ScnTO's Very Own Last Chance Thread

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

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  1. brat Member

    don't be mad, i'll give you halvsies on the sam
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  2. Miranda Member

    I devour your lead-based paint and counter with blue asbestos!

  3. sallysock Member

    Hi Baby!!!!
    We've missed you!
    Bed for me. Bye.
  4. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Cheat. How many scilons does it take to be so smert? :p
  5. Anonymous Member

    I counter your asbestos with cheap polish labourers.
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  6. Anonymous Member

  7. Miranda Member

    I unionize your laborers and unleash a mutant strain of mad cows!
  8. Herro Member

    I'm down with that.
  9. Anonymous Member

    I sack the polish dudes,hire chinese peasents instead.
    The polish dudes get their last paycheck in madcows.
  10. Miranda Member

    But little do you know that the mad cows have been implanted with a chinese computer chip, rendering them impervious to your interference and making them slaves of the chinese peasants, who stage a peasant/cow uprising ravishing your women and laying waste to your land. No more cheese!
  11. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Rachel Madcows?
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  12. WhiteNight Member

    Well said. Who're you quoting faggot?
  13. ScnTO Member

    Lisa McPherson died of a brain aneurysm. There is no way to know or prevent this. She would have died suddenly no matter where she was. We can't blame the church where she happened to be at the time.

    Its most unfortunate that she died, however, did you know that Medical errors by Doctors are a leading cause of death in the United States, again individual people making bad decisions.

    She was not held or drugged...IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION ..."Security officer Arthur Baxter, who had been alerted that Lisa was at Morton Plant Hospital, called Kartuzinski and "said she was found walking down the street naked and brought to Morton Plant, and she's probably going to be put into the psychiatric facility there."

    If she was on the street she could have got a cab to anywhere!
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Your sock account has been reported.
  16. Anonymous Member

    You win this one.
    But i shall return and have my revenge for the lack of cheese.
    brb making a cup of tea.
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  17. Anonymous Member

    Fortunately, I develop lactose intolerance, which makes me feel better about the lack of cheese. I laugh at the fools who lament over the cheese famine, and wait until the mad cows stage an insurrection against their chinese overlords.
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  18. Miranda Member

  19. Anonymous Member

  20. ScnTO Member

    Neo: Why do my eyes hurt?
    Morpheus: You've never used them before.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    DOX or GTFO
  22. Ersatz Global Moderator

    There is no spoon
  23. ScnTO Member

    "Greetings and an ultimatum.

    Hi I am Rufus T Firefly, a moderator here on WWP. I have been mostly ignoring the drama your presence on WWP has caused until the last day or so.

    I don't mind having a counterpoint, and in fact I rather enjoy when someone comes here to challenge everyone's notions. What I don't like is when you get in the way of the real business of planning protests.

    I don't mind, and I even encourage you to post your opinions in areas where they are appropriate to discuss, but please if you aren't planning on supporting a protest please don't post in the thread.

    If I see you intentionally trying to disrupt another protest planning thread I will ban you." - Rufus T Firefly
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  24. Anonymous Member

    fify :*
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  25. Ersatz Global Moderator

    There is no spoon
  26. Anonymous Member

    I was simply testing your telepathic powers. Or did you already know that?
  27. ScnTO Member

    Morpheus: Welcome to the real world.
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  28. Anonymous Member

    Will you join us?
  29. Anonymous Member

    The Apostate

    Paul Haggis vs. the Church of Scientology.

    by Lawrence Wright February 14, 2011

    Asked how high he got in Scientology’s levels of study, Haggis said, “All the way to the top.”
    Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark.

    Related Links
    Audio: Lawrence Wright talks about Paul Haggis and his decision to leave Scientology.
    Primary Sources: L. Ron Hubbard’s life.
    Primary Sources: Documents from legal cases involving Scientology.
    Primary Sources: L. Ron Hubbard’s Navy documents.
    On August 19, 2009, Tommy Davis, the chief spokesperson for the Church of Scientology International, received a letter from the film director and screenwriter Paul Haggis. “For ten months now I have been writing to ask you to make a public statement denouncing the actions of the Church of Scientology of San Diego,” Haggis wrote. Before the 2008 elections, a staff member at Scientology’s San Diego church had signed its name to an online petition supporting Proposition 8, which asserted that the State of California should sanction marriage only “between a man and a woman.” The proposition passed. As Haggis saw it, the San Diego church’s “public sponsorship of Proposition 8, which succeeded in taking away the civil rights of gay and lesbian citizens of California—rights that were granted them by the Supreme Court of our state—is a stain on the integrity of our organization and a stain on us personally. Our public association with that hate-filled legislation shames us.” Haggis wrote, “Silence is consent, Tommy. I refuse to consent.” He concluded, “I hereby resign my membership in the Church of Scientology.”
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  30. Anonymous Member

  31. Anonymous Member

    Haggis was prominent in both Scientology and Hollywood, two communities that often converge. Although he is less famous than certain other Scientologists, such as Tom Cruise and John Travolta, he had been in the organization for nearly thirty-five years. Haggis wrote the screenplay for “Million Dollar Baby,” which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2004, and he wrote and directed “Crash,” which won Best Picture the next year—the only time in Academy history that that has happened.
    Davis, too, is part of Hollywood society; his mother is Anne Archer, who starred in “Fatal Attraction” and “Patriot Games,” among other films. Before becoming Scientology’s spokesperson, Davis was a senior vice-president of the church’s Celebrity Centre International network.
    In previous correspondence with Davis, Haggis had demanded that the church publicly renounce Proposition 8. “I feel strongly about this for a number of reasons,” he wrote. “You and I both know there has been a hidden anti-gay sentiment in the church for a long time. I have been shocked on too many occasions to hear Scientologists make derogatory remarks about gay people, and then quote L.R.H. in their defense.” The initials stand for L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, whose extensive writings and lectures form the church’s scripture. Haggis related a story about Katy, the youngest of three daughters from his first marriage, who lost the friendship of a fellow-Scientologist after revealing that she was gay. The friend began warning others, “Katy is ‘1.1.’ ” The number refers to a sliding Tone Scale of emotional states that Hubbard published in a 1951 book, “The Science of Survival.” A person classified “1.1” was, Hubbard said, “Covertly Hostile”—“the most dangerous and wicked level”—and he noted that people in this state engaged in such things as casual sex, sadism, and homosexual activity. Hubbard’s Tone Scale, Haggis wrote, equated “homosexuality with being a pervert.” (Such remarks don’t appear in recent editions of the book.)
  32. Anonymous Member

    In his resignation letter, Haggis explained to Davis that, for the first time, he had explored outside perspectives on Scientology. He had read a recent exposé in a Florida newspaper, the St. Petersburg Times, which reported, among other things, that senior executives in the church had been subjecting other Scientologists to physical violence. Haggis said that he felt “dumbstruck and horrified,” adding, “Tommy, if only a fraction of these accusations are true, we are talking about serious, indefensible human and civil-rights violations.”
    Online, Haggis came across an appearance that Davis had made on CNN, in May, 2008. The anchor John Roberts asked Davis about the church’s policy of “disconnection,” in which members are encouraged to separate themselves from friends or family members who criticize Scientology. Davis responded, “There’s no such thing as disconnection as you’re characterizing it. And certainly we have to understand—”
    “Well, what is disconnection?” Roberts interjected.
    “Scientology is a new religion,” Davis continued. “The majority of Scientologists in the world, they’re first generation. So their family members aren’t going to be Scientologists. . . . So, certainly, someone who is a Scientologist is going to respect their family members’ beliefs—”
    “Well, what is disconnection?” Roberts said again.
    “—and we consider family to be a building block of any society, so anything that’s characterized as disconnection or this kind of thing, it’s just not true. There isn’t any such policy.”
  33. Anonymous Member

  34. Anonymous Member

    In his resignation letter, Haggis said, “We all know this policy exists. I didn’t have to search for verification—I didn’t have to look any further than my own home.” Haggis reminded Davis that, a few years earlier, his wife had been ordered to disconnect from her parents “because of something absolutely trivial they supposedly did twenty-five years ago when they resigned from the church. . . . Although it caused her terrible personal pain, my wife broke off all contact with them.” Haggis continued, “To see you lie so easily, I am afraid I had to ask myself: what else are you lying about?”
    Haggis forwarded his resignation to more than twenty Scientologist friends, including Anne Archer, John Travolta, and Sky Dayton, the founder of EarthLink. “I felt if I sent it to my friends they’d be as horrified as I was, and they’d ask questions as well,” he says. “That turned out to be largely not the case. They were horrified that I’d send a letter like that.”
  35. ScnTO Member

    Cypher: I know what you're thinking, 'cause right now I'm thinking the same thing. Actually, I've been thinking it ever since I got here: Why oh why didn't I take the BLUE pill?
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  36. Scatman Member

    I agree with Rufus's ultimatum to you. I think he has acted sensibly and urge you to govern yourself accordingly.
    Please note that if you were an Anon on a scientology forum, posting as you do, the forum admin would have long since banned you.
  37. ScnTO Member

    Morpheus: The pill you took is part of a trace program. It's designed to disrupt your input/output carrier signal so we can pinpoint your location.
    Neo: What does that mean?
    Cypher: It means fasten your seat belt Dorothy, 'cause Kansas is going bye-bye.
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  38. Anonymous Member

    Choi: It just sounds to me like you need to unplug, man.
  39. ScnTO Member

    Cypher: Look into his eyes. Those big pretty eyes and tell me... Yes or no?
    [looks at Neo, tears slightly visible in her eyes]
    Trinity: Yes.
    Cypher: No! I don't believe it!
    Tank: Believe it or not, you piece of shit, you're still gonna burn!
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  40. ScnTO Member

    Agent Smith: Never send a human to do a machine's job.
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