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Web Froth

February 8, 2011

If you missed it yesterday, there is a new (very scathing) expose on The Church of Scientology in New Yorker magazine.  It’s fascinating stuff.  Director Paul Haggis has defected from the controversial church, and is prominently featured in the post.  It is a lengthy read that further alleges physical and mental abuse within the church.  John Travolta, Tom Cruise, Kirstie Alley, and a slew of other celebrities follow the whacked out religion. New Yorker

Is Lea Michelle’s new Cosmo cover too risque?  I don’t really think so, it is pretty much in line with most of their covers. EW Pop Watch

Katy Perry’s boobs guest starred on How I Met Your Mother last night. Celebuzz

OMG you must see this photo of Russell Brand when he was a young lad.  Heinous.  Film Drunk

Karma’s a bitch.  A rooster at a cockfight stabbed and killed a man.  For reals. Gawker

Keith Olbermann has landed a new gig. Pop Eater

Super cute new Oscar promos with Anne Hathaway and James Franco. Just Jared

The best super bowl ads.  Pop Candy

Awesome tweets about how bad The Black Eyed Peas were at the Super Bowl. Pop Hangover

Some rather unfortunate looking photos of Alexander Skargard jogging. WWTDD


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One Response to “ Web Froth ”

  1. Louanne on February 8, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    The New Yorker turned tabloid now, actually worse. They started spreading outright lies, something that can be often noted when observing anti-scientology rants. One example: The New Yorker press release and Lawrence Wright’s profile on Paul Haggis, “Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology,” released Monday, reported on an alleged federal investigation. The New Yorker was well aware the Church knew nothing of the investigation but had refuted the same claims based on a case already thrown out by a Federal Court Judge. Nonetheless, The New Yorker irresponsibly used the same sources who were discredited in the dismissed case to claim an “investigation” so as to garner headlines for an otherwise stale article containing nothing but rehashed unfounded allegations.
    Allan Lengel, a former Washington Post reporter who writes for AOL News on federal law enforcement matters, filed this late today in a breaking story on Wright’s allegations: “The author cites two sources in the FBI who ‘assured me that the case remains open.’ However, a federal law enforcement source told AOL News the investigation has fallen short and no criminal charges are expected to be filed.” Click here for the article:
    Obviously, this contradicts what Wright wrote in The New Yorker. If you published Wright’s account, this contradiction should be made known to your viewers and/or readers.