Target: 5.8 Billion to Clear

Discussion in 'Martin Ottmann' started by Martin Ottmann, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. Another masterpiece from Highwinds #20 (1997): Target: 5.8 Billion to Clear. Looks like they were right on target then to clear the planet. I wonder what happened since then. It seems that the world overpopulation is caving in those Sea Org members.

  2. Anonymous Member

    14 years? Are we Clears?
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  3. Anonymous Member

    Busy busy busy little bees, doing nothing but using a lot of time and resources to do it.
  4. Anonymous Member

    Doing a whole lotta nothing, from what I can see. No impact whatsoever.
  5. Anonymous Member

    Call 1-800-334-LIFE if the psychs ever get hold of you! (the blue section above)
  6. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Good lordy, it looks like they are planning some sort of weird bio-chemical, irradiated attack thingy!

    "Vee drop za schtupitz-bomma her, 4th and Vine~ stressentec tabel eine ja!'

    That they take themselves so seriously should be of concern to the citizenry, everywhere.

    fuckin' loons, bleh.

    Edit> Been doing some research on wearing civilian uniforms that are similar to military ones, hm, I smell a huge unexpected shit-storm heading their way, soon.
  7. Sonichu Moderator

    Lol I love that blue side panel. That's ridiculous. Read it. For sure!

    Like 2,000 callers on this hotline a week.

    And then the story about the psyches. "Oh dear god! He was involuntarily taken by the psyches!"

    According to this story, they simply had to tell the hospital the member was from the Church of Scientology, and the "head" psychiatrist immediately arranged for him to be released.

    What is the true moral of this story? I'm not sure I've got a few ideas myself.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Oh do share Sonichu! *passes beer and cakes bribes*
  9. Sonichu Moderator

    well alright. *Takes cake and opens beer*

    I can surmise a few things myself. But maybe I'm reaching too far. You tell me how likely these scenarios are:

    1. By just telling the Hospital that they were the Church of Scientology, is that an implied threat? Like, "We're Scientology, we'll fuck you up in ways you can't imagine if you don't let him go."

    2. Perhaps it was OH TEE POHWAZ! Maybe they managed to dominate the mind of the psychiatrist over the phone.

    3. Realizing the shitstorm he was walking into, the Psychiatrist had heard of Scis toxic reputation, so he immediately did what he could to get rid of the Scientologist. Who wants to be bogged down in frivolous lawsuits?

    4. Maybe the scientologist who wrote the article was hoping that the audience won't pick up on the fact that he describes the "panic" of the hospital, and yet they had no witnesses there to tell them that part of the story. i.e. If all conversation was on the phone, then who told the author about a panic at the hospital?

    Now you tell me, which option is closer to the truth?
  10. Ogsonofgroo Member

    I choose door #5~ it's all a bunch of contrived horse-pucks, like everything Hubbard.

    Lying scientologists are liars>> since circa 1950.

    Lolol Sonichu ^^^^post there :D
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  11. Sonichu Moderator

    Number 4 was basically that, "the author made it up, and hoped that his audience wouldn't notice he inserted details that he couldn't possibly be privy to."
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  12. Random guy Member

    Oh dear, oh dear, the planet will be cleared in no time with people looking that serious and busy in the photos!

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