ScnTO's Very Own Last Chance Thread

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

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  3. Ironhead Member

    I'm curious ScnTO (presuming you are not in fact herro)

    what are you getting out of all of this? 38 pages, you've gone round and round with anons, and to what end? what do you hope to achieve here? surely you realise you are fortifying ppls need to protest...they look at you under the assumption you are not a troll, and say to themselves "this is why..."

    life is hard, as we all's so comforting to have a path all laid out in front of you isn't it? a set of rules to abide by. it's like a security blanket, no? isn't that why some go with religion?

    in the face of all this "entheta", it must require a temendous amount of faith to hold true to scientology is it not? it's ok ScnTo it isn't truley faith without doubt. if it was fact, there would be no problem with examining possibilities that it could be wrong.
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    That can be faked by just going to the library and picking a random obituary from the microfiche beforehand. The burial locations are usually included.
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    Or peer review.
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  10. Natter Bored Member

    Yes, but scilons have never even bothered to fake the results. They just make a bullshit claim, exactly like ScnTO did.

    And exactly like L Ron Fucktard did.

    Anyone who researches dox is an SP.
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    No. You do every time you type something.
    Why are you so afraid to say anything true?
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  14. Natter Bored Member

    P.S. my meds are seriously kicking in right now, so I'm an easy target for superior Scientology intellect. Of which, I fart in the general direction thereof.
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  17. Ironhead Member

    which presents the next question, when will rons "research" be submitted to the scientific community for peer review? if it's all based on fact, what's there to fear? if it was verified, I would be the first in line to get auditing.
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    There are no such things as "Scientologists". There are only people who are victims of the Scientology corporation.
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    Funny that an ignorant person like yourself tries to teach logic.
  22. Natter Bored Member

    IIRC, Hubbard submitted his "research" around 1950 ~ 1952 to psychology experts, and it was laughed out due to lack of documentation.

    LRH pulled his "research" out of his ass, and hoped no one would notice.

    When actual experts called him out for lack of dox, he declared them SPs carte blanche.
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  23. BrakTalk Member

    Hey! Are you discrediting my Microsoftologist status? I'll have you know that I use Windows daily!
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    David Love didn't.
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  27. Ironhead Member

    To paraphrase Bare faced messiah, he was told that if he kept telling ppl he could cure them of anything with this, they would have him thrown in jail.
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  28. incog712 Member

    I would verify your credentials and upon determining that you had absolutely none to speak of I would be glad to see that you had at least a mildly fertile imagination and then move on.
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    i.e. ScnTO is full of fertilizer.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    Everybody has the potential for self-delusion. You in particular.
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  34. Ironhead Member

    *knock knock*

    we see you there, all one needs to do is look at the front page of the forum to see who's lurking. whats going on in that mind of yours? what keeps you here? why are you not responding to our questions?
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    I would also say that everyone has the ability to formulate whatever mental images they want to. It's called an imagination. If you believe that these metal images are real, it's called "losing touch with reality", which we all know is the first characteristic purposely instilled into each and every Scientologist.
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  38. OhSah Member

    He's busy trying to socially engineer me - BRB telling him my name, address and phone number since I trust him so much.
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    To a young, teenage girl, Scientology seemed to be just what the author was looking for; a way to improve herself and attain spiritual enlightenment. But it was only after she joined Scientology’s elite inner circle, the Sea Organization, and signed a Billion Year contract that she discovered the dark world of fanaticism and abuse at the center of Scientology’s vast empire.
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