Mimi Faust on Scientology: "They Wanted Me To Sign a Contract To Work For Them And I Refused" (UPDATED)

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Mimi Faust
UPDATE: We think we've identified Mimi Faust's mother, who chose Scientology over her own kids. See below.

We noticed a lot of people talking about a "Mimi" and Scientology tonight on Twitter, and eventually figured out all the fuss was about reality TV star Oluremi "Mimi" Faust on VH1's show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

The rebroadcast just happened, so we got a chance to see what Mimi had to say about how the controversial church affected her life.

In a short segment that took place with a relationship counselor, Mimi explained that her mother had been deeply into Scientology, and at only 13 Mimi herself was asked to "sign a contract" but she refused to do so and "got kicked out." At that point, she explained, her mother decided to dedicate herself to the church rather than her own kids, and Mimi has been carrying around that feeling of betrayal ever since.

After the jump, we'll explain what kind of "contract" she was talking about -- a contract for a billion years.

We're going to try to reach Faust through VH1 to see if she's interested in explaining more about her family's past. But here at the Village Voice, we're very familiar with Scientology and its practices -- we write about it just about every day.

[See our basic overview, "What is Scientology?"]

Scientology is a set of philosophies and practices founded by a science fiction writer named L. Ron Hubbard after a book he published in 1950, Dianetics, proved to be a popular bestseller about his theories of the mind.

Hubbard believed that everything we experience gets recorded somewhere in our brains, even events that happened to us in the womb (and earlier, in past lives). Through his process of Dianetics, he believed we could relive those early experiences and therefore neutralize them so they don't affect us in our present lives.

[Why do high-level members accept beliefs about a galactic overlord named Xenu?]

Over many years, Hubbard built up a vast number of processes and policies as he grew his movement and convinced a growing number of people that they could not only "clear" their own minds of negative influences, but clear the entire planet -- and go on to take over the galaxy.

People who followed him were encouraged in their fervor. A hardcore elite of those who do much of the hard work for the church, called the "Sea Org," tend to be recruited at a very young age, and are asked to commit themselves to Scientology for a billion years.
They sign a contract to that effect, and they then begin a very obsessive life of working for the church up to 100 hours a week, with only a few hours of sleep each night, and for only about $50 a week. Many former members describe it as a brutal existence, and one they were encouraged to join as young as 10 years old.

[Read the harrowing account of Ramana Dienes-Browning's Sea Org life.]

From what Mimi Faust described in the show, it sounds like members of the Sea Org tried to recruit her because of her mother's involvement, which is quite common. Many Sea Org members tend to be the children of Scientologists.

If she refused, why would her mother abandon her? The sad truth is, her mother may have been ordered to by the church.

As we've explained many times here at the Voice, one of Scientology's most toxic policies is called "disconnection," and it often rips apart families.

When a person leaves the church, they can be excommunicated -- "declared a suppressive person" or "SP" in the language of Scientology. When that happens, all members of the church in good standing must "disconnect" from that SP, even if it means cutting off ties with their own child, or a parent, or a spouse.

[Read a tale of disconnection: The Derek Bloch story.]

If Mimi, in refusing to work for the Sea Org, had been declared an SP by the church, her mother would have been told to "disconnect" from her.

Based on what Mimi told her therapist in the show, Dr. Jeff Gardere, it's possible that this might have happened.

"She stayed there until she died," Mimi said about her mother. "She gave up her kids, everything."

On the other hand, some Scientologists become so dedicated to their work, they drift away from other people anyway even without a formal policy.

As we've heard from many ex-Scientologists, the disconnection they were subject to is something that has scarred them deeply. And it sounds like Mimi Faust may know exactly what they're feeling.


UPDATE: Indefatigable researcher Smurf has tracked down that Mimi Faust was born "Oluremi Fela James," and legally changed her last name to "Faust" in 1996. And if she was 13 when she was "kicked out" of Scientology and her mother abandoned her, that would have been about 1985. With those clues, can our eagle-eyed readers help us track down the name of Mimi's mother and something about her Scientology involvement? We have a message in to Mimi herself and hope she answers.


2nd UPDATE: I think we have it. According to this obituary, Gloria Olaiya Odufunke Simmons died on October 27, 2003 in Duarte, California, though she is referred to as a "resident of Clearwater." Her surviving children are "Kwesi James, Ingrid James and Mimi Faust."

And here's what a reader sent in about Mimi James when she was in the Mace-Kingsley school in Silver Lake in Los Angeles (not the notorious ranch school in Palmdale, CA or in New Mexico):

I went to Scientology school with Mimi James (Mace-Kingsley school in the 80's). Her mom was in the Sea Org and Mimi did not live with her. Mimi ended up sort of floating from house to house with different friends from school whose parents weren't in the Sea Org. One friend in particular, Jessica (can't remember her last name) and another girl Tanya Larson (who lived in Simi Valley, CA) took her in and she stayed with their families most of the time. She stayed with Jessica's family most often.

I don't think Mimi was declared for not joining the Sea Org but she was certainly on her own. Because she didn't join the SO she had to fend for herself from a very young age. This is the case with every single kid I knew growing up in Scientology. If their parents were in the SO and they didn't also join, the parents would make some other arrangements for their kids (live with friends or relatives because they were busy doing the very important job of saving the planet and kids who are not with the program don't fit into that), or no arrangements would be made (this happened more often than anything else), and these children would end up on their own in the big world by 12, 13, 14, 15 years old. Either that or they joined the SO because they had nowhere to else to go.

I haven't found any Scientology completions for Gloria on the databases, but this gives us a lot more information, and we'd love to hear more about Mimi and her mother Gloria from our readers.


See also:
Scientology's president and the death of his son: our complete coverage
What Katie is saving Suri from: Scientology interrogation of kids
Scientology's new defections: Hubbard's granddaughter and Miscavige's dad
Scientology's disgrace: our open letter to Tom Cruise
Scientology crumbling: An entire mission defects as a group
Scientology leader David Miscavige's vanished wife: Where's Shelly?
Neil Gaiman, 7, Interviewed About Scientology by the BBC in 1968
The Master Screenplay: Scientology History from Several Different Eras
And a post that pulls together the best of our Scientology reporting

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Tony Ortega has been the editor in chief of the Village Voice since March, 2007. He started writing about Scientology in 1995. You can reach him by e-mail at tortega@villagevoice.com, and if you ask nicely he'll put you on his mailing list for notifications of new stories. You can also catch his alerts at Twitter (@VoiceTonyO), at his Facebook author page, on Pinterest, a Tumblr, and even this new Google Plus doohickey.

New readers might want to check out our primer, "What is Scientology?" Another good overview is our series from last summer, "Top 25 People Crippling Scientology." At the top of every story, you'll see the "Scientology" category which, if you click on it, will bring up all of our most recent stories.

As for hot subjects we've covered here, you may have heard about Debbie Cook, the former church official who rebelled and was sued by Scientology. You might have also heard about the Super Power Building, Scientology's "Mecca," whose secrets were revealed here. We also reported how Scientology spied on its own most precious object, Tom Cruise. (We wrote Tom an open letter that he has yet to respond to.) Have you seen a Scientology ad on TV lately? We debunked some of the claims in that 2-minute commercial you might have seen while watching Glee or American Idol.

Other stories have looked at Scientology's policy of "disconnection" that is tearing families apart. You may also have heard something about the Sea Org experiences of the Paris sisters, Valeska and Melissa, and their friend Ramana Dienes-Browning. We've also featured Paulette Cooper, who wrote about Scientology back in the day, and Janet Reitman, Hugh Urban, and the team at the Tampa Bay Times, who write about it today. And there's plenty more coming.



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OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

Attn: All of you WOG HATERS who natter and make we in RTC wrong for taking children away and putting them into the Sea Org.

 

It has come to our attention that the Chinese government kidnaps children and forces them to become OIympic athletes:

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2181374/Ye-Shiwen--forging-Mandarin-mermaid-How-Chinese-children-brutalised-future-Olympians.html#ixzz22F3kryZS

 

The headline screams:

 

"Forging of the Mandarin mermaid: How Chinese children are taken away from their families and brutalised into future Olympians"

 

WE IN THE CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY ARE NOT THAT BAD COMPARED TO GODLESS CHICOMS WHO USE PSYCH DRUGS AND DOLPHIN DNA TO MAKE CHILDREN SWIM FAST!!!!!

 

Why would anyone be an Olympic athlete when they can be a member of the Sea Org and clear the planet?

JohnPCapitalist
JohnPCapitalist

Off topic: Marty just posted an article on his blog talking about how great Narconon and Applied Scholastics were before Miscavige took over, and they went straight down the toilet immediately after. 

 

Money quote: "Narconon (drug rehabilitation) and Applied Scholastics (education) created many groups with impressive records of results with drug addicts and students."  I can almost feel the steam coming out of David Love's ears right now. 

 

But actually, he does raise a fairly eloquently said point: "Scientology Inc’s attacks [on critics in the reality-based medical community] have thus served as an insular, flat-earth protest against any new ideas that it does not control and profit from. It has thus positioned itself as an extremist cult in the eyes of most mental health, New Age, and spiritualist practitioners, not to mention much of the public at large."

Kronos
Kronos

The awesomeness of this blog never ceases to amaze me.  I love it when the commenters play nice, and exchange ideas, in a civil manner.

the1d
the1d

Why do likes disappear on this system.You can have 4 or 5 likes and then come back and it is 0.Just wondering why that happens.

the1d
the1d

This is not that big of a story but seeing all these comments makes me believe that it won't be long before Tony's blog's about scientology will have more members than scientology it's self.

 

That would be awsome as he has worked so hard for so long to expose this cult.I for one am trying to bring more people here,I mention the village voice everywhere I go and I hope everyone els does the same.There is power in numbers and this is a great place to hang out and learn.

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

We in RTC do not like to be called homophobic. Unlike the homosexual population, we are very much family oriented. Having said that, we in RTC simply do not believe in procreation; children are a very expensive nuisance. Scientology parents have to babysit children instead of working for the Church or being in session. Children also cost a lot of money that could otherwise be donated to Ideal Orgs, CCHR, COB's slush fund, etc.

 

Nevertheless, If two public Scientologists procreate because they are unable to control their sexual urges, why then we in RTC want that child for the Sea Org, especially after the child graduates Delphi Academy or any other Scientology school. Sea Org regges hover outside the doors of these schools like Jerry Sandusky in the boys locker room.

 

We in RTC believe so strongly in family values that we ordered an end to mandatory abortions in the Sea Org. We had practiced this effective birth control policy for twenty-five years in order to keep Sea Org women on post. However, those Mary-worshiping Catholics and other R6 religionists created bad PR about mandatory abortions and so we changed the policy. We also did not like Scientology-hating lawyers poking their noses into our affairs by putting sacred RTC policy concerning "forced abortions" into public court records.

 

Religious wogs have this whole thing going on about how abortion is "baby killing" and so we in RTC threw them a bone by ending mandatory abortions. It used to be that when a Sea Org couple got pregnant we in RTC demoted them a failing Class IV Org in some place like Mexico. That was out PR and so now we route them out of the Sea Org. They can then raise their child to age eight, at which point we in RTC will take the child for Sea Org as this is our right.

 

As you know, we in RTC consider that children are trillions of years old; they are simply adults in small bodies. As such, most thetans are notorious liars when in a child's body. They dramatize wanting a "childhood" -- and this is simply an excuse to not do productive work for the Sea Org.

 

We in RTC reject the notion of a wog "childhood" along with equally ridiculous wog notions such as the stupid Psych idea that a "child" needs proper nutrition, dental work, or medical care. Any Sea Org member can make his or her body work properly by pure postulate alone.

 

Children can and should sign the billion year contract and work in the Sea Org where they will learn perfectly good real world job skills that include sec checking and cleaning vile sewage ponds by hand.

 

Finally, we in RTC are proud of the fact that second generation Scientology children are trained from an early to write KR's and snitch on their parents. This is the real power of the Church of Scientology: In order to protect families and family values, we can and do can disconnect, divide, and destroy families in order to protect the Church.

5lttlestones
5lttlestones

 @OTVIIIisGrrr8! Man! you really got me on the Dolphin DNA, completely wicked and evil. NOW THAT NBC HAS DONE A LOW DOWN HACK JOB WHEN THEY EDITED THE OPENING CEREMONIES FOR THE OLYMPICS, NOW WE FIND OUT ABOUT THE DOLPIN BLOOD/ DNA PERFORMANCE ENHANCER. SO THAT'S WHY MYANMAR GENERALS WERE BATHING IN DOLPHIN BLOOD! yuck!

sara
sara

 @JohnPCapitalist

 Narconon, Applied Scholastics, CCHR ('Human Rights') are just front groups to gain influence in society. The Scientology Enterprise has as target to take over these fields and eradicate the opponents.  Like any serious political ideology would try to do. No mistake about that.

 

MariannaP.
MariannaP.

 @JohnPCapitalist 

A woman died of epileptics in French Narconon in 1984 BEFORE the death of LRH. The local managers were condemned for non-assistance to a person in danger. She died of what many still die in the American Narconons.

 

Did anybody try to pass this message to Marty? Should I write him an e-mail, as soon as he deletes the comments he doesn't like?

MariannaP.
MariannaP.

 @JohnPCapitalist 

So that's how they call their education program, Scholastics? Oh my, they couldn't have chosen better, if you know what scholastics really was. Seems like hubbard enjoyed himself while cheating people...disgusting!

The apology of this medically dangerous Narconon program is beyond any possibility od compromise.

 

Delling
Delling

 @JohnPCapitalist Thanks for the pointer, I get a headache when trying to read Marty's blog so I usually don't go there.

 

I got stuck on this paragraph:

"The situation seems irreversible when one considers the path of Hubbard’s second solution to integration, the attacking of the original chief opponents of the sharing of his ideas, the psychs (as Scientology Inc. refers to all mental health practitioners and researchers).  Scientology Inc. established an intelligence and propaganda network to bring down the establishment of those fields.  Scientology Inc’s public pronouncements against the psychs are so shrill, so sensationalized, and so exaggerated as to serve the opposite purpose such opposition was originally intended to serve."

 

Does he mean that he supports the position that "psychs" still should be hunted down, as long as more subtle (and efficient) propaganda is used? I hope he never gets a hold on the scilon purse...

 

In any case his support of the Narconon scam and Applied Scholastics is the final straw for me - people with that position should be treated the same way as the still-in-the-cult scilons in my book. Supporting abuse is supporting abuse.

Noah_Miller
Noah_Miller

 @JohnPCapitalist The fake statistics were so much more real before Miscavige came along and made them more fake. 

SvenBoogie
SvenBoogie

 @JohnPCapitalist As with everything Rathbun does, speaks to exactly why he left the 'church' at all. He was fine with everything they were doing, until the grand midget came down on him personally. The only reason he left at all was to seek attention and $ for himself. Still shilling the same old LRH con game. 

DodoTheLaser
DodoTheLaser

 @JohnPCapitalist Yeah, I saw that Marty's post too. "Scientology 101".

He has a point, but it's not strong enough, imo. Hence, damage control category.

 

ashura
ashura

 @JohnPCapitalist 

Marty is among many that still drinks some of the kool aid. Understandable, to some degree. I mean, you spend your entire adult life thinking you've mastered something that uses a veneer of science-ese but calls itself a religion, it's hard to remain critical across so many different domains. I mean, how hard must it be to to completely disabuse oneself of a way of thinking after so much time.

 

Problem is, while DM is criminal, the tech is the source of the problem. DM just makes it that much worse.

jensting
jensting

 @JohnPCapitalist Right. Marty can also see that the treatment described as religious practices in the defence against Claire and Marc Headley's lawsuit looks bad.

 

Clearly (sorry!) only one solution: stop all that outwards facing activity and withdraw from the rest of the world entirely. It doesn't understand how great LRH is, anyway.

PoisonIvy
PoisonIvy

 @JohnPCapitalist I don't get Marty's post.  It makes such great points about what is wrong with the current "Corporate Scientology" system and how Scientology has screwed up  by both not improving Narconon & Study Tech, but in the same breath hypocritically denying them whenever there's a PR problem (while they still collect the dollars)  Okay, good calls!  Yet once again he gives Hubbard a full pass for the fatwa he put out on psychiatrists, and echoes the problem with Hubbard's methods all together i.e. "Where are the studies?"   Did study tech and Narconon EVER produce "impressive numbers"?  Show me the science.  I feel more and more like that's the fatal flaw, even of the indies for whom I have the utmost sympathy...L Ron NEVER showed convincing stats or science, for anything.  It all came out of his head and a pastiche of ideas cribbed from his past reading of others.  He didn't even "invent" the e-meter.   You can call him an autodidact philosopher at best. 

Kronos
Kronos

 @JohnPCapitalist 

 

Shirley, you can't be serious.

 

Is that not like drawing a line in the sand, with his support of narconon and Study Tech?  Isn't that strategically indefensible?  (And slightly bizarre, IMHO.)  Fascinating indeed, today is.

Sherbet
Sherbet

 @Kronos It's good to laugh instead of gritting my teeth.  Lovin' it.

Sherbet
Sherbet

 @the1d I noticed that, too.  No idea why.  Just another Livefyr idiosyncrasy.

BurytheNuts
BurytheNuts

 @easyDM WOW, what a great post. cows, vaginas and shit.

I  love you. you are my new hero.

I like bang for my buck!

Rockin!

MariannaP.
MariannaP.

 @OTVIIIisGrrr8! 

Do you know that I'm usually waiting for your comment of the day almost as much as I'm waiting for Tony's article! You do a great job, makes me laugh every time.

You should have your own blog like that, that could be fun!

 

dbloch7986
dbloch7986

 @OTVIIIisGrrr8! My sponsors would like to inform you that you neglected to mention the drugging of 800 billion children that happens every year. We thought you people had a giant jar in a "museum" (and we use the term very loosely) somewhere to represent how many pills we shove down children's throats every year.

Kronos
Kronos

 @OTVIIIisGrrr8! 

 

You forgot to mention the ultimate real-world skill that can be learned in the Sea Org over the course of 10 - 12 years of dedicated study. Typing!

 

While some might blather about getting a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in that time frame, the obvious response is that those fancy-pants Ph.D.s can't type as fast.

Patty Moher
Patty Moher

 @PoisonIvy I am a former Executive. Director for Narconon and I also spent years working for the cults social coordination branch (the one that control Narconon and the education groups) and I am very familiar with how they operate.  I can understand you not getting Marty's post on this subject because basically, he talking outta his ass.  I haven't read that much delusional bullshit compacted into a short blog post in quite some time.

 

It was actually painful. 

 

 

JohnPCapitalist
JohnPCapitalist

 @PoisonIvy This is more of the same.  Thing X when Hubbard did it is good, powerful, amazing, revolutionizing the world.  When Miscavige does it, instantly, the same action is evil, corrupted, degenerate, etc.  It is one thing to say, with evidence, statistics and a clear path to understanding, that specific policies of Miscavige allowed something to waste away over a sufficiently long period of time.  It is a different thing entirely to say that something is inherently and instantly evil when one person does it but great when somebody else did it.  If that were true, then it would all be about the people involved, not about the action in question. 

 

Indies tend to say "When Hubbard did X it was good but when Miscavige did X it instantly became the Worst. Thing. Ever."  Of course, most ex's and most never-been-in critics would laugh at this characterization, because most believe it is all nonsense. 

JohnPCapitalist
JohnPCapitalist

 @Kronos Not sure I would characterize it as "strategically indefensible," though it is certainly "factually indefensible."  Any claims of Narconon success are, to put it rather more kindly than it deserves, unsupported by available evidence. 

Ceci9
Ceci9

 @Sherbet  @the1d Sometimes I like a comment and the icon displays as liked, then I scroll and click on more comments and later the comment has been unliked. 

BurytheNuts
BurytheNuts

wow, you guys deleted the answers to the universe and now I am floating.

But yes, you blew a BT or some other Mass.

the1d
the1d

 @TheProprietor

 You are more than welcome,I just posted to patch.com on the story they had about scientology opening a center there.They don't want it but scientology is doing it anyway.How sad is that.

media_lush
media_lush

 @AussieCase I've suddenly realised where that laugh comes from.... there's obviously a bank of monitors in his org that has the Tommy Girl cackle on loop and Ronbots are ordered to stay in for hours at a time until they perfect it 

PoisonIvy
PoisonIvy

 @Patty Moher Patty, you are a trusted source, then.  I'm sorry that Marty is so far off the beam defending the indefensible; he presents as quite rational and compassionate.  I still give him big points for helping so many people get out...and I understand the newly liberated reaching for some way to make sense of what they took as questionable doctrine all those years.  But Narconon and Applied Scholastics...I suspected as much as you told me; that they are fraudulent (and dangerous) and there are no "impressive statistics" to show.

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

 @JohnPCapitalist  Then by your argument the Founding Fathers are to blame for the mess America is presently in because they set up a weak and stupid form of Democracy that you bankers and Wall Streeters were able to so easily drug and hijack.

 

America has a Congress full of illiterate Psych-drugged idiots. It is all the fault of George Westinghouse, the first President of America, because he signed the Constitution and other invoices that gave dead-in-the-head wogs the right to vote. This is why America needs Study Tech now to get itself out of the mess it is in.

 

It is a fact that 90% of parents and school administrators cannot even read the labels on the prescription bottles of the Psych Drugs that they are shoving down the throats of 72 billion schoolchildren everyday. This is why they need Study Tech.

 

This is also why we in RTC hate Democracy and prefer a centralized religious Dictatorship similar to Iraq but different inasmuch as we have E-Meters and the Muslims do not - except of course for the Muslims in the Nation of Islam who now have both E-Meters and Study Tech.

Kronos
Kronos

 @JohnPCapitalist 

 

I was about to post there... then it occurred to me, perhaps I shouldn't trust my IP address to someone who is an advocate for Study Tech (blood still boiling)

JohnPCapitalist
JohnPCapitalist

 @Kronos Agree completely.  Study Tech is not even a good fraud.  It is utter and complete quackery, which self-evidently doesn't work, and no competent teacher would ever look at this stuff and think it can do anything useful to help a kid learn to read.  Another Hubbard brain fart enshrined as holy writ, destroying innocent minds who can't stand up for themselves.

 

The recently-shuttered Life Force Academy, three miles from Flag, took its third graders from middle of the pack in reading scores to the next-to-bottom in the Tampa metro area in one school year; the only school to score worse on standard tests was a school for severely developmentally handicapped.  One year is all it took to mess those kids up in a major way. 

Kronos
Kronos

 @JohnPCapitalist 

 

I understand. My blood is boiling though.  I have composed numerous posts encouraging peace and understanding regarding the R&R's.   But if there is advocacy for Study Tech, I will throw my gloves down.

BurytheNuts
BurytheNuts

 @dbloch7986 Well good luck, because I am the worlds biggest pussy and that razor wire fence is scarier than sleeping under a desk and eating slop. I am here for the long haul buddy. I am doing my confessions as we speak. Oh hey, I may be delirious but that looks like Heber right over there...........................................................................

dbloch7986
dbloch7986

 @BurytheNuts We are ever so happy to hear this. For every person sent to the RPF four more come running into our welcoming arms. We hope to see you soon too.

BurytheNuts
BurytheNuts

 @dbloch7986 that is why we know the Psychiatry stuff is EVil...Oh no...I am on the internet and wrote the word Psychiatry................arrrggghhh twice.

I am so in the hole for longer than Shelly can remember her original last name.

Goodbye family. Going to the RPF's, RPF, for like..............forever.

dbloch7986
dbloch7986

 @BurytheNuts Psychiatry no longer employs sleep deprivation as a therapy as we found it to be inhumane. To create our drugged zombie Hitlers we must ensure they have a proper amount of sleep or they will make many mistakes.

dbloch7986
dbloch7986

 @OTVIIIisGrrr8!  After much deliberation: Unfortunately, due to the amount of business this particular journalist has sent us, we must decline your offer. As your cash flow dwindles ours is ever increasing. By this time next year we should have trillions of body thetans being drugged yearly. We are much looking forward to it.

BurytheNuts
BurytheNuts

 @dbloch7986 I have no point. Is there supposed to be a point? They was no hatting on having a point. You are all just bitter self promoting defrocked apostates and are probably some type of criminal. I am not sure what kind, because I am tired after many weeks of no sleep....But none the less...I am still sure you are a criminal. I will confer with Base tomorrow to make sure i can be more specific. (Of course they will throw me into the RPF for having slept before my delivering my report)

OTVIIIisGrrr8!
OTVIIIisGrrr8!

 @dbloch7986 You say you have an ice bath and electrodes?

 

Do you do take all cases? 

 

We have a certain pain in the ass NYC journalist we would like to send you for "the works."

 

We pay in cash and expect no questions to be asked. 

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