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lunarspeak
11-26-2012, 15:50
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/11/26/star-two-and-half-men-angus-t-jones-urges-fans-to-stop-watching-calls-show/

he has is rights to be who he is but he is also a hypocrite for staying on the show if he thinks its filth

fnfalman
11-26-2012, 15:56
So, he doesn't mind getting paid while participating in this "filth"?

Intereting religious and personal beliefs.

427
11-26-2012, 15:58
If he believes what he's saying, what, exactly, is stopping the guy from quitting?

IceAxe
11-26-2012, 16:00
If he believes what he's saying, what, exactly, is stopping the guy from quitting?

a contract with CBS Television - which is perhaps why he's saying what he is in hopes the show gets cancelled

smokin762
11-26-2012, 16:01
So, he doesn't mind getting paid while participating in this "filth"?

Intereting religious and personal beliefs.

Maybe he is still there because of his contract. :dunno:

Calico Jack
11-26-2012, 16:01
If he believes what he's saying, what, exactly, is stopping the guy from quitting?

Probably a contract.

smokin762
11-26-2012, 16:02
Wow! that was close timing. :rofl::rofl:

TBO
11-26-2012, 16:02
His role has been diminished, all but gone.
I think he's seen the handwriting on the wall and is taking his shot while we still know who he is.

jmho

Hines57
11-26-2012, 16:03
That show is still on?

Gun Shark
11-26-2012, 16:04
That show is still on?

Yes, Ashton kitchen took Charlie Sheens spot.


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Kilrain
11-26-2012, 16:06
Well, if it's his contract that's "forcing" him to stay on a show he personally considers filth, then I reckon' the courage of his convictions only goes as far as opening or closing his wallet.......

:dunno:

tsmo1066
11-26-2012, 16:08
There's no such thing as bad publicity. :whistling:

I'll bet the Producer is LOVING this!

John Rambo
11-26-2012, 16:09
So, he doesn't mind getting paid while participating in this "filth"?

Intereting religious and personal beliefs.

Must be a Roman Catholic.

427
11-26-2012, 16:12
Maybe there is a clause that might allow one or both parties to, (I can't think of the legal term) to break/nullify it without a big fight - like charlie.

HollowHead
11-26-2012, 16:16
Must be a Roman Catholic.

As someone who was baptized into, raised under and educated by the RC church, I :rofl::rofl::rofl:! HH

jpa
11-26-2012, 16:27
Must be a Roman Catholic.

If you actually read the article, he's a 7th Day Adventist. I guess it's hard to make a crack about an obscure religious group and have it be as funny as a larger, more mainstream target.

He hates the show so much until the check hits his bank account. Maybe they should write him out of the remaining episodes of his year contract so he doesn't make diddly per episode.

HollowHead
11-26-2012, 16:34
This reminds me about the parents and the kid who starred in the film with Bruce Willis where the kid can see and talk to the dead. His parents were so appalled by the script yet put him in it, collected the contract and wouldn't let the kid see it or see it themselves because of "religious convictions." HH

fnfalman
11-26-2012, 16:39
Maybe he is still there because of his contract. :dunno:

He's been on the show for close to ten years now. You telling me that he couldn't simply not renew after the first or second contract was over?

Or buy his way out of a contract? He sure made enough dough.

smokin762
11-26-2012, 16:48
He's been on the show for close to ten years now. You telling me that he couldn't simply not renew after the first or second contract was over?

Or buy his way out of a contract? He sure made enough dough.

There has to be some reason why he doesn’t just quit. I would think after Charlie’s little stunt they might have thrown in some stuff in all the contracts when they were renewed that wasn't in all the actor's favor. I would think they would want to put a stop to any further problems.

Gallium
11-26-2012, 16:50
He's been on the show for close to ten years now. You telling me that he couldn't simply not renew after the first or second contract was over?

Or buy his way out of a contract? He sure made enough dough.


He just found the lord, and yes, it's estimated his salary is $350k/ episode.

cangler
11-26-2012, 16:53
Agreed, the show is filth!

GLWyandotte
11-26-2012, 16:54
The show is filth.
Funny filth, but really one of the few show I don't allow my kids to watch.

smokin762
11-26-2012, 16:58
Agreed, the show is filth!


This show is no different than any other show. I don’t like most of the crap on T.V. But hey, I have a remote and I can change that. :supergrin:

janice6
11-26-2012, 16:59
I guess it's time to do as "Charlie" stated many episodes ago. Jake has to go to military school now, he is adding nothing to the show.

FILTH LIVES!!!.

ColdSteelNail
11-26-2012, 16:59
The filth is not as good as it was when Charlie Sheen was on board.

fnfalman
11-26-2012, 17:00
I like filthy chicks. Not hippy dirty filthy but filthy filthy.

inthefrey
11-26-2012, 17:01
If he believes what he's saying, what, exactly, is stopping the guy from quitting?

$$,$$$ per episode I would think.:rofl:

Lone Wolf8634
11-26-2012, 17:02
:upeyes:

His religious convictions obviously don't mean diddlysquat. He's still making episodes and cashing his checks while ****-talking the show. So he's a hypocrite and a bad employee.

If your convictions have you so all fired riled up... quit making it and take whatever repercussions come your way. That would be more along the line of WWJD!

How come it is.. when you make $350K an episode "the Lord wants you to be there for another year"? :rofl:

Anyone, besides me, wanna tell this twerp to STFU?

ETA: Of course its filthy. It's crude, rude and full of gutter humor. THATS WHY IT IS SO SUCCESSFUL! Dimwit.

nmk
11-26-2012, 17:06
ETA: Of course its filthy. It's crude, rude and full of gutter humor. THATS WHY IT IS SO SUCCESSFUL! Dimwit.

Apparently he's as dumb as his character on the show.

G26S239
11-26-2012, 17:24
I saw this elsewhere. I consider the show crap myself but this is ridiculous. In white guilt libtard fashion he mentioned how he wanted to find a black church :upeyes: I bet that black minister that he did the interview with likes the money even better than bagging a celebrity. I suspect his (Angus) guilt will not prevent him from keeping his ill gotten gains. At least those ill gotten gaindsw the church does not get.

ithaca_deerslayer
11-26-2012, 17:31
Cool, I was looking for a filthy show to watch. Hope this one is as good as the kid says it is :)

Glocksanity
11-26-2012, 17:32
But can he prove God exists?

bobtheelf
11-26-2012, 17:34
I didn't have to find god to know that...

norton
11-26-2012, 17:40
He's a kid who grew up on the show. He really doesn't know anything else.
Lets see where he is 10 years from now. That will tell you if he's had a change of heart.

jame
11-26-2012, 17:50
He's a kid who grew up on the show. He really doesn't know anything else.
Lets see where he is 10 years from now. That will tell you if he's had a change of heart.

+1
Anyone with a new found, heartfelt belief tends to scream his new convictions from the mountain tops. That includes the "born agains" as well as the "Ron Paulbots". Charlie had the same (although different) new found epiphany.

How a person behaves after the new enlightenment is the true new man.

We'll see.

ChuteTheMall
11-26-2012, 17:58
“I am under contract for another year so it is not too much of a decision on my part. I know God has me there for a reason for another year.”

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/11/26/star-two-and-half-men-angus-t-jones-urges-fans-to-stop-watching-calls-show/#ixzz2DNaIF6W4



If he believes what he's saying, what, exactly, is stopping the guy from quitting?

Did you have a problem understanding the article?

Must be a Roman Catholic.

Did you have a problem understanding the article?

He's been on the show for close to ten years now. You telling me that he couldn't simply not renew after the first or second contract was over?


Did you have a problem understanding the article?

I thought it was rather simple:
He recently changed his mind, while under contractual obligations for another year.


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RustyL
11-26-2012, 18:12
If a church was paying you 350k per week, bi monthly, monthly, wouldn't you attend? :whistling:

Phaze5ive
11-26-2012, 18:16
I hope they ****can him. Also, I would think most shows have clauses in their contracts that says you can't badmouth the show, reveal info, etc. Hopefully they can use that to recover some of that "filthy" money he's stuffing his pockets with.

*ASH*
11-26-2012, 18:27
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/cat-jump-fail.gif

countrygun
11-26-2012, 18:30
I hope they ****can him. Also, I would think most shows have clauses in their contracts that says you can't badmouth the show, reveal info, etc. Hopefully they can use that to recover some of that "filthy" money he's stuffing his pockets with.

That'll teach folks what happens to people who live up to a contract and yet have the audacity to be honest about their beliefs. Those are two things we just can't have in this society.:upeyes:

Thumpernator
11-26-2012, 18:46
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/cat-jump-fail.gif

That's funnier the more you watch it. :rofl:

Andy123
11-26-2012, 18:49
Hmmm, he "found" God. I wonder if he kept him, or forgot where he put him last???

*ASH*
11-26-2012, 18:51
That's funnier the more you watch it. :rofl:

:rofl: i know , i have to watch every few days , it always gets me to laugh .

DoubleWide
11-26-2012, 18:57
Take an episode's pay and hire a lawyer. If you can't get out for religious reasons, you ain't trying hard enough.

GAFinch
11-26-2012, 19:21
He's been on the show for close to ten years now. You telling me that he couldn't simply not renew after the first or second contract was over?

Or buy his way out of a contract? He sure made enough dough.

He's 19 years old.

He's right, the show is filth.

jtull7
11-26-2012, 19:27
He's a little worm. And his "church" is a nutball POS. I have never seen the show.

stevelyn
11-26-2012, 19:31
The little **** apparently dosen't have a clue as to how lucky he is to be getting such a large paycheck.

cgwahl
11-26-2012, 20:43
If I recall correctly, he's one of the highest paid kids on TV. He probably hasn't left the show because he is under contract.

NEOH212
11-26-2012, 20:47
2& a half men star finds god and says show is filth

And he finally saw the light and is speaking the truth. Good for him.

:cool:

Foxterriermom
11-26-2012, 20:50
I hope they ****can him. Also, I would think most shows have clauses in their contracts that says you can't badmouth the show, reveal info, etc.

This may well be his intention. Maybe he has already reviewed the contract and hasn't found a way a to get out of it so he is trying force them to can him as his way out.

Ruggles
11-26-2012, 20:52
That's funnier the more you watch it. :rofl:

:rofl:

That would be me if a camera followed me around all day. :rofl:

HollowHead
11-26-2012, 21:07
He's trying to walk away from a promise, a committment and a legal contract. The reason(s) are irrelevant and speak poorly of his character. HH

tantrix
11-26-2012, 21:17
It sure is filth...but only because they won't get rid of him and Kutcher and bring back Charlie.

ChuteTheMall
11-26-2012, 21:18
He's trying to walk away from a promise, a committment and a legal contract. The reason(s) are irrelevant and speak poorly of his character. HH

Actually, you might want to read the article before commenting on it.

He stated he will complete his contract.



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HollowHead
11-26-2012, 21:23
Actually, you might want to read the article before commenting on it.

He stated he will complete his contract.



His public spewing while still under contract is what I was referring to. It's like badmouthing your spouse while still agreeing, "...till death do us part." HH

TK-421
11-26-2012, 22:06
The show was amusing when it first started, but it quickly got old. Now this kid is just trying to bring more publicity to the show, since it's ratings are waning. Stupid kid is stupid. If you don't want to be part of the show, then figure out a way to break the contract. However, I bet money trumps religious beliefs with him.

r3dot
11-26-2012, 22:10
He's a kid who grew up on the show. He really doesn't know anything else.
Lets see where he is 10 years from now. That will tell you if he's had a change of heart.

He'll be another Kirk Cameron.

His acting is awful, and with this public cry, he just threw any chances of future roles out the window. Maybe hallmark will hire him for a Christian movie.


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HollowHead
11-26-2012, 22:17
Maybe hallmark will hire him for a Christian movie.


Damn, wasn't he in those "Left Behind" fiascos? HH

Halojumper
11-26-2012, 22:46
The filth is not as good as it was when Charlie Sheen was on board.

Yeah, it's lame filth now (at least it was when I stopped watching it)

tantrix
11-26-2012, 22:53
He'll be another Kirk Cameron.

His acting is awful, and with this public cry, he just threw any chances of future roles out the window. Maybe hallmark will hire him for a Christian movie.


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You're probably right...he just dug himself a pretty big hole.

Halojumper
11-26-2012, 22:54
:upeyes:

His religious convictions obviously don't mean diddlysquat. He's still making episodes and cashing his checks while ****-talking the show. So he's a hypocrite and a bad employee.

If your convictions have you so all fired riled up... quit making it and take whatever repercussions come your way. That would be more along the line of WWJD!

How come it is.. when you make $350K an episode "the Lord wants you to be there for another year"? :rofl:

Anyone, besides me, wanna tell this twerp to STFU?

ETA: Of course its filthy. It's crude, rude and full of gutter humor. THATS WHY IT IS SO SUCCESSFUL! Dimwit.

He's also the suckest person on the show. He was somewhat funny when he was a little kid, but he's just an annoying brat teenager now.

And, it does seem to be worse than it was before. I think since they don't have the actual Charlie Harper (which was actually clever humor), they are trying to go overboard on Charlie Harper-ness and overdoing it hoping it'll make up for the fact that it's not really him. It's not working.

NeverMore1701
11-26-2012, 22:55
If it would ease his troubled soul, I'll take care of the rest of his contract (and collect the paycheck).

HollowHead
11-26-2012, 23:02
If it would ease his troubled soul, I'll take care of the rest of his contract (and collect the paycheck).

"And if the Lord Jesus wants me to drive his Ferrari, I will drive the Lord's Ferrari." -Jim Bakker

HH

CAcop
11-27-2012, 00:11
He'll be another Kirk Cameron.

His acting is awful, and with this public cry, he just threw any chances of future roles out the window. Maybe hallmark will hire him for a Christian movie.


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I was going to say he reminds me of Kirk Cameron.

If he did well with his money he should be able to finace his own movies. Not that he will be able to make Tom Cruise money but he will pump out religious based movies. This is probably a ploy to prep the deeply religious offended by mainstream Hollywood.

Andy W
11-27-2012, 00:14
It's time for Two & a Half Men to go. I watched the first few episdoes after Charlie left and quit watching after that. It's just not the same anymore. The show is just dragging on now and it needs a mercy killing.

janice6
11-27-2012, 00:36
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/cat-jump-fail.gif


YES, excellent!

9jeeps
11-27-2012, 01:00
The series serves a purpose of placating an audience of those who can only fantasize of the scenarios portrayed in a lite porn show. The Actors are empty vessels spilling words other people have written for them. Lighten up on the actors. They work for the money like anyone else.

It's their call when they finally look beyond the crap and decide to follow their own morals.
If the kid gets religion. It's no skin off of any ones arse but his own. He's only 19 and a lot changes in kids that age. See Military people. See college students.

See some ones view but your own just this once.

The show is not funny and jumped the shark long before Charlie.

goldenlight
11-27-2012, 01:21
Wow, what an idiot. He must think he can get another job as easily as Charlie Sheen.

He should keep his big mouth shut, until the gravy train he's been on pulls out of the station. If he invested the money he's made, he could live on it the rest of his life... if he was smart.

I'm thinking he's probably not that smart.

tantrix
11-27-2012, 01:40
Wow, what an idiot. He must think he can get another job as easily as Charlie Sheen.

Apparently once he hit puberty his ego swelled to the point where he forgot that Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer together made that series what it was, not him. Hell, he could have been written out of the series long ago and nobody would have even cared.

Gun Shark
11-27-2012, 03:11
Apparently once he hit puberty his ego swelled to the point where he forgot that Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer together made that series what it was, not him. Hell, he could have been written out of the series long ago and nobody would have even cared.

The show is called Two and a Half Men for a reason.


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A'boy
11-27-2012, 04:00
He'll be another Kirk Cameron.

His acting is awful, and with this public cry, he just threw any chances of future roles out the window. Maybe hallmark will hire him for a Christian movie.


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That's exactly what I was thinking, this generation's Kirk Cameron.

Psychman
11-27-2012, 05:01
I think he should be more concerned that the show is simply not that funny anymore without Charlie Sheen. I don't think he needs to worry as I really can't see this show going on for much longer. Oh, and if he is that opposed to the show, I think he should at least donate his salary to worthy causes.

Baba Louie
11-27-2012, 05:34
From the fox link
Two or three years ago my parents started have marital issues and started to go through the process of getting a divorce.Money does not buy happiness and can in fact cause problems. A.Jones is now having issues with the role his parents cast him into, he did a fine job of acting the role during that time, I see no problems with his spiritual awakening now that he's older.

The show has made a lot of people a whole lot of money, serious money. He is correct in that it is filth oriented. It was funny and pushed the envelope too far at times (IMO, but who cares what I think?).

I wish him well in his future career choices, whatever they may be. Hope he survives his parents divorce and that they aren't the type of parents who used him and drained all of his finances (via their attornies).

Nothing wrong with finding God and speaking out. Nothing wrong with honoring your contract even tho you take umbrage. He is an actor and should be able to deal with it and play the role till contract expires.

Good for him. Hope he goes on to college and/or achieves whatever goals he sets out as he becomes a Man.

Lowjiber
11-27-2012, 05:46
I'm a religious guy. However, there's nothing worse IMHO than someone who just "got religion" and all-of-a-sudden gets piously, hypocritical of others who do the same things he's done for years. Not to mention a considerable salary while doing it.

Pathetic.

ithaca_deerslayer
11-27-2012, 06:38
I'm a religious guy. However, there's nothing worse IMHO than someone who just "got religion" and all-of-a-sudden gets piously, hypocritical of others who do the same things he's done for years. Not to mention a considerable salary while doing it.

Pathetic.

That, and what is wrong with a show about a rich guy never really growing up and always trying to get hot chicks?

We are laughing at the main character.

certifiedfunds
11-27-2012, 06:43
As someone who was baptized into, raised under and educated by the RC church, I :rofl::rofl::rofl:! HH

Same here! :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Dave.1
11-27-2012, 08:35
So, he doesn't mind getting paid while participating in this "filth"?

Intereting religious and personal beliefs.

Sounds like most of the church goers that I know.

As far as I can tell, that's the purpose of organized religion, to reconcile the teachings of the religion with daily life. In many religions the path to heaven, enlightenment, unity with God etc requires things that people just don't want to do. Like give up worldly pursuits. The churches take their money and tell them how to act in order to be rewarded with what they want from the religion without giving up too much of their daily comforts.

"Everybody wants to go to heaven, nobody wants to die."

Dave

ICARRY2
11-27-2012, 08:41
I wonder how much money the church is trying to sucker out of him?

2bgop
11-27-2012, 09:14
I loved the show before Charlie left, I haven't watched more than 10 minutes of any of the new ones.

The kid can leave anything, the hasn't been funny for a few years now. I also suspect he will donate all the filthy money to charity, you can't have it infect your clean money.

fnfalman
11-27-2012, 09:29
Did you have a problem understanding the article?

I thought it was rather simple:
He recently changed his mind, while under contractual obligations for another year.


He can buy his way out of a contract. Do you have a problem with understanding how a contract work?

mixflip
11-27-2012, 10:34
$350,000 and episode? Thats every week right?

If he was smart he would not shoot himself in the foot. He could wage a covert guerrilla warfare style fight against sin from inside the industry. Money is power.

That evil money can be converted into good things like buying food the starving, books for kids and it could finance missions etc etc.

With the flow of money gone he will just be another Kirk Cameron. A washed up actor that nobody cares about anymore and has little influence on the world.

Money = alot of influence.

nmk
11-27-2012, 10:35
$350,000 and episode? Thats every week right?

If he was smart he would not shoot himself in the foot and wage a covert guerrilla warfare style fight against sin from the inside the industry. Money is power.

With the flow of money gone he will just be another Kirk Cameron.


Bingo. Obsolete.

ChuteTheMall
11-27-2012, 19:40
He can buy his way out of a contract. Do you have a problem with understanding how a contract work?

I didn't see any reference in the article to a possible buy-out clause in his contract, but maybe you have some special knowledge beyond the facts in evidence?

You aren't the only one here who is reading between the lines, inserting what he hopes to see.

I don't watch the show, so all I know is what is actually written in the linked article; it clearly establishes his intention to honor the remainder of the contract.

TBO
11-27-2012, 22:16
It's unclear how Jones' comments could affect the show in the long run, but sources close to production told CNN that Jones will not appear (http://marquee.blogs.cnn.com/2012/11/27/angus-jones-wont-be-in-next-two-men-episodes/) in either of the two remaining episodes that the CBS sitcom will shoot before going on holiday break. The sources said both of the episodes were written well in advance of Jones' video confession, which whipped around the Web on Monday.:cool:

countrygun
11-27-2012, 22:57
He can buy his way out of a contract. Do you have a problem with understanding how a contract work?

Like Chute said, do you have any other special knowledge of how his contract was written, and what clauses are in it, that you would like to share?

tantrix
11-27-2012, 23:00
Like Chute said, do you have any other special knowledge of how his contract was written, and what clauses are in it, that you would like to share?

Well, it may be a contract...but what I think fnfalman was hinting at is that they can't force him to act. If he wants to just up and quit, he can...but it will likely cost him $$ like most contracts do if you back out early.

countrygun
11-27-2012, 23:12
Well, it may be a contract...but what I think fnfalman was hinting at is that they can't force him to act. If he wants to just up and quit, he can...but it will likely cost him $$ like most contracts do if you back out early.

to quote TBO's post,

Quote:



It's unclear how Jones' comments could affect the show in the long run, but sources close to production told CNN that Jones will not appear in either of the two remaining episodes that the CBS sitcom will shoot before going on holiday break. The sources said both of the episodes were written well in advance of Jones' video confession, which whipped around the Web on Monday.

fnfalman
11-28-2012, 08:50
I didn't see any reference in the article to a possible buy-out clause in his contract, but maybe you have some special knowledge beyond the facts in evidence?

You aren't the only one here who is reading between the lines, inserting what he hopes to see.

I don't watch the show, so all I know is what is actually written in the linked article; it clearly establishes his intention to honor the remainder of the contract.

There's always a buy-out clause in the contract. Any contract.

His intention to honor the contract is probably driven by the $350K/episode.:rofl: So much for personal integrity and belief.

fnfalman
11-28-2012, 08:52
Like Chute said, do you have any other special knowledge of how his contract was written, and what clauses are in it, that you would like to share?

I don't have special knowledge in this particular contract, but there's always buy-out/punitive cost clauses in any contract.

If he were to quit tomorrow, what's going to happen? Is the Feds going to arrest him and put him in jail?

Nope. He can either pay his way out of a contract or get sued in a civil lawsuit and pay out of his pocket to compensate the studio.

TheExplorer
11-28-2012, 08:54
Just a publicity stunt for the next contract negotiation. Next you'll be reading is he was offered $400k an episode to stay.

Ironbar
11-28-2012, 08:57
The great part is, once the show is over, that dumbash won't see another acting job again. He can probably live off the residuals from reruns and DVD releases.

Adjuster
11-28-2012, 08:58
He has been all over the entertainment news since yesterday back peddling like crazy.


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fnfalman
11-28-2012, 09:00
Just a publicity stunt for the next contract negotiation. Next you'll be reading is he was offered $400k an episode to stay.

Methinks you've got it.

scccdoc
11-28-2012, 09:06
I wonder how much money the church is trying to sucker out of him?

Te church evidently had helped him realize the moral path he was chasing, therefore it is not in the church's best interest financially to encourage that statement. Since then, he has backtracked. Sad, really............. DOC

rednoved
11-28-2012, 09:40
I haven't watch the show in a while. It seemed like his role was getting smaller and smaller.

BSA70
11-28-2012, 11:00
Is the 7th day adventist church a cult? I remember growing up in the 70's there was a real small church. As kids we were told to stay away from them and they were looked at as an oddity. Kind of like scientology. But it was a different world back then.

Since this hit the news, it peaked my interest enough to google. They really did not seem too out of line. They abide by some stringent rules but all the other doctrine looks ok. Of course, I was just skimming the web site.....

inthefrey
11-28-2012, 11:03
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e332/KK_Koala/cat-jump-fail.gif

Initial trajectory was correct. Loss of traction on primary boosters - pilot error blamed = insufficient thrust/traction to propell mass along desired flight plan due to slick surface. Too late to abort launch!
I wonder if the cat survived? Looks like it was a good ways to the ground!!

If pilot survived, required reading...
http://www.calctool.org/CALC/phys/newtonian/projectile