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Apr 19, 2006 12:36 am


First: Sit down in your desk chair.

Second: Slide desk chair back from your desk approximately 12 inches.

Third: Place wastebasket between your legs.

Fourth: Position elbows on your knees.

Now, you're ready:

A London newspaper reported, in a Tom Cruise interview, that he planned to "eat" the placenta when his baby is born. He stated, "the placenta is very nutritious." Note: his baby was born earlier today.

There was no comment from the Heinz Ketchup or A-1 Steaksauce companies. I imagine the delivery room was staffed with a doctor, an attending nurse, a five-star chef, and Tom sitting behind a plate wearing a bibb, with knife and fork in hand.


Apr 19, 2006 12:59 pm

Here's a great link for a good game poking fun at whack-job Tom and his brainwashed girlfriend.  It's a good laugh.

Apr 19, 2006 3:49 pm

I thought Christian Science preached Vegetarianism?

Apr 19, 2006 7:01 pm

What a wack-job he's become...I owe an apology to Nicole...I always figured she was the wacky I'm not so sure...

Love the website/game, BR...cracked me up...

Apr 19, 2006 7:42 pm

He's a nutcase.  I think a lot of celebs are, but he takes the cake.  He is the acting version of Jim Jones - He's got Katie asking where her kool-aid is.  Silent birth?  Give me a freakin' break!  What an idiot.

What happened to the days of Maverick and Cocktails when he wasn't a complete douchebag?  Next thing we know he'll be doing one of those black and white indy films where he flips a pancake repeatedly for 90 minutes in a frying pan and saying something in French every so often just to catch our attention. 

At least Mimi Rogers and Nicole Kidman didn't fall victim to his weird ways.  I digress.....

Apr 20, 2006 3:39 am

[quote=munytalks]I thought Christian Science preached Vegetarianism?[/quote]

He is not a Christian Scientist…he’s a member of the Church of Scientology founded by L Ron Hubbard of Dianetics fame.  Bunch of kooks.

Apr 20, 2006 2:16 pm

Sounds like a doggone cult to me…

Apr 20, 2006 2:23 pm

Pretty much.  They all drink kool-aid.