San Francisco Megathread 2013: All-You-Can-Eat Entheta Buffet!

Discussion in 'USA - West Coast' started by skeptic2girl, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. skeptic2girl Member

    I had so much fun, guys!
    Only wish you could have been there, too, moarxenu! You and the sac anons who flaked: oh well, at least we didn't have to share disconnected twin <3
    Having trouble uploading footage -- hoping others will come through...
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  2. rickybobby Member

    Awesome fun. Oh yeah.....


    Nice to have disconnected twin at the raid. I am sure the Sac org loved the disco ball, Moog, even if they were too shy to say so.
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  3. Anonymous Member

    I have great fun! All those that showed up were reallly great people and I was thrilled to meet them. No better way to spend a Saturday.
    We should do it again and again!
    Thanks to everybody for coming and making it a success!
    <3 to all!
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Is there a post game report and pics for the Sacto raid???
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  8. MOOG Member

    ^ and below are stills from the video of the Sacramento raid with Disconnected Twin. The Org looked great. I waved at the staff lady in the front and held up the disco ball and flashed a peace sign, she snapped my picture and turned and walked away. No one was mean, no one got hysterical, and i think the Security Guy and Lady Marionette had a nice conversation. Cops came once with the standard issue Scientology Complaints: 1) music too loud, and 2) blocking the walkway. But no hose. No shenanigans. Scientologists were cool. I think they sort of liked it.

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  9. skeptic2girl Member

    Sacto cult had called cops in advance, who were waiting for us when we arrived. If you want to see what an Ideal Org should look like, come to the Sacramento org! (Do I smell a Birthday Game contender?!)
    I'm not being sarcastic, though (except about bday game) -- it was really nice. Fancy video screens everywhere, each one with an individual console where you could play/pause/rewind. So Scientology has finally made it to the 1990's! Good job, guys!
    They are still way ahead of me, as I continue with technology fail. Hoping Lady M will tell you about her new boyfriend...

    Sacto Scilons used up every last penny of donations, though, catching up with the 20th century. As Lady M pointed out to hunky young staff member, the bricks in front of their side door were all broken up; that org is coming up on its one-year anniversary, which makes us think they never finished renovating the building in the first place. More. Donations. Needed!
    We watched the scilons take down their "holiday" tree, applauding their efforts. Everything was really funny except we saw two kids in the org, sitting in front of one of the media consoles, rockin' out to Chill E B! I take it back -- that WAS *kind of* funny. I mean, Chill E B, lol. They were doing these little Rollin' With the Homies moves.
    Strangely (or not), my own highlight was when, in a moog-inspired moment, I reflected on what he has pointed out, which is that surely most people "in" these days must feel unable to leave due to disconnection and other cult nastiness.
    So when this one guy who was being picked up by someone left the org, I gave him miles of space and wished him, sincerely, to "have a good night." He looked my way, a little surprised, maybe, and gave me what sounded like a sincere, "You, too, " in return.
    I am going to try more of that. If I get smirked at in return, that's... expected. But I hope there can be more of those little moments.
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  11. rickybobby Member

    Their activity of the night was taking down the Christmas trees. I estimate we saw about 8 or 9 folks in there, total. The Org itself has glass walls, so we could pretty well see everything that was going on. They were trying their best to ignore us, but it was obvious they couldn't.

    The org itself is not located in an area of a lot of foot traffic on the weekend, but there was quite a bit of vehicular traffic, so we were definitely noticed. I agree that these folks seemed a lot more relaxed and cooler than the SF Org. Those SF people are wound tighter than a tick on a bloodhound.

    It was also great to meet Disconnected Twin and spend some time hearing her stories. And Xenu was certainly looking out for us-- the weather was pretty mild, and the rain held off until we were ready to leave.
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  12. skeptic2girl Member

    ^yeah, they only just had these little sunshade-type blinds which, pulled down, did nothing to block the view either of us looking in or them looking out.
    Of the 8 or 9 people, what -- at least four were staff? Two were kids, so there's no getting money from them (yet) -- oh, wait -- I hope the cult wouldn't try to weasel the five dollar bill that Grandma gives each of them on their birthday away from them to pay for their eternity?
    brb. will add video:
  13. Anonymous Member

    here we go -- more later, God willing --

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  15. jensting Member

    I distinctly remember a clam dropping all his leaflets while he was in the middle of us protesters and the protesters just quickly gathering up his leaflets and giving them back to him. Just for a moment, he didn't know how to react to a spontaneous act of kindness on the part of those he was bravely confronting while saving this sector of the galaxy from the horrible 'psychs!

    That was in San Francisco in 1995. Happy days :)
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  16. Quite late for writing my report. But the Sac protest was pretty epic. The Scilons were taking down a Christmas tree by the side door so I stood there and had a one-way conversation with them about their cult. They did their best to ignore me. I don't get why somebody could have just said, "Hey, let's take this tree down later, when Anonymous is gone," but that's Scientology for you. One of the more grumpier ones was this blond young man wearing a black suit who tried to look super important at all times. Later he was escorting people out of the Org and to their parking garages so I just tailed him every time and tried to get him to talk. Then at one point it was just the two of us when he asked me, "So you're all from San Fran?" and I'm like, "Yeah, we're here to show you how to party," and he goes, "Party hardy." He seemed somewhat friendly until I was standing near the side doors where there's a brick inlay in the ground and he angrily turns to me and points to it saying, "This is property!" and I get off and notice that the brick is all crumbly, and when I pointed it out he said a bit sadly, "Yeah, we're working on that."
    We tried to ask him out to dinner but he ignored us all for the rest of the night. Playing hard to get, I'm sure.
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  17. rickybobby Member

    Ah yes, but he will eventually relent. No one is immune to your charms, Lady M.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    San Raphael Ca jan twelve 2013
    Was visiting north of San Fran, and ran into this.
    Had to stop by and say hi.
    Asked if I could take a picture and he said yes.
    He asked if I wanted a stress test and I said no.
    I asked him how far he was up on the bridge. OTV.
    He said that he was the head of the San Raphael org. There was a lady standing across the sidewalk from him asking people walking by if they wanted a stress test.
    He said he was on church staff for 20 years in San Fran.
    Everything was cordial till I said I knew Tommy Gorman.
    He said he knew Tommys dad real well.
    I said about Jennifer Gorman and Gabe Williams and the rape and he said those
    are just rumours. I said he could ask Tommys dad to find out the truth.
    He said he would never talk to Tommys dad. Why not I asked. Because he and Tommy are attacking Scientology.
    And he said he wondered what my motives were for talking to him. That I was saying all of these negative things. On purpose I had thrown in some nice things about how Scientologists are nice people n stuff like that because its true.
    He was getting annoyed and I had to meet someone so I said bye and I wished him well.
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  22. Anonymous Member

    Hey guys. When is the next raid in SF. Guests from ESMB would like to attend but don't really know where to go to get the raid date and time. Please post your next raid. Thanks
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  23. skeptic2girl Member

    Right now the "Events" page on wwp is in limbo, unfortunately; also, we of course don't always post our raids --
    You can PM me -- and maybe some other sf anons will offer that -- I don't want to suggest anyone, though -- I'll let them speak for themselves.

    I can't promise we'll be able to give details of anything -- too much OSA around here --
    But if we post a raid in the near future (versus a flash raid), it will be announced in this thread.
  24. MOOG Member

    HELLO ANON <3<3<3

    701 MONTGOMERY ST SF (across from the Pointy Building)


    NO COVER!!


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  26. Am I too late, or can I still nominate this thread title for the 2013 WWP Oscars?

    If 'All-you-can-eat Entheta Buffet' isn't the lulziest, mouth-wateringest plumpsciosity of 2013 then what is?

    A veritable cornucopia of enturbulation with extra poeticness.

    Here's what others said about All-you-can-eat Entheta Buffet :-

    'Awesome and Inspiring' - Clearwateranon
    'A tour de force' - The Times
    'Mmm-mm. This is one tasty burger' - Samuel L. Jackson
    'I lol'd' - Herro.
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  30. MOOG Member

    T O N I G H T !!!1!!

    701 MONTGOMERY ST SF (across from the Pointy Building)


    NO COVER!!

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  32. A nice little Caturday raid tonight.
    The Scilons planned their OT thing earlier to try to, idk, stop us??? Still unclear. Didn't work since they had to all walk past us as they left. We were very polite to all of them, and some of them seemed really surprised by that. One said, "Thanks," as I wished her a good evening, and when I yelled, "We love you!" to one group, a guy turned around and stared at me all confused. Clearly it's a phrase he doesn't he often around the morgue.
    Within the first few minutes of me arriving, one of them came out for a smoke break, and as I approached him he said, "Don't talk to me!" so I said, "Then you don't mind if I talk around you," and I started to go on about the Rock Center special about Paul Haggis and he angrily stormed off to finish his smoke elsewhere. He later threw his cigarette at our feet. Rude.
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  33. RightOn Member

    lovely enturbulation and seeds of doubt planting :)
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  34. RightOn Member

    they guy sitting at that dianetics table pic?
    needs some serious shooping on that sign
    Squashing hopes and dreams and your wallet
  35. Anonymous Member

    and a scofflaw. There's a $1000 fine for littering in California
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    Such blatant littering enturbulates me.
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  38. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Yarr! Modern (???~for the middle of the 20th century!) Science (LMFAO! just no!) of Mental Health (oh yeh baby!)... *snorks*

    Money sucking soul-crackers since 1951!


    Awesome post game thread is awesome too! <3 <3 <3 you all!
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  39. MOOG Member

    Caturday Night Raid at the Church of Scientology San Francisco's "State of OT" event. It seemed to be over the minute we got there, everyone leaving. We were very polite and only said nice things, and the Scientologists seemed surprised and i think some liked it. except for Reading Rainbow who called us Religious Bigots - i said "no, we're your friends." which i think gave him pause. Josh wouldn't grant me any Beingness. Danny Quiros ran away in a hurry. No Jerry. Lots of pictures and hugs.


    So Fine - Howard Johnson (KISS Mastermix)
    Baby You're A Rich Man - The Beatles (Golden Age of Money Edit)
    We Will Rock You - Queen (AC/DC Edit)
    I Don't Know Why I Love You - Michael Jackson
    Grazing in the Grass - Hugh Masekela
    Let's Start The Dance - Hamilton Bohannon
    Don't Stop The Music - Yarbourough & Peoples (2 O' Clock Edit)
    Superfly - Curtis Mayfield (Free Ethics Trouble Edit)
    Roll It Up - Frankie Bones
    Can We - SWV (Refund Edit)


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