Ellen, you’re a fucking disgrace for enabling this cult rapist on your show… just read some of his victims testimony and consider what you did… shame on you!
‘Everything she says is right!’ Ashton Kutcher reveals how wife Mila Kunis chose name for their son Dimitri
Ashton Kutcher sat down with Ellen DeGeneres in an interview to air Monday and revealed how his wife Mila Kunis wears the pants in their marriage.
The actor, who is promoting his new Netflix comedy The Ranch, told the chat show host how the Black Swan star was the one how named their son born last November.
The 39-year-old recounted how Mila, 33, told him on a date night: ‘So I think Donald Trump is going to win the presidency and I think our baby’s name is Dimitri.’
‘She called it… so that’s it,’ he added. ‘She’s my wife – everything she says is right.’
Sharing: Ashton Kutcher taped an interview with Ellen DeGeneres to air Monday in which he spoke about how his wife Mila Kunis chose the name for their second child, son Dimitri
Married with children: The 39-year-old recounted how Mila, 33, told him on a date night: ‘So I think Donald Trump is going to win the presidency and I think our baby’s name is Dimitri’
Ashton and Mila first met when they were both cast in hit sitcom That 70s Show. They didn’t start dating, though, until 2012, announcing their engagement in February 2014.
In between, the Iowa-born actor had been married to Demi Moore from 2005 to 2013, while Mila, who was born in Ukraine, had a relationship with Macauley Culkin from 2002 to late 2010.
They welcomed their daughter Wyatt in October 2014 and Ashton said the toddler absolutely dotes on her new baby brother.
‘She loves this baby maybe more than me,’ he told Ellen.
Knows his place: ‘She’s my wife – everything she says is right,’ Ashton quipped during his chat with Ellen
Publicity tour: The actor is promoting his new Netflix comedy The Ranch
During his chat show appearance, he was also joined by his former That 70s Show co-star Danny Masterson who now stars with him in The Ranch.
The pair donned cow costumes to play a game of Heads Up!
In The Ranch, Ashton plays a failed semi-pro footballer who returns home to his family’s Colorado ranch to help his brother Rooster (Masterson) and dad (Sam Elliot) with the family business.
Reunited: During his chat show appearance, Ashton was also joined by his former That 70s Show co-star Danny Masterson who now stars with him in The Ranch
Funny: The pair donned cow costumes to play a game of Heads Up!
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4461674/Ashton-Kutcher-reveals-Mila-Kunis-chose-son.html#ixzz4ftgpLQ5Y
… testimony from his victims can be read at the links below
Jaden Smith and his thetans….
….he dances with them, too
Jaden Smith’s old hair!
Child of the moon people, Jaden Smith, went full Jaden Smith on all the drugs yesterday by carrying around his chopped-off dreads like a purse at the Meth Gala last night. “Okay, that’s even kind of fucked-up for us,” said the Olsens who have probably made clutches out of the pubes of the Romanian virgins they have lured back to their lair.
Jaden’s dad, Will Smith, cut off his dreadlocks on Facebook last month, and I figured that immediately afterward he threw his hair into a bonfire as Tom Cruise, John Travolta, Jenna Elfman and Kristie Alley danced around it while chanting to L. Ron Hubbard during some kind of Scientology ceremony. But Jaden didn’t burnt it and since he’s so different and so edgy, he accessorized his Met Gala look last night with a bouquet of his hair. Jaden probably thought that he did something so new, but I’m pretty sure that at least one serial killer carried around the hair of their victims and I’m sure they did it long before artsy Baby Groot did.
Jaden’s cut-off dreads weren’t really an accessory. When the Supreme Court Justice of Fashun, Andre Leon Talley, asked him about his old hair, Jaden said that he brought it as his date because his sister couldn’t make it. Great, now all the edgy kids are going to start bringing their cut-off hair as their date to prom. And I really want to see video of Jaden whispering Doctor Strange quotes into his “date” as he fed it spoonfuls of the soup that was served.
— Valerie Kulchikhina (@v_kulchikhina) May 2, 2017
If you’re ewww-ing at Jaden’s old hair, don’t, because it’s not even close to being the most tragic accessory he brought with him last night. That title goes to those grills. And I love Jaden’s cut-off hair date, and mostly because he’s sort of making fun of the Met Gala (even if he didn’t mean to) and I bet that made Anna Wintour internally rage.
Mayor Tomás Regalado Opens New Miami Scientology Center Alongside Chief David Miscavige
Church of Scientology’s new Miami headquarters.
Courtesy of the Church of Scientology
If there’s one issue Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado has staked his career on, it’s unwavering opposition to the human rights abuses in communist Cuba. The same goes for former GOP Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart.
So it’s more than a little jarring that both Regalado and Diaz-Balart spent Saturday enthusiastically opening a Miami megacenter for Scientology, a religion with well-documented claims of serious human rights abuses. The pair even shared a stage with David Miscavige, the church’s chief, who has been accused of violently beating followers and is the subject of regular gruesome claims in an ongoing A&E series.
“To me, the Church of Scientology is very simple. You learn, you work, you think positive and you help people,” Regalado said, according to Scientology’s official website. “For that, and many another reasons, you are a good fit for our city.”
The church doesn’t say exactly where its new center is located other than “north Coconut Grove,” but city property records show Scientologists — who have long run a storefront operation on Giralda Avenue in Coral Gables — bought a $7 million building at 2230 S. Dixie Hwy. five years ago. The building looks similar to the one in photos taken at the opening event.
Scientology, for the uninitiated, is a religion founded by pulp-science-fiction author L. Ron Hubbard and based on the idea that humans are actually “thetans,” spirits trapped here by an ancient alien race. Here’s a good writeup of some of the church’s core beliefs by the New York Times:
“The planet Earth, formerly called Teegeeack, was part of a confederation of planets under the leadership of a despot ruler named Xenu,” said Hubbard, who was a best-selling science fiction writer before he became the prophet of a new religion. To suppress a rebellion, Xenu tricked the confederations into coming in for fake income tax investigations. Billions of thetans were taken to Teegeeack (you remember: Earth), “where they were dropped into volcanoes and then blown up with hydrogen bombs.”
Of course, plenty of religions seem bizarre from the outside. More disturbing are allegations that Scientology is closer to a cult or a Ponzi scheme that violently intimidates followers to stay in the church and turn over much of their wealth.
Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart and Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado with Church of Scientology leader David Miscavige (center).
Courtesy of the Church of Scientology
The German government refuses to recognize Scientology as a religion and accuses it of abuse. In his book Going Clear, Pulitzer-winning author Lawrence Wright documents decades of iron-fisted rule by its leaders, including Miscavige, who allegedly locked up dissenters, beat them, and separated them from their families. In fact, the New York Times writes, there’s an eerie parallel between the church and another totalitarian system:
The closest institutional parallel would be the Communist Party in its heyday: the ruthless struggles for power, the show trials and forced confessions (often false); the paranoia (often justified); the determination to control its members’ lives completely (the key difference, you will recall, between authoritarian and totalitarian regimes, according to the onetime American ambassador to the United Nations Jeane Kirkpatrick); the maintenance of something close to prison camps where dissenters, would-be defectors and power-struggle rivals were incarcerated in deplorable conditions for years and punished if they tried to escape; what the book describes as mysterious deaths and disappearances.
(The church has spent years declaiming Wright’s book. It also disputes the allegations by former member Leah Remini, the force behind A&E’s series Scientology and the Aftermath and calls her a “has-been actress” and “obnoxious, spiteful ex-Scientologist.”)
Given the similarities pointed out by the Times, Regalado and Diaz-Balart’s appearance at the opening ceremony is especially curious. Get a load of Diaz-Balart’s statements, as recounted by the Scientology website:
“When I went to speak with your Human Rights Division, you didn’t say, ‘We want you to help us.’ You asked, ‘How can we help?’” Diaz Balart said. “Your work is not just theoretical. It’s real — very real. And I have heard back from those who suffer the brutality of oppression, that the materials you distribute are ‘like a breath of fresh air.’ Inherent in every human being is the need to be free. We all need freedom just as much as we need air to breathe. And your church and your programs greatly contribute to breathing freedom into people’s lives.”
Contrast that sentiment with Wright’s reporting, which detailed disturbing allegations such as routine beatings, forced divorces, separations from family members, and even “the Hole”: a double-wide trailer parked in remote California where dozens of dissenters were allegedly locked away without beds or furniture and subjected to cold group showers.Regalado, meanwhile, noted, “Miami is a gateway to the American dream. And you have now opened those gates by transforming a cold, sterile building into a vibrant center.”
Neither Regalado nor Diaz-Balart immediately responded to a phone call and email from New Times seeking comment on their appearance at the center’s opening. Update: In an interview with New Times, Regalado defended his appearance at the speech and said he welcomes Scientology to Miami.
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