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Brad Pitt: Fine After Fender Bender

Brad Pitt: Fine After Fender Bender

Brad Pitt looks like he’s back to normal after his motorcycle accident the other day as he’s spotted on Monday (October 26) in Studio City, Calif.

While reports differ on what happened yesterday, we do know that the 45-year-old Inglourious Basterds actor was in an accident after losing his balance on his bike. Brad played it safe, wore a helmet, and appears to be just fine – despite a few minor cuts and scrapes. Glad he’s okay!

Looks like Brad tipped the valet 20 bucks! Brad drove off in a black Chevrolet Camaro.

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  1. 126
    groundcontrol Says:

    claire @ 10/26/2009 at 9:00 pm
    Please take this garbage back to where you came from. Your post is insane. If I had to guess who was on drugs I would suspect you were.
    When will people get off this canard. There is no evidence whatsoever that Angelina Jolie uses drugs. In fact, all the evidence points to no drug use at all since before her adoption of Maddix.
    I get it. Many of these female Angelina Jolie haters have serious medical issues and psychological issues (try visiting their sites where they bemoan all their ailments). It must kill them to see a healthy and happy and productive Angelina Jolie. But life is often unfair. Just deal with it. Trying to tear down other women will not make your life better.
    Oh, and take your meds.

  2. 127
    karen Says:

    JP fans we really need to post some fanfics.. That crap above looks like it was written by a fool.. awww yeah that makes sense.. these fools could not write a great story if we gave them the book..

    JP fans have written some of the best stories ever..

    I am sure the haters and fools have save them. Reading and fantasizing about the Brange.. Wishing they could change places with Brad or Angie.. Yeah they are major hot together..

    there has NEVER been the likes of them (Brad/Angie).. and there will never be their match..

    NO ONE can cause fools to loose their minds the way these wonderful people do. And all they have to do is walk out their door..

    Yeah the POWER OF THE BRANGE..

  3. 128
    an oldie Says:

    Tom Cruise and Scientology: A Very French Kiss
    By Tony Ortega in Featured, Scientology
    Wednesday, Aug. 5 2009 @ 6:43PM

    One Day One Destiny – Tom Cruise (FR English subs) from Sic Transit on Vimeo.
    A tip of the hat to Wise Beard Man, Mark Bunker, for bringing this French television documentary to our attention. “One Day One Destiny” is a fascinating look at Tom Cruise and his history in Scientology.

    Remember that video of a crazed-looking Cruise explaining how only Scientologists can help at a car accident? Well, here’s some eye-opening context for that video, and plenty of other background on the star that few others have put together so well.

    Scientology watchers will appreciate the terrific interviews with Marc Headley, Karen Pressley, Bruce Hines and other former Scientologists who watched Cruise become Scientology leader David Miscavige’s special project.


  4. 129
    the real Lou Says:

    # 119 claire @ 10/26/2009 at 9:00 pm….ROTFLMAO! This has to be one of the worst pieces of fiction I have EVER read on this site.Besides being the WORST speller EVER… this “Claire” person is batsh*t crazy.

  5. 130
    Mi Nayme Iz Braad Says:

    Just saw the video……Bwaaaaaaaaahaaaaaa… A little advise…..Either stay off of motorcycles Brad, or get a pair of training wheels…….you look so foolish….and so do his brain damaged delusional defenders.

  6. 131
    an oldie Says:

    Tom Cruise Lured Back Into Scientology By Man The Church Now Says Was “Demoted” And A “Lunatic”
    By Tony Ortega in Featured, Scientology
    Monday, Jun. 22 2009 @ 11:46AM
    Today, the St. Petersburg Times unveiled part two of its devastating series on David Miscavige, diminutive leader of Scientology.

    An indication of how much this series is hitting Scientology to the bone: rare and vehement denunciations by Miscavige himself, and by his spokesman, the clearly in-over-his-head Tommy Davis, son of actress Anne Archer.

    The St. Pete Times series packs a punch because it’s based on interviews with two of the formerly most high-ranking figures in the church: Marty Rathbun, once considered the best “auditor” in the Hubbard technology game, and Mike Rinder, once the church’s top spokesman (and Davis’s predecessor).

    Predictably, Scientology is hitting back by trying to smear the two of them. If they were once the most trusted, most powerful members of the church, now suddenly they are lunatic losers who can’t be trusted.

    Jason Beghe, the actor we have written about since his stunning defection from Scientology a year ago, phoned us this morning to help put in context what the church is claiming about Rathbun in particular.

    The Times reporters, for example, were told by church officials that Rathbun had been “demoted” in 2003 for “masquerading as an ethics officer,” whatever that means. Davis, meanwhile, calls Rathbun a “lunatic.”

    Beghe asks: if Rathbun was “demoted” and a lunatic, why did Miscavige give Rathbun one of the most important tasks in Scientology’s recent history – luring Tom Cruise back into the church?

    “Tom had essentially disconnected from the church for the previous ten years. Most people don’t know that,” Beghe says. “So if Marty was a lunatic, why would Miscavige give him the job to bring Tom back in, the most important job in the church at that time?”

    Beghe says this occurred about four years ago, which would be well after Rathbun’s supposed “demotion.”

    Beghe says that he and Cruise were working with Rathbun at the same time at the Celebrity Centre in Los Angeles. “While I was in session with Marty, Tom was in the waiting room. And vice versa.”

    “While Marty was auditing Tom, I was the other pre-clear being audited by Marty, who was considered the best auditor on the planet. Do you think Miscavige would send a lunatic to get his top prospect back in the fold?”

    “Tommy Davis at that point was an up-and-comer. He was also Tom Cruise’s handler,” Beghe says. “I spent hours and hours with Tommy Davis and Marty Rathbun together. And I can tell you something, I swear to God. That kid’s voice went up an octave when he was around Marty. He fawned on him like Marty was a demigod. He idolized him. Marty was the epitome of what a Sea Org member was supposed to be. And now they’re making out that he was demoted? It’s bullshit.”

  7. 132
    Pokeman Says:

    # 132 Mi Nayme Iz Braad @ 10/26/2009 at 9:29 pm

    don’t laugh too hard. you might get into a huge accident while driving some where tomorrow. Unless you are a 12 year old then you don’t need to worry.

  8. 133
    bdj Says:

    Jen takes 2 percent responsibility. Happy now troll.

  9. 134
    Queen bee Says:

    By Katey Rich:

    2009-10-26 15:25:05

    Last week might have been a bad week to pick for kicking off Oscar coverage, not because of a lack of things to talk about, but because there’s not much to report that’s changed since then. One movie once thought of as an Oscar contender, Amelia, has opened and failed miserably with both critics and moviegoers. But I had seen Amelia by the time I wrote last week’s column, which is why Hilary Swank and the film were both sitting pretty far away from the strong contenders.
    So the only thing remotely Oscar-related that’s happened in the last week is the announcement that Ricky Gervais will be hosting the Golden Globes, which doesn’t affect the race at all, just the likelihood that people will pay attention to the awards. What does that leave us to talk about then? Well, there’s a lot to explore with the movies that have come out thus far this year, and based on the comments I got on last week’s piece, there’s one movie already in release that you guys want to talk about badly: Inglourious ********.
    Last week I ranked it as “Still in the Running” for Best Picture, right next to titles like Julie & Julia and The Road (and, er, Amelia), though I’m much more optimistic about the chances of Christoph Waltz being nominated as Best Supporting Actor (there’s pretty much no way he won’t get in). And even though the only other nominations I see possible in the main categories are supporting actress for either MELENIE LAURENT (maybe) or DIANE KRUGER (probably not), there are a lot of other places I can see IB fitting in– Best Original Screenplay for QUENTIN TARANTINO seems pretty possible (he won it for Pulp Fiction, remember), Best Costume or Makeup for those gorgeous period costumes, and who knows, maybe Best Editing, though that category usually gets taken up with action movies or whatever the Best Picture flavor of the week is.
    Before you accuse of me of hating on your favorite movie, bear in mind that INGLOURIOUS BA STERDS is likely to wind up my list of the best of the year. I’m just doing my best, as with all these predictions, to figure out what the Academy– a notoriously capricious, weird, and old-fashioned bunch– will shine their light upon at the end of the year. And INGLOURIOUS BA STERDS, despite largely overwhelming critical praise, will find a lot of detractors offended by the violence or the historical revisionism, or even people sick of Tarantino and his smarty-pants style. It’s not the same climate as Pulp Fiction anymore, with some new whiz kid coming out of the indie world and creating a sensation. TARANTINO is established now, and whether or not it’s true, he has a lot more to prove.

    So while CHRISTOPH WALTZ has his nomination locked up– his performance is stunning no matter what you think about the rest of the film, and the field is weak overall– the rest of ******** has a lot of work to do. The Weinstein Company has committed to a serious awards push, with plans to send out a massive amount of screener DVDs and campaign for just about anyone imaginable, and it’s been proven time and time again that money can go a long way toward a nomination. Plus, as more and more awards favorites either pull an Amelia or debut with a whimper rather than a bang (Bright Star, A Serious Man), ********’ popularity with audiences may linger even longer with voters.
    I’m actually moving BA STERDS up a notch on the list, having thought about it a little here, and sending Amelia to the back. Other small changes have been made in various categories and noted here and there. Next week we’ll take a look at the screenplays, both original and adapted, and see what else has changed in the meantime. See you then!


    As I noted, I’m basically discounting Amelia and moving up ******** a bit, but everything else is staying basically the same. Nothing has come out that merits a change.

  10. 135
    the real Lou Says:

    Glad to see Brad out and about.A few scratches… but other than that he looks fine.Haters really need to get a grip.This was a minor accident… YET they are twisting like pretzels to make it a big deal.

  11. 136
    bdj Says:

    The troll takes 100% for lame insults.

  12. 137
    an oldie Says:

    Scientology’s Leader a Sadistic Slapper, Say Top-Level Defectors: St. Pete Times
    By Tony Ortega in Featured, Scientology
    Sunday, Jun. 21 2009 @ 8:30AM
    From the special series at the St. Petersburg Times
    Over the past few months, actor and Scientology-defector Jason Beghe has been hinting to us that two absolutely top-level officials who had recently escaped the church’s clutches were about to unload on their former supreme leader, David Miscavige.

    This morning, the first installment on that project was unveiled, and it is stunning.

    For decades, Marty Rathbun and Mike Rinder were two of the highest-ranking members of Scientology, with plenty of access to Miscavige, who muscled his way to the top after founder L. Ron Hubbard’s death in 1984. Journalists who cover the church have long known that Rathbun and Rinder were among a small group with access to some of Scientology’s most important secrets — like how Miscavige convinced the IRS to throw in the towel in 1991 and restore Scientology’s tax-exempt status, for example, or what really happened in the strange death of church member Lisa McPherson at a church-owned hotel in 1995.

    It was surprising enough to hear that in the past few years, both Rathbun and Rinder had left Scientology. But now, both of them and other high-level defectors are speaking out for the first time on those issues to veteran journalists on the Scientology beat, Joe Childs and Thomas C. Tobin of the St. Petersburg Times.

    (The St. Pete Times has long been a great source for stories on Scientology — the paper’s coverage area includes the town of Clearwater, Florida, which Scientology virtually took over in the 1970s when Hubbard grew tired of running things from a boat and wanted a land base. Scientology’s two centers of power are in Clearwater and in Southern California.)

    As recently as 2007, in a BBC special, Rinder was seen denying rumors that Miscavige — who is supposed to be the worldwide leader of a religion based on the ethical treatment of human beings — actually maintains order by physically beating his staff, including high-ranking managers like Rinder himself.

    Now, Rinder is out and telling the St. Pete Times that he lied in that BBC special. It’s true, he says, that Miscavige is a terror, slapping and beating and humiliating his employees.

    Some spiritual leader.

    Today’s article is just the first of three — the other parts will appear tomorrow and Tuesday — and it’s accompanied by a fine video that features Rathbun speaking with what appears to be utter credibility. (If you’ve seen current Scientology spokesman, Tommy Davis, then you know what the opposite looks like.)

    When the Times asked for responses from Scientology, the organization did something many of us have been pointing out for many years: that if you join the church, from day one Scientology starts building a file on you as you are compelled to admit to errors and ethical lapses (whether true or not). As a matter of course, Scientology spokesmen have denied that these files are created so that the material can be used to discredit people who defect.

    Of course, that’s exactly what Scientology did in this case. For each of the defectors speaking for the St. Pete Times project, the church has mined their personal files in an attempt to smear them. Not only is that shocking behavior for a “religion,” it turns out to be transparently ridiculous and makes Scientology look worse. The Times reporters do a brilliant job giving the church its say, but also provide real facts to deflect the attempts to damage Rathbun and Rinder and the others.

    How huge is this blow to Scientology? The writers themselves come up with an apt parallel. They say that Rathbun and Rinder dishing on Miscavige is something like Haldeman and Erlichman coming clean about their boss.

    Yes, a “religion” run the way Richard Nixon ran his White House. That’s a comparison we can get behind.

  13. 138
    hag Says:

    hey brad, looking sezzzeee!! he has that big smile cause he got SATISFIED by his angie baby last night!! whooo, whoop!!

  14. 139
    an oldie Says:

    Scientology Gets Its Ass Kicked In the Desert
    By Tony Ortega in Featured, Scientology
    Friday, Mar. 13 2009 @ 11:14AM

    [Tommy Davis on the hot seat, from KESQ]

    SEE UPDATE, after the jump.

    Wise Beard Man tipped us recently that KESQ, a local television station in Palm Springs, California, has put together a pretty terrific 5-part investigation of Scientology.

    Why Palm Springs? Well, one of Scientology’s stranger facilities is located in the California desert, well away from the prying eyes of big-town journalists. For years, the Hubbard cabal in Hemet, California has been able to push around local politicians and law enforcement, convincing them, for example, that protesters at the desert site should be jailed for things like random Usenet posts.

    So it’s encouraging that even out in the middle of nowhere, Scientology can’t escape a thorough drubbing by an alert media.

    Our favorite part, naturally, was the episode in which a KESQ reporter made reference to the Voice as he was grilling one of our favorite Scientology tools, Tommy Davis, a church spokesman and son of actress Anne Archer.

    KESQ’s Nathan Baca asked Davis, “Somebody from the Village Voice apparently said the Church of Scientology is about ‘ridding the body of space alien parasites.’ And your reaction then and now is exactly to that claim?”

    Davis answered, “You know, here’s the thing. There are outrageous claims out there on the Internet about what Scientologists believe.”

    Very clever response, Tommy. Yes, the stuff Scientologists believe is pretty outrageous, and it is plastered all over the Internet. Davis, with that answer, is implying that the “outrageous” material isn’t true, but of course, it is true. Because the stuff we at the Voice, and many others, have written over many years regarding the actual beliefs of Scientologists is based on court records and other sources of L. Ron Hubbard’s own writings.

    But here comes the best part. Davis himself then asserts that the “easiest and most transparent way” to learn about Scientology is “through L. Ron Hubbard’s books and lectures.”

    Baca’s ready for that, and he whips out one of Hubbard’s many arcane and very stupid manuals about space aliens and federations of planets and counseling tomatoes, and whatever.

    “I can stop you,” Davis says. “I’m familiar with the material. I think what you’re getting at is the confidential scriptures of the Church.”

    But Baca won’t be dissuaded: “Is this not about the fundamentals of your belief?”

    And here comes the classic Scientology dodge. Davis says that discussing the beliefs of his church is offensive: “For you to talk to me, you as somebody who is not a Scientologist to talk to me about what my beliefs are or to ask me to explain any core religious belief, that’s an offensive concept. Nobody should ever be asked to do that.”

    No, certainly not! After all, a Christian would be deeply offended if you asked him about this ‘Jesus’ fellow. And who would ever think it appropriate to question the spokesman of a religion about the core beliefs of his faith? Oh, the rudeness!

    Look, we’ve said it many times, and we’ll say it again: Scientology should never be treated as a legitimate faith by local governments as long as it insists on charging people hundreds of thousands of dollars before telling them the most basic, most fundamental of its core beliefs.

    Christians aren’t shy about telling you that believing in Jesus will get you everlasting life. Jews aren’t reticent about telling you that they have a special compact with God. Muslims, well, they are a bit touchy about Mohammed, but what more is there to understand about Islam than a total devotion to an all-powerful Allah? The rest, in every case, is just detail, and if you really want the rest, all you need to do is spend a few bucks for a used Bible or Koran at your local thrift store. And of course, it goes without saying that you don’t have to believe any of them.

    Scientology wants a small fortune before telling you that your body is crawling with invisible space-alien parasites, and that L. Ron Hubbard discovered the only way to get rid of them, by holding onto a couple of soup cans connected to a sweat-meter while being grilled about your most embarrassing secrets.

    Sounds like loads of fun. And it’s utter bullshit, of course. But too often, Americans who are squeamish about religion in general buy into the idea that Scientology somehow shouldn’t have to explain itself, even as it impoverishes the gullible.

    So congratulations to KESQ for calling Tommy Davis on that nonsense.

    UPDATE: From the comments, a classic Scientology response: “The religious practices of Scientology are primarily the auditing process wherein a spiritual being is guided by a trained auditor in various processes to better his spiritual condition.”

    Why are Scientologists afraid to be a little more specific, as in, “The religious practices of Scientology are primarily the auditing process wherein a spiritual being pays tens of thousands of dollars per spiritual level to be interrogated by a trained auditor about his most privately-held secrets in order to find the things holding back his spiritual condition, things which our most highly-esteemed leader tell us are actually the disembodied souls of ancient space aliens, as laid out in our leader’s sacred texts, which may not be altered or negated in any way.”

    Why, Scientologists, why? Why can’t you just own up to that the way people of other faiths are happy to tell about the origin stories and arcana of their own belief systems?

    Oh, are you afraid it might be tough to get those high prices if people knew what they were getting into on the front end of the deal?

    Just asking.

  15. 140
    Queen bee Says:


    I enjoy seeing Jills comments on this site, and if you think YOU, “personal LIABILITY” ….(or whatiever your mis-begotten name is) think that yoiu are going to bully a trusted Jolie-Pitt fan on this blog without getting your cCRUSTY-BIG-NOSED-HOMLEY-HAG-LOVING A SS KICKED by its users, YOU GOT ANOTHER THINK COMING!!!!!!

  16. 141
    Angelina is finally free? Says:

    @DJF: that’s the filler he had put in his face.

  17. 142
    an oldie Says:

    Scientologist Reveals “Psychiatry” Made Osama Do 9/11
    By Roy Edroso in 9/11, Featured, Scientology, WTF?
    Wednesday, Feb. 4 2009 @ 2:39PM

    Update: Original video pulled, here’s a clean version.

    What was really behind 9/11? Now it can be told, at least by Scientologists: psychiatry.

    It should comes as no shock that Scientologists, who think psychiatry is behind all the great wrongs of the world from the Middle Ages forward, would also cause terrorism. Still, it’s just perverse to blame psychiatry for 9/11. But that’s what Dave Figueroa, president of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (founded by the Church of Scientology), does in this video clip from Xenu TV.

    “To take a person who’s very religious,” says Figuero, “and turn them into a killing machine against their will… you need something behind that, you need something fairly powerful. And psychiatrists employ drugs and conditioning techniques in order to change people from what they normally would be into killing machines. And the terrorist factions that we hear about on TV, behind those individual acts of mayhem, you find psychiatrists, psychologists, and their drugs.”

    The host asks about Ayman al-Zawahiri, a prominent Al-Qaeda lieutenant, whom Figueroa says “was the force behind” bin Laden. The important thing about al-Zawahiri, says Figuero, is that “he’s a psychiatrist.” (No one’s proven that he has that certification, but presumably in the caves of Afghanistan unlicensed practitioners also qualify.)

    He further says that though bin Laden has become the “poster child for terrorism… his whole thought patterns and his entire viewpoint was changed by Zawahiri. And whatever types of drugs that Zawahiri used to make that change in bin Laden we don’t know.” But, he adds, “we know that there was a real change in that guy’s attitude,” which is our favorite line in the whole thing.

    As to whether Zawahiri is “100 percent the person behind 9/11 or not, I don’t know if we’re ever gonna know,” but “that ideology of terror was coming from bin Laden” — who, we are reminded, “was influenced by a psychiatrist.”

    The host prods Figueroa to further explain the causes of terrorism, giving him an opening to mention the well-known, timeless forces of ideology and religion. But Figueroa sticks with “psychiatric drugs,” among which he includes the amphetamines used by Kamikaze pilots in World War II. (Presumably psychiatry is also responsible for long-distance truck driving and Ted Haggard.)

    Some other guy briefly appears to emphasize that Zawahiri is a psychiatrist and the “guy who runs” bin Laden, and the host offers you a pamphlet from which you may learn more. But you don’t need a pamphlet to get the message: if you’re depressed or anxious, don’t go to a shrink or you may wake up with the blood of 2,752 New Yorkers on your hands.

  18. 143
    the real Lou Says:

    # 137 Personal responsibility @ 10/26/2009 at 9:39 pm ….Typical for a hater to go all racist…because that is exactly what that “ham hock” crack was.

  19. 144
    Angelina is finally free? Says:

    ONE TWO THREE @ 10/26/2009 at 8:07 pm

    Poor Angelina being stuck with old Bald Pitt.

    Read more:
    according to Brad pitt fans, Angelina is finally free. this means we’ll get pre brad Angelina. From when she was hot and happy and didn’t have to take full blame for a grown mans actions. YIPPIEE! Can’t wait to see Angie back. she was living in hell for almost 5 years, ya know! Brad’s fans think he’s so special but one look at Angelina wasting away and you see he’s more trouble than he’s worth. FREE ANGELINA!

  20. 145
    payroll bloggers Says:

    bdj @ 10/26/2009 at 7:32 pm

    Personal responsibility
    Better tell X17. They state that after being cut off by a Pap, BP lost his balance. Why oh why can’t t he paps call a summit and get their stories straight. It was an accident troll. Sh*it happens. However, if you live to see another day, be thankful and move on.
    Brad Pitt pays X17 exclusive photos and motorcylce pix to lie for him.

  21. 146
    zen2 Says:

    Glad to see him well. Thanks lord!

  22. 147
    HAGS 2% personal responsibilit Says:


    …Rumours abound that the most famous DUMPEE in the world is hedging for a talk-show from the BIG-O!!!….I guess that’s cause she’s exhausted her Film career possibilities by co-starring with DOGS, C-List actors and posing NAKED on magazine covers!!! HEHEHE!!!

  23. 148
    bdj Says:

    I thought Jen and Huvane had a deal with X17 to photograph her daily walkabouts on her lame rom com crapfest sets. Baster, Bounty Hunter, He is not into your whiny ass, Mis-management. All recorded on a daily basis and posted by our dear Just Jared. Jen sure showed acting range. Flip hair, walk, flip hair, stop, hide face with hair, walk, etc etc.

  24. 149
    Angelina is finally free? Says:

    Queen bee @ 10/26/2009 at 7:47 pm

    BREAKING NEWS!!!! ……( or yet ANOTHER shameless way of promoting an upcomming project by mentioning either Brad Pitt or Angelina’s name in an interview!!)…


    ROSIE O’DONNELL did the Howard Stern show today and said that she and Angelina traded phone calls and were supposed to go out to dinner, but it never ended up happening…


    Rosie then said ….”….I still have dreams about her (Angelina)…”…


    whether you’re gay or not…don’t we ALL?….(swoon)…..

    Read more:

    I love this! But it only further proves the fact that Angelina has horrible taste in men and women but especially women. Remember that fat housewife looking lesbian she hooked up with ? Flynet papz broke that story.

  25. 150
    personal DUMPABILITY Says:


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