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Trudy 6 month s ago
#1. Scientology isn’t a religion, and it shouldn’t get the tax breaks that real religions do.
       
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Beda 6 month s ago
Trudy,

Any actor who's a scientologist I don't watch thier movie's, more people should do this.
       
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Rella 6 month s ago
Trudy, neither of them should get tax breaks.

Missy, yeah, common sense.
       
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Missy 6 month s ago
TRUDY

So you have a system that tells what religion is true and what are fake???

Or is it the old: Every religion but mine is fake and must burn in "my hell" thing???
But if i dont believe in your religion then your hell dont count and i go scot free ;-)
       
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Jeremiah 6 month s ago
All religion is fake made to separate from true God and each other.
       
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Tom Cruise divorces his wives when they turn 33.

It is not exactly clear if this is just a coincidence or if it’s the influence of Scientology on the relationships of this famous actor (in Scientology, 33 is a special number) but Tom Cruise’s marriages always ended when his wives were 33 years old. And his wife is always 11 years younger than the previous one.

His first wife, Mimi Rogers, introduced Tom Cruise to Scientology (she was born in 1956). Their marriage fell apart 2 years later.
He was with the beautiful Nicole Kidman (born in 1967) for around 10 years. The actors repeated their marriage vows and then broke up around 2 months later.
With his third wife, Katie Holmes (born in 1978), he broke up after 6 years of marriage. The actress wanted to divorce Tom to prevent him from introducing their daughter Suri to his religion.
 
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