School project - visit Narconon Arrowhead? Ok, so here's the deal. I'm in a Counseling class this semester, and one of the projects that we're expected to do involves a "Site Visit," where we are expected to visit a treatment facility that focuses on addictions or behavioral compulsions, then write a report on it including the name of the place, the name of the individual we "toured" with (since we're supposed to have someone give us a facility tour since treatment facilities don't usually just let you wander around), the population served, how they're funded, the "role of spirituality," how the services could improve, and what was learned at the visit. I expect that most people in the class will do some local hospital-run clinics or something - standard, easy, run-of-the-mill stuff. However, Narconon Arrowhead is a few hours away (not prohibitively far, at least). This makes it an option for doing the report on (though I'd probably need to check with the prof I don't think he'd mind) which would be lulzy and give me a firsthand look at how badly they're ruining the lives of people everywhere. Here's how I see it. PROS: Interesting and unique topic (GREAT GRADE SUCCESS). Chance to alert class (30+ people/aspiring counselors) to dangers of Scientology. Serious lulz as a Psych touring the anti-psych facility. CONS: Long drive (would eat up lots of time/gas). HIGH potential for namefagging (would almost definitely have to show ID to get a tour, though my status as Anon would not be known). Potential for Scilon harassment (may have to provide phone number to get a tour). Thoughts?