Wednesday, June 20, 2007

"Scooby Doology"

Another demerit for scientology. John Travolta has expressed the opinion that psychotropic drugs are to blame for the Virginia Tech shootings. It has also been reported that Travolta is in denial about his son's autism, because scientology doesn't consider autism an illness for which treatment is appropriate. In the wake of Travolta's latest remark, one blogger is questioning whether scientology is worthy of its "logy" suffix:

There is absolutely no science to anything they do and the suffix “logy” denotes a field of study or academic discipline, which I swear to God does not apply to reading a bunch of fictionalized sci-fi books. Otherwise we would have an overwhelming amount of fake religions like “Hobitology,” “Scooby Doology,” or God save us from the redneck beliefs of “Hee Hawology.”

In my view, Scooby Doo compares favorably to L. Ron Hubbard. Maybe Travolta should give Scoobs a shot. Can't be any less rational than the g-d at whose alter he currently worships.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good for him! I give him a standing ovation for not letting the school system and a medical world, who advocate behavior modification drugs, which are one step from street drugs for our children (our future). He believes in a greater force GOD, to care for his child. If we don't fight for our children, who will? Leave it up to the medical world and the school system it will be SCI FI all around with our children walking around like Zombies high on perscribed drugs for Autism, ADHD, and ADHDD. Take time to reflect and go deeper before you judge someone else's faith!