Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Dec 6, 2013.
Scientology books in SCIENCE section of iTunes
Why aren't they in "religion/new age"?
Scientology has "Scien" in the title.
I think it's funny and good that it's in the science section. Let the science faggots go to town on the whole scam. Let's see how it stands up. The new age fags would prolly get all excited and make a few converts....
COMING SOON: Elron the Hub-Bard, by Diane Tics
What a joke
I managed to talk my local public librarian into categorising L Ron Hubbard non-fiction under "Crime".
That's just epic.
I think this story calls for some photo documentation!
I wonder what would happen if I dressed like an evil alien and chased a bunch of scientologist around out front of the headquarters here in Clearwater lol
It is too, a science. Much more so than wog science. Wog science never laid bare the whole track and the electronic implants we received in the past. Wog science completely missed the R6 implants that make us what we are today. If anything, it should be classed as a super science.
And does "History of man" go in the history section?
Yep. It's history, alright.
Ironically, many of Hubbard's scribblings would be usefully filed in the section for mental health. Of course, these Hubbard books serve more as raw examples of mental issues, rather than as instructive texts.
Is should be filed under CRAP
Or recylced for toilet tissue, and sold back to the church.
Good one Roland. Just the job actually
nah I would give it to the Sea Orgers for free
Of course, and "All About Radiation" goes in the nuclear physics section.
"Have you lived before this life?" should also go in the history section.
Do you have a Dewey Decimal classification for that?
yes, C for CRAP
That is FUNNY! You know what is funnier? That Scientology books even made it for mainstream download via iTunes. Brings to mind - "One bad Apple spoils the bunch".
I'm sorry, I really do love my iPod.
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