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I heard about that documentary; the documentary where they interviewed eight people who hate Scientology. I wonder if Sundance would allow a documentary of, like, eight people who hate Judaism.
But you know, my religion's fair game, I guess, 'cause it's new. I do read, I do go out, but no one had mentioned it to me.
That guy got reamed, kicked out, I don't know what the fuck happened to him.
But then Paul was just mad that, as a religion, we're not going to come out and say that we are for or against anything, which is a political matter.
When I looked into it, I noticed that he couldn't publish that book in Canada or the UK because the libel laws are so much stricter than ours.
And so when I asked about it, they're like, "Oh yeah, there's basically like 200 lies in the book and so in England and in Canada he couldn't even publish that book." Anyone can say anything about anything. If you're going to write something and you don't ask the people who actually do it, then what's the fucking point?
There was some person who worked at some small church in San Diego who wrote his name and then wrote "Church of Scientology" on Prop.
8, which is the most fucked up thing I've ever fucking heard.
I grew up in New York and it was just sort of like, everyone hated their parents and was always cheating and lying, and I was able to just be friends with my parents. I noticed that any times I had trouble studying anything, there was really great literature on how to study, which made learning really easy for myself and my friends.
And the thing is, I'm sure there are tons and tons of amazing human beings who are psychologists or psychiatrists.
But it's like, if you study that man is an animal and nothing more than that, and you basically have this fuckin' manual that has, what, 5,000 disorders in it, that you just bill your insurance company -- "Oh, you have PMS disorder, you have caffeine-addict disorder, you have mathematics disorder; here, take Prozac" -- what the fuck is that?
Beck once told a New York magazine writer that Scientology is "always the last question journalists ask." And when Danny Masterson, actor, DJ, restaurateur and second-generation Scientologist, appeared on our cover six years ago, the topic of his beliefs was tucked into a single paragraph toward the end of the story.
Reconnecting with Masterson last month, we asked if we could focus in on the religion -- "religious philosophy," as he calls it -- and why it works for him.