Ken and Yvonne Schick Resignation

NonScio

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I did a Google search on Ken and Yvonne Schick and was suprised
to see that she ran (Libertarian ticket) for the U.S. Senate
from Texas in the 2008 election. Reading her campaign bio
gives no indication of her affiliation with the cult of scientology
at that time.

I am a bit curious....does anyone have any background on this?
Was she influenced in any way by the cult to run for the seat
or was it her own inititive? How did she do in the race?
Were Texas cult members ordered to assist the campaign
either openly or covertly?

I listened to some of her Youtube Interview; I tend to agree with
many of her Libertarian views...I didn't hear her mention the
cult at all...but she certainly was "outed" in many of the viewer
comments.

http://www.yvonneschick.com/
 

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Holy Moley, I am a Tansyist!!! :ohmy:

This is altogether too close to Tarvuism for my sensibilities! :melodramatic:

Once you've gone Tansyism, Can Tarvuism be far behind??? I'm going to get a handle on myself...

*Sweetness takes her case of the vapors off to the nearest brewpub*

Oh God, I seem to be a Tansyist too! :melodramatic:

Ax, that was very clever! :laugh:
 
Well, Look At That!!!

I seldom agree with Mr Baker but I believe I agree with the majority of his sentiments expressed here.
The facts of this as I see them are:
Mike Laws received an email from his friends, Ken and Yvonne.
Mike got OK from them to post it here (having known Mike since the early 80s I doubt he would've omitted this step - he does hint that he did)
Marty also posts the Schick's email on his blog
Mike's action in spreading some good news about his friends IRL became (to some) another "piece of the M & M Show" and so this whole argument started about whether "free speech" is being impeded by asking for simple manners.

Have I missed anything important?

Curious as I find myself frequently in at least a partial agreement with your remarks.
Mark A. Baker :)

Ye gods and little fishes...we have harmonic convergence, right here on this thread!!! :thumbsup: :happydance:

DOUBLE RAINBOW!!! :D :congratulations:
 
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Note that not only Scooter and Mark, but Mark and Zinjifar are convergent.

It's an evil omen possibly.

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If it was Kool-Aid in the glass…

CoS Scientologists look at their glasses and wait to be told what to think about them. When told that it is a marvellous new formula that will make planetary clearing a reality, they cheer wildly and start donating supplies to the local schools.

Miscavologists look suspiciously at the glass before making their assistant taste it for poison. Then they throw their assistant in The Hole for drinking from their glass and claiming that it was half gone before they even got there.

Independents blame the evil dictator Miscavige for taking half of their Kool-Aid and then drink the rest.

Freezoners disagree over how the Kool-Aid should be served. They all have a fight and go off and make up their own flavours.

Terrilists drink it in order not to offend their hosts, but wish they could get a decent pint of real beer instead.

Zinjifarians look incredulous, refuse to even taste it and launch into a diatribe on how the inventor was a madman and a con artist.

Mickists throw it in the face of the f**king b**tards who tried to make them drink this p**s. W**kers!

Axiomists look disdainfully at the drink, declare that it isn’t their favourite brand and refuse to drink any. And besides, the glass was dirty.

Tansyists look at the glass thoughtfully before launching into a philosophical discussion about the brewing of real beer and how this is indicative of a spiritual existence. After a couple of hours they get thirsty and go down the pub for a couple of pints of real beer.

Emmaists put a fluffy pink hat on the glass, slip in a double shot of rum and pretend it’s a cocktail.

Hoaxists look at the proffered drink with amusement before launching into a witty and inventive monologue on the inadequacies of the drink and then take a swig of 12-year old single malt from their hip flask.

GTists offer to show their b**bs in exchange for something with some alcohol in it. The stronger the better.

DOFists pour the drink into a container for chemical analysis and go and get a cup of cocoa instead.

Fluffyists take the drink but never get around to drinking it because they are too busy posting to one of a dozen forums on their iPhone.

Alanzoists tell everyone that the quantity of fluid in the glass isn’t important. It’s the person holding the glass who should be the centre of attention. But only if he is wearing an armadillo suit.

Ax

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I told you I was trouble

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If it was Kool-Aid in the glass…

CoS Scientologists look at their glasses and wait to be told what to think about them. When told that it is a marvellous new formula that will make planetary clearing a reality, they cheer wildly and start donating supplies to the local schools.

Miscavologists look suspiciously at the glass before making their assistant taste it for poison. Then they throw their assistant in The Hole for drinking from their glass and claiming that it was half gone before they even got there.

Independents blame the evil dictator Miscavige for taking half of their Kool-Aid and then drink the rest.

Freezoners disagree over how the Kool-Aid should be served. They all have a fight and go off and make up their own flavours.

Terrilists drink it in order not to offend their hosts, but wish they could get a decent pint of real beer instead.

Zinjifarians look incredulous, refuse to even taste it and launch into a diatribe on how the inventor was a madman and a con artist.

Mickists throw it in the face of the f**king b**tards who tried to make them drink this p**s. W**kers!

Axiomists look disdainfully at the drink, declare that it isn’t their favourite brand and refuse to drink any. And besides, the glass was dirty.

Tansyists look at the glass thoughtfully before launching into a philosophical discussion about the brewing of real beer and how this is indicative of a spiritual existence. After a couple of hours they get thirsty and go down the pub for a couple of pints of real beer.

Emmaists put a fluffy pink hat on the glass, slip in a double shot of rum and pretend it’s a cocktail.

Hoaxists look at the proffered drink with amusement before launching into a witty and inventive monologue on the inadequacies of the drink and then take a swig of 12-year old single malt from their hip flask.

GTists offer to show their b**bs in exchange for something with some alcohol in it. The stronger the better.

DOFists pour the drink into a container for chemical analysis and go and get a cup of cocoa instead.

Fluffyists take the drink but never get around to drinking it because they are too busy posting to one of a dozen forums on their iPhone.

Alanzoists tell everyone that the quantity of fluid in the glass isn’t important. It’s the person holding the glass who should be the centre of attention. But only if he is wearing an armadillo suit.

Ax


:lol::lol::lol:

I'm panicking here, I am a cross between a Mickists and an Emmaists ... it really just depends on what day it is.


:nervous:
 
Well, this is the keystone of all good therapy..."Know Thyself!" :giggle:

Now, if Mick said he was an Emmaist and Emma said she was a Mickist...THEN I would worry. :thumbsup:

Of course, this was after an attitude adjustment with a little liquid therapy, myself. :beer:

They say beer is good for the bones. Also that beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. :D
 
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