni Ribisi’s twin sister Marissa is married to the musician Beck, and she has a clothing line called Whitley Kros. The front row of the catwalk show at Smashbox Studios was packed NOT with fashion editors or buyers, but B-list Scientologists. (We figure the Cruises and Travoltas are the A-listers and they weren’t around.) Here’s who showed up: Danny Masterson and Bijou Phillips, Kirstie Alley, Erika Christensen, Jason Lee, Giovanni Ribisi and sister Marissa, Jenna Elfman, and Juliette Lewis. We imagine Beck was backstage cheering his wife on.This event is significant because now Scientology is invading the sacred world of fashion!

Posted by hoodlum on March 24, 2008

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  1. By Anonymous
    On March 24, 2008 at

    Yuck, they need to spend a little more money on their clothes instead of giving it away to that cult.

  2. By Anonymous
    On March 24, 2008 at

    the sciecos cant dress on top of all their other problems.
    sad, so many attractive, vibrant people have been suckered into this crap.

  3. By Anonymous
    On March 24, 2008 at

    And Satan and his legion of demons laugh.

  4. By gerard Vandenberg
    On March 24, 2008 at

    YEP, being part of the LOSERS-CLUB yourself is also possible!!

  5. By Bev
    On March 25, 2008 at

    BOYCOTT NOT ONLY THAT SHITTY LINE OF RAGS,BUT ALSO ALL THE CULT MEMBERS.T.V. SHOWS.C.D’S MOVIES ETC.I FUCKING LOATHE EVERYONE OF THEM.

  6. By Tired of Lies
    On March 25, 2008 at

    They don’t look like they’re dressed to attend a fashion show. Wouldn’t you try to look nice for that sort of thing?
    Too bad the earth didn’t open up and swallow all those cultists gathered in one place.
    Keep up the good work Janet – scientologists are trying to gain credibility by using actors and actresses as their spokespeople. Sadly that would actually have an effect on some people. They need to have the light of day shone on them!

  7. By mavis
    On March 25, 2008 at

    Looks like Beck didn’t even show up! I KNEW he was smart–well, sort of!

  8. By Smarty Pants
    On March 25, 2008 at

    Tee Hee! Ha, ha, ha! See what happens when you let others use you like a tool? Hardy, har, har!

  9. By john doe
    On March 25, 2008 at

    Looks like another $cientology footbullet.

  10. By Jeff Spicoli
    On March 25, 2008 at

    Scientology is no more wackier than mainstream religion with it’s virgin births, magic tricks, stone tablets, burning bushes and resurrections.

  11. By Quentin Hubbard
    On March 25, 2008 at

    So Whitley Kros-something else to boycott along with all the Scientologist movies and tv shows.I do not want a penny of my money supporting an evil cult which ruin’s people’s lives.

  12. By 777
    On March 25, 2008 at

    When you see the word Scientology, look it up and read the bunk they believe in. Makes you wonder why the highest paid Low- IQ ‘stars’ are members. Btw, the Sci Cruise-meister looks brain-washed and laughs like he is demon-possessed, which he is.

  13. By Pluto Moon
    On March 25, 2008 at

    The fashion rags are the cast-offs of L. Ron Hubbard’s faggot lover. But the SCI-Coes love them, as they are infused with extra-terrestrial planetary energy from millions of years ago. And…they give them power, man, power.

  14. By prttymn
    On March 25, 2008 at

    OK, Pluto, keep the F word to yourself.
    I too think the Scientology crap is fake (Dude, you might as well worship James T Kirk and the starship Enterprise), and to liken it to Christianity is ridiculous, even though I’m not a huge fan of any organized religion. To compare a Millenia old religion to a book written by a science fiction writer who was quoted as saying, “there’s no money in writing, start your own religion” is downright stupid.

  15. By Anonymous
    On March 26, 2008 at

    Those enturbulating clothes are full of entheta. The entire line needs to be sec checked and sent to RPF for a lengthy term in the boiler room.

  16. By heber jentsch
    On March 27, 2008 at

    People hate Scientology not because of what they believe in, but because it is a totalitarian cult of whacko nutjobs.
    So drop the “crazy as virgin birth and burning bushes” spiel. The only Christian church that can compare to CO$ is the Westboro Baptist Church. Not even Mormons or Jehova’s Witnesses can hold a candle to Scientology and WBC’s nuttiness.

  17. By Anonymous
    On March 27, 2008 at

    Well said, heber!! I certainly hope ignorant trolls like jeff educate themselves one day ** sigh **

  18. By Sparkle
    On March 27, 2008 at

    Was just reading thru, and especially Jeff of 12:55 PM. Note his last name sounds Roman Catholic, so Jeff, if you’re reading this and two or so previous ones, what gives? Scientologist are as lost as a goose…..lost means no entrance into heaven.

  19. By Plowhandle
    On March 27, 2008 at

    Stink-cult members dressed like the clueless zombies they are.
    What’s to understand or explain ?
    Ignorant, brainwashed wannabes.

  20. By Anonymous
    On March 28, 2008 at

    What those outfits did to my eyes is illegal in 37 states. Gah. Fashion by Goodwill.

  21. By Victor Lulzstein
    On March 28, 2008 at

    SAVERS lol

  22. By L. Ron Hubbard
    On March 31, 2008 at

    omg “Earl” is a Scientologist, ah well, i guess he really is as stupid as he acts on TV

  23. By Casonia logenberry..Enough about Hells kitchen this people don't even know I am alive? But A.B.C. TV is taking off One life to live and replacing it a show call The Chew and..I say Screw The Chew and leave my Roger Howarth alone.
    On August 25, 2011 at

    Some people need help and scientologist, I don’t believe in it and nothing will draw me to that place and..I don’t agree with there standards and can’t and will not follow there directions in life and if it works for other people and they gather joy and learn something from it! Good for them but…I like everything in this world to some degree but will not follow this place? Choice and understanding of other peoples lives and what they want to do and what they feel and if it is working for them and it is making them go in a positive direction? Then good for them and in life to each there own and to thy self be true. Joy is in your heart.

  24. By Walt Cliff
    On August 25, 2011 at

    (Burpppppppp) Ahhhhhh

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