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Sassy
24th March 2011, 03:06 AM
A Pig??? :ohmy:

George Lopez may or may not be a fan of Kirstie Alley's dancing, but he's made clear his feelings on her body.

On "Lopez Tonight" Tuesday night, Lopez reviewed the first episode of the new season of "Dancing with the Stars." Alley, who has famously struggled with her weight, danced a roundly praised cha-cha performance to Cee Lo Green's "Forget You." Without commenting on her technique, Lopez criticized her physique.

"She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away," Lopez said, comparing Alley to a pig. "Before the show she went to the market, then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home," he continued before cutting to a video of a pig squealing, from a recent Geico commercial.

I have always loved Kirstie Alley as an actress, but this story is just not nice. Kirstie has battled her weight for years but she is a gorgeous woman, even at age 60. Yes, she's overweight right now but you have to give her major kudos for getting out there on Dancing with the Stars. She has a hot partner in Max, and will probably slim down nicely while doing the show. George Lopez is no prize himself!! :no:

LongTimeGone
24th March 2011, 03:21 AM
Hubbard said an alcoholic can't confront an empty glass.

It follows then that a foodaholic can't confront an empty plate.

I wonder if Scientology can help Kirstie with her lack of confront; perhaps she should ask them.

I so loved that woman in Cheers.

LTG

Bank Account Cleared
24th March 2011, 03:25 AM
Put the Scio blemishes aside, or when she's doing a PR gig.

She was/sorta still is beautiful. She's REALLY funny, outgoing, unpretentious, not narcissistic, and decent. When she was still with her ex-, who I don't believe was a Scio, he and she were known throughout Hollywood as having the best parties, and always being a place where you could go if you wanted to hide out or chill.

I will dance a jig when she waddles out of Scio.

(I won't guess how many zillions she's spent on diet auditing.)

R6Basic
24th March 2011, 03:26 AM
I do criticize Kristie Alley about her weight but only b/c she's OT (last I knew she was working thru OT 7) and can't control her own MEST.

but "OT abilities" aside I know what it's like to lose weight, then gain it back again and lose it "for the last time."

my struggle is on a much smaller scale then what Kriste has battled but still it isn't fun. I have found the easiest way to lose weight is never gain it in the first place.

Anyway, as a person Kriste does seem pretty cool. She paid for our whole staff to go to the Freewinds (we won the B-Day Game twice in a row). And I remember her sending us chocolates once ( I don't know what for).

I wonder what kind of real good she could do if she wasn't in the cult.

Arthur Dent
24th March 2011, 03:42 AM
I always thought judging scn. working by one's weight was a hidden standard by which scn. worked or didn't and really had nothing to do with whether scn. worked or didn't.

However, I have seen it happen at Flag that people who were overweight (and had wanted to handle it) were sent to ethics and made to continue on OT VII rather than having the hidden standard addressed or being given actual help for their weight. Not all weight issues are because of case or mental reasons. We all want to be or have something that we are not or don't have, at least from time to time.

I know Kristie is into her animals and rescues, as far as I know, and seems to me, from the very limited observations and encounters I have had with her, to be a very nice person.

I am sure, as she is a celeb. that she has "handlers" and is as isolated from the truth as they can possibly get her to be. My impression is that she tunes out all the negativity (aka truth) about scn. in order to continue to do it and focuses her attention on her own life.

I would love to be a fly on the wall when she and Travolta and Cruise finally have the big realization! ....if that ever happens.

xstaffWPB
24th March 2011, 03:47 AM
We all know scn is a scam. But, no matter what cult a person belongs to, it is rude to critisize a woman for her weight. I mean who gives a shit anyway? Critisize her all you want to being a Scn'gist (weren't we all Scn'gists at one time?) but shut up about her weight. Its stupid and rude to even comment on someone's body weight. Its the epitome of being shallow.

Bank Account Cleared
24th March 2011, 03:59 AM
http://www.forum.exscn.net/showthread.php?p=141918&highlight=letterman#post141918

LongTimeGone
24th March 2011, 04:15 AM
We all know scn is a scam. But, no matter what cult a person belongs to, it is rude to critisize a woman for her weight. I mean who gives a shit anyway? Critisize her all you want to being a Scn'gist (weren't we all Scn'gists at one time?) but shut up about her weight. Its stupid and rude to even comment on someone's body weight. Its the epitome of being shallow.

Oh please!!! She's the one who wants to lose weight; most people are just agreeing with her.

LTG

Infinite
24th March 2011, 04:52 AM
. . . <snip> . . . "She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away," Lopez said, comparing Alley to a pig. "Before the show she went to the market, then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home," he continued before cutting to a video of a pig squealing, from a recent Geico commercial . . . <snip> . . .

Anyone fronting for the cult in public is subject to derision. Perhaps that sounds harsh, but it is an effective method of negating their messages which lure people into the mind fuck and serves as an example to others who might wish to follow. Let it be known, far and wide: use your celebrity status to defend the cult in public and you will be mocked. Lopez is to be praised for daring to do so; many others have learned the hard way just how vicious the cult's response to criticism of its human "assets" can be.

Dukat
24th March 2011, 05:30 AM
:thumbsup:
Anyone fronting for the cult in public is subject to derision.


Team Lopez!

Jachs
24th March 2011, 06:02 AM
Rather than not criticise Kirsties weight, but i can get she is a Scn and easy to find something to have a dig at her for .

Id love to see a survivor RUNNING MAN type episode for a year with Moxon DM Tommy plus a few OSA int bots, with an SAS team hunting them down.

This below sound familiar.


By 2017, the global economy has collapsed and American society has become a totalitarian police state, censoring all cultural activity.

The government pacifies the populace by broadcasting a number of game shows in which convicted criminals fight for their lives, including the gladiator-style The Running Man, hosted by the ruthless Damon Killian, where “runners” attempt to evade “stalkers” and certain death for a chance to be pardoned and set free.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ceegnWSENQ

Smurf
24th March 2011, 08:24 AM
If you thought George Lopez was bad, check out Conan O'Brien. LOL.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4kQ3geHxDU&feature=player_embedded

Gottabrain
24th March 2011, 09:44 AM
Rather than not criticise Kirsties weight, but i can get she is a Scn and easy to find something to have a dig at her for .

Id love to see a survivor RUNNING MAN type episode for a year with Moxon DM Tommy plus a few OSA int bots, with an SAS team hunting them down.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ceegnWSENQ

Jachs99,

The original movie that Running Man was based on is SOO much better. It's called Rollerball. Rent it sometime - fantastic movie!

Lurker5
24th March 2011, 02:35 PM
A Pig??? :ohmy:

George Lopez may or may not be a fan of Kirstie Alley's dancing, but he's made clear his feelings on her body.

On "Lopez Tonight" Tuesday night, Lopez reviewed the first episode of the new season of "Dancing with the Stars." Alley, who has famously struggled with her weight, danced a roundly praised cha-cha performance to Cee Lo Green's "Forget You." Without commenting on her technique, Lopez criticized her physique.

"She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away," Lopez said, comparing Alley to a pig. "Before the show she went to the market, then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home," he continued before cutting to a video of a pig squealing, from a recent Geico commercial.

I have always loved Kirstie Alley as an actress, but this story is just not nice. Kirstie has battled her weight for years but she is a gorgeous woman, even at age 60. Yes, she's overweight right now but you have to give her major kudos for getting out there on Dancing with the Stars. She has a hot partner in Max, and will probably slim down nicely while doing the show. George Lopez is no prize himself!! :no:

I agree, Sas. And George Lopez should talk. He is the pig. I like Kirstie too - and she has battled her weight without losing her self-confidence. Good for her. However, I wish she would wake the fuck up and get the hell out of scno. Yo, Celebs - read the web ! ScnoCo$ is BAD BAD stuff ! If you care about others, the way THEY are treated (not being celebs), you would be HORRIFIED (I hope). (Or not, if you are all a bunch of narcissists, loving no one or anything but self - and that may be the case . . )

Kirstie did really well on Dancing. Really well - I was surprised - but then - no - not. :hmm: :lol:

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 03:04 PM
I do criticize Kristie Alley about her weight but only b/c she's OT (last I knew she was working thru OT 7) and can't control her own MEST.

<snip>.

Um, haven't you figured out yet that all Scn is bravo sierra? I get sick when I read Scn jargon. Please. Clear, OT is all crap. The only reason Blubbard kept adding levels was to keep raking in the cash. You actually believe there is such a thing as OT? and you believe anything Blubbard wrote? Why MEST, why not ETSM, why put "matter" in with energy space and time? Why do any of them go together?

I am quite happy unaffected by all this. Don't quite know why I return to the board, maybe it is to make fun of it. :D

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 03:08 PM
Rather than not criticise Kirsties weight, but i can get she is a Scn and easy to find something to have a dig at her for .

Id love to see a survivor RUNNING MAN type episode for a year with Moxon DM Tommy plus a few OSA int bots, with an SAS team hunting them down.

This below sound familiar.


By 2017, the global economy has collapsed and American society has become a totalitarian police state, censoring all cultural activity.

The government pacifies the populace by broadcasting a number of game shows in which convicted criminals fight for their lives, including the gladiator-style The Running Man, hosted by the ruthless Damon Killian, where “runners” attempt to evade “stalkers” and certain death for a chance to be pardoned and set free.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ceegnWSENQ

Gawd I hope you are not right. There are still voters in the USA mad as hell at the state of Washington, DC and they will not be silenced in 2012.

Ulf K. Maier
24th March 2011, 03:13 PM
if Kirstie's battle with the bulge is not hard evidence that there are no OT powers, then.. she should visit the opthalmologist, 'cos her eyes are outta whack, too.

I pity people like her.

Thrak
24th March 2011, 04:13 PM
Jachs99,

The original movie that Running Man was based on is SOO much better. It's called Rollerball. Rent it sometime - fantastic movie!

James Caan is da man.

Ulf K. Maier
24th March 2011, 05:36 PM
Gawd I hope you are not right. There are still voters in the USA mad as hell at the state of Washington, DC and they will not be silenced in 2012.

If "voting" is not the biggest scam ever, I'm the Pope.

olska
24th March 2011, 05:47 PM
Kirstie did really well on Dancing. Really well - I was surprised - but then - no - not. :hmm: :lol:

Ya, she did really well -- I thought her performace was much better than the skinny-minnies, her partner seemed to be enjoying it too. Lotsa points for full-figured women.

MrNobody
24th March 2011, 05:49 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JT22n6x7J0g

Somehow I just had the urge to post this video...

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 05:58 PM
If "voting" is not the biggest scam ever, I'm the Pope.

How do you explain the FACT that the US House of Representatives changed hands in a BIG WAY in 2010? Did voting not have SOMETHING to do with that??

Auditor's Toad
24th March 2011, 06:27 PM
I remember Kirstie Alley in the public course room at CC Int.

She was very down to earth and decent to be around - so much NOT like some really snotty, stuck up, better-than-thou 'celebs' around CC.

She had a big reputation but not a big ego.

Bank Account Cleared
24th March 2011, 07:24 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ImZTwYwCug


Hear that whirring sound? It's Martin Luther King, spinning in his grave.

Ulf K. Maier
24th March 2011, 08:39 PM
How do you explain the FACT that the US House of Representatives changed hands in a BIG WAY in 2010? Did voting not have SOMETHING to do with that??

If it floats your boat to believe that, please be my guest.

Please note that the Executive branch just rode roughshod over the House and the Senate in engaging (again) in its own little war. That's right, when bombs are being dropped over inhabited areas, this is called WAR. So much for the "will of the People".

I'm not particularly interested in explaining this supposed change. If events aren't enough, nothing I'd write would make any difference. Is it possible, seeing what the US has come to, that any American has faith in politicians? It couldn't be, could it?

I don't listen to what people say; but, I do watch what they do. Show how this "Democratic" administration is any different from the last "Republican" one. Did your government really "change hands"? Or is it just more of the same? Under which of the two administrations have you been better off?

elwood
24th March 2011, 08:42 PM
A Pig??? :ohmy:

George Lopez may or may not be a fan of Kirstie Alley's dancing, but he's made clear his feelings on her body.

On "Lopez Tonight" Tuesday night, Lopez reviewed the first episode of the new season of "Dancing with the Stars." Alley, who has famously struggled with her weight, danced a roundly praised cha-cha performance to Cee Lo Green's "Forget You." Without commenting on her technique, Lopez criticized her physique.

"She did a nice job, her little hooves tapping away," Lopez said, comparing Alley to a pig. "Before the show she went to the market, then she had roast beef, and this is her going all the way home," he continued before cutting to a video of a pig squealing, from a recent Geico commercial.

I have always loved Kirstie Alley as an actress, but this story is just not nice. Kirstie has battled her weight for years but she is a gorgeous woman, even at age 60. Yes, she's overweight right now but you have to give her major kudos for getting out there on Dancing with the Stars. She has a hot partner in Max, and will probably slim down nicely while doing the show. George Lopez is no prize himself!! :no:

I thought Kirstie looked pretty good, actually. She'll never get back to what she looked like in her 30s (none of us will), but she'll be OK. If she can keep it off.

Auditor's Toad
24th March 2011, 08:47 PM
Ulf, there is an old Southern saying :

' If their mouth is moving one way and their ass is moving another way. you best be watching which way that ass moves ! "

Ulf K. Maier
24th March 2011, 08:50 PM
Ulf, there is an old Southern saying :

' If their mouth is moving one way and their ass is moving another way. you best be watching which way that ass moves ! "

Damn' straight! :eyeroll:

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 09:35 PM
If it floats your boat to believe that, please be my guest.

Please note that the Executive branch just rode roughshod over the House and the Senate in engaging (again) in its own little war. That's right, when bombs are being dropped over inhabited areas, this is called WAR. So much for the "will of the People".

I'm not particularly interested in explaining this supposed change. If events aren't enough, nothing I'd write would make any difference. Is it possible, seeing what the US has come to, that any American has faith in politicians? It couldn't be, could it?

I don't listen to what people say; but, I do watch what they do. Show how this "Democratic" administration is any different from the last "Republican" one. Did your government really "change hands"? Or is it just more of the same? Under which of the two administrations have you been better off?

We have many elections coming up. What floats my boat is my faith in our history, and each election forward will make changes for the better. With your attitude, indeed America is a lost cause destined to crumble. But I, unlike you, have an eternal optimism that our system has the tools to correct itself.

For your information, George W Bush was indeed naive about mideast politics, but he kept our nation free of terrorist attacks his entire tenure. That idiot at Ft Hood happened under Obama's watch and that administration refused to acknowledge that it was the first terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11.

I again refuse to concede your point that the Bush admin was bad. It was only bad because it was Republican, and the media hammered it for 8 straight years never admitting all the good they did. If you have any courage, read "Decision Points," by
George W Bush. It is a very surprising read, refuting just about all the attacks on it. That man withstood more attacks both foreign and domestic than just about any other chief executive in our history. He was a very thoughtful, serious holder of that office. IF you have any interest in the TRUTH read that book. Bush did not counter all the crap thrown at him, he just plugged away at solving vexing problems. In gratitude he was handed shit on a steaming platter by Congress.

For your information, GW Bush tried for FIVE years to get Congress to act on the financial distaster which brought us down. By the end of his administration he had no choice but to put forward TARP (WHICH, by the way, has been paid back by the banks who recieved the largess.)

He tried to reform Social Security, only to be slapped down by a bunch of jackasses in congress. I have no love of Congress bud, in fact if I were king I would fire every one of their asses. But we have but one way to fix things, and that is the ballot box.

elwood
24th March 2011, 09:43 PM
We have many elections coming up. What floats my boat is my faith in our history, and each election forward will make changes for the better. With your attitude, indeed America is a lost cause destined to crumble. But I, unlike you, have an eternal optimism that our system has the tools to correct itself.

For your information, George W Bush was indeed naive about mideast politics, but he kept our nation free of terrorist attacks his entire tenure. That idiot at Ft Hood happened under Obama's watch and that administration refused to acknowledge that it was the first terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11.

I again refuse to concede your point that the Bush admin was bad. It was only bad because it was Republican, and the media hammered it for 8 straight years never admitting all the good they did. If you have any courage, read "Decision Points," by
George W Bush. It is a very surprising read, refuting just about all the attacks on it. That man withstood more attacks both foreign and domestic than just about any other chief executive in our history. He was a very thoughtful, serious holder of that office. IF you have any interest in the TRUTH read that book. Bush did not counter all the crap thrown at him, he just plugged away at solving vexing problems. In gratitude he was handed shit on a steaming platter by Congress.

For your information, GW Bush tried for FIVE years to get Congress to act on the financial distaster which brought us down. By the end of his administration he had no choice but to put forward TARP (WHICH, by the way, has been paid back by the banks who recieved the largess.)

He tried to reform Social Security, only to be slapped down by a bunch of jackasses in congress. I have no love of Congress bud, in fact if I were king I would fire every one of their asses. But we have but one way to fix things, and that is the ballot box.

What he said. Amen.

Ulf K. Maier
24th March 2011, 10:01 PM
Pro-Bush?

:footbullet:

I can't argue with such "logic". :surrender:

I thank God, every day, that I don't live in the US.

Enjoy the collapse and fall. There'll be lotsa :drama: in the meantime...

Lurker5
24th March 2011, 10:04 PM
Ulf, that really is an assinine thing to say - and what does any of that have to do with Kirstie? :threadjacked:

FoTi
24th March 2011, 10:04 PM
Jachs99,

The original movie that Running Man was based on is SOO much better. It's called Rollerball. Rent it sometime - fantastic movie!

:omg: I saw that back in '74 when I was new in Scientology. I hated that movie!!

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 10:20 PM
I have one more comment: Ulf I thank GOD every fucking day you are not a US citizen! You sound like a socialist European who has lived under the umbrella of US power and not lifted a finger in thanks. WE, unlike you, have patriots who are determined to set our country right. Pro-Bush? You may bet every Euro you have on that.



Pro-Bush?

:footbullet:

I can't argue with such "logic". :surrender:

I thank God, every day, that I don't live in the US.

Enjoy the collapse and fall. There'll be lotsa :drama: in the meantime...

Winston Smith
24th March 2011, 10:28 PM
I gather Kirstie is a good person. I wish she was not a scienoweenie, but I can not do anything about that. For those who are not afflicted by being overweight, it is not a simple mind over "matter" thing. Many times it is a very complex problem that has a multitude of causes. It is indeed a very sad thing for those afflicted; they want happiness like everyone else.

If anyone learns anything in this life, it should be to have some compassion. If you beautiful people suddenly had a shift in metabolism or a disease thrust upon you to cause obesity, perhaps you would then learn.

MrNobody
24th March 2011, 11:03 PM
I gather Kirstie is a good person. I wish she was not a scienoweenie, but I can not do anything about that. For those who are not afflicted by being overweight, it is not a simple mind over "matter" thing. Many times it is a very complex problem that has a multitude of causes. It is indeed a very sad thing for those afflicted; they want happiness like everyone else.

If anyone learns anything in this life, it should be to have some compassion. If you beautiful people suddenly had a shift in metabolism or a disease thrust upon you to cause obesity, perhaps you would then learn.

Here's a true story: From age 16 to 25, my standard weight was always around 52 Kilograms - give or take one or two, depending on natural weight changes. Yup, I was a natural lightweight.

Then MS really hit me unusually hard, I went into hospital for over 6 months, and I got a heavy cortisone therapy there. Result: I doubled my weight within the 1st couple of weeks, and tripled it during the rest of my hospital time.

Ever since then, I'm around 65-75 kG in healthy times, and up to close to 100 kG in not-so-healthy times. Once I had learned to accept that that fat-head staring at me from the mirror was me, I don't have any problems with my weight. The only PITA is having to be prepared for sudden weight changes which weighs heavy on my clothing budget.

So much about my weight, now on to Kirstie's: I don't think it's the issue at all. The issue is: her being OT and therefore being master over mass, energy, space, and time and even over her own body, which is what has been promised to her, but not (yet) delivered. If I were in her shoes, I would just demand my money back and be done with this cult.

I can't understand why a successful and (to at least some extent) intelligent woman would decide to stay with the cult and still support it. :confused2:

Ulf K. Maier
25th March 2011, 12:44 AM
I have one more comment: Ulf I thank GOD every fucking day you are not a US citizen! You sound like a socialist European who has lived under the umbrella of US power and not lifted a finger in thanks. WE, unlike you, have patriots who are determined to set our country right. Pro-Bush? You may bet every Euro you have on that.

I love the way you prove my point. Thank you.

Pour vous: Du haast

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=My0HQ0QkGLQ

smartone
25th March 2011, 12:59 AM
There's a girl at my ballroom who is overweight but she can move her body very seductively. She's a very good dancer.

I don't think being overweight has anything to do with being able to carry a tune and move with it.

It's whether you have core control which makes a good dancer.

Smurf
25th March 2011, 05:17 AM
Did anyone on the East Coast watch her on 'Jay Leno' tonight?

Sassy
25th March 2011, 06:14 AM
I love the way you prove my point. Thank you.

Pour vous: Du haast

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=My0HQ0QkGLQ

OMG one of THE BEST songs ever!!! :thumbsup: :coolwink: