Discussion in 'Situation Rooms' started by KittyKatSpanker, Jul 4, 2014.
Plain Old Thetan died
I have Aspegers and ADHD, but I have a sense that I will miss him
KKS has Aspegers and ADHD??
I can denie it still ?
I'm so sorry, KKS.
If truth be known, I have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
*hug* That is worse, just say fuck you all I am myself and I will do what i want to do
Yep, I've been doing that all my life. lol
Thanks for the video , but "The uploader has not made this video available in your country"- *sigh*
ps, they must think that Alaska is in a foreign country! lol
Anouk, nobodies Wife
Damn you must have gotten that diagnosis late in life than
At approx. 52 years of age. No biggy now. ~*seriously*~
I know carry on
This report suggests a case of retrosecal appendicitis, told backwards, which would be a very painful way to die.
The condition involves an appendix positioned in an atypical location.
If appendicitis should strike, the symptoms are atypical. The condition is often missed in diagnosis and eventually, the appendix ruptures. Very soon after the rupture, peritonitis sets in. Massive infection follows along with ghastly abdominal pain. It's the intense pain that usually gets a person to a hospital.
If hospitalization and surgery doesn't rapidly follow the condition, a painful death is inevitable.
I went through this at age 45 and spent two weeks in an ICU. The surgery scar is from navel to right kidney. There was that much trouble finding it!
I'm sad to know that this man suffered this terrible death. May his spirit rest in peace for ever more.
Sad to hear this.
He began communicating with us during our Village Voice days, and quickly became one of our most productive and most trusted sources about what was happening inside the Church of Scientology.
On Thursday, Plain Old Thetan — whose real name was John Joseph — died after suffering complications from appendicitis. He was 59.
We spoke last night to his sister, Mary Palazzo, and one of his best friends in Tucson, and they helped us learn more about a man we had found so helpful and fun to communicate with.
By 2010, John was ready to begin speaking out. In February of that year, he made his first post at Steve Hall’s website and called himself “Plain Old Thetan.”
“Plain Old Thetan, the author of this condition assignment, is a Scientologist nearing the end of his body’s lifespan,” he wrote to introduce the piece, in which he assigned Miscavige to the condition of “treason.”
It was a very popular post with Hall’s readers.
John had become an “Independent Scientologist,” and at some point was declared a “suppressive person” by the church. In other words, he still found value in the ideas of L. Ron Hubbard, but he’d made a break with the official organization run by Miscavige. After making his debut at Steve Hall’s site, Plain Old Thetan became a regular contributor at the Independent Scientology site, Possibly Helpful Advice.
And he still had enough contacts inside the church that he was a valuable source for us, alerting us to fascinating stories and providing loads of information from 2012 to early this year.
He was always helpful, pleasant, and complimentary, and we knew that anything he told us we could take to the bank."
More at http://tonyortega.org/2014/07/05/jo...ogist-and-a-friend-to-the-underground-bunker/
Well this certainly sucks, and what a horrible way to go, I haz a sad for friends and family
Looky what I found on his excellent institution for worldwide blogging:
(link to website: http://possiblyhelpfuladvice.com/)
The die-hard true believers in the OSA are no doubt saying to themselves that he ''pulled it in''. One can say that with certainty because Scientology and Scientologists are so predictable.
Another Indie dead. Maybe they should realise that the tech does not work lol
nothing of value and all that
Apologies for the late response, it's been quite a while since I've been here.
While I have no particular love for Indies, POT was a kind dude. Unlike many Indies, I didn't see the vitriol for non-culties. I'm not happy he had such a bad end.
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