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Clams trying to win $50K for CLC

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    the clams are looking to scam $50K "50 thousand dollars" in a Pepsi contest
    Its for the WLC Community Learning Center in Clearwater
    CLC Clambot Holly Haggerty Is promoting it on facebook
    http://www.refresheverything.com/communitylearningcenter

    they claim the building needs a new roof
    1) does the building need a new roof
    2) does it cost $50K "50 thousand dollars" to slap some shingles on this tiny shack
    I fear the answer is a Big FAT NO

    heres the fudgepack page for the CLC
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Community-Learning-Center/192962104064081

    here you can see they are abusing the voting process

    clcw.png

    Holly Haggerty
    http://www.xenu-directory.net/documents/corporate/person.php?person_id=603
    Joy Gendusa
    http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/j/joy-gendusa.html

    CLC is dba World Literacy Crusade
    Alfreddie Johnson
    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/threads/alfreddie-johnson-and-the-nation-of-islam.78240/
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  2. Anonymous Member

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  4. Anonymous Member

    Is it a clam school?
  5. Triumph Member

    yes.
    Applied Scholastics and Study Tech and the cult promotes it
    it Doing Business AS "World Literacy Crusade"

    the answer you seek Is in the OP
  6. Anonymous Member

    Then hell no. Pepsi must be informed. The money can come from one of David Miscavige's secret accounts in the Cayman Islands.
  7. Triumph Member

    Maybe a Flordianon can chime in on ,If the Building even needs a roof..

    some photos on flickr
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7490927@N03/

    looks like its had extensive remodeling since the property was purchased in 2008

    the first thing you would do Is make sure the roof was OK...before you dump massive amounts of money remodeling a structure..

    looks like the clams have it backassward...

    looks like the building has a terracotta tile roof...those tend to cost big $$$ but will last 100 years

    clam scam...use others accounts and vote often
  8. Anonymous Member

  9. Anonymous Member

  10. Anonymous Member

    its a festering cesspool of clams...

    lipstick on a pig,front group,promoting Hubbard claptrap
  11. xenubarb Member

    So who do we rat them out to at PepsiCo?
  12. anonymous612 Member

    Oh hell no.

    First, the address they gave Pepsi is bullshit. That address is a real estate office next door to the Sea Org hq in downtown Clearwater. There is nothing there except that office, and on the left of it, a scifag cafe, and on the right, the Sea Org building, and across the road, the main Flag training building.

    Second, the address their website gives is here:
    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=1611 n fort harrison avenue&ll=27.981837,-82.796701&spn=0.005239,0.010568&sll=27.981856,-82.796604&layer=c&cbp=13,77.4,,0,0&cbll=27.981837,-82.796701&gl=us&hnear=1611 N Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater, Pinellas, Florida 33755&t=h&z=17&vpsrc=0&panoid=jvhZo-ypEocQ931hlz1Q3A

    Which is just outside downtown, and which, if I recall correctly, is a fairly intact-looking building under no obvious construction the last time I drove past, although it is incredibly hideous (note the lawn, it still looks like that). I'll drive by this upcoming week to confirm it's where I think it is.

    Third, I have no fucking clue where that pretty yellow building in all their PR photos is, because it's neither where they told Pepsi the building was nor where they tell potential...clients(?) where the building was.

    Fourth, the Let Loose for Literacy site facebook page clearly refers to the exterior of the building as being intact:
    Our long- awaited facility- so close to completion! Just isn't ready yet. While the outside is complete, the interior remains unusable.

    So to get our new tutoring center up and running, we need a little help from you!

    I've taken the liberty of making an annotated map of where they tell Pepsi the building is located.
    3914W.jpg
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  13. DeathHamster Member

    Code:
    <frameset rows="100%,*" border="0">
      <frame src="http://postcardmaniaweb.com/landingpages/LetLoose/" frameborder="0" />
    
    The "site" is a frame wrapper around postcardmaniaweb.com.
  14. Triumph Member

    from cult PR
    http://www.articlecube.com/Article/...00-of-Saturdays-Sales-to-the-Community/401810

    retail Property record
    1411 Ft. Harrison
    http://www.loopnet.com/Property-Rec...venue-Clearwater-FL-33755/TrI2HZE7w/Property/

    CLC Blog
    http://clcexpansion.blogspot.com/2007/03/new-building-at-1411-north-ft-harrison.html
  15. anonymous612 Member

    From Pepsi's site (minorly tl;dr, read red):

    I work with a church senior center but my idea doesn’t involve religion. Can I still apply?


    Yes. While projects and related activities cannot directly or indirectly involve religious activity, they can be carried out in association with religious organizations as long as they don’t promote religious advocacy or proselytizing acts intended to expand membership, encourage conversion, or advance a religious denomination.

    • Is there any way to get more votes?


      Yes, through a new system called Power Votes. Here’s how it works: Starting May 1, 2011 and ending September 30, 2011, look for a unique ten-character alphanumeric code on specially-marked Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, and Pepsi Max products in participating locations. These codes are printed underneath specially-marked 2-liter and 20 oz. bottle caps, and printed on the reverse side of specially-marked 12-pack and 24-pack carton wraps. Enter that code on the Power Vote page on this site to find out how much your Power Vote code is worth: 5 votes, 10 votes, 15 votes, 25 votes, 50 votes, or 100 votes. Your Power Votes must be used by midnight (ET) on the day you register them on this site - after that they will expire. The best part is that you can use up to 10 codes in one 24-hour period. Cool, eh? It’s a great way to show your support for the ideas you like best. Visit the Official Application Guidelines for more Power Vote rules & regulations.

    • Can I vote for the same idea multiple times per day?


      You can if you’re using Power Votes. Otherwise, the maximum is 1 vote, per idea, per day, for a total of 5 votes per day.
    Is proxy voting allowed?


    Proxy voting, such as creating fake registrations or using a person or computer program to create multiple accounts, is definitely not allowed in the Pepsi Refresh Project. It violates the trust of the community and is against the spirit and integrity of the program. Any idea or individual that uses proxy voting – which includes but is not limited to creating multiple and/or dummy email accounts to register and vote – may be disqualified. Pepsi works with an independent third party to help authenticate votes and monitor for fraud.
    Who can I contact for additional information?


    For general promotion and/or application submission questions, call Young America at 1-800-768-2784 or email PepsiRefresh@young-america.com
    Applications CANNOT to any degree:
      • involve religious advocacy, proselytizing – acts and intentions to advance a religious denomination or expand membership or encourage conversion;
      • involve activities by a religious organization whose purpose is only to provide services/goods/benefits to their congregation rather than all members of their community;
      • involve political advocacy – acts and intentions to advance a particular political party, candidate and/or cause or to support lobbying for any particular party, candidate and/or cause, or to expand membership or to encourage membership for a particular political party, candidate or lobbying effort;
      • involve furtherance or expansion of a particular political policy or agenda or social policy or agenda with legislative implication;
      • describe a project that directly or principally benefits the Participant or any other specific individual (as opposed to the identified community as a whole);
      • describe a project whose purpose (solely or partially) is to re-grant potential Grant funds to another individual or organization(s). By way of example, if the purpose of Applicant’s Submission is solely or partially to transfer potential Grant funds to a third party individual or organization, such transfer of funds must be linked to a specific initiative or project of that third party individual or organization, which must be outlined in the Applicant’s Submission and abide by the other terms and conditions set forth herein;
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  18. Anonymous Member

    Perhaps as a start we could pick one of the top runners and vote for that. At the very least it would mean the clams don't get the cash. I fancy the dogs or the disabled? What should we vote for over and over again?
  19. anonymous612 Member

    I'd say go with this one, it's ranked number #1. And voting ends in ten days if I read the rules right.

    http://www.refresheverything.com/dreamaschool

    From the sound of it, the top TEN in the $50k category will be considered. So we need to knock them out of 9th and 10th.

  20. dose the SP times know?
  21. Anonymous Member

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  22. Triumph Member

    http://forums.whyweprotest.net/thre...astics-tutoring-program-goes-statewide.49712/
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    110% scientology
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    http://ocmb.xenu.net/ocmb/viewtopic.php?t=27186&amp;view=previous
  23. Xenu Is Lord Member

    Being that this is a front group for Scientology I think it violates a number of rules. I am marking a * next to the obvious ones

    http://www.refresheverything.com/official-application-guidelines
    Applications CANNOT to any degree:
      • suggest legalization of any illegal drugs/activity, prostitution or pornography or other illegal activities or goods;
      • challenge, lobby for or seek to change current laws, enact any new laws or overthrow of any government;
      • be inconsistent with these Official Application Guidelines;
      • be inconsistent with any corporate policy of Sponsor or its ultimate parent company (PepsiCo, Inc.), such policies can be found at www.pepsico.com;
      • suggest or encourage the taking up of arms against any person, government or entity;
      • discriminate against, disparage or denigrate any race, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, political orientation, national origin, ancestry, marital status, veteran status or mental or physical disability; **********
      • disparage or denigrate a product, service, person, company or organization including, but not limited to, Sponsor; ***********
      • encourage the cessation of or act to negatively impact a business or enterprise; ***********
      • promote alcohol, illegal drugs or activity, tobacco, firearms/weapons, prostitution or pornography;
      • contain any profanities, be overtly sexual, suggest an intent to abuse or suggestions of violence; ************
      • contain photos or videos which have images of violence, drugs, pornography, or other illegal activities or goods;
      • involve religious advocacy, proselytizing – acts and intentions to advance a religious denomination or expand membership or encourage conversion; BIG ONE BIG ONE ******** BIG ONE !!!!!
      • involve activities by a religious organization whose purpose is only to provide services/goods/benefits to their congregation rather than all members of their community; BIG ONE BIG ONE ******** BIG ONE !!!!!
      • involve political advocacy – acts and intentions to advance a particular political party, candidate and/or cause or to support lobbying for any particular party, candidate and/or cause, or to expand membership or to encourage membership for a particular political party, candidate or lobbying effort;
      • involve furtherance or expansion of a particular political policy or agenda or social policy or agenda with legislative implication; CCHR CCHR NO MEDICAL DRUGS FOR KIDS! *************
      • describe a project that directly or principally benefits the Participant or any other specific individual (as opposed to the identified community as a whole); **************
      • describe a project whose purpose (solely or partially) is to re-grant potential Grant funds to another individual or organization(s). By way of example, if the purpose of Applicant’s Submission is solely or partially to transfer potential Grant funds to a third party individual or organization, such transfer of funds must be linked to a specific initiative or project of that third party individual or organization, which must be outlined in the Applicant’s Submission and abide by the other terms and conditions set forth herein; BIG ONE BIG ONE *********** BIG ONE BIG ONE
      • feature or reference any third party commercial products and/or company trademarks, logos, brands or endorsements (including but not limited to third party logos on street scenes, panoramic views, vehicle license plates, clothing such as t-shirts, hats, etc.) without permission in any manner which Sponsor deems may violate the rights of a third party (note: an Application may contain the name and trademark of an organization to be benefited by the Grant (provided prior permission has been obtained); ???????????????????????
      • use individuals’ names in whole or in part (including the Participant’s last name) without permission;
      • contain materials embodying the names, likenesses, photographs, or other identifying elements of any person, living or dead without permission in any manner which Sponsor deems may violate the rights of a third party;
      • contain any copyrighted works in any manner which Sponsor deems may violate the rights of a third party (other than those owned by the Participant or any registered member of the group or those used with permission);
      • request funding to obtain a 501(c)(3) status;
      • involve any type of medical research, procedure or alternate medical treatments or therapies for either humans or animals; ****** alternate medical treatments or therapies for either humans****
      • involve any type of medical research, procedure or alternate medical treatment or therapies developed through the use of animals or testing upon animals for safety, efficacy, etc.;
      • support organizations that raise funds specifically to support medical research; and
      • be a duplicate idea for the same organization or project for the same Application Period.
    • So who wants to draft the poons?
  24. Anonymous Member

  25. Anonymous Member

    Major poon: they are openly telling people to cheat the votes up.
  26. Anonymous Member

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  28. Anonymous Member


    Debatable.
    Scientology "charities" benefit only the RTC and mother church, but their stated purpose is to provide service to the community at large.

    For this contest requirement to be violated, you'd have to demonstrate that their stated purpose is at odds with their actual purpose, while the latter is much more difficult to prove. And if you've proven that Scientology is a scam, then all the rest of the arguments fall apart and you can go home.
  29. Anonymous Member

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  31. Anonymous Member

    Oooooooops!
  32. Anonymous Member

    Joy Gendusa Is the tall broad in the Pix
    shes the Chairman of the CLC
    [IMG]
    postcardmania=retards are us
  33. Tangerine Member


    • Who can I contact for additional information?


      For general promotion and/or application submission questions, call Young America at 1-800-768-2784 or email PepsiRefresh@young-america.com
  34. Triumph Member

  35. Anonymous Member

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    Jim &quot;I'm down with the NOI&quot; Mathers
  36. Anonymous Member

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  38. Anonymous Member

    Current Pinellas county tax records
    list it as a Religious Organization

    this sits next to the Sea Ogre Building they use this as the administrative offices for CLC
    View attachment xy_FEBCBBAA-60E2-4526-A548-BA3CFC990429_631_421.JP
    for tax purposes its listed as a religious orginization

    that clearly means the claims are ineligible

    farkin scambots
  39. Anonymous Member

    the building Is 7,700 sq ft
    I figured out 2 estimates on what they should expect to pay for a new roof

    this is for a more expensive Terracotta tile roof (which is what they have)


    material costs

    Low $4,697.77$ High 6,056.05
    labor (tear off and replace)
    Low $13,934.69 High $18,682.51
    total costs
    Low $18,632.46 High $24,738.56

    with additional fees it could be 15-20% higher

    50K is way too steep price for any roof that size.

    who ever told them it would cost $50K is a scammer.
    .
    if it was a Scientologist
    never mind that explains it
  40. Anonymous Member

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