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Phoenix Ideal Org Leaked Emails

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by Anonymous, May 11, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Selectively crossposting from the indy camp, but its one of the more balanced blogs AND seems relevant to our interests.

    From Miscavige and the Phoenix Ideal Org on possibly helpful advice
    much more blah blah blah at link, actual emails as follows

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  2. lulz! There is never enough crazy in Arizona to make this happen! THough I will still laugh at their attempt!
  3. xenubarb Member

    OMG Tucson Scilons were stranded! That there's funny, I don't care who you are.
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  4. Anonymous Member

    I wonder how many blew afterwards?
  5. Anonymous Member

    Thus it seemed relevant to our interests. Lulzy shit is lulzy, even if it is reported from the indie/freezone wing.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    They are squeezing more money out of their followers by miming Amway?
  7. Only Scientology can offer a course on "how to conquer the universe" with a straight face.
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  8. Anonymous Member

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  9. AnonLover Member

    ^^I lol'd... fugly hand looks like it belongs to a fugly knob who wants u to buy him a doorknob??

    desperate much phoenix?
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  10. conatus Member

    AL, you can "buy me a doorknob" anytime. Any. Time. <3<3<3
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  11. greebly Member

  12. Forward that to the ORG and let them know their math is crap.
  13. hah!
    never fails to bring my shit eating/troll grin out
  14. They're selling knobs now?

    1 bagfull pls
  15. Anonymous Member

    Built by knobs, for knobs, with knobs.
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  16. xenubarb Member

    ???
    I mock up gravity and can fly when my TRs are in.
    Arsenic will not kill my meat body. If it's true for me, it's true.

    I dunno. Seriously, that way, insanity lies.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Hey, why selling doorknobs now, like some homeless scag on the street? After all, way back in Oct last year they had a seminar on how to become a millionaire using hubbard superior tech! And Bob Adams said he had "adopted" Phoenix. So those Arizona scilons should Own Phoenix by now.

    Somebody's in big trouble in Phoenix. I call non compliance. Declare them all, Bob! wutzmatterwitu?
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  18. RightOn Member

    norps selling knobs
    seems about right
    I am embarrassed for them
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  20. The Wrong Guy Member

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  21. anonysamvines Member

    how about we all send send in KR's about their non compliance

    how fucking long have we been waiting to protest this idle morgue?
  22. I've seen this type of ad before, specifically including the "repair the ravages of the week" line. That language always struck me as way intense and therefore creepy. What type of lives do they think people are living where they're being "ravaged" on a weekly basis?

    I guess it fits with the Scientology/insertcultnamehere worldview that the world is a big, bad, evil place.

    Shit happens sometimes, but if someone believes people feel torn apart on a weekly basis, then they have seriously lost perspective.

    Also, how is it that the author can believe that Scientologists are feeling ravaged all the time when Scientology is supposed to have all the keys to happiness, fulfillment, and freedom from all those messy MEST worries?

    Shit makes no sense.
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  23. Budd Member

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  24. Well spotted, Anon! Bravo!
  25. DeathHamster Member

    A *special* Sunday service? Is that like one where people actually show up?

    Is there a place to keep an eye on that entrance from a distance and count the number of people who go in?
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  26. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Maybe it's special like those Olympics.
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  27. The Wrong Guy Member

    And now, on to our usual Sunday Funnies. As you can see, the Phoenix Ideal Org is pulling out all the stops to sell its leather-bound copies of Dianetics. These are custom printings that we’ve seen offered at $500 each in other fliers. And just look at all the great advertising your money will pay for — why not buy two copies!

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    http://tonyortega.org/2013/06/23/sunday-funnies-scientology-gets-colorful/
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