According to the board definition, AM, and excepting the 'never been ins' & lurking 'currently in good standing', the rest of us are ALL ex's whatsoever may be our individual attitudes about specific aspects of the subject. Mark A. Baker
oh. Can't really think with that definition.
I think the original poster should state his definition.
Can you add to your original post that there are Ex Scientologists here, too?
I, for one, don't want to feel left out
Which are as follows:
#1. Real Scientologists that pretend to not exist, as being real Scientologists.
#2. Real Scientologists that are not yet aware, of being real Scientologists.
#3. Real Scientologists that wish, they were not real Scientologists.
#4. Real Scientologists that are real, Scientologists.
#5. Real Ex-Scientologists that pretend to not exist, as being real Ex-Scientologists. (think lingering fear, courtesy of implants)
#6. Real Ex-Scientologists that are not yet aware, of being real Ex-Scientologists. (think lingering doubt, of the scientology variety).
#7. Real Ex-Scientologists that wish they were not, real Ex-Scientologists. (think Marty's blog as a benevolent-desperate-support system, for these).
#8. Real Ex-Scientologists that are real Ex-Scientologists. (think ESMB, side by side with members of numbers 1 through 7 above).
Rights? On the Internet? For lurkers?
Man, somebody has way TOO MUCH time on his or her hands. You actually daydream about such things?
Shall we form a committee and create a "constitution" and ENFORCE it on everyone (or else)?
Pretty soon the lawyers will jump on it and will be suing each other for "offending" top posters on some discussion board!
Discussion boards are free-for-alls, pretty much (except in crazy intensely monitored discussion areas, which it seems DO HAVE SOME SORT OF NUTTY ARBITRARY RULES).
Lawdy, it is liberalism gone insane! Rights for everybody about anything!