Blog: Critical Q&A 154 - 2018-04-08

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F0.png Critical Q&A #154 April 8, 2018, Chris Shelton, Critical Thinker at Large

The weekly show where I answer viewer questions left for me in the comment sections of my Q&A videos or sent to me by email at AskChrisShelton@gmail.com. This week, the questions I answer are:

(1) I saw how much Tom Cruise made each of the last several years and I noticed something: his income, while high, goes up and down. Sometimes he might make $20 million and the next year it might be $15 million. As far as stats go, he is sometimes down stat. While this can be brushed off by Scientology, since he's a celebrity and the rules don't apply, if he is a serious Scientologist, how might he explain the fact that he is sometimes down stat? Shouldn't he be earning more and more money each year, in order to be "ethical?"

(2) You talked about word clearing and people looking up the definition of a word, but as we know not all dictionaries define words the same and, in fact, do this sometimes in an effort to catch copyright infringement. What is the "Scientology" approved dictionary? I also find this interesting because it's another process that LRH wasn't forward thinking with. I mean the word cab as defined in 1850 has a totally different definition then 1950. One was a horse drawn carriage the other a yellow car on the streets of NYC.