Vice's Love Slave
15 Year Member
- Jan 25, 2004
Konig said:I wish the US would shut those fuck-wads down... I live 20 mins from Clearwater FL, which has become a mecca of sorts for those morons. They have bought up tons of property over there, and you can see flocks of their drones walking around all the time.
I have talked with about 20-25 members, I even dated a girl who had a bunch of them as friends...and I fucking loved nailing them to the floor over and over...they have no idea how bad they are being taken advantage of....they are always people with low self esteem...lost in general, or have done drugs in the past and think that the "auditing" is a way to cleanse themselves.
how stupid does someone have to be to fall for that crap.... their literature itself makes my hair stand on end....it reeks of propaganda / cultist stylings.
GD said:Awesome, I hope they ruin those shady fuckers in court. Scientology is a big scam perpetuated by a powerful and select few individuals at the top.
Nesagwa said:All but one of L. Ron's books are in the scifi section at the book store.
Theres a center of scientology in ybor (Tampa's old downtown / club district). They always hand out vague pamphlets and hold up signs during Gasparilla and Guavaween.
You always see the 20 somethings that have been suckered into working there hanging out in front of it trying to be all hip and get people to come inside.
"Copyright infringement cases. Scientology’s religious documents are copyrighted, and many are available only to members who pay for higher levels of courses and auditing. "
In 1991, Time magazine estimated that the Church spends an average of about $20 million per year on various legal actions, and it is the exclusive client of several law firms.