Scientology Spectacular: Commenters of the Year!

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"M-A-R-C-O-T-A-I. They'll never figure out it's me with this fake Italian accent!"
Here on this final day of 2011, we're replacing our usual Saturday morning celebration of the week's best comments with a special announcement.

Our IT department has done the math, we've run those numbers through our analyzers here in the underground bunker, and now we're ready to hand out awards for our Commenters of the Year!



To briefly recap our week of end-of-year celebrations, here's what we've done so far.

On Monday, we announced that "We Stand Tall" was chosen as the Video of the Year in our readers poll.

Tuesday, we revealed the poll's winner for Shoop of the Year: "Civilization Without Insanity," a tribute to the wackiness of the Squirrel Busters.

On Wednesday, poll results showed that you had chosen "The Money Machine," the new project by Tom Tobin and Joe Childs at the St. Petersburg Times as the Scientology Story of the Year.

On Friday, we revealed our 25 most-read Scientology stories of the year, and announced that the most popular story of all was our lengthy interview with Valeska Paris about being held against her will aboard Scientology's private cruise ship, the Freewinds.

In that post, we mentioned that our stories here at the Voice's Runnin' Scared blog on Scientology alone have generated more than 20,000 comments, and we are grateful to our readers for helping us build a commenting community that is so sharp and well spoken. And a kick in the pants.

And now, on to the awards...

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Beck says: "Way to go, Kate!"

Miss Congeniality

For bringing her good humor to our comments section without fail, even when dealing with her less-than-photographic memories of a past spent in the Sea Org, we bestow this award on Kate Bornstein.


The E.F. Hutton Memorial Award

When Jefferson Hawkins talks, people listen. The man whose "volcano" television commercials and other brainstorms helped propel Scientology to its greatest heights in the 1980s is now the wisest of former Scientologists. Read his book, people.


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Tommy says, "Wait a minute, you mean Miles was just kidding?"
The Jonathan Swift Satire Award

We're calling a tie in this category. We really couldn't remember who made us chuckle more with their satirical barbs, so we're recognizing both OTVIIIisGrrr8! and Miles Biondo. Now, in the comments, if they don't both call us names and turn down their awards, we're taking them back!




Our Favorite Grouch

The cantankerous Dennis Erlich more than once tried to stop a commenting stream in its tracks with his harrumphs. But none was better than the day the big South Park story broke, a series of posts that proved to be among our most-read of the entire year. Dennis's reaction? "Duh. This is news to anybody?" We loved it, of course.


The 'No Way, Did You See Who Commented?' Award

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Juliette says, "Hey, look at all those SPs!"

Besides the aforementioned Jeff Hawkins and Kate Bornstein, we were repeatedly stunned to see who showed up in our comments, joining in our conversation. Just a thanks to these big names, and hoping to see more of you in the future: Andre Taboyoyon, Amy Scobee, Mat Pesch, Chuck Beatty, Patty Moher, Synthia Fagen, Mark Fisher, Barbara Graham, Alanzo, Patricia Curtis, Hartley Patterson, Geir Isene, Tory Christman, Marc Headley, Michael Fairman, Nancy Many, Skip Press, Brian Culkin, Mark Ebner, and more.


The Pardon Me While I Get My Lawyer on the Phone Award

Every time attorney Scott Pilutik shows up in our comments, I feel smarter. Honorable mention to Frolix8, former prosecutor, for his thoughts on the Lisa McPherson prosecution.


The Declaration of Independence Award

There were plenty of fierce Indies taking part in our comments and defending LRH from you infidels. But the fiercest was no doubt Margaret, and we hope she comes back soon.


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Tom says, "Keep kicking Ortega's ass, Mark!"
Best Church Defender

This turns out to be something of a dog of an award. As regular readers know, few of the usual OSA bots bothered with us, and we were stuck with two church defenders most of the time, one of whom is most likely just a troll and not a Scientologist at all. And that leaves us with only Mark Miglio, who earnestly e-mails me just about every day with his words of wisdom. Can't we get Tommy Davis or something on a sock puppet at this site?




The Frankness Award

Not that anyone holds back in our comments, but there was something about LeeAnne Clark's utterances that fed our deep-seated alt-weekly cut-through-the-bullshit jones. And for that we are thankful.


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John says, "That tip about Lubow was like, Oh my God!"
The Tipster Award

We're giving this award to Scientia for not only being one of the most perceptive commenters at our site, but for also tipping us to a pretty major story this summer -- that a man running the Squirrel Busters operation in South Texas and calling himself "Dave Statter" was none other than Dave Lubow, church private eye. That checked out, and proved a devastating blow to the goon squad.



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Jason says, "I can't pick a favorite!"
There are so many other great commenters who made our posts come alive, and I wish I had awards for all of them. I'll be looking for your bylines in 2012: Aa, Andie, Anon A, Anonamazing, AnonLady, Arthur, Barbara Snow, Been There, BennyShackleford, Bob Peterson, bobx, Brainslugged, candace6, ChaosConsumer, Chocolate Velvet, Claireswazey, CofS Exit Zone, Davescomm, Dean Fox, DeckardCain, DMSTCC, dodobird, DuckBenway, Endscientologynow, Freespirit, Gertrude, H. Jentzsch, Heather Grace, Helen7, hgc, I'drathernot, Jgg, juliusstahl, JustCallMeMary, KeeponLearning, Kris, Le Unc, LoyalOfficer, MarcAbian, MarthaWiggins, Michael Barger, Mighty Korgo of Teegeeack, Mimi the Great, Mirele, MissCabbage, Myriam Breitman, Natalie, NCSP, Old OT7, Old Timer, PamEllis, Paolo, Paul Jay Salerno, PodPeople, Radio Paul, Ron, Rpontopix, Sanddancer, Sandy4077, Schockenawd, scilonschools, SFF, ShellyMiscavige, Sid, sketto, Skwerl King, SP 'Onage, subsilentio, Suzanne, SuzyQ, The Scientologist, skydog, Theoracle, Thetan-X, TrueScientol, Tye Solaris, V for Vacation, Vistaril, wannabeclear, Warrior, WOLFNSHEEPSKIN, Xenu, xoxoxoxoxoxox, and many others.

Well, enough of the subjective. We now turn to our last two awards, which are based on hard data. It is time to congratulate the most frequent commenter of all here at Runnin' Scared, and the commenter who garnered the most "Likes"...

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LeeAnneClark
LeeAnneClark

GARSH! I just got around to reading this, having been on vacation, and was stunned to see my name singled out for an award. WOWZA!  I'm honored...and especially pleased if my frank and no-holds-barred posts contributed in even a small way to the ultimate failure of this scammy, life-sucking cult or its evil-Oompa-Loompa leader.

I'm pretty sure I know which of my comments earned this honor: the ones in which I took Mark Miglio to task for defending Scn's forced disconnection of Lori Hodgson from her injured son, preventing her from seeing him in the hospital. As a mother I found his defense of this horrific incident to be so vile it made me want to vomit, which I basically did, only in words in the comments section. Yeah, I used some pretty harsh language in those posts - and truth be told, I don't really talk like that in real life. (Just wanted to clear that up.) But that story, and Miglio's disgusting comments about it, pushed me over the edge.

We have a lot of fun here in the underground bunker making fun of the batshit-crazy engram-and-aliens dogma of these whack jobs, and that's all well and good - the entire cult deserves every bit of derisive laughter that they get. But every now and then, a story like Lori Hodgson reminds us that this isn't all fun-and-games - there are families being ripped apart, there is pain being caused, there are real people whose lives are being destroyed out there. Let's not forget that.

Oh, and major congrats to Robin Landseadel - I would have voted for you too, if only because you wield the most biting, fall-down-funny sarcasm I have ever seen.

And Miles - here's to ya!

Sid
Sid

Tony - with your quite frankly stellar reporting on Scientology you are really hitting my stats. Please give me a break!!!!!!

Patti MacKenzie
Patti MacKenzie

Is it Marty? He doesn't make comments in the forum, but he often comments in your articles?

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

We in RTC are proud to accept yet another major journalistic award for our continued  excellence in exposing the Ritalin-addled puppets of Nazi Psychiatry.

This major journalistic prize from the Village Voice is nothing less than acknowledgement of COB RTC's Humanitarian efforts to handle the fourth dynamic engram on this planet. This deadly serious goal can only be accomplished by expanding the Ideal Orgs and raising one's IAS Patron Status. Never mind one's Bridge; far too much water has passed under it by now. The real goal now and for all of eternity is this one thing: Money and lots of it.

This is Greed Revealed: True self-determinism is to be so incredibly wealthy that your religious group can order around American and European politicians, law enforcement, and bureacrats. We have achieved this fourth dynamic power and head into 2012 dauntless, defiant, and resolute. Goooooo IAS!

That Tony Ortega himself gave RTC this major award reveals just how much he secretly wants and needs RTC on his blog to put Scientology ethics in on him and his boozy, polluted readership who, when they are not engaged in cat burglaries, drinking NyQuil mixed with lighter fluid, huffing paint, or smuggling illegal fireworks, read the Village Voice to connect with other deviants. We in RTC are the sole voice of sanity in this diabolical nightmare that masquerades as a wannabe New Yorker Magazine.

Ouch!

Sorry Tony.

We in RTC are like that: We will take your prize *and* kick you in the nads.

Why?

Because we can Tony. 

Happy New Year and thank you for this incredible journalistic award.

wogrevert
wogrevert

V.V. T.O. Runninscared #1 cult buster YayHappy New Years 2012

Man I'm glad I haven't had to be at, or gone to a $clienutology New Years (reg) Event as staff or public for a good dozen years now.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

"Congratulations, Robin. I'd send you a book or something, but the last one got lost in the mail. (Erp.)"

It wasn't lost—it was re-directed.

But feel free to try again, I promise I'll read it [them.]

And thank you for this honor. If in some way I have made David Miscavige's life just a little bit more miserable, then I can feel my efforts have not been in vain.

Alanzo
Alanzo

I have an award.

Best piece of written Scientology criticism of 2011:

The award goes to Tony Ortega for his article on L Ron Hubbard being the Number 1 Person Crippling Scientology!

(music swells...)

That single article was the most laser-precise rundown of the fatal flaws in Scientology that I have ever seen written by anyone, anywhere, at any time. 

Well done, Tony Ortega.

DuckBenway
DuckBenway

Tony; thank you for making all this possible and your outstanding year of reportage on the cult.

Yes, there is always much entertainment to be found & enjoyed at Runnin' Scared, but also, and most importantly for me, there is much education to be had.

Your tireless work adds to the outstanding commitments of many others, such as those at WWP.

One of WWPs very productive members made this comment to me this morning, and it really penetrated to the core:

 "... and one of its [WWPs] important ongoing accomplishments is to ensure that Scientology does not control the message about Scientology."

All the best for the New Year, and thank you for making this a wonderful year of ensuring that the cult does not control the message about the cult.

sketto
sketto

Well done, Tony. You had a better year than the cult. Here's hoping we can all say the same thing again next year!

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

Huzzah!  

As an outsider/wog, I would like to personally thank all the amazing ex-scilons, escapees, independents, and refugees who have commented here.  I greatly value and appreciate the informative personal histories and insights you share.  May your voices continue to help and educate others across this awesome cyberspace.  I was raised in the conservative bible belt, but I was given the freedom to think and learn and believe or disbelieve and live how I chose (and the freedom to leave), and I cannot imagine having that taken away from me.  I knew others who weren't so lucky.  As easy as it is to mock the history, beliefs, and antics of the CoS, you have my admiration and compassion, and I hope other Scns continue to be brave and step forward and find their own authentic personal freedom.

Old OT7
Old OT7

What a year it's been!  First and foremost, thanks Tony for your tireless efforts to expose the cult and and entertain us all!  Every week is a new experience.  Second, many thanks to all who post here!  I have learned so very much from your insights. 

I guess 2012 will continue the trend of upending scientology is all its various forms.   Peace & Blessings to all, and to all, a goodnight...

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

Mark Miglio e-mailed me his acceptance speech...

"Thanks Tom.  No, well, this is a fun night for all of us. I wish I could be there with you all but I am happy to accept the dog award. I mean, after all Dogs are Man's Best Friends, and it has been fun pumping out the verbiage, and I have very much enjoyed doing what I can to make a small, little, contribution.  I hope you all have a great event tonight, and of course I want to thank, Tony, David, and Ron Hubbard, and all the local Offices of Special Affairs."

skippress
skippress

Tony Ortega became my new hero in 2011. Expect a LOT more comments in 2012 from me, my friend. Wishing you the very best...

JustCallMeMary
JustCallMeMary

I got lots of chuckles and much joy reading this. Kudos to everyone and especially Tony Ortega and the Village Voice.

Gotta go. Time to finish re-reading the 27 articles you wrote so I can find the puzzle :)

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

Ooohhh!  Scientology Mystery Sammich with riddle pickles inside!  Just what I needed today.

I have 2 guesses:

1.  The "Top 25 People Crippling Scientology" was all a dream.  I knew it when I saw Bobby Ewing in my shower this morning.

or

2.  The "Top 25 People Crippling Scientology" is based (somehow) on the Hubbard Tone Scale.  I did try to figure that out by looking at the list and matching up with the retarded-ness that is the Tone Scale but my Big Pharma pills kicked in and my screen got too blurry.

Thanks for a great year of Scientology watching, Tony!  It is my favorite sport and you make it so entertaining.

Schockenawd
Schockenawd

As someone who has watched the spectacle of Scientology for 20+ years, briefly participating with some of its legendary detractors in the fight to bring some justice for lives ruined, I have experienced times of raw frustration at the Church's uncanny ability to inflict devastating damage and  just keep on going.  I realize I have always wanted to go to the highest mountaintop and shout, "Hey, you people!  Look at this!  Look what Scientology has done now!  We can't let them get away with this!!"  So, thanks, Tony Ortega and Village Voice, for erecting the highest mountaintop.

t1kk
t1kk

Honored to be honored alongside such honorable honorees. Also grateful to Tony for bringing Scientology-watching into the mainstream with the near-daily reporting--Scientology has never been laid so bare before so many. If sunshine indeed disinfects, you're the brightest, most unwelcome light to Scientology, and a great public service to everyone else.  

CofS Exit Zone
CofS Exit Zone

What easter egg puzzle? Pssfffftttt. You expect us anons to find the cheezburger when we don't know it exists? LOL.

Hats off to you Tony, it's been a heck of a year AND you stumped us. Mwah!

Chuck Beatty
Chuck Beatty

Happy news years to all.

Thanks Tony for your excellent year of Scientology coverage.  .  

I went to LA for 5 days,  did a casual look see of their buildings and I tried to get into their yearly church "New Year's Event" which they film  days earlier, and send the films to churches around the world to show on the actual New Years night!    This itself is so tacky.  (If I were their big boss, I'd stop these gaudy productions for the New Years, instead do just prerecorded  briefing messages  and yearly accomplishments news segments, and let the local churches create their events around the recorded messages).

This yearly routine of holding the New Year's Event 4 days prior to the actual date, is a built in strange pattern.   (Reminds me of Hubbard's Mission Earth book concept of the capitol city being in a time/location warp and thus hidden from the rest of reality, a concept that applies also to all of Scientology).

The LA orgs were as dead as usual, broken blinds in windows, broken security fences.  

There's an obvious decline in numbers, at the New Year's attendence event and at the LA orgs.

The dominant valance (role model) in the church members, is the 'reg" (fundraiser/salesman).  They looked to be all striving to be be good "regs" rather than auditors (spiritual therapists). 

I'd say the last 3 years of street protesting and the extensive internet and  media exposures  have  made it unpopular for Scientologists to jubilantly proclaim they are Scientologists. 

The Scientologists I bumped into, like at Starbucks, were embarrassed to be open about being Scientologists or talk very loud in public.  

Looks to me like all the last couple years of backlash has pushed the movement to move into the era of the reg.    There's an internal staff phrase "You get what you push."   They are pushing for staff to be regs, and their orgs turn into regging machines, and the public feel like being fleeced straight up and vertical. 

Thanks and Tony and Village Voice for an unprecedented overview of  Scientology in a single year!  

Chuck Beatty .  

Mimi The Great
Mimi The Great

Puzzle? An effing puzzle? Sheesh Ortega, I am never going to get anything done now!!

You've had an amazingly stellar year, not a dull moment. It is clear that you've got an immense gift for this and your hard work, endless hours and unfaltering dedication show with each post.

Your captioning under the photos always crack me up. "Feeling upstate,feeling sexy!" Bwahaha!

You are appreciated and I'm anxiously awaiting 2012!

I *will* win that drink......back to that damn puzzle!!

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

Good morning everybody!  And congratulations to Mark and Kate and Robinlandseal and all the other fabulous commenters here at Tony's place.  I'm honored to be in such exalted company.  When I read the long list of  "honorable mentions" and didn't see markstark, I first thought maybe Tony made some sort of glaring oversight.  Silly me.  Tony wouldn't/couldn't do that, right?  RIGHT!

Except for the part where I lose entire days because I'm so wrapped up in the comments, I love this place!  Thanks for everything Tony.  Would you like some blueberry pancakes for breakfast?  Come on down.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Thank You! I feel enturbulated all over! 

Someone in Clearwater called, some seasons ago. Poor gal, I let her have it with both barrels, full blast. I recall telling her—"I'm the very last person anyone in Scientology wants to call." There is no way in hell I would have made all those posts if the folks at CO$ had the common sense and decency to stop calling us and stop sending "The Auditor". Compared to what has happened to other folks at this site, it's simply another early 21st century assault on what's left of my intelligence. But thanks to a mixture of underemployment and access, I've had the time to re-read Swift and sharpen knives. 

"All alone, nuthin' to do, I've got an I-Mac and I don't need you!"

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

All true. 

However note that NyQuil is best served on the rocks with a splash of a special nutmeg extract commonly found at raves.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

Hear, hear!Or maybe we could have our own hip hip hooray, all together, for Tony.  Ready?  In 3...2...

Veritas
Veritas

I, too, am from the wog world and have been fortunate to be a student of this blog in the last six months.  Well said "V".  This group is smart, articulate and hilarious too.  Wishing you all a joyous 2012.  Thanks for the education!!!

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

Thank you.  That means everything to someone like me who occasionally feels foolish -- I don't always know how the stories are received.  Now I do...at least how they're received by you.

Sid
Sid

I like Mark's humor - there is much hope for him in my heart.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

I love everyone today except, Tiny David, Ron Flubbard and the bumbling spys.

And Mark if I could I would fly out to wherever you are and hug you.

Maybe I could send a couple of girls your way for some intergalactic action! You deserve a photon plasma space torpedo slams into the hull fun filled New Years night. But don't let it consume to much of your shield energy because you'll need it to defend the cult in 2012.

Chuck Beatty
Chuck Beatty

I though once there ought to be a survey of which single L. Ron Hubbard created word is most exemplary of the Scientology movement.

My pick:   Xenu

I think right now, Scientology is most associated with Movie Stars. and that Travolta and Cruise are the two most associated stars.

Hubbard isn't known immediately, my sense, worldwide, as much as Cruise and Travolta come to people's minds when they think of Scientology.

Hubbard wanted the movement to be known as his.

Were he alive, he'd surely have reigned in this whole Miscavige era of leaning on the celebs, because he did NOT want them upstaging him.   (Amy Scobee's book gives support of this, her story of the shock many Int Base staff felt when Miscavige paraded Cruise around the Int Base and made them call Cruise "Sir").

Anyways, after long thought, and not just jokingly, I'd say that  Xenu  is the long range single word that historically ought be associated with Scientology.

Xenu encapsulates Hubbard's science fiction imaginative mind.  

The ridiculous excommunication threat to existing official Scientologists for them even publicly saying or writing the word Xenu is exemplative of Hubbard's own mental state (fantasy, threat, control) over the movement members.

Uttering the word Xenu by official Scientologists can't be understressed, it is a serious serious act for the members to say Xenu.   If you challenge an official Scienotlogist, you will absolutely win your bet, if you say "I bet you 5 bucks you won't say Xenu?"  

Yet the story of Xenu is so important to understanding the whole lineup of Hubbard's "The Bridge to Total Freedom."   The Xenu story explains why today official Scientology has it's "upper level" members spend so much time money and effort engaging in the talk therapy exorcism that they do at the upper levels 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Xenu is a catchier word than Hubbard.   He might have later thought it would be unwise to put out such a catchy word since it would push his own name out of the limelight also.

All said and done, Xenu I think is the best word to associate with Scientology.

SP 'Onage
SP 'Onage

@Chuck- I've learned a lot from your posts this year. Thxs

DeckardCain
DeckardCain

I just saw your video with Tory....I'm glad you were able to come to LA and not have any PTSD issues.  Thanks for all that you do, Chuck.  

NOTseriously
NOTseriously

But Chuck, were you able to get into the "party?" Or are you on THE LIST?

PodPeople
PodPeople

Unless the puzzle is about all those pictures themselves, which are pictures of Top 25 scientology Ideal Orgs, including #1,  Washington, DC, which is all but dead, evidenced by AnonSparrow's and others' videos.  Might me why some refer to them as Idle Morgues.If that's it, my drink of choice to toast New Year's Eve is Rootbeer Float, extra vanilla and a dash of cinnamon.

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

I'll bring the New York bagels and schmear. xoxo to you, Miss Martha.

bobx
bobx

1?  So much for this group getting all together!  But here's my hip hip hooray, for Tony, and a lead on a possible story:  could it be that the Mayan inscriptions were really prophesying the doom of Scientology in 2012?  Those hieroglyphics look a little Marcabian to me.

Sid
Sid

Martha you rock. I am in this to help, in my own small way, people like you.

Kim O'Brien
Kim O'Brien

Martha ...i think you are awesome ! We have all felt foolish and made mistakes ...not all of  us have grown from those experiences but it is obvious that you have . Us wogs can't really understand what you have gone through and we ( i ) can sometime come across as judging your choices. I apologize for that ( and for future judging sounding posts ) I really do appreciate your and other ex members fortitude in speaking out . Have a happy and peaceful New Year 

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

;)  It is never foolish to try to believe in something, or to have believed in something once, even if it proved to be wrong or harmful.  Be proud that you tried something you thought would be good, and be proud that you then had the strength to let it go.  That is monumental.  The real fools are the ones who try to oppress, rob, and ruin others for their own whims or gains.  They will never know true peace, happiness, clarity, vision, or freedom.

TonyOrtega
TonyOrtega

I think he's referring to Tom Cruise, who is congratulating him in the picture.

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Yes, I agree. That's why "Trapped in the Closet" is the bomb that will explode the "Church." It puts the word "Xenu" on EVERYBODY'S lips. I know folks that spent a decade in the cult who saw "Trapped in the Closet" for the first time and heard their jaws hit the floor. "Xenu" is some kind of monster taboo and Parker and Trey probably have done more damage to the reputation of CO$ than any other single entity.

V for Vacation
V for Vacation

Gosh, I wish we could glimpse into an alternate history reality where LRH is still alive and see how he handled the internet or what his public presence would have been, if his health hadn't deteriorated (reportedly) so much.  Can anyone comment on how they think the church would have evolved if say, DM had never been born?  What would CoS be today, with or without LRH?  Who would have taken over instead?  

I always enjoy reading your posts, Chuck.  Although, I'm now a little suspicious of everyone in line at my various local LA Starbucks…  ;D

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

The furthest I made it up the grade chart was Dianetic Clear, L-12. Twelve years, I never even got on to the solo auditor course. But I heard Xenu-esque tales the day I walked into Scientology Denver, a mission held by Larry Reeves (spelling?), OT III and mysteriously ex-SO in 1970. Larry told us he'd been on the old man's mission into time, and Larry pointed stuff out in History of Man that was pretty wacky. He said we wouldn't understand it until we were OT III, but he never kept it from us. 

Right—Scientologists will NOT mention Xenu. They cringe like wizards hearing Harry Potter name Voldemort out loud. I only found out Xenu and the DC8's was a bad thing to talk about when I joined the Sea Org some months later and opened my big fat mouth. Captain Bob roared with laughter and seriously told me never to speak about it again. 

Xenu and the DC8's—now there's a band I'd pay money to hear. xoxo K

Kate Bornstein
Kate Bornstein

Yes. This. Exactly this. Thank you. Happy holidaze.

MarthaWiggins
MarthaWiggins

I'll be here waiting.  But...what is schmear?xoxo to you too

robinlandseadel
robinlandseadel

Xenu and the DC8's first single—"Do the Clam" b/w "He Hit Me [And It Felt Like A Kiss.}

Kim O'Brien
Kim O'Brien

I love your comments and insight ! If you still live in Denver i would love to take you out for a cup of coffee . Everyone have a happy and safe New Year !

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