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sheikurbouti - 2008-09-22

Tavis' look at 2:14

Joey The Cobra - 2008-09-22

Did he just say he believed in alchemy?

dementomstie - 2008-09-22

damn it. I'm twelve.

buttnutt - 2008-09-22

That's where lemonade came from, you didn't know?

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-09-22

Man, the Super Explorer's Club isn't gonna let him go anytime soon.

Dirtchamber - 2008-09-22

After watching this, I sincerely hope a marathon runner challenges him to a treadmill endurance race.

SecretJunk - 2008-09-22

I'm hoping Tom Cruise will take him on. And just for fun, Kirstie Alley

dementomstie - 2008-09-22

Wait, did Will Smith just say that he believes that alchemists actually were/are able to turn lead into gold?

Frank Rizzo - 2008-09-22

I watched this whole thing and didnt hear any scientology jargon

granted, he is owned by scientology but I still didnt hear any jargon. Maybe I missed the jargon

jargon? JARGON!!!!!!

Mad Struggle - 2008-09-22

The 'being at effect' (at 1:28) line is the only dead giveaway to scientology.

Also: Hooray for my first video that made it past the hopper.

Dinky Patterson - 2008-09-22

How long have you been trying?

Frank Rizzo - 2008-09-22

wow, almost all my submissions get past the hopper. With the exception of the secret of NIMH (still bitter) and 2 or 3 random stupid videos of cats and people hurting themselves.

maybe you should stop submitting crap? Jargon.... JARG ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dinky Patterson - 2008-09-22

Sometimes I miss the arbitrary days of the hopper when you could get over +20 votes and still not make onto the front page, and then watch some other piece of crap make it out with +3 votes and get one starred off the front page.

Mad Struggle - 2008-09-22

I think this is my third video submitted, I always get beaten to the punch by you guys.

Also Frank: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/jargon

IrishWhiskey - 2008-09-22

I've met this guy a few times. Very nice, great with kids.

But being constantly surrounded by sycophants and fame would mess with most people's minds. There's a reason Scientology is based in Hollywood.

Dinky Patterson - 2008-09-22

You could ruin his day by pretending not to recognize him.

dueserpenti - 2008-09-22

When Smith talks about alchemy, he's speaking in the metaphorical way. The lemonade thing is actually a good analogy to spiritual alchemy. This doesn't come across as crazy to me at all, actually. A little intense, but way saner than Tom Cruise.

CornOnTheCabre - 2008-09-22

i kept expecting wendell yuponces tuba to play near the end of this

lordpotato - 2008-09-22

It would make sense if you read the book. Don't worry, it's short and easy for you.

Maggot Brain - 2008-09-23

Did he just say that we are magic?

Hooper_X - 2008-09-23

He's a little nutty, but he's not Tom Cruise nutty. He also seems like way way way less of a prick than Cruise.

socialist_hentai - 2008-09-23

"It's not mumbo-jumbo..." nope... definitely not, also they could turn lead into gold... yup they use to do that... all the time...

Enjoy - 2008-09-23

If you missed it, the Scientology is his ability to force his will on the universe just by having a strong desire to force his will on the universe. Think of it as the opposite of zen philosphy. Instead of understanding the world and reacting to it, you gain supernatural powers to control the world. It's a big steaming pile of crap if not the most immature, rediculous, and worthless philosophy ever thought up.

Enjoy - 2008-09-23

A further thought: the logical ends to the Scientology is that you eventually really can control the universe. This includes changing the weather (yes they believe that) or turning lead into gold or whatever you desire. It's Ultimate Arrogance and makes people end up looking like a whack job as they buy into this stupidity (i.e. Tom Cruise).

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-09-30

Man oh man I cannot wait until he starts flipping out in public as his ego grows.

Hooker - 2008-09-23

That seemed like just a standard, pretentious interview.

Koda Maja - 2008-09-23

I want to represent...magic.

This truly is going to be the Willennium.

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