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USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

Discussion in 'Celebrity News' started by DiaSciRev, Jun 28, 2009.

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  1. DiaSciRev Member

    USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Bull shit.
  2. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    "I'm not saying that I'm not a Scientologist".

    Interesting variation on a known theme.
  3. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I'm curious as to what cruise does to get him on anyone's "greatest men I know" list.
  4. anonsoldier Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I'm curious how we'll see any and all mental health related plot lines handled on her new show.

    Also, bullshit. You started a school that uses Study Tech. You're a Scilon.
  5. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Well, it couldn't be any more nonsensical than oprah's show. She's set the bar pretty low in terms of logic and common sense.
  6. RightOn Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    ^^ this^
    and they planned on building a high school too.
    It says on their website, that the shcool teaches L. Ron Hubbard tech,,, it's buried, but you can find it.
  7. incog712 Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Eh teaches them how2use acceptable truth tech to avoid giving straight answers and doesn't afraid of anything.
  8. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Cruise is one of many who talk a big game about saving the world, but does jack shit to actually do it. Many celebrities fancy themselves gurus. Perhaps it's because their lives are so far removed from the normal person's reality, or just the result of a massive ego, they think they have some great life saving experience that will change the world for the common man.

    If Cruise wants to learn how to change the world he should do something constructive like immitate Norman Borlaug.

    When's the last time any celebrity guru was credited with saving 245 million lives?
  9. RightOn Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Right from their school website:
    "Study Technology - An educational model developed by L.R. Hubbard, study technology focuses on three principles. First is the use of “mass” (manipulatives and hands-on experiences) to foster understanding – children need to see and feel what they are learning about. Second is the attention to the “gradient,” which ensures sure students master one level before moving on to the next. Third is the “misunderstood word,” in which students master word definitions and are taught not to read past words they don’t know the meanings of in order to understand completely what they are reading and learning. NVLA uses study technology as an umbrella methodology woven through the subjects."
  10. BlooAnon Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    We don't believe you. Close down your school, have your husband stop talking in Scilon terms and we'll talk.
  11. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Seriously, what's so revolutionary about this shit?

    Kids learn through:

    1) interacting with the environment
    2) moving from the simple to the complex on skills
    3) further studying things they're unclear on in reading and conversation


    Wow, so revolutionary... e_e
  12. RightOn Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I never said it was revolutionary.. but maybe the Smiths have so they can charge more money to the idiots who blidly sign their kids up without checking first just exactly what methods this shcool uses
  13. rawrz Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Why do so many stupid people have so much money?
  14. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Sorry, didn't mean to make it sound like you were saying it that way. Wasn't my intent.

    Perhaps the better question is why anyone in their right mind would sign their child up to a school set up by the guy from independence day.

    The short answer, unfortunately, is that "we" pay to gawk at them.
  15. Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Is it just me or does, "I want people to know who I really am" sound like something a scilon would say?

    Not any more I don't.
  16. RightOn Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    It's all good :)
  17. Kilia Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    What she's really sayin' is that she IS a Scientologist.
  18. Tenebrous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    It doesn't logically follow that tom's greatness or happiness has any bearing on the validity of scientology as a religion. Hopefully she has something else to back up this perception other than "tom's a great guy".
  19. whosit Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Tom's such great guy. You can really judge a man by the company he keeps. Just look at his best man in his last wedding.
  20. LilDebbie Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    i c wut u did thar
  21. whosit Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    :D
  22. RightOn Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Misson statement from Jada's school:

    "The New Village Leadership Academy is dedicated to the cultivation of powerful, self-educating leaders - men and women of virtue, wisdom and courage. We are nurturing extraordinary thinkers who are capable of creating healthy, happy, purposeful lives - world citizens who inspire greatness in others and propel humankind toward the greater good."

    No there not Scientologists
    BWA HA HA
  23. Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    just remove the double negative... "I'm saying that I'm a Scientologist" fix'd
  24. FUCK Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    It's basic math
    negative+negative=positive
    dirty scilon lies...
  25. BlooAnon Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    For sure. I agree, but Will is more in the public eye with interviews than she is. Just sayin'. :)
  26. LilDebbie Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    ...for the greatest number of dynamics?
  27. Anonymous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    "I'm not saying that I'm not a Scientologist because I think there's something wrong with Scientology "
    Then please tell us why you are saying you are not a scientologist.
    Is it because you have no compunction about lying to the Wog media?
    Is it because you know that if you admit the truth your career will take the same path as other once promising TV/Film personalities?

    Also:
    " I want to be really clear about that,"

    Sorry, the prognosis doesn't look good for this one.
  28. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Fail. Negative times negative = positive.

    /grammarfag
  29. CLOCKSHIT Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    The fucking bitch is a Scilon period! So is her sweet pumpkin, but he thrives on attention and a master at dodging hard questions. "He's comfortable in any situation!" or for that matter in any religion. Hope his and her lies catches up with them one day just like their fucking leader the rat fucking criminal!

    All she has to do is look in the mirror and repeat as long as she can "I'm not a Scilon.....,I'm not a Scilon....". GO SIT ON A FUCKING POST AT GOLD B I T C H !!!

    Take Tom with you maybe he can audit you while you sit!
  30. rawrz Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I like where this is going.
  31. Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Obvious Scilon is obvious.
  32. Herro Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Well if you only quote half of the sentence, entirely distorting the meaning in the process, then yes it is an interesting variation.

    Damn dude, irrational hatred much?
  33. whosit Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Had to go back and re-read the original quote and I'm not seeing how this is distorted or taken out of context.
  34. tofuman Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    As far as I'm concerned, if she and Will are giving the cult money, then they are scilons.
  35. Anonymous Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    The entire original sentence is poorly formed and vague in it's meaning.
    The only thing she actually states is that she is not revealing her reason for denying scientology is her faith.

    For someone who claims to want to be "clear", she fails in the endeavor.

    She seems to be trying to insist that people know who she is without telling people any truth about who she is.
    She also presumes anybody cares.
    If not for the kids in that scilon school, I know I would care about her as musch as she cares about me... that would be a very small amount.
  36. CantPickaName Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I think anybody that poisons kids minds with hubbard bullshit deserve that hostility..I equate that shit with drug dealers selling to kids
  37. whosit Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    I believe being vague and misleading was the purpose. If someone is scanning the article and not really paying attention it comes across one way. If someone is picking it apart then it comes across another way.

    Since she's touting the Study Tech at their school then she should be able to word clear it properly.
  38. whoever Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    It's a convoluted mouthful of a sentence, but its meaning is clear.
  39. Herro Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    All she said was that she isn't a scientologist, but that she doesn't think there's anything bad about it. She thinks it's just another religion. And I know everyone here thinks that's code for "I'm a scientologist," but you know people can think scientology is legit and actually not be scientologists.
  40. Buttons Member

    Re: USA Today: Jada Pinkett Smith - "I want people to know who I really am"

    Herro-

    Agreed.
    But that is the problem.
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