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666 2CN advocates Scientology?

By johnboy - 17 October 2005 32

I just heard the most amazing free kick for Scientology on ABC radio.

If you believe Andrea, and her interviewee, signing your life away to scientology will make you a better, smarter person with more friends.

Canberra watchers know Andrea Close considers herself a local celebrity but doesn’t one have to get to the Tom Cruise level before shilling for the Scientologists is “cool”?

What’s Your opinion?


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johnboy 7:17 pm 14 Nov 05

Hey Cyrus,

Nearly a month passed between the post going up and you choosing to comment.

So, seeing as we’ve never seen you before, you’ll have to forgive us for thinking you’re here on a PR mission.

badly executed with your gibberish, and not a great advertisement for mind clearing techniques, but a shill is a shill nonetheless.

So why don’t you take the collected works of L Ron Hubbard, soak ’em in hot glue, roll them in broken glass, and put them where the sun don’t shine?

Before someone does it for you.

LurkerGal 4:19 pm 14 Nov 05

Mael, you are a veritable wealth of information! I’m very impressed!

Maelinar 1:57 pm 14 Nov 05

BASIC APPLE PIE RECIPE
8 servings
This is my mom’s recipe for apple pie (I’ve even successfully made it a few times!) You can make the crust or you can use a premade one.
CRUST (recipe makes one double crust):
2 1/2 cups white flour
2 tbsp. sugar
1 Scientologist
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 cup cold butter, broken into small pieces
5 tbsp. cold vegetable shortening
8 tbsp. ice water
Measure the flour, sugar and salt togetherl. Stir to combine.
Add the chilled butter pieces and shortening to the bowl. Cut them in with a pastry cutter or knife. Don’t over mix them.
Add the ice water. Mix until the dough holds together (add a bit more water, if necessary).
Turn the dough onto a lightly floured surface, knead it together, then divide in half.
Flatten each half into a disk, wrap in saran wrap and chill for at least half an hour.
Roll out one of the disks on a lightly floured surface until you have a circle that’s about 12 inches in diameter.
Put the circle in a 9″ pie plate, trimming any extra dough from the edges with a sharp knife (parents only). Return it to the refrigerator until you are ready to make the pie.
Add filling (see below)
Burn the Scientologist but keep separate from the apple pie mix
Roll out the second ball of dough and cover top. Use a fork or your fingers to pinch the edges together. cut a couple slits in the top.
FILLING
1/3 to 2/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Pinch of salt
8 medium sized apples (a medium apple = about 1 cup)
2 tablespoons margarine
Heat oven to 425 degrees. (see note ref scientologist in crust – remember to keep separate)
Peel, core and slice the apples. Try to keep the size of the slices even.
Mix sugar, flour, nutmeg, cinnamon, and salt in large bowl.
Stir in apples.
Pour into pastry-lined pie plate.
Dot with margarine.
Cover with top crust and seal the edges. Cut slits in the top.
OPTIONAL: Cover edge with 3-inch strip of aluminum foil to prevent too much browning.
Remove foil during last 15 minutes of baking.

Bake 40 to 50 minutes or until crust is brown and juice begins to bubble through slits in crust.

Keep Scientologist separate from the pie mix at all times, burning them was just for fun.

Thumper 11:22 am 14 Nov 05

“Anyone who has had homemade apple pie with ice cream will tell you that”

Yeah, I understand that totally….

So you’re into scientology. Fine, but don’t bother me with it.

So you’ve saved some smackheads. Excellent, I applaud you for it.

Your post is still rambling and without any real sense.

Maelinar 10:55 am 14 Nov 05

I worked out you’re nuts from the above 4 sentences. Since my lunch is in my left hand and I’m typing with my right, I’m not going to go into it. (yes I am aware that it is 11:00)

cyrus 10:17 am 14 Nov 05

My best friend in youth was Christian, a great drummer too. Garage band was tops. Another friend of mine was agnostic or atheist, not sure which, and he saved my life (and I his), quite literally. I am a Scientologist, and I work in the field of helping youth against drug addiction. I’ve saved the life of 2 heroin users (adults), just between two offices I was working at. It is so easy to generalize about people, but why bother? Every group on this Earth has it’s sour apples, but they’re not all bad. Anyone who has had homemade apple pie with ice cream will tell you that.

Mr Evil 4:57 pm 19 Oct 05

And we all know what Hell would be like: an eternity of watching Ray Martin hosting ACA!

simto 4:50 pm 19 Oct 05

Well, what was Kerry going to say? “I’ve been to the other side, and it looks like I’m in for an eternity on the bottom layers of hell”?

Mr Evil 4:40 pm 19 Oct 05

Yeah, but Packer was probably only complaining because there wasn’t a casino on the other side!

bonfire 10:28 am 19 Oct 05

all religions prey on the uncertainties we experience in every day life.

what happens when we die ? i have an answer.
why did the floods come ? i have an answer
will we win that war ? pray and we will.
why did we lose ? you didnt pray hard enough.

fortunately the reformation started to role back insidious grips on govts that roman catholocisim had, then of course the enlightenment and the flowering of true democracies.

interestingly, some countries that are very religious have had great battles with the church. portugal had a revolution in the 19th c where the church aligned itself with one side. after it lost, all its propertys were seized by the state and redistributed. monasteries and seminaries were closed. after about 40 something years, they were let back in but to this day the portuguese govt has the vatican sign an agreement on its activities within the country.

im not anti catholic, as much as i am anti organised religion. i dont care what you believe in, as long as it doesnt stop me from believeing what i want.

theres nothing wrong with faith, but prosletysing shits me. im happy youre happy but leave me alone. and if you believe in science and logic, as i do, then welcome to the real world.

as kerry packer said ‘i’ve been to the other side and theres nothing there’.

Maelinar 8:51 am 19 Oct 05

But JB, so does the catholic church but in a much more we’ve been doing this for the last 600 years and know how to strip it off you gently kind of way.

To be quite frank a bunch of blokes all dressed in black telling you what to do in any kind of language is a bit strange. Oh wait, that was the Catholic Church again…

Anyway, religion is for softheads. Jesus would have been much more popular if he turned the water into beer.

johnboy 12:14 am 19 Oct 05

All religions are not equal.

Much as all bacteria are not.

Scientology wants your money more than your soul and as such is very dangerous.

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