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Thursday Inbox: The Hollywood Scientology Center invites you over for the playoffs
19 January 2012, 8:39 pm
By Rick Chandler


[From Sarah Sprague] For many years, the Hollywood Scientology Celebrity Centre has put on brunches (supposedly where Tom Cruise introduced Will Smith to his friends) on Sundays for their outreach, so when this flyer showed up in my mailbox I was a little surprised. Football? I cannot recall the Celebrity Centre hosting an event for…

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Oh, the charming comments by the Scientologists!

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gabbagabbaheyhey - Jan 19, 2012 at 8:44 PM

    it’s not as far removed as you think, MANY people think FOOTBALL is a religion. ;) I think I’ll be there for the free chow;) Who knows, might learn something while I’m there too!
     
   
tishakisses - Jan 19, 2012 at 8:46 PM

    I’ve always been fascinated with the Scientology Celebrity center. I see it from the freeway, and I have a friend whose husband performed there, along with a string of other cultural singers. She’s actually a devout Catholic. Apparently she and her crew worked with the Celebrity Center in order to produce the concert. This is an event I’d wanna check out, as I love a sports-focused event that you can enjoy with a community of other enthusiasts. 
   
     elreymessi - Jan 19, 2012 at 8:50 PM

    Sounds like good fun…besides, the property is gorgeous. I saw my little cousin perform there a few months back and contrary to my expectations, there was no proselytizing
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