The reason Super Adventure Club members Scientologists believe that a woman in labor should "be silent and make all physical movements slow and understandable" has now been explained. According to Scientologist, Anne Archer, "shouting things like 'push, push'; can sometimes have an adverse effect later in life." On the baby. Just passing along public information. Meanwhile, Viacom still hasn't put South Park's "Trapped in the Closet" Scientology episode back into rotation. And Comedy Central still won't let Matt and Trey include an image of Muhammed on South Park, despite the fact that they have done it before. In the battle between religion and free speech, Viacom is against free speech.

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