ScnTO's Very Own Last Chance Thread

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

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  1. ScnTO Member

    Who said this about the purchases?
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  2. ScnTO Member

    If the person has no room for improvement in his life or can't think of anyone he would like to help improve then it will not read on the meter and therefor Scientology will not be recommended.
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  3. ScnTO Member

    There is no need...if somebody told you 2+2=4...would you agree or verify his credentials?
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  4. BrakTalk Member


    See the bottom, this has been tried and tested as fact.

    They're going to tell you there's something wrong with you no matter what in order to suck money out of you. The same techniques sometimes used by their arch rival "psychiatry".
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  5. Anonymous Member

  6. ScnTO Member should be a proof reader at Bridge Publications!
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  7. BrakTalk Member

    FIFY both. Besides, they'll just send you to the Sea Org if you don't have any assets.
  8. for you Brak!
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  9. BrakTalk Member

    Woot! Me loves beer!!
  10. Some of the detail comes from Mark Headley. The $4.6M home is a famous building in LA -- the El Cadiz. Scientology bought the El Cadiz and it is claimed this is for the use of Miscavige when he is in LA. If you have a document citing another purpose for this purchase please provide it. It certainly isn't used for any services.

    The bikes and cars come from a few sources and once you know he owns them the prices aren't hard to work out.
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  11. BrakTalk Member

    And you should leave the cult! Seriously... we don't hate you, no one here does. We want to help you. If you leave, I know myself and others here will be happy to be your support group. Open your eyes and look at what CoS is doing!
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  12. ScnTO Member

    You will be stalking me?

    AnonSParrow, was charged with Stalking and Wearing a Mask to Intimidate.
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  13. BrakTalk Member

    And acquitted because illegal false charges were filed :)

    You seem to conveniently leave that part out each time you keep bringing it up. Just sayin'
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  14. yeah with this fucking moron we need like 10 gallons of the stuff.

    dedicated to the other Corgi enthusiast around here. and if you guys don't know who that is, you guys suck!
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  15. BrakTalk Member

    I wish I had some beer tonight :/
  16. Anonymous Member

    Why did the Danforth Mission close?
    Not enough hotdogs? Or just too many hotdogs?
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  17. BrakTalk Member

    I overdrew my bank account by $18 today buying hosting for a project not many people seem to care about lol. No beer for me :( Oh well...

    I'm sure SciTroll will LOVE the aforementioned project once it's done. So at least it'll get SOME appreciation :D
  18. i care.... and i lived anywhere near you I'd bring you some beer =[
  19. BrakTalk Member

    You are one of the few who care. You, Auntie, n3uromanc3r, cfanon, and nailinpalinnow (sorry if I left anyone out) have been awesome help, and the only reason I keep working on it is because of the support from all of you!
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  20. ScnTO Member

    If you go to the Doctor and he helps you and you pay the bill were you helped?...if you take your car to the mechanic and he fixes it and you pay him, did he help you?

    If somebody read Dianetics and now has hope for becoming Clear...did giving him hope help them?

    Scientology planning is built to make the able more able, leaving the unable strictly alone for the while thus sparing ourselves their troubles until we are big enough to run proper institutions and clinics for them.
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  21. OhSah Member

    Do you know what specious reasoning is? Here, I will give you a CLEAR example (I made a funny!)

    "If I pick up a rock and declare positively to everyone aloud: this rock keeps tigers away and since I do not see ANY tigers nearby I conclude it is working".

    Do you find the fallacy in this statement yes/no?
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  22. Anonymous Member

    don't worry, i plan to use your website in a campaign im going to start when i get back in school to inform people of the scientology abuses and hopefully start a LV cell back up. so don't you stop cuz i wont!
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  23. BrakTalk Member

    Now you are twisting around people's words again. No one said "people shouldn't pay for services", they said "paying for services is not donating", and "religions don't make people pay for salvation". You're putting out all these comments hoping people will forget what the topic of the argument was, trying to turn the tables. This is a psychological mind game, I thought you were opposed to anything related to psychology?
  24. that was me. i suck at life hehe
  25. BrakTalk Member

    Naw :p
  26. ScnTO Member

    Mark Headley doen't look like he's been Fair Gamed but he does look like he had his fair share of hot dogs!...seriously is there any real evidence of misappropriation?
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  27. <3

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    • 1/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips
    • 1 teaspoon shortening
    • 8 Bugles® original snacks
    • 1 box (4-serving size) white chocolate instant pudding and pie filling mix
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    • 1 box (4-serving size) chocolate fudge instant pudding and pie filling mix
    • 6 drops green food color
    • 8 creme-filled chocolate sandwich cookies or chocolate covered mint patties
    • 8 pretzel sticks
    • 1 tablespoon Fiber One® cereal or chow mein noodles, pieces broken in half
    • 16 gummi worm candies


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    2. Prepare white chocolate pudding with 2 cups of the milk as directed on box. Prepare chocolate fudge pudding with remaining 2 cups milk as directed on box. Stir green food color into white chocolate pudding until well blended.
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  28. Anonymous Member

    The delicious refreshments & beverages being served by LastOneStanding are outstanding! Thank you, Last!
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  29. BrakTalk Member

    Nice, attempting to discredit an individual on the grounds of their outward appearance. Another mind game. Got any more?
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  30. OhSah Member

    LOL - ad hominem is fun you queer fucking pencil dick.
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  31. yeah... i gave up arguing with it.
    this is all i know to do to deal with it. since we're not in the dome >=} hehehehe
  32. Anonymous Member

    So Would I!!!
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  33. ScnTO Member

    As Scientologists may come to believe in past lives or "reincarnation", it is very possible that we can recall events of the distant past. A subjective reality.

    In the early 1950's a book called "The Search for Bridey Murphy" by Morey Bernstein caused a great stir and great interest in reincarnation. The author used hypnotic regression to regress Virginia Tighe mentally all the way back to the womb, and then before conception. Much to his surprise, the hypnotized subject started describing life as another person -- a woman named Bridey Murphy, who had lived in Ireland in the 1800's.

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  34. BrakTalk Member

    There's an easy way to make that happen, but... naw.
  35. BrakTalk Member

    Hypnotism?! No no no, that's strictly forbidden psychological techniques! Only mind games and brainwashing are allowed!!
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  36. OhSah Member

    Hi guys my names Albert Buttnor aka fat daddy gay mac mc queer tits. I post on the Internet as "ScnTo" and I get my buddy to post on that account to. Aren't I sexy? Here's me in my cardigan!

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  38. incog712 Member

    I would agree, assuming we were talking simple base 10 arithmetic. It's a simple fact which requires no leap of faith. If that same person were to go on to explain that they had written the "operating manual for the human mind", had all of the answers to lifes problems, that the future of the planet rested in their hands, I would indeed want to verify his credentials and upon determing that he had absolutely none to speak of, I would be glad to see that he held at least a basic understanding of simple artithmetic and then move on.
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