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Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by Cowsmu?, Aug 2, 2018.
It works! I did the same with an additional « check forum.exscn.net »...
Yes and it would quickly exhaust their promo budgets and thereby spare their real former public from ever having to suffer the insult of seeing their promo sticking out of their mailboxes seemingly calling out "hey fool, ya you deuchbag, you were actually a paying public to that bullshit, ha, ha, ha, ha....".
That's essentially what happened to me when my cousin got a job with the post office and by some fluke of fate, ended up with my rout and saw all this Scilon promo in my daily mail, years after I'd let them all know I'd gotten out. He writes on my promo, Hey Dag, thought you were out of Scientoogy?"
Jeezus, all the relatives were a buzz with "Dagwood is back in Scientology".
That is when I was forced to write them the letter that got the GO on my ass where I said "If you don't cease all mailings and calls to me I will be forced to embarrass you in the press and begin legal proceedings.
My friend from Div 6 had told me that in the ask off policy it was decreed by LRH that "We never allow anyone to ask off our mailing lists for to do so would be to deny them their eternities, unless they threaten legal proceedings and/or to embarrass us in the press".
I did both out of desperation to get free of them. It worked for over 30 years.
One strategy I thought of is kind of wild, but for a certain type of D.I.Y. person it could work nicely.
You can, as mentioned in a post above receive wheel-barrow loads of $cn. cult promo. The idea is to receive as much as you can either in your own name/or not, or phony names. Just get as much of it as you can.
When you have several tons you can make papercrete with it. Papercrete is a construction material which consists of re-pulped paper fiber with Portland cement or clay and/or other soil added.
If you're a do it yourselfer you could make a nice cabin/house out of it. Build a house that the $cientology cult provides the building materials for. Turn something insane and wrong into something useful.
What a devious idea! LOL!
I estimate they have spent about $1000.00 on mail to me since I left staff. I don't like that my mail carrier sees it but for every piece they send it is a slow bleed.
I just assign their phone numbers a silent ring tone under Scientology spam in my contacts. This doesn't catch the spoofed numbers on the first try but it's good for 9 out of 10 calls. Those aren't free on their end either and I like the idea that some Scientologist somewhere is constantly having to make calls to someone who hasn't reciprocated in decades. Maybe it will help them wake up.
Staff aren't oblivious to the insanity of their calling and mail policies. They are forced to waste this time and money while enduring severe deprivations that would be less if everything wasn't so robotic. It's a down statistic if they take someone off a list but it's bad PR and a waste of resources if they don't. Poor people, So conflicted.
This is a great idea!
I know someone who got the mail stopped by reporting it as pornographic material to the post office:
According to U.S.C. Title 39 - Postal Service section 3008. Prohibition of pandering advertisements, you can fill out Form 1500 to stop delivery of any material that you find offensive. All you have to do is fill out a USPS Form 1500 and attach the opened mail piece to it and turn it in to the Post Office. The USPS will issue an order that no more mailings be sent to you by that mailer.
Form 1500 states that the mailing contains pornographic material that you find offensive. (The law says the determination of what is offensive or pornographic is at the sole discretion of the recipient). The two-sided form is available at any Post Office, and photo copies of it are acceptable. It is easy to fill out and takes only a minute or two. The USPS will send you a letter with a case number, stating when the cease and desist order was issued to the mailer. If you receive mailings after a grace period you can report them to the enforcement office - instructions provided in the letter.
Contact Private Citizen at 800-CUT-JUNK. They have a very successful strategy for getting off junk mailing lists, using Form 1500. If you run into resistance from a postmaster when submitting Form 1500, Private Citizen can do a little arm-twisting, representing you as your attorney.
I would think that showing Scientology materials where Ron denigrates Christianity would be all that would be necessary to say as a Christian that "Scientology's stance on Christianity, my religion, is very offensive to me and I don't want to see their propaganda in my mailbox". It would be religiously offensive as opposed to sexually offensive, but just as offensive if not more so.
I don't get calls anymore but have had thoughts of what possible solutions there are to just get them to knock it off.
I've wondered what would happen if every time you were required to put down a contact number when you checked out some site online but didn't want them calling you any more than you wanted the reg's calling you - if you put down your name but with the reg's phone number?
Then that reg would begin getting all manner of nuisance calls asking for you!?!
Wouldn't your name come off of his "to be called" lists and fast?
And knowing that the phone companies sell consecutive blocks of phone numbers to businesses for a discount if you just willy nilly started putting down the bordering numbers to the reg's down as contact numbers so that his associates got bombarded with phone calls for you too.
Like the reg's number is 577-2355 so you guessed correctly that the surrounding phones are numbered 577- 2340 to 577-2370 and they were to help you out by become your answering service.
But as this could all lead to them getting put on robo call lists in your stead and receiving all the annoying calls designed for you from the legion of their co-pecker head rivals for your dollars through telephone harassment, I wouldn't advise this.
But then you started calling them asking if they had any messages for you!?!
Is that diabolical or what?
Not advocating this, especially if they've been gracious enough to cease their own unwanted phone calls to you, but what if you were still one of those people they just refused to quit calling?
What options would you be driven to try out?
Telephone equivalent of Distributed Denial of Service attack.
But leave off your name, otherwise OSA will put you on their Fair Game list.
1. Disconnect your phone and revert to Indian Smoke Signals but DON"T give your smoke signal call sign to ANYONE
But, if you simply cannot bare to be without a phone, sign up for: The Jolly Roger Telephone Robot at https://jollyrogertelephone.com/
Then when you get an unwanted call switch it to the robot who will talk for you and mess with their heads until they hang up. LOL
2. Throw your mailbox away and remove any numbers identifying your house street address number and post a sign saying "Gone Fishing until 2050.
Meanwhile have all your bill statements sent to you via a PO Box number - which AGAIN you don't give out to ANYONE except your creditors.
3. Enter the Federal Witness Protection program with an entirely new identity, address and phone number. And DON"T tell anybody. Might get lonely
though...so get a dog.
4. When they call just start saying "Grandma? Is that YOU, grandma? GRANDMA...it's Timmy...I miss you so much. How's grandpa? When I come visit will you give me some milk and cookies? I WUV YOU grandma. (Shit...even writing this makes me wanna hang up on myself. LOL)
5. If you STILL get unwanted letters send them back with enclosed "Kitty Litter Nuggets". Trust me, THEY"LL STOP COMING!
Hope this helps!