Going Clear nominated for seven Emmys

Anonycat

Crusader
Multiple nominations came for Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance, which each grabbed eight nominations; Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief and Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, which each took seven nominations; The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst and The Voice, which took six nominations; Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Deadliest Catch and Project Runway, which each grabbed four; and The Amazing Race, which is up for three Emmy awards.

http://realscreen.com/2015/07/16/going-clear-dancing-with-the-stars-nab-multiple-emmy-noms/
 

Knows

Gold Meritorious Patron
Re: Going Clear nominated for two Emmys

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Kind of makes Scientology look really BAD for being critical of Alex Gibney. Good for him! He did a fabulous job!
 

Anonycat

Crusader
For some critics, this might be something to really relish. Scientology has sent out many, many letters to everyone involved, everyone showing it, everyone about to show it, and with the upcoming worldwide global theatrical release, the scope of this campaign of lies has gone all over the world. Everyone who received a letter, talked to associates about it, showed it publicly or privately to others, took it to the media ... all of that is now the worst kind of PR imaginable. They have worked hard do disgrace themselves on this broad level. I'm pretty sure no one will ever believe them again.

Some news sites like The Wrap, published what was sent to them:

Alex Gibney is proving to be exactly like the sources in his film–no accusation is too irresponsible to make. It doesn’t matter if he lacks corroboration and proof, it’s all about promoting his movie.

Each and every one of the allegations in your questions is absolutely false and rejected. Alex Gibney is getting desperate and is now resorting to ludicrous, made-up claims. The Wrap should ask him for his proof.

First, there has not been one physical or financial threat of harm from the Church to anyone. These are more lies from the same admitted liars who Gibney glorifies in his film.

Second, I have in my hands court records where Monique Rathbun stated under oath that she has no idea who sent those items to her at her office. She also conceded she had no evidence and had made the allegations against the Church without specific or direct evidence. In other words, court records contradict the accusation Alex Gibney made, which is exactly what he did during the entire making of this film – ignore facts and court records. There are countless more examples if you are interested.

Finally, as for Spanky Taylor the Church has not made one threat against her. Again that is made-up garbage.

What the Church has done is issued the truth on these individuals to counter-act their lies. You can see them here:

ww.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/spanky-taylor.html
ww.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/marty-rathbun.html
ww.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/mike-rinder.html [Links edited; to disable]

Because Alex Gibney ran from any facts that got in the way of his preconceived story line and ignored all our efforts to communicate (over 40 letters and 25 people who requested to meet with Mr. Gibney), we have compiled the unvarnished truth in the form of video footage, court documents, publicly available records and testimonials by pertinent individuals and parishioners worldwide who do represent Scientology, and were intentionally ignored by Mr. Gibney and HBO. All of it 100% accurate. Alex Gibney spins this as “smears.” We call it the truth he ignored. These you can see at w.freedommag.org/hbo/

You also should definitely provide readers with this link and you are welcome to use any of the material. I particularly call your attention to: w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/exterminating-gibneys-propaganda.html

Rather than print the usual “denies the allegation” you should circle back with Gibney and ask him for proof. And ask him to explain why he would make such an accusation when Monique Rathbun’s testimony contradicts it.

If you ever want to know about Scientology, look at our website at ww.Scientology.org. The information is right there. We are busy trying to help people. We spend every waking minute working to get people off drugs and assist them to lead healthier, happier more productive lives.

TheWrap published an interview with Gibney about the film, wherein he said that former Scientologists and subjects of the documentary have been threatened with physical harm and financial ruin since the film started making the rounds.

“Most of the real vitriol is for the people who were in the film,” Gibney told TheWrap. “They’ve received threats of physical harm, threats of having their homes taken away, threats of being forced into bankruptcy. They’re being followed by private eyes and surveilled.”

Also Read: ‘Going Clear’ Director Says Ex-Scientologists Received Physical Threats for Appearing in HBO Documentary

http://www.thewrap.com/church-of-sc...-clear-desperate-ludicrous-made-up-exclusive/

_____________________

Go, Karin, go!

_____________________

The Hollywood Reporter published theirs too. Karin said she'd answer questions about scientology, and this was her reply:

March 12, 2015

Thank you for your questions. You at least did more to find out about Scientology than Mr. Gibney did in the two years he spent putting together his bigoted propaganda piece.

We agree with a reviewer of the documentary who has described Mr.Gibney’s film as “pointless scaremongering.” All of Mr. Gibney’s sources serve that purpose. They spew false, embellished and hyperbolic tales to create sensationalistic hatred toward the Church with a portrait none of its parishioners, staff or clergy recognize.

In two hours this film racks up more falsehoods, errors, embellished tales and blatant omissions than were committed by Rolling Stone, Brian Williams and Bill O’Reilly combined. By our calculation, the film on average includes at least one major error every two minutes.

Separately, THR's attorneys received a letter from Church counsel on Marty Rathbun false wiretapping allegation. That one goes beyond mere bigoted hate speech and falsely accuses the Church of criminal conduct. I ask that you do not reprint this lie.

That being said, the false allegations in Gibney's film are reflected in each of the questions you ask. Those questions bear no relationship to L. Ron Hubbard or to the Scientology religion. Rather than provide a response to each of these questions, which are part of Gibney's propaganda, I am going to take up the sources of these allegations so you understand their motivations to spread hatred, religious bigotry and lies. We are not trying to discredit these people. It is simply that Mr. Gibney is miscrediting them.

Our position regarding the film and each of its sources is clearly stated in the vignettes and documents we spoke of earlier this week and which I ask that you reference in your article.

The inclusion of any one of these liars is enough to irrevocably taint the film as biased propaganda. Including all of them is inexcusable. For example:

Spanky Taylor: Her entire story is a lie. Besides the fact that she has been gone for 30 years—an eternity of time in a new religion as we are—she never “escaped” from the Church as she and Mr. Gibney claim. That’s because she remained an active Scientologist for six more years after leaving her staff position. Her husband exposed this lie about her “escape” and confirmed that she remained in the Church. Now, Lawrence Wright is shifting his story to admit, as he did on public radio this week, that she continued in the Church after this supposed “escape.”
w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/spanky-taylor.html [Edited and disabled]

Sara Goldberg: Mr. Gibney painted a sob story of a grandmother struggling to keep her family together, but didn’t want to speak with her ex-husband, her daughter or anyone else in the family even when they were just a few minutes away from his offices in New York and willing to see him at his convenience. Now you see them on camera, exposing how Sara Goldberg broke up her own family because of her drug-abusing son. There is even video footage of her son being arrested, along with statements from the rest of the family about what factually occurred. And that’s relevant information, as the Church does not and did not tear any family apart. Withholding all of this relevant information makes the film inaccurate and deceitful.
w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/sara-goldberg.html [Edited and disabled]

Hana Whitfield also has motives to lie about the Church, not the least of which is she left more than 30 years ago. (Like Spanky Taylor, she has been gone for half of the time the entire religion has existed.) Whitfield filed a $1 billion class action lawsuit that was thrown out by the judge six times and labeled “incomprehensible. ” Not getting her payday, she became a “deprogrammer” for which Alex Gibney has become an apologist—a practice recognized as the equivalent of kidnapping, coercion and denial of human rights. Mr. Gibney’s film also doesn’t mention that Hana Whitfield’s “mental state” could be related to her having conspired to murder her father.
w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/hana-whitfield.html [Edited and disabled]

Mr. Gibney doesn’t disclose that his primary sources are self-admitted liars and were involved—according to Marty Rathbun—in suborning perjury and obstructing justice. The same Marty Rathbun who was the leader of his now- defunct small Texas cult, a tiny group of anti-religious haters who have been joined at the hip for six years in a campaign to make up stories about their former religion. The same Rathbun who has now descended to being a “deprogrammer” for his personal profit. The same Rathbun Mr.Gibney puts on a pedestal while making a false and defamatory allegation about the Church and its leadership being involved in a “wiretap” that never happened. When Rathbun was questioned further, he not only conveniently could not provide any specifics of who did what or offer any corroboration, he also could not explain how he suddenly “remembered” this alleged incident six years into his venomous campaign against the Church that has included dozens of media interviews, thousands of online rants and, most important, countless hours of interviews with Lawrence Wright, whose book the film is purportedly based upon. It completely defies logic that Rathbun “forgot” to mention such an event or somehow just “remembered” it. Even Mr. Gibney’s other primary source—Mike Rinder—denies having any firsthand knowledge—because it didn’t happen.

w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/marty-rathbun.html [Edited and disabled]

And you have Mike Rinder, who admitted in a January deposition to the exact opposite of what he says to Mr. Gibney in the film. He’s also a tainted source because he is paid by law firms seeking to score a payday suing the Church. His domestic abuse is documented by his ex-wife, brother, daughter and his ex- wife’s surgeon, and all of this would have been relevant to the film since Gibney shamelessly has Rinder lie about his ex-wife yet he didn’t ask her for comment or to sit for an interview, even when she was in New York to see him. Alex Gibney and HBO cynically repackaged Mike Rinder into the poster boy for their new propaganda film. They flew Rinder around the country in five-star luxury to shill for their religious hatred, never mentioning that Rinder was expelled from his former religion for gross malfeasance. They hid that Mike Rinder can’t hold a job and his only source of income is payment for attacking Scientology. Gibney knew all this but relevant facts would have popped the phony bubble of legitimacy Gibney created around his “star. ”

And, at a time when religious hatred is spreading through the world and inciting violence, it is also irresponsible to release any film about religion with someone so obsessed with inciting hatred as Mike Rinder, a paid anti-religionist and a domestic abuser.

w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/mike-rinder.html [Edited and disabled]

You have seen the film, so you have seen the blatantly absurd “ant” story is pure propaganda and is an intentional misrepresentation of the Church production studio facility that, among other amenities, includes a pool, tennis courts, golf course, housekeeping services for staff and facilities so attractive, local outside community groups regularly use them for events. The person telling Mr. Gibney this lie about ants on camera, Tom DeVocht, had such a propensity to lie that he once confessed that he believed his only sin was “getting caught.” HBO ignored all efforts by his ex-wife to provide information showing he is a pathological liar and stole from her. She also would have told them how DeVocht’s motives stem from his being expelled after he wasted millions of construction dollars due to his incompetence and deceit. Mr. Gibney has no firsthand knowledge of these allegations and never visited the property. He never even asked to visit, or to film there. Instead Mr. Gibney uses stale, made- up stories and portrays them as the truth.

w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/

Yet another source for the film, Marc Headley, is a professional liar who was outed during litigation as a paid tabloid source for, among other publications, the scandal-ridden News of the World that folded in disgrace over the British hacking scandal. Headley’s failed lawsuit spawned the film’s core myth—that the Church is involved in “abuses” which are entirely the invention of this same small, failed Texas cult. A federal judge tossed out these same allegations in 2010—an Appeals Court unanimously upheld that decision in 2012—and Headley was ordered to pay the Church $42,000 in court costs. Mr. Gibney even thanked Headley at the premiere. Yet all of the allegations Headley made in Wright’s book were dismissed as meritless by a lower court and upheld by the Appellate Court prior to the book ever being published. Given these phony claims are at the heart of Mr. Gibney’s film, their unraveling is reason enough to pull the film.

w.freedommag.org/hbo/videos/marc-headley.html [Edited and disabled]

Lastly, Lawrence Wright is obviously suffering from an acute case of jealousy of Mr. Hubbard and thus has tried to slander him out of spite.

Mr. Hubbard was a writer—one of the giants of the Golden Age of pulp fiction, during the Great Depression. He was also the author of 13 New York Times bestsellers in the 1980s. Indeed, his works are published to this day in 50 languages and have sold hundreds of millions of copies, something Wright could only wish to accomplish.

Mr. Hubbard was also a man who traveled the world and into the Far East, in the 1920s, studying and learning Eastern religions. And this at a time when most young men had never ventured beyond the boundaries of their own town. He was also a member of the famed Explorers Club and was awarded three expedition flags. He was also the youngest Eagle Scout in America at the age of 13, a licensed pilot at the advent of aviation, and a master mariner, licensed to captain any vessel on any ocean. In addition to all this, his greatest contributions to Mankind are his discoveries on the mind and spirit that form the Scientology religion. Millions of people around the world consider him their greatest friend for the help he has provided.

He was recently named one of the most influential Americans of all times in the Smithsonian Spring 2015 edition.

Your readers should have the benefit of the information I have provided you. Please also include our full statement which is enclosed.


Thank you very much.



Regards,

Karin Pouw

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/scientology-final-say-going-clear-781242

This stuff is everywhere. Hey, Karin, after 6 months of failing to make any difference -- except for publicly being a horrible person in a horrible cult -- you have been entertaining old critics and making new ones. I'm buying YOU a pizza! Thanks for showing the wretched underbelly of the cult to the world!
 

Leland

Crusader
Regarding the letter above....

Isn't Hubbard's Science Fiction ....published by the cult....and sold by the cult?

Aren't the rights to these works....owned by the cult....?

The Cult makes an enormous amount of money....selling Hubbard's writings, that are not Cult oriented...and have nothing to do with the Cult ........to the Cult members....

For this Cult PR Agent to bring this up as to how much Hubbard still "relevant" in today's world....is ridiculous....and a lie....

Brings back memories of the Cult asking members to buy Hubbard's sci fi books....to get them on some "Best Sellers" list....in the real world...
 

lotus

stubborn rebel sheep!
Thanks for reporting the very good news!
Very happy about it!

The good work done deserves this nomination!
 
Regarding the letter above....

Isn't Hubbard's Science Fiction ....published by the cult....and sold by the cult?

Aren't the rights to these works....owned by the cult....?

The Cult makes an enormous amount of money....selling Hubbard's writings, that are not Cult oriented...and have nothing to do with the Cult ........to the Cult members....

For this Cult PR Agent to bring this up as to how much Hubbard still "relevant" in today's world....is ridiculous....and a lie....

Brings back memories of the Cult asking members to buy Hubbard's sci fi books....to get them on some "Best Sellers" list....in the real world...
Oh we have a few of his pulp fiction reissue books and Battlefield Earth and the dreckology - that we haven't gotten around to tossing. When I sold my tech books the buyer didn't want a single one of them, nor the compilation book WIS. Leather bound, smeather bound, they're still worthless was his attitude. He was interested if I had any of the original Amazing Fiction magazines they were published in though - that's where the real money was.

I can't imagine his fiction sells much anymore, the SIFI genre has moved on from pulp. ASI is more window dressing by scientology to make themselves appear lejit.

Mimsey
 

Anonycat

Crusader
Regarding the letter above....

Isn't Hubbard's Science Fiction ....published by the cult....and sold by the cult?

Aren't the rights to these works....owned by the cult....?

The Cult makes an enormous amount of money....selling Hubbard's writings, that are not Cult oriented...and have nothing to do with the Cult ........to the Cult members....

For this Cult PR Agent to bring this up as to how much Hubbard still "relevant" in today's world....is ridiculous....and a lie....

Brings back memories of the Cult asking members to buy Hubbard's sci fi books....to get them on some "Best Sellers" list....in the real world...

Hubbard's family does not benefit from the wimpy sales of his sci-fi, which is really telling. Everything went to him, and although his last quickie-do Will which is highly questionable ("signed" with a thumbprint), he was never one to be good to any of his family, blood or marriage. Karin rattles off all the go-to lies about LaFayette. And of course the "millions" of followers. It's all been disproved. It's remarkable that none of them are dropped over time, like the youngest Eagle Scout. It takes about 10 seconds and Google to see that the Boy Scouts of America did not track any of that information, so it's an obvious lie. His medals are a lie. It's all lies.

Yes, the books. They were bought by the box-load by staff and public, then returned to the bookstore, and then re-purchased. Wash, rinse, repeat. There was an account here, from someone who was working at a major book retailer. They said these cases of books would come back with the stickers from the store still on them. Then they'd get bought again ... and again.

It is saddening to see that Smithsonian did no research, but bought the lies provided to them by the cult. Clearly, they don't have millions of followers. Again, 10 seconds and Google can give you the real information. Last time I checked the Pew polls, scientology was about to drop completely off the charts, and lose their place as a category. Now, they have. Because they are less than 0.3% of the population. http://www.pewforum.org/religious-landscape-study/

Pagans/Wiccans are still there, though. I think last time they were listed, it was 50,000 or something, but that was 2008, if I recall correctly, so ... maybe 20,000 now?
 

prosecco

Patron Meritorious
Hubbard's family does not benefit from the wimpy sales of his sci-fi, which is really telling. Everything went to him, and although his last quickie-do Will which is highly questionable ("signed" with a thumbprint), he was never one to be good to any of his family, blood or marriage. Karin rattles off all the go-to lies about LaFayette. And of course the "millions" of followers. It's all been disproved. It's remarkable that none of them are dropped over time, like the youngest Eagle Scout. It takes about 10 seconds and Google to see that the Boy Scouts of America did not track any of that information, so it's an obvious lie. His medals are a lie. It's all lies.

Yes, the books. They were bought by the box-load by staff and public, then returned to the bookstore, and then re-purchased. Wash, rinse, repeat. There was an account here, from someone who was working at a major book retailer. They said these cases of books would come back with the stickers from the store still on them. Then they'd get bought again ... and again.

It is saddening to see that Smithsonian did no research, but bought the lies provided to them by the cult. Clearly, they don't have millions of followers. Again, 10 seconds and Google can give you the real information. Last time I checked the Pew polls, scientology was about to drop completely off the charts, and lose their place as a category. Now, they have. Because they are less than 0.3% of the population. http://www.pewforum.org/religious-landscape-study/

Pagans/Wiccans are still there, though. I think last time they were listed, it was 50,000 or something, but that was 2008, if I recall correctly, so ... maybe 20,000 now?

Conspicuous by its absence are the false claims of expansion. It never made sense to me the scientology management view that expansion is evidence of an ethical organisation.

Lots of corrupt/unethical organisations expand.
 

Anonycat

Crusader
Conspicuous by its absence are the false claims of expansion. It never made sense to me the scientology management view that expansion is evidence of an ethical organisation.

Lots of corrupt/unethical organisations expand.

It's not expanding, and they know it. I decided to wander on over to San Francisco, to see the exciting OT Summit! I went with one anon, just to see all the excitement of such a thing. I'd never seen an OT Summit before. Well, the place was pretty empty. It looked to me, to be about a dozen people. Total. Then I saw they had a few cases of the new book about Hubbard -- ah, a book sale! Very OT! I actually had no idea what to expect.

Standing by the side door, a very disgruntled couple came out. They were in their 50s or 60s. The woman stopped at my side and said: I don't know why they asked us here! We took one class in the '70s, and they called us in for this?!

I rest my case.

[video=youtube;NI7mnVCieIA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI7mnVCieIA[/video]
 
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Churchill

Gold Meritorious Patron
Congratulations to Alex Gibney, Lawrence Wright and ALL the people at Jigsaw Productions and everyone who appeared in Going Clear.

This is sooooo well deserved!

As a Documentary, Going Clear could not have been more timely.

Scientology is going down, but, tragically, is ruining many peoples lives in the process,

thanks in no small part to its unwarranted tax treatment.
 

Anonycat

Crusader
Here we are! The whole list, at the link. Highlights copied for your pleasure.

Documentary or nonfiction special
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"

Writing for nonfiction programming
Alex Gibney, "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief "

Directing for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Cinematography for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Picture editing for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Sound editing for nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Sound mixing for nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Ladies and gentlemen, this is what's known as a "sweep". Absolutely fantastic, Alex, participants and technicians. You are legends!

http://www.latimes.com/entertainmen...-2015-list-nominees-winners-story.html#page=3
 

George Layton

Silver Meritorious Patron
Scientology is proving to be exactly like the those in his film are now experiencing first hand–no accusation is too irresponsible to make. It doesn’t matter if scientology lacks corroboration and proof, it’s all about promoting scientology.


Everyday is opposite day in scientology.
 

Gizmo

Rabble Rouser
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief" = 7

cult of scn = minus infinity

Tip to OSA, turning that stat graph upside down really does looks good -and those antics fit you.
 

Knows

Gold Meritorious Patron
For some critics, this might be something to really relish. Scientology has sent out many, many letters to everyone involved, everyone showing it, everyone about to show it, and with the upcoming worldwide global theatrical release, the scope of this campaign of lies has gone all over the world. Everyone who received a letter, talked to associates about it, showed it publicly or privately to others, took it to the media ... all of that is now the worst kind of PR imaginable. They have worked hard do disgrace themselves on this broad level. I'm pretty sure no one will ever believe them again.

Some news sites like The Wrap, published what was sent to them:





http://www.thewrap.com/church-of-sc...-clear-desperate-ludicrous-made-up-exclusive/

_____________________

Go, Karin, go!

_____________________

The Hollywood Reporter published theirs too. Karin said she'd answer questions about scientology, and this was her reply:



http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/scientology-final-say-going-clear-781242

This stuff is everywhere. Hey, Karin, after 6 months of failing to make any difference -- except for publicly being a horrible person in a horrible cult -- you have been entertaining old critics and making new ones. I'm buying YOU a pizza! Thanks for showing the wretched underbelly of the cult to the world!

ONLY in the Scientological BUBBLE can a man make a documentary about Scientology, get rave reviews and accolades from his peers about "Alex Gibney's FACT FINDING abilities, receive a nomination for an academy award, have "Straight up and Vertical Epic Stats on number of viewers who watched his piece

BUT still called a LIAR by Scientology Spokesholes. "Everyone is a liar except Scientology" :whistling:

Opposite of reality - that Scientology Organization.
 
ONLY in the Scientological BUBBLE can a man make a documentary about Scientology, get rave reviews and accolades from his peers about "Alex Gibney's FACT FINDING abilities, receive a nomination for an academy award, have "Straight up and Vertical Epic Stats on number of viewers who watched his piece

BUT still called a LIAR by Scientology Spokesholes. "Everyone is a liar except Scientology" :whistling:

Opposite of reality - that Scientology Organization.
Please remember - the audience for the lies told fall under three categories A) Miscavage himself B) whales and C) non-whale public and staff. They aren't for anyone else. They don't give a crap what anybody else thinks. They told those DB wog SP's where it's at! Boo-yeah! Three cheers for LRH.

Mimsey
 

NoName

A Girl Has No Name
Conspicuous by its absence are the false claims of expansion. It never made sense to me the scientology management view that expansion is evidence of an ethical organisation.

Lots of corrupt/unethical organisations expand.

Not only that - the denials and accusations by the cult are more rambling and less like pre-canned media statements.

I think der Dwarfenfuhrer is really loosing it. This is much less lucid than the "provable bullshit". An that's saying a lot.
 

NoName

A Girl Has No Name
Here we are! The whole list, at the link. Highlights copied for your pleasure.

Documentary or nonfiction special
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"

Writing for nonfiction programming
Alex Gibney, "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief "

Directing for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Cinematography for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Picture editing for nonfiction programming
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Sound editing for nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Sound mixing for nonfiction programming (single or multi-camera)
"Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief"


Ladies and gentlemen, this is what's known as a "sweep". Absolutely fantastic, Alex, participants and technicians. You are legends!

http://www.latimes.com/entertainmen...-2015-list-nominees-winners-story.html#page=3

Gibney pulled it in.
 

Purple Rain

Crusader
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison Of Belief" = 7

cult of scn = minus infinity

Tip to OSA, turning that stat graph upside down really does looks good -and those antics fit you.

"B-but, Sir! You're just looking at it wrong..." Lololololol!!
 
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