Sex, Sociology… and Tom’s Scientology
Current Wardrobe: strapless pink, magenta, silver, and black striped tube top, black skirt, and a pair of white bobby socks
I would do anything for a piece of chocolate right now. And regardless what some people may think, YES chocolate can make some people orgasm. I am a classic example. *raises hand*
Today I took my first Sociology exam. I scored a 92 on it. We also got the results back on the two quizzes we took earlier in the week and I aced both (I thought I did poorly on one but I got an A on it). Woohoo, I feel smart now. I missed one really easy question. I felt so stupid for missing the EASIEST answer on the test. And I KNEW I put it wrong as soon as I turned it in. The answer was “socialization”… so how could I miss that in sociology??? What in the world is wrong with me? Isn’t sociology all about socialization? I put “behaviorism” instead and was way wrong. Anyway at least I got an A- which is still pretty cool.
This afternoon I decided to do some research online on a subject I know absolutely nothing about. Scientology. I was just curious what exactly Tom Cruise has been fussing about. And with an open mind, I began to browse the net. What I found disturbed me to no end and for hours I researched the case of Lisa McPherson who died after 17 days of torture, including roaches eating her alive (there are documented court reports and autopsy photos). Anyway I’m not gonna go on and on about this but one thing really fucking disturbed me. The Church of Scientology has now made a “Lisa clause” that people must sign when joining their cult that says people agree that the church is allowed to take people AGAINST THEIR WILL for any INDEFINITE period of time and the people are signing away their freedom and will not sue in the event of injury and/or death. Who the HELL in their RIGHT MIND would sign that??? That’s like saying, “Yeah I allow you to kidnap me, tie me up to a bed without food or water for years and years or until I die and I promise my family won’t sue.”
Am I missing something?
Anyway on another more… positive note…