Discussion in 'Situation Rooms' started by Anonymous, Aug 8, 2013.
Does she have Asperger's?
nah just bonkers
What journalists are saying about Scientology
Revealed: Scientology leader's f-word rant at employees in 2007 who he forced to sabotage journalist's investigative documentary on the organization
Chairman of the Church of Scientology, David Miscavige, went on a series of foul-mouth rants at employees in 2007
New court documents reveal details of heated profanity-laced conversations
He berated the organization’s spokesman Tommy Davis, the son of Hollywood actress Ann Archer, and Mike Rinder, a former senior executive
They had been tasked with a 2007 church operation to thwart the journalist’s investigations into the church
He called the staffers names including, 'generality infested c***-sucking motherf*****’ and ‘counter-intentioned c***sucker’
Duck Benway at Tony's Blog
Elena Cardone wife of Grant Cardone
Douglas D. Douglas at Tony's blog
Not a shoop, I lolled because of the Irony
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Why is this so well produced ?
Great White Clam at Tony's Blog
Nelson is doing an implied facepalm it seems
aut0matic on Tony's blog
DamOTclese2 at Tony's blog
Valshifter at Tony's blog
disqus anyone ?
Lakeport woman goes national with claims against Scientology
CURACAO. The ship had arrived in Curacao. The Commodore was out taking photographs. Mary Sue called me and said, "The Commodore looks dreadful, come up." I walked in and thought, "Shit, he's dying!" He was grey, his pulse erratic. I told him he was having a heart attack and I was taking him into hospital. I said I was calling an ambulance. He said he forbid it. I said I don't care. He had embolisms in the ambulance. The doctors were very worried when he arrived, they thought there was not much hope. They put him on an anticoagulant and he started to get better. I did everything - nursing him, got him into a private room, brought him food from the ship. I ferried every meal there for 3 weeks; the hospital was 10 miles away. He had hot and cold boxes. The messengers ate hospital food. 3 messengers sat outside his room 24 hours a day. He sat on the edge of his bed and said, "You disobeyed me". I said, "Yes, I did, and I'll do it every time your life is in danger." He said it wasn't that bad. I said, "I'm not going to argue with you. Ask the doctor." The doctor told him he was 2-3 hours from death. He was supposed to be on anticoagulant pills for the rest of his life, but he stopped taking them in LA.
I did this one 5 years ago
media_lush at Tony's blog
‘Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition’: Eric Idle, Kirstie Alley clash over Scientology
Posted at 8:21 pm on January 23, 2014 by Twitchy Staff | View Comments
Scientology: The Cost of the Cult
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