ScnTO's Very Own Last Chance Thread

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by DeathHamster, May 15, 2011.

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  1. Tourniquet Member

    That's from R6.
  2. subgenius Member

    If the materials were wrong all these years why weren't all those OT's able to catch the mistakes?
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  3. Anonymous Member

    'cause they weren't told to?
  4. Tourniquet Member

    LNK, ploxthx
  5. Anonymous Member

    Perhaps the nice thing to do would be to send hot dogs to the orgs. Lots of hot dogs. Millions of hot dogs. Then, they could save the planet. With hog dogs. Or from hot dogs. Hard to tell.
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  7. RightOn Member

    Disney is way ahead of you, they are starting them out young.

  8. Anonymous Member

    I tried reading the Lonesome squirrel, but I couldn't. He is a horrible writer, gives too many details, too many meangless dialogues and so on. It's kind of strange, because he is a wonderful speaker and a great story teller.

    As for his mission - his mission was to prevent Jesus Christ, who was the biggest SP, to stop from blowing up the confederacy, or something like that. Oh yeah, and Steven himself was the father of Jesus Christ. He was watching the young Mary from the bushes bathing and he was mastrubating and then his sperm flew right into her vagina.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Which kind of hot dogs? Oscar Meyer? Hebrew National? The spicey ones?
  10. DeathHamster Member

    I've never understood that video. My first question would be "Do you work here?" When the answer is "No", my response would be "Ah right, thank you ma'am, please stand aside, coming through."
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  11. RightOn Member

    yeah. SAD. any other real church prolly would have suggested for to him to go seek professional help.
    But not Scientology. Nope! Dont' suggest seeing an evil pysche, instead exploit his illness and rape him of his money and talk him into spending even more hundrends of thousands of dollars on books, and tapes ect... and then sell him over priced boxes to put all that crap in.
    COS hopes more Steven Fishmans would walk through their org doors.
    yep! Scientology, some of the most ethical people on the planet. yes sir-ee!
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  12. DeathHamster Member

    FFS, waving the goddamn Fishman doc that no ex has ever said that they've seen just makes you look like an idiot.
  13. would you like that for itunes or just regular?
  14. RightOn Member

    In this vid....a wonderful amount of protesters and the fabulous cops at 3:46
    this will always be a great ol' time vid
    It showed how mean, petty, and ridiculous the cult is and that their bullying didn't win.
    Also showed nice cops.
    And it also showed how idiotic the store owner's were. I think they were scilons too? no? I can't remember
  15. Anonymous Member

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  16. an0nim0uz Member

    That's how ScnTo's facial expression looks like right now:

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  17. DeathHamster Member

    Scientologist love the Matrix and Harry Potter, neither of which were created by L. Ron Hubbard or Scientologists, but by "mere garden-variety Humanoids" and "man-animals".
  18. Anonymous Member

    Who cares if it's trudox? It pisses off the scilons, so go take yer meds.
  19. Anonymous Member

    I am a computer virus. Please state the nature of your mental emergency.
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  20. DeathHamster Member

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  21. hmph!!! fuck youuuuu!
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  22. Yeah so i can get my finger lobbed off on a printing press or pulled out of my wedding reception to get yelled at for falling bellow my stats from last week?
    No fucking thanks!
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  23. Anonymous Member

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  24. Anonymous Member

    You know, an ancient Chinese proverb says "May you live in interesting times". It seems that being a Scientologist makes your entire life "interesting". There is always something going on. And not in a good way.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Yo, stay away from them. You don't need that stupid test, as funny as it might get.
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  26. slobeck Member

    Powell and Market st. Bart/MUNI station is usually where they do their table. Easy to enturbulate.
  27. i second this motion.
  28. slobeck Member

    why? (I'm seriously curious... not trying to troll)
  29. The issue here is clearly your failure to Keep Scientology Working:

    - HCO Policy Letter of 7 February 1965
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  30. Because of what happened with a LV anon, I think her handle was Archer, that left and got coerced into going back and ended up joining the cult again and throwing all of my cell under the bus for it. I don't know the specifics about it but do know she tried it for fun after leaving and ended up joining them and again ruining her life and cameranons regardless of what faggotry he committed on this forum or how much he "had it coming". I've also seen video of Nancy Many jokingly putting on a recruiting cycle on a radio host she was with one day, and lemme tell you, she had him about ready to go to an org and buy into this crap.
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  31. DeathHamster Member

    The Scientologists just want to extract your human bacon.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    OK, forgive my ignorance, but is it a real Scientology illustration? I might sound stupid, and the poster is probably a joke, but nothing is too crazy with those dudes.
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  33. n3uromanc3r Member

    Mary must've had a gaping vagina.
  34. Anonymous Member

    There are better cults.

  35. DeathHamster Member

    Yes, too lazy to dig up the original without the added captions.
  36. slobeck Member

    Hmm. I'd love to learn more about that whole thing. Didn't find too much 'round here tho. I dunno if this is a reason to avoid the scilon tables in the BART station. I would hope that people have learned by now not to raid alone. Having a buddy is a helpful way to make sure one doesn't get sucked in. That said, I hope that individual critics of the cult are firm enough in their positions to not be suckered by what we all know is a scam. I personally happen to think that most anons that I've met are in no danger of being recruited. It's not like a Personal Reality Distortion Field that makes anyone who gets in range suddenly want to join Scientology.

    Personal Reality Distortion Field:
  37. Anonymous Member

    The Stress test tables are a regular source of entertainment round these parts. Go, enjoy, take a friend, take a camera have a good time.

    Srsly, take a friend and a camera if you go. Never ever go around them alone. Ever.
  38. I don't know man, if all scilons are trained in that recruitment cycle Nancy Many was trained in there's reason to be wary, grr too bad i cant seem to find the vid where she lays it on heavy to the radio host guy that was interviewing her anywhere now. But there is vid of her briefly mentioning it in that press conference mediated by WBM for i think it was the 2nd anniversary of chanology. I wish i knew the LV disaster story in more depth that way i could explain myself better about my overly cautious stand on this subject.
  39. slobeck Member

    If the cult has us NOT raiding their stress tests because we're too afraid that their recruiting tech is more powerful than Anonymous, then they have already won.

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  40. anyway for me it does not even matter, i think they got a wind of me trolling around the strip cuz i have yet to see another stress test table on the strip in like 3 weeks hehehehe
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